Tim Tebow Signs With A New Team. A Chicken Tenders Team, That Is.

It didn't take long for Tim Tebow to find a new employer. Just days after being released by the New York Jets, there is news that the iconic quarterback has agreed to financially back several north Florida locations of the fast-growing, Tampa-based chicken sandwich chain PDQ. Could we finally have an answer to the age-old question of "What Would Tim Tebow Eat?"

According to an executive of a corporate backer of PDQ, which apparently stands for "People Dedicated to Quality," Tim and his brother Robby have been avid fans of the chicken joint since sampling its food while visiting an injured Marine in Tampa last year. PDQ already caters the Tebow's namesake celebrity golf tournament and has partnered with professional football players Derrick Brooks and Vinny Testaverde in the past.

While the quarterback's Jacksonville site could open as early as later this summer, it remains doubtful to be seen if any Floridian animals other than (fried) chickens will spring for his services. Say, Dolphins or Jaguars?

Update: It appears Tebow really has a strong presence in the meat community. The USA Today reports that the Nebraska indoor football team Omaha Beef has offered the quarterback a $75-per-game contract.

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