Tim Tebow went on Atlanta’s 790 The Zone to discuss football life on and off the field. In the radio interview, he talked about how he handles the responsibility of being a professional football player, how his parents are proud of him for the man that he’s become, how close he came to playing for the University of Alabama, what he’s been doing this offseason to get ready for his second year in the league, and his personal relationship with John Elway.
If he understands why some people are tired of the Tim Tebow mania all the time:
“I definitely understand that, and people are entitled to their own opinion. I just try to when I meet someone, or when I come in contact with someone, to always leave a better impression than before I got there. Honestly, that’s something that drives me because I want to be genuine, I want to be real, I want to tell people listen, I’m trying to do it the right way, I’m trying to go out there and reach my goals but you know what, I stumble, I make mistakes, I’m not perfect. And when they realize that you’re real but you’re trying hard to get better every day, you’re trying to accomplish your dreams, and you’re trying to uplift everyone around you, hopefully they can respect you for that.”
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