Tim Tebow might not be playing football, but he’s still talking about it in his new job with the SEC Network.
The former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner was recently hired as a college football analyst for ESPN’s SEC Network.
Tebow will be part of the SEC Nation pregame show and will be traveling to a different college campus each week once the channel launches in August.
According to ESPN, the former player’s multiyear deal will not preclude him from pursuing any opportunities with the NFL. Tebow was cut by the New England Patriots in August and did not play in the NFL in 2013.
Tebow won the Heisman in 2007 and won two national championships with the Florida Gators. He took the Denver Broncos to a playoff win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but Denver traded him to the New York Jets who cut him in April of last year.
Tebow’s ESPN debut will occur on January 6 during pregame coverage of the BSC championship game.