Sport George Kittle Shares Why Tim Tebow Wasn’t Invited To Tight End Summit
Biden to get warm welcome from relieved but wary allies
LONDON (AP) — When U.S. President Joe Biden flies to Europe this week, he will find his hosts welcoming but wary. His predecessor Donald Trump may be gone, but he leaves a long shadow. Biden’s first foreign trip as president starts Wednesday and includes a gathering of the Group of Seven wealthy nations by the seaside in southwest England, a NATO summit, a meeting with European Union chiefs, and then a tete-a-tete in Geneva with his Russian counterpart and adversary, Vladimir Putin.For most of America’s allies, Biden is a relief.
This week is the Tight End University summit in Nashville, Tennessee. While more than 50 tight ends will be present,won’t be one of them.
Tebow is trying to make theas a tight end after never playing the position before. The onetime first-round pick spent three seasons in the NFL as a quarterback from 2010-12.
San Francisco 49ers starhelped organize the Tight End U gathering, along with the recently retired Greg Olsen. In an appearance on the Pardon My Take podcast this week, Kittle explained why Tebow was not invited.
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“So, nothing against Tim Tebow, but I found it hard to invite — I wish nothing but the best for Tim Tebow, and I hope he has a fantastic season playing tight end — but it’s hard for me not to invite a backup tight end on, let’s say the New York Giants, as opposed to inviting a guy who just started playing the tight end position because we do have limited spots,” Kittle said. “I wish I could make it so every NFL tight end can come, [so] it’s accessible to everybody. But what we tried to do this year, we wanted to pay for everything for all the tight ends that come to kind of make it a special event for all tight ends.”
Tebowat Jaguars minicamp this month, but still has a tough task ahead of him in order to make the Jaguars’ 53-man roster.
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If he does, he just might secure himself an invite to the next Tight End University.
“If he’s on a roster this year, and he plays tight end, we would love to have him,” Olsen said,. “We would love to work with him. Once he’s officially a tight end, we would love to work with him.”
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