Tim Tebow worked out with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, deep-seating speculations of his comeback to the NFL.
In a report by Phil Sheridan of ESPN, Tebow went out with the Eagles as a quarterback, but Tebow left the training complex without any contract signing taking place.
“Chip Kelly (was) taking his time to find out what he can find out about Tim Tebow,” Phil Sheridan said in a live interview with ESPN.
Tebow has been an analyst for the SEC Network in ESPN. He last played in the NFL in 2012 with the New York Jets. He was part of the Denver Broncos for two seasons prior to that.
Tom Brady has been working with Tebow for his NFL comeback. According to an article from BleacherReport.com, Tebow is in hot pursuit of the possibility of being re-drafted to the NFL.
Brady said Tebow has “been pretty much a regular since he was released by the Patriots.”
Tebow’s training under Brady is focused on efficiency, sequencing and timing.
Update: Sources claim that the Eagles will not sign Tebow for now, but this workout on Monday seem to be a good sign for the Heisman Trophy awardee.