Social Media Was Losing Their Minds Over The Incredible Outfit Tim Tebow’s Wife Was Wearing (PICS)


As one of the greatest players in the history of the Florida Gators football program, the team honored Tim Tebow during their rivalry game against Florida State at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Saturday night.

The former Heisman Trophy winner and two-time BCS National Champion was inducted into the Gators Hall of Fame at halftime.

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And to celebrate the occasion, his wife, Demi-Leigh Tebow, had the perfect outfit to show off her support for Tim.

As Demi states in her Instagram story, she never got to wear Tebow’s number 15 jersey during his time in Florida, but she was more than happy to don it on Saturday night.

 


Demi and Tim Tebow got engaged in 2019 and they married each other in South Africa in January 2020.

As for Tebow’s Gators, they were unable to treat Tim and Demi to a victory on Saturday night, losing to the no. 5 ranked Seminoles, 24-15.

Here’s more of Demi:

REPORT: Kansas City Chiefs Reveal Kicker Harrison Butker Could Be Demoted Next Season

Harrison Butker kicking a football

Harrison Butker (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
The Kansas City Chiefs have revealed they’re considering benching Harrison Butker for kickoffs next season.

Butker has been performing kickoffs for the Chiefs since his rookie season in 2017 but could see the role handed to someone else in 2024.

Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to reporters on Thursday and disclosed the team is mulling over keeping Butker benched for kickoffs.

While the kicker has been catching criticism from all over due to the controversial comments he made earlier in May, his potential benching has nothing to do with it. They’re considering it so he doesn’t take hits all season.

“I like to have somebody who is able to make a tackle, Butker is able to make a tackle, but I really don’t want him making tackles all year long,” Toub explained.

The NFL is set to introduce a new kickoff rule in 2024, and Toub has noticed that kickers in the UFL have been taking hard hits as they’re more involved in tackling.

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