Tim Tebow Gets Job As Co-Host On ESPN’s ‘First-Take’

Another day, another new job for Tim Tebow.

The former NFL QB turned aspiring Major League Baseball player turned failed NFL tight end is now onto a new venture, and that involves debating Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s hit show ‘First-Take’.

The network announced changes to the show, diverting from the long-standing model of two permanent hosts and moving to Stephen A. debating a carousel of co-hosts, which on Friday, will be Tebow. Instead of two daily debaters, Smith will be joined by a rotating cast of characters.

On other days, Smith and host Molly Qerim Rose will be joined by a wide variety of contributors: “Paul Finebaum, Keyshawn Johnson, Mina Kimes, Kimberley A. Martin, Monica McNutt, Jessica Mendoza, Chiney Ogwumike, Dan Orlovsky, Kendrick Perkins, Marcus Spears, Brian Windhorst, Damien Woody and many more.”


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