Sensing the excitement and loving his message, Tebow is also being courted by Republican presidential candidates. The quarterback recently told The Associated Press he’s been asked by more than one of the contenders for his support. He wouldn’t name names, but did say he’d declined the offer.Tebow has been getting some pretty good advice all along the way, and whoever is advising him to stay away from political endorsements is a very smart guy.
“I think you have to have so much trust in who you support, just from product endorsements to endorsing a candidate because if that person or company does something (bad), it reflects on you,” said Tebow, who’s a pitchman for Nike, Jockey and FRS energy drink.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
He's probably the most sought after sports endorsement any politician could covet right now, but he's not getting involved: