Is Tim Tebow gonna Lick It Up with the LA KISS?
Well, if rock-and-roll legends Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have it their way, he will be joining their new Arena Football League team. According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, the L.A. KISS have offered Tebow a three-year contract:
Stanley indicated his excitement about the potential signing in a press release, via Nate Davis of USA Today:
As incredible as Tebow playing for the KISS would be for sports media, it just doesn’t seem very likely. Back in May, Mike Garafolo of USA Today reported that Tebow was not prepared to accept an offer from an AFL team—or even a Canadian Football League team, for that matter.
Tebow all but confirmed that notion upon being cut loose by the Pats, making it abundantly clear on Twitter that he is not done chasing his dream of being an NFL quarterback.
Based on how poorly Tebow performed during the preseason, though, playing a year in another league may be a viable option. After all, there is little doubt that the KISS will start Tebow and give him every opportunity to succeed.
After damaging stints with the Patriots and New York Jets, Tebow needs to show talent evaluators that he can still get the job done. The AFL is a far cry from the NFL, but many players—including two-time NFL MVP Kurt Warner— have successfully made the jump from the Arena League to the NFL.
Despite that, Tebow appears to be set in his ways. Perhaps that will ultimately prove to be a good thing, though, since he doesn’t seem like the type of guy who likes to rock and roll all night and party every day.
The above article was found on the BleacherReport