Other than playing quarterback in the NFL, Tim Tebow seems able to do whatever he wants. In the future, that may mean a new role in the public eye: As a politician.
At his foundation's annual golf outing, a reporter asked Tebow if he would ever consider running for office.
"I don't know at this time in my life," Tebow says. "If there's there's a chance to make a difference someday at something, that's intriguing."
While many believe Tebow would run as a Republican, he hasn't made any effort to align himself politically in the public eye. In 2012, several Republican candidates sought his endorsement during the primary season, but Tebow declined to lend his voice to their campaigns.
Later that year, he was rumored to be a guest speaker at the Republican National Convention, but those rumors never came to fruition.
If Tebow does choose to run for office in his home state for Florida, there's a job opening coming up soon: Marco Rubio has already said he won't seek re-election for his Senate seat. Tebow isn't old enough to meet election requirements, but it stands to reason the seat could be an option during the next election, if Tebow chooses to go that route.