Tim Tebow Net Worth
$5 Million dollars
Tim Tebow Bio
|Timothy Richard Tebow
|Date of Birth
|August 14, 1987 (age 36)
|American Football Player, American Sports Broadcaster
|Robert Ramsey Tebow II (Father)
Pamela Elaine Tebow (Mother)
|Denver Broncos (2010-2011)
New York Jets (2012)
New England Patriots (2013)
Philadelphia Eagles (2015)
Jacksonville Jaguars (2021)
How much is Tim Tebow net worth?
Tim Tebow is a retired famous American professional football quarterback. Tim Tebow net worth is $5 million.
After an outstanding college career at the University of Florida, Tim Tebow played just three seasons in the NFL, with the Denver Broncos two seasons and with the NY Jets one season.
He also had sessions with the New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Philadelphia Eagles and switched his position later to tight end in an effort to lengthen his career. Tim Tebow was elected in 2023 into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Tebow became a co-owner of ECHL hockey expansion team in July 2023 to be based in Lake Tahoe. Previously, he was a minor owner in the Savannah Ghost Pirates and Jacksonville Icemen.
Tim made just under $10 million in total salary during his NFL period. Tim made another $4.1 million during his journey with the Eagles. He made a grand total of eight passes as an Eagle. To make it easy to understand for you, he earned $512,500 PER PASS.
Timothy Richard Tebow aka Tim Tebow was born in Makati, Philippines on August 14, 1987. His parents were Baptist missionaries. They went to the Philippines to in order to build their own ministry.
When Tim was just three years old, his family moved to Jacksonville, Florida. He is the youngest of total five children and all children were homeschooled by their parents.
He was permitted to play on the football team named Trinity Christian Academy despite not being enrolled and later went to Nease High School. He won the title of Florida’s Player of the Year and led his team to a state title.
Tebow studied in the University of Florida and he played college football for the Gators. In 2007, he took home the Heisman Trophy and during 2006-2008 seasons, he appeared on BCS National Championship-winning teams.
After having one of the outstanding college football careers ever, Tebow was selected in the first round by the Denver Broncos in the 2010 NFL Draft. When he was a member of the Denver Broncos, Tim played the last three games of his rookie season and beginning in the sixth game of 2011, Tim became the full-time starting quarterback for his team.
Before he became the starter, the Broncos were 1-4, but started winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in fourth quarter, until they became victorious in their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime.
During the offseason, Tim was traded to the New York Jets after the Broncos got free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning. Tim received little time to play for the Jets. The Jets released Tim after drafting quarterback Geno Smith on April 29, 2013.
He signed a non-guaranteed contract of two years on June 11, 2013 with New England, before being left from the team on August 31, 2013.
Tebow became known publicly for his believe in God by dropping to one knee while making a pose that looked much similar to Auguste Rodin’s bronze sculpture called “The Thinker” after his excellent performance in the game.
The genuflecting signature move became famous as “Tebowing” and started to be mimicked throughout the country. The starting of the phrase came from his fan Jared Kleinstein, who posted his photo with all of his friends on Facebook mimicking the stance.
Kleinstein also created a website showing photos submitted by many people around the world showing their own style of Tebowing. The website had 20,000 photo submissions and an amazing 20 million page views just after two months. Tebow trademarked the name legally.
Tebow joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015 to compete for their third-string job as quarterback.
After the preseason, he was released. In 2021, he attempted a comeback to the NFL when he joined with coach Urban Meyer and worked out for the Jacksonville Jaguars as a tight end. He was released again before the regular season.
He was hired by ESPN on December 30, 2013 as a college football analyst. Tebow signed a multi-year extension in 2017 with ESPN that allowed him to proceed with his baseball career.
Tebow announced in the early August 2016 that he wish to pursue a career in pro baseball and at the end of August, he invited 30 Major League teams to his open tryout.
Since his junior year in high school, he had not played baseball full-time. He was an all-state player that time. It was attended by 40 MLB scouts and he participated in the Mets Instructional League later.
He hit a home run on the first pitch. Tebow joined hands with the Scottsdale Scorpions. He was invited to Major League camp with the Mets in 2018 and they promoted him to Double-A team.
After this, he joined hands with the Syracuse Mets of the Class AAA International League. Over a six-game stretch, Tebow hit three home runs but he had to miss the remainder of the 2019 season because of a pinky finger injury.
Tebow announced that he had accepted to play for the Philippines national baseball team in February 2020. He hit first major league spring training home run in the year 2020 also, a two-run homer against the Detroit Tigers. Tim Tebow got retired officially from baseball in February 2021.
In January 2019, Tebow got engaged to South African model and Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters. They were married after a year on January 20, 2020 in South Africa.
Tebow is well-known for his outspoken Christian beliefs. He even spent summers as a teenager working in the Philippines at his parents’ ministry, preaching at villages and schools and assisting with medical care.
Tim Tebow supports 40 national evangelists financially working in the nation. Tim has shared his Christian faith by preaching in prisons, schools and youth groups all across America.
Tim is a vocal advocate for faith-based abstinence. He is also a group leader for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Tebow created a foundation during his college time with a purpose to give back to others. He along with some of his fellows created First and 15 at the University of Florida, which raised funds for an orphanage founded by his father’s ministry.
Tim has also raised money for Shands Hospital Pediatric Cancer Center in Gainesville and a fun trip to Disney for disadvantaged children. Tebow became the founder of the Tim Tebow Foundation in January 2010.
The foundation announced plans to build a children’s hospital in the Philippines in 2011. The Tebow CURE hospital opened in 2014 in Davao City and it specializes in orthopedics.
The project cost was around $3 million and came from donations from the Tebow Foundation and CURE. The foundation also organize an event named “Night to Shine”, that holds a prom for disabled teens.
This is for disabled teens to have a safe place to attend prom. Tebow was designated as Great Floridian by Governor Rick Scott for his huge contributions to the welfare and progress of Floridians.