Tim Tebow may have been out of the NFL for two seasons, but the former Denver Broncos quarterback still hasn't lost his religious belief during the testing period.
Earlier today, the 26-year old tweeted out a psalm to his 2.61 million followers on the social media site that said; "Where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth." Psalm 121:1-2 #thankful"
The post was retweeted a massive 2,669 times and favorited by an enormous 3,905 different accounts.
Tebow won the Heisman Award in 2007 and was selected in the first round of the NFL draft but has gone on to have an awful NFL career.
He has been without a team since the 2013 off-season when the New England Patriots brought him in on a two year deal with no guaranteed money where he hooked up with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels but was cut just two months later after an off-season performances where he threw for two touchdowns and interceptions in three games, was sacked multiple times and had an unsuccessful spell as a tight end.
Since then he was hired as a SEC college football analyst by ESPN where he worked the BCS National Championship Game between Florida State and Auburn.
Whilst it appears that he has retired from the professional game, it wouldn't be a shock to see him join up with an NFL side this summer to work in their practice squads for a while. And maybe his belief in Jesus and stuff will help him get there.
Improving his dodgy throwing mechanics would help as well.