It seems that Tim Tebow has finally given up the dream of reclaiming his status as an NFL quarterback, but he's apparently not ready to close the book on being a professional athlete just yet.
Tebow, who turns 29 years old on Sunday, is now aiming to start a professional baseball career and will hold a workout for MLB teams later this month, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. The former QB has been training for much of the past year to work on his skills as an outfielder.
As a high school junior, Tebow hit .494 with four home runs and captured the attention of scouts, with representatives from the Angels since saying they had hoped to draft him.
Source - Fox Sports