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Tim Tebow Signs Minor League Contract with New York Mets
Tim Tebow Signs Minor League Contract with New York Mets
Tim Tebow has signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets. The Mets announced Thursday that the former quarterback will take part in the Instructional League in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The 29-year-old aspiring outfielder went through drills at the University of Southern California's field last week in front of dozens of major league scouts and reporters...
Tim Tebow Comforts Family When Man Has Apparent Heart Attack
Tim Tebow Comforts Family When Man Has Apparent Heart Attack
When a man suffered an apparent heart attack on a flight from Atlanta to Phoenix, Tim Tebow emerged from the first-class section and helped comfort his family. Erik Dellenbach, executive director of the Tim Tebow Foundation, tells the Florida Times-Union that the former NFL quarterback prayed with the family and other passengers after the medical emergency on the Sunday night flight...
Statistically Speaking: Where Derrick Henry Ranks in Alabama, SEC Record Books
Statistically Speaking: Where Derrick Henry Ranks in Alabama, SEC Record Books
Glendale, Ariz. – If Monday night’s win was Derrick Henry’s final game at Alabama, he made sure to leave his mark before his departure. Though Henry said after the Crimson Tide’s 45-40 victory over Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship that he hasn’t yet made a decision about next season, it’s expected that the junior running back will declare for the 2016 NFL Draft... Read
Derrick Henry Becomes First 2,000-Yard Rusher in SEC History, 19th in FBS History
Derrick Henry Becomes First 2,000-Yard Rusher in SEC History, 19th in FBS History
Even after winning the Heisman Trophy, Derrick Henry hasn’t finished adding to his resume. During Saturday’s 38-0 College Football Playoff semifinals win over Michigan State, the Alabama junior running back became the first SEC player to reach the 2,000-yard mark rushing in a single season and just the 19th all-time in FBS history...

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