Tim Tebow on the sidelines in September 2005 -- his senior year at Nease High School.
Tebow scores a touchdown for Nease in a September 2005 game against Palatka High School.
Tebow scores one of five touchdowns against Seffner Armwood in the 2005 state title game.
Tebow celebrates with a teammate after Nease wins the 2005 State Championship.
December 2006: Tebow celebrating Christmas with his family.
Tebow family photos.
Signing Day, December 13, 2005: Tim Tebow announces he will play for Florida.
The quarterback's first snap as a Gator: Sept. 2, 2006 vs. Southern Miss.
December 8, 2007: Tebow becomes first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy.
Tebow breaks Herschel Walker's all-time SEC touchdown record in a game against Georgia, Oct. 31, 2009.
Tebow's on Senior Day in the Swamp, his final game as a Gator vs. FSU on Nov. 29, 2009.
Tebow is mobbed at Avenues Mall on March 6 during his first appearance in Jacksonville before the NFL draft.
NFL head coaches, general managers and scouts watched Tim Tebow thow about 50 passes in about 20 minutes.
Many in the crowd at Florida Field on Wednesday were lobbying for the Jaguars to draft Tim Tebow.
Tim Tebow sports the official Broncos logo on a hat the night he was drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos in the 2010 draft.
Tim Tebow is introduced at a Denver Broncos news conference.
Tebow addresses the media at his first news conference as a Denver Bronco.
Tebow led the Denver Broncos to the playoffs and a first-round victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011.
Tebow held a news conference in New York after being traded to the Jets in 2012.
Tebow rarely saw the field in New York and was cut by the Jets in April.
Tim Tebow works out Tuesday on the first day of the New England Patriots' mini-camp.
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