Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow opened the door to a future in politics during an interview with the Golf Channel’s Dave Feherty. “It could be something in my future,” Tebow said.
Feherty began the conversation by lobbying Tebow to run. “I have an idea — would you ever think of running for office, please?” Feherty asked. “We’ve got Romney and Gingrich out there at the minute, and I don’t know what anyone else thinks, but they got the sort of faces that you’d never get tired of punching.”
The deeply-religious Tebow said that politics is “something I’ll have to think about, and if I pray about, and you know, I have no idea right now, but possibly.” Watch it:
In one of Tebow’s rare instances of engaging in politics, he appeared in a 2007 Super Bowl ad for the anti-gay group Focus on the Family. The ad, featuring he and his mother, was intended to communicate an anti-abortion message. Watch it here.