Tim Tebow news: Tebow rumored to return with Broncos; Passing of 'Tim Tebow Act' looking bleak


Free agent quarterback Tim Tebow is rumored to be making a return to the Denver Broncos.

In a report by Danny Cox for the Inquistr, the said rumors began swirling upon the retirement of Peyton Manning and the departure of Brock Osweiler for the Houston Texans.

Cox’s report adds that with Manning’s retirement, most people thought that Osweiler would remain with the Broncos, but his sudden departure from them has left the team without a quarterback. In a tweet by NFL Insider for ESPN Adam Schefter, the Texans have reportedly offered Osweiler a four-year deal amounting to $72 million.

Another source of speculation was a recent sighting of Tebow with the Broncos. In another tweet posted by Jarrett Samuels, Tebow was seen ‘playing catch’ with the Broncos at the parking lot on Thursday.

The Denver Broncos is not the only team that has been involved in rumors about Tebow’s return. Cox also noted that the Dallas Cowboys is another team that has seemingly shown interest for the 28-year-old American football player.

“As of now, there is no real word on Tim Tebow heading back to lead the Denver Broncos as their starting quarterback. There are some other options out there that John Elway and the Broncos’ brass could look at before making their decision,” an excerpt of Cox’s report reads.

Meanwhile, the chances for the “Tim Tebow Act” to be passed this year are looking bleak.

In a report by Carrie Hodousek for the West Virginia Metro News, Lewisburg pediatrician Heather Clawges is not optimistic that the said bill will be passed, given that it is only days away until the Regular Legislative Session, and the said bill remains pending in the House Education Committee.

The Tim Tebow Act aims to give home-schooled students access to sports and other various extracurricular activities at public schools, as well as some private institutions.