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Some people like to have the last word. Others, the first.
Tim Tebow will take both, thankyouverymuch.
The media magnet has already turned down many-a-network appearance offer in the 18 days since the Denver Broncos were eliminated from the playoffs (yes, it’s only been that long). He’d been offered to sit-in with the NFL on CBS Crew during Championship Weekend, Saturday Night Live was rumored to have invited him to host (he’s already sorta done the cameo thing), and there are Dancing with the Stars contestants publicly vying for him to join the cast.
No, Tebow has mostly been staying in Denver, but that won’t keep him from making a few television stops this week.
Tonight, Tebow will appear on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (12:35/11:35 CT) as the show broadcasts from the site of Super Bowl XLVI, Indianapolis. On Friday, ESPN 2 assistants will be closely monitoring Skip Bayless‘s vitals as the quarterback visits his biggest media fan on First Take (10 a.m. ET).
Set your TiVo’s, Tebowmania is about to invade your television yet again.
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