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Tim Tebow: I Don’t Have Any Regrets

by Phil Sullivan on January 10, 2013

New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow spoke with FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Liz Claman about the team’s past season, his future in the NFL, and partnering with TiVo. In addressing whether he regrets his move to New York, Tebow said “I don’t have any regrets. I believe everything happens for a reason.”

On whether he has any regrets in coming to New York:
“I don’t have any regrets. I believe everything happens for a reason. I don’t know what my future holds, but I know who holds my future and in that there is a lot of peace and a lot of comfort.”

On what team he might play for next season:
“That’s a good question. But right now, I am excited to be here talking with you and that’s what I am focused on right now.”

On whether he has a girlfriend:
“No I do not. I am single.”
 
On what shows he TiVos:
“Castle. The Biggest Loser was about to start back up. There’s a few I like to TiVo and what makes it easy for me, I am so busy going to away games and whatnot I can just throw it from my TV to my iPad. Makes it easy and saves me time as well.”

On what sports he TiVos:
“When I am at the house watching college football, I can have my iPad out watching one game, have the TV watching one thing and my phone watching another thing.”

On what his friends, family and pastor are guiding him toward at this point in his life:
“So many people just support me and want the best for me and I think that is just amazing that I have the great support staff of my family, the companies we partner with, and everybody around me. Just is really wonderful.”

 Courtesy — FOX BUSINESS NETWORK

Phil Sullivan

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