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Tim Tebow Says Football Comes After Faith and Family

Pat McMahon Contributor

The most important thing in Tim Tebow’s life is not football.

Even so, the former Denver Broncos quarterback who was traded to the New York Jets last month told “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts that he’s looking forward to working and playing with his new teammates.

In the one-on-one interview on “GMA” today, Tebow talked about a range of topics, including the hopes he has for his career move, his outreach to others, family and the topic closest to his heart: his faith.

That deep Christian faith is paramount. Tebow, 24, prays openly on his knees at the end of every game — a move that is now so well-known that it’s become a verb: Tebow-ing.

“It’s pretty easy for me to say that the most important thing in my life is my relationship with Jesus Christ, followed by my relationship with family. And football’s later on down the line,” he told Roberts.

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