NFL free agent quarterback Tim Tebow has not been able to get back on a roster since being released by the New England Patriots earlier this year, but that has not kept him out of the news, as a golf pro has claimed responsibility for ads asking the Jacksonville Jaguars should sign Tebow, while in a bit of old news, Tebow and his ex-Camilla Belle avoided each other at a party last month.
The revelation about the ads in Jacksonville came to light after the media asked the Florida Times-Union about them and after getting permission, it was revealed to be a former golf pro named Dewey Arnette that was the man behind it. The news about the party comes from Halloween and it got a bit buried under things here at SWR, so we are bringing it back for all the Tebow lovers out there. According to Us Weekly, the two stars were at a party for Halloween last month in Los Angeles and reports said that the two did not speak or have any interactions with each other, even when they were close together.
The report from the Just Jared Pre-Halloween Party Sponsored by FIJI Water and WONKA Candy from Us Weekly also said that the two did not speak at all at the event and they did not even stay on the same side of the room as each other and did not make any eye contact with each other either. The two broke up last year and clearly there is some bad blood or awkwardness between the two, as they didn't even acknowledge each other at all at the party. The report says Tebow came with his "boys" while Belle was there with "some girlfriends" and when Tebow finally left, a source at the party said that Belle started to circulate more and he said that he speculated some "weird tension" between the two.
The two broke up last December after a couple months of dating and the reports said that it just did not work out between the two. Tebow of course is a big Christian and a virgin and that may have played a part, but either way, there was some weirdness going on between the two. Tebow has not been able to find employment since getting released by the Patriots and now there are reports that he could end up working on television as a college football analyst, as he hired an agent from CAA and could make that move.
Arnette said that he wasn't looking for publicity about the Tebow ads, but that he knew many people in the area felt the same way. The report says that he spent over $1,000 on the ads, which asked Shad Khan the owner, to sign Tebow, saying that fans would "fill the stadium" if he did so.