A Timeline Of Tim Tebow's Tumultuous Career

We like Tim Tebow, but keeping a steady job has been difficult for the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner.
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A Timeline Of Tim Tebow's Tumultuous Career

Poor Tim Tebow.

The Heisman Trophy winner has been dropped from another NFL team: the Philadelphia Eagles. 

People seem to like Tim Tebow a lot, but he's had trouble holding down a steady job.

After an extremely impressive college career...

...he was drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos in 2010.

"Thank you so much, I appreciate it," Tebow told the Broncos after being drafted. 

And he did pretty well in Denver... 

But after the Broncos got this guy (PEYTON MANNING), Tebow got traded. 

Tebow took it pretty well... 

"I'm so excited about being a Jet," the quarterback said. He actually said "excited" more than 40 times in his first press conference. 

The excitement only lasted a year.

"After one year in New York, the Tim Tebow experiment is thankfully over!" Huffington Post said of the news. 

But the Patriots snatched him up! You go, Tim Tebow! 

But sacked him before the regular season. (Get it?) 

He took a little break from the gridiron. And after all that who wouldn't? 

"And we welcome our newest college football analyst, Tim Tebow. Welcome to the ESPN family. Off to a great start isn't he? I mean look at this," ESPN's Joe Tessitore said in Tebow's first stint with ESPN

"Our newest contributor, we're going to welcome him out right now! Come on out Tim," Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos said on Tebow's first day with ABC. 

In 2015, he was picked up by the Eagles and well, we all know how that went. So much for "brotherly love." 

But Tebow seems unbothered. Classy. 

This video includes images from Getty Images. 

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