It seems as though Tim Tebow’s shot at a second NFL profession has reached a conclusion. The previous football star, who looked for a re-visitation of the game following a six-year break, was delivered by the Jacksonville Jaguars, the group reported on Tuesday morning.

Tebow, 34, reacted to the group’s choice in a progression of tweets.

“Grateful for the highs and surprisingly the lows, the chances, and the misfortunes. I’ve never needed to settle on choices out of dread of disappointment and I’m appreciative for the opportunity to have sought after a fantasy,” he composed. “Much obliged to you to the @Jaguars association and every individual who has upheld me in this excursion.”

Tebow closed his posts with a Bible refrain, “And we realize that… God works everything together for great. Romans 8:28”

The tight end momentarily played in the Jags’ first preseason game against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday.

Tebow rose to acclaim over 10 years prior, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2007 and driving the University of Florida to two public title titles while he was the quarterback for the Gators.

The Denver Broncos drafted him in the first round (25th generally) in 2010. Subsequent to investing energy with the Broncos, the New York Jets and the New England Patriots, he wound up with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015 however was cut toward the finish of instructional course.

He then, at that point sought after a profession in baseball, joining the lower levels in 2016 and making it right to the triple-A group of the New York Mets. Tebow reported his retirement from the association recently.

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