John Elway said Tim’s the kind of guy he’d like his daughter to marry. Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said he’s a play maker, and all he’s ever done is win. Tom Brady said Tim’s a very talented football player and he enjoyed being around him. Robert Kraft, Patriots owner, said he loved him and very much wanted him on the team. Meanwhile, the NFL has been rocked by DUI’s, drug suspensions and domestic violence. So why can’t a clean living, hardworking, talented young athlete like Tim Tebow get a job there? How many times have you interviewed for what looked like the perfect position, only to walk away with an uneasy feeling? How often have you spoken with a job candidate who made you feel like the resume you were holding was for someone else? Whenever I feel unfairly passed over for an opportunity, I remind myself of Tim. Tebow, who just bought a mansion on a private lake in Jacksonville, is talking about how excited and blessed he is to be on ESPN and Good Morning America and remain closely involved with the game he loves. When you’re complete on the inside, the outside stuff has a way of working out.
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