Tim Tebow Just Got A Second Chance At His Dream Job

Tim Tebow is reportedly heading back to the NFL.

It has been nearly a decade since Tebow, who is married to former Miss Universe and model Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters (via ET), last played with the New York Jets. Nothing is set in stone yet, but it seems likely that the former quarterback, who also played football for the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, is set to re-enter the league as a tight end for the Jacksonville Jaguars (via the New York Post).

The report comes from NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, who shared the news on Twitter. "The [Jaguars] are planning to sign QB-turned-TE Tim Tebow to a 1-year deal, per me and [Tom Pelissero], a deal that could be official in the next week or so," he wrote. "Nothing done yet. But he'll have a chance to make the team to reunite with his mentor and college head coach Urban Meyer."

Tim Tebow had a brief baseball career

As the New York Post reported, Tebow showed off his skills at a tryout after contacting the Jaguars before they allegedly made plans to sign him to their 2021-2022 season.

If Tebow does sign with the team, he'll be joining 2021 draft picks Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne Jr., both of whom came from Clemson as two of the school's best athletes. He'll also be reunited with the team's new coach, Urban Meyer, who he worked with during his time with the Florida Gators.

Earlier this month, during an interview with USA Today, Meyer said he and the Jaguars would "look into" signing Tebow if they thought he would be an asset to their team. However, at the time, he also added that the organization was "not there" yet.

Following his stint in 2012 with the New York Jets, Tebow pursued a career in baseball before retiring this past February.