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Via Terez Owens:
With Tim Tebow's miracle season ending a few weeks ago in New England, the Godly QB is now making the rounds on late night. He stopped by Jimmy Fallon's show to discuss the Tebowing phenomenon and pass along some critiques for Jimmy’s “Te-Bowie” character. He then went on to discuss some of the great charity work his foundation is doing before wrapping up his appearance by signing a jersey and firing it into the crowd with a t-shirt cannon. And in true Tebow fashion, the jersey fell about two feet short of its intended target (just kidding, Tim!).
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