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Your Moment of Tebowness: Tebow on soon becomming a millionaire

(Your Moment of Tebowness is SWRT's recurring feature on the cultural phenomenon that is His Tebowness. Everyone else is doing it, so why can't I?)  

Tim Tebow still hasn't signed his contract yet with the Denver Broncos, but it's sure to be for a lot of money. While the 25th pick in the NFL Draft won't get you the money Sam Bradford will be getting as the first pick, it will still be still be a lot of money for most Americans. Last year's 25th pick, cornerback  Vontae Davis, signed a five-year $10.5 million deal with Miami. His Tebowness will probably see a little more money than that.
Still,  His Tebowness looks at his future membership in the millionaire's club in a way you would expect from someone like him.

“Money really hasn’t meant anything to me and my family,” said Tebow, who grew up the son of missionaries. He proudly calls himself an MK: missionary kid. “Growing up, we really loved with little because we were often on missionaries.”

Still, Tebow is excited about the impact his salary can make.

“You do need money for the things I have planned,” he said. “To build orphanages and to help kids, you need money so I look forward to having that opportunity. … But I’m here for football not the money.”


And apparently to extend his reach beyond the football field. too. 

(via ESPN)


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(Your Moment of Tebowness is SWRT's recurring feature on the cultural phenomenon that is His Tebowness. Everyone else is doing it, so why can't I?)  

Tim Tebow still hasn't signed his contract yet with the Denver Broncos, but it's sure to be for a lot of money. While the 25th pick in the NFL Draft won't get you the money Sam Bradford will be getting as the first pick, it will still be still be a lot of money for most Americans. Last year's 25th pick, cornerback  Vontae Davis, signed a five-year $10.5 million deal with Miami. His Tebowness will probably see a little more money than that.
Still,  His Tebowness looks at his future membership in the millionaire's club in a way you would expect from someone like him.

“Money really hasn’t meant anything to me and my family,” said Tebow, who grew up the son of missionaries. He proudly calls himself an MK: missionary kid. “Growing up, we really loved with little because we were often on missionaries.”

Still, Tebow is excited about the impact his salary can make.

“You do need money for the things I have planned,” he said. “To build orphanages and to help kids, you need money so I look forward to having that opportunity. … But I’m here for football not the money.”


And apparently to extend his reach beyond the football field. too. 

(via ESPN)



Posted originally: 2010-06-28 15:31:00
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