Tim Tebow isn’t ruling out a possible return to professional football.
“If God opens the right door, then you walk down it,” he tells TheTVPage.com.
“If he doesn’t, then you just continue to find the right path that he has for you.”
Tebow, 28, played just a handful of seasons in the NFL — first as quarterback for the Denver Broncos and later for the New York Jets. He signed contracts with the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles, but saw almost no playing time.
Now, the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, has headed to Hollywood.
He was recently named host of the TV home building competition, HOME FREE, which premieres June 16 on Fox.
Tebow will share duties with home improvement expert Mike Holmes.
“I wanted to do Home Free because I felt like it’s something that families in America can watch together,” he says. “They can watch it, they can be entertained, but hopefully at the same time be inspired, and it’s something good that is uplifting for people to watch. I think that’s pretty cool.”
Tebow — who is equally well known for his religious beliefs as his athletic prowess — also recently appeared on the Spike network’s celebrity competition series, LIP SYNC BATTLE.
“I really enjoyed the LIP SYNC BATTLE because it’s super fun,” he says. “It’s outside my comfort zone.”
HOME FREE premieres Thursday, June 16 on Fox.
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