Tim Tebow has one of the most familiar faces in American football. On September 9, the New York Daily News reported that Tebow has been extended an offer to play for the AFL's Los Angeles KISS in a 3-year deal. The team is owned by the legendary rock band of the same name. Despite Tebow's ousting from the NFL again, there are actually several AFL teams interested in landing him for their team.
Having recently been cut from the Patriots, Tebow has now been rejected by three NFL teams and his dreams of being a star quarterback might just be fading. He has reportedly turned down other NFL offers to play a different position, leading critics to question his stubbornness in holding out for a quarterback position
Will a spot in arena football be good enough for Tim Tebow? We will likely find out as he has received offers now from the L.A. KISS and the Philadelphia Soul. The Orlando Predators have also showed interest in the popular quarterback.
In a press release issued by Gene Simmons he says, "Acquiring Tebow would not only be a great investment for the team, but his exciting style of play would definitely send shockwaves through the League." Shockwaves indeed, as Tebow and the controversial rock band are polar opposites in terms of lifestyle. If Tebow chooses to join the KISS Army, the combination will certainly be worth watching.