LOS ANGELES (AP) –The commotion of his whirlwind season has subsided, leaving Tim Tebow extra time to pursue one of his favorite things: trying to make a difference in others’ lives.
His target Monday was 100 kids at the Challengers Boys & Girls Club in south Los Angeles, some of whom knew who the Denver Broncos quarterback was and others who, somewhat surprisingly, didn’t.
During a question-and-answer session with the kids, one query in particular got the loudest reaction of all. Tebow was asked if he “has a thing” with pop singer Katy Perry.
“No, me and Katy Perry don’t have a thing, but she’s a very good artist,” he said, smiling.
Tebow’s female fans might be glad to hear there’s no special woman he’ll be sharing Valentine’s Day with on Tuesday.
“I’m single … ” he said, “but I’m doing just fine though. I’ll just be around my brothers and friends. We’ll just have a good time.”
Tebow squeezed in a quick haircut in the club’s mirrored aerobics room before his