April 14, 2016
Still, Tebow, who has floated among NFL teams but never landed a permanent job, has fans in Washington.
“Just because your quarterback career in the NFL doesn’t pan out it doesn’t mean you can’t have a successful career in politics – just ask Heath Shuler. So if this is something he’s interested in pursuing, Tebow would certainly be a strong contender for this seat with his high name ID and reputation for hard work and strong values,” said Brian Walsh, a GOP advisor and strategist.
“Like his career with the Denver Broncos, the primary game is going be extremely competitive so Tebow may have to once again come from behind late in the 4th quarter in order to pull this off. If he were to become the Republican nominee, he would be a shoo-in because it is a safe Republican seat,” added communications strategist Ron Bonjean.Read the Examiner article