Tim Tebow's retirement from professional football may not be lasting too long.
The former Denver Broncos quarterback tweeted out earlier a picture of himself going through throwing practice along with the tagline "Awesome to be back at D1Sports for a great day of throwing and training."
Tebow is currently employed by ESPN and will be a television analyst on SEC games when the college football season kicks off in August. But could he be involved with NFL training at the same time as well?
Tebow is obviously very hopeful of a return to the NFL and not many retired quarterbacks go through passing drills once they have left the game.
The 26-year old came into the league as a first round draft pick and former Heisman Award winner from him time with the Florida Gators. But he was quickly found out as an awful passer in the league and his career as a starting QB was over in Mile High Stadium after just two seasons.
He hasn't been playing for an NFL side since going to a training camp with the New England Patriots as an off-season player before being cut after a failed spell.
But could he be set for a return? We'll have to wait and find out...
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