FSU Linebacker: Y’all praise Michael Sam for being gay but y’all mocked Tim Tebow for being a Christian.

DeMarcus Walker @livinglegend_44

Y’all praise Michael Sam for being gay but y’all mocked Tim Tebow for being a Christian. Smh #Society

Brendon Ayanbadejo Spits On Morals: Read His disgusting Article Here…

During the NFL Draft, plenty of young men kissed and shared PDAs with their significant others or wives.

There was no talk, no debate of heterosexuals sharing love and emotions with their significant others. However, seeing Michael Sam kiss his boyfriend Vito — a proud black gay man kissing his Caucasian boyfriend — makes some people uncomfortable.

Michael Sam is a person who has been through the trials and tribulations of coming out, first to his college teammates and then the world. The former Missouri star being selected by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round Saturday was a moment they shared, something that has never happened and right then and there they deserve to share that special moment together. America witnessed it.

What America — and everywhere else — doesn’t need is reactions like that of Ole Miss basketball player Marshall Henderson (though Henderson claims his words were only an “experiment”). Everyone is entitled to their opinion. However, failure to understand how monumental the draft choice and subsequent kiss is becomes foolhardy on many levels.

Millions of people have had to hide over the years — whether moments of great triumph or failure. In life, there’s nothing better than having your significant other there for you during a critical event.

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‘Gays’ blast free Speech and Tebow’s new Liberty speech plans

Homosexual activists and leftists are blasting a decision by New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, whose pro-life Super Bowl ad drew widespread attention in 2010, to speak at a Wildfire Weekend conference at Liberty University.

“The university has hosted multiple anti-gay conferences and their law school is being sued over its alleged role in helping Lisa Miller disobey a court order and kidnap her daughter to Central America in order to avoid transferring custody to the girl’s other mother, her former partner,” lamented Brian Tashman at RightWingWatch.

“He seems to have few qualms about speaking before the anti-gay/anti-Catholic/anti-Muslim Liberty University, the home of Jerry Falwell,” added Bridgette P. LaVictoire at LezGetReal.

Liberty explains the sold-out weekend conference also features Willie Robertson, John Smoltz, Joe White, Tim Clinton and others. It’s described as a weekend “where men, life, God and the great outdoors come together.”

Liberty University is the largest private non-profit university in the nation, the largest university in Virginia, and the largest Christian university in the world.

The speaking engagement comes only days after Tebow, who routinely had Bible verses on the anti-reflective black smudges beneath his eyes during his college football career, canceled an appearance at a large Baptist church in Dallas whose pastor has preached the biblical condemnation of homosexuality.

Tebow had tweeted that he canceled the April 28 schedule at First Baptist over “new information” that he’d learned.

There, Pastor Robert Jeffress, said Tebow was “wimping” out of his appearance.

According to a Christ Culture News headline, the online postings were an attempt by “Ignorant voices” to “bully NFL quarterback with more ‘anti-gay’ attacks.”

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Tebow Hurt By Criticism Of His Character, Insists He Never Asked Out Of Anything

Tim Tebow said that he never asked out of running Wildcat plays last week, but the Jets’ backup quarterback acknowledges that Rex Ryan may have misunderstood him.

Tebow said on Wednesday that he told Ryan last Tuesday that he was “definitely disappointed” he wasn’t going to be the starting quarterback in place of the benched Mark Sanchez, and added that he told the coach he wanted to play “regular quarterback.”

“I never said, ‘Hey, I don’t want to do anything,’” Tebow said. “That wasn’t the talk at all. He knows that. And everybody on this team knows that I would never not do something if I was asked. That’s what’s disappointing. People saying,‘Oh, you quit, or you didn’t do this.’ That was not it at all. It was just me asking to get an opportunity to play the position I love, which is quarterback. It wasn’t me asking out of anything.”

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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Wednesday morning to discuss football and politics. The interview was enlightening for the most part and everything went smoothly, that is, until CNBC host Joe Kernen decided to ask Johnson about the status of football star Tim Tebow’s virginity.

Needless to say, things got a little weird.

It started out innocently enough when co-host Becky Quick asked Johnson about whether Tebow would be with the Jets next year.

“Absolutely. Yeah, he‘ll be with us for three years and I think he’s going to … be a real valuable asset in terms of helping us win games,” said Johnson.

So far, so good.

“Do you know — is he still a virgin? Woody? Do you know?” Kernen asked.

“I don’t really want to go into that,” a nervous Johnson laughed.

“It’s just that, you know, inquiring minds want to know,” Kernen continued, “We ask the tough questions here on ‘Squawk Box.’”

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Tim Tebow Draws More Than 20,000 for Father’s Day Church Event

im Tebow drew an enormous crowd to San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium Sunday, where he spoke as part of Shadow Mountain Community Church’s sermon on “encouraging men to live, love & lead.”

“If there’s anybody in our country today who illustrates what it means to live with passion and break the mold, and to rise above what everybody says are your limitations, it’s Tim Tebow,” Shadow Mountain spokesman David St. John told the North County Times.

“He did that as a quarterback in Florida, he did that in the NFL with the Denver Broncos, and I certainly wouldn’t want to be in the camp that bets against him as he continues his career with the Jets. There are a lot of folks who will be sitting in the bleachers on Sunday who have been given the same kind of message — either, ‘You’re not talented enough’ or ‘You’re not capable of leading.’”

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Tebow talks faith, ‘Tebowing,’ football at Trinity Christian School fundraiser

Tim Tebow may have two state football championships, two BCS national titles and the ability to boast playing quarterback for two NFL teams under his belt.

But on Sunday afternoon, he told a Lubbock audience of thousands in City Bank Auditorium that football only comes third on his list of priorities — right behind faith and family.

“At the end of the day, I don’t want my legacy to be known as a football player,” he said on stage. “I want to be known as someone who had an impact on kids’ lives.”

And in a nearly hour-long question-and-answer session advertised as “Tim Tebow Talks Faith”, the New York Jets quarterback didn’t disappoint, telling stories of his Christian faith, values, character and passion for competition during an annual fundraiser for Trinity Christian School.

Answering questions from Trinity Christian Superintendent Rob Winkler, Tebow described his childhood playing sports, going on mission trips overseas, making the decision to play college ball for the University of Florida and his thoughts on “Tebowing.”

The NFL quarterback propelled to national fame just as much for his displays of faith — praying on field — as his football success said he has mixed feelings about attention and criticism he has received from media talking heads and the public.

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Texas church expecting crowd of 30,000 for Tebow’s Easter sermon

Tim Tebow will deliver the Easter sermon on Sunday at the Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas, and the expected turnout is one more indication of Tebow’s enormous popularity.

The church told local TV station KVUE that it’s erecting bleachers on its 60-acre outdoor space for what it expects to be a crowd of as many as 30,000 people.

“Obviously it’s our Super Bowl,” said Joe Champion, pastor at the Celebration Church. “Easter is the resurrection of Christ, which we celebrate in our faith. We feel like it’s going to be a testimony to the community. We want it to be a family event.”

Tebow recently got a mani-pedi (first time I’ve ever typed that phrase) to get himself ready for the festivities, but Pastor Champion wants to make clear that it’s not all about glorifying Tebow.

“There will be the sacredness of Easter,” Champion said. “It’s not a Tim Tebow show. It’s not about a celebrity. There’s really only one celebrity that we are going to honor and highlight.”

Peyton Manning picks Broncos, Tebow Out?

Peyton Manning will become the next quarterback of the Denver Broncos, barring a snag during intensified contract negotiations that have commenced under the instruction of the four-time MVP to his agent Tom Condon, according to multiple sources.

Once the Manning deal becomes official, Denver will try to trade Tim Tebow, according to sources.

Manning instructed Condon to negotiate the finite details of a contract that would conclude with him joining the Broncos after a frenzied but focused process that began when the Indianapolis Colts released him March 7.

Manning called Broncos vice president of football operations John Elway on Monday morning to tell him the news. Manning also called the San Francisco 49ers and Tennessee Titans to inform them of his intent to now play for Denver.

Titans owner Bud Adams released a statement Monday saying: “Obviously I am disappointed, because I thought we would be a perfect fit.

“Now that we move forward, I want our fans to know that our expectations haven’t changed — winning a championship is still the goal. I like our quarterback situation moving forward and we will continue to build the team through free agency and the draft with that goal in mind.

“I also want to commend Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker. They were thrown into a very difficult situation. Matt was very good for us last year; and at some point, we expect Jake to be our future franchise quarterback,” Adams said in the statement.

A contract between Manning and the Broncos is expected to be a formality. Elway and Manning first discussed the parameters of a five-year, $95 million contract during their March 9 meeting in Denver, the first time the quarterback visited a team during his free agency.

Elway then told Manning during last Friday’s trip to Durham, N.C. — where the quarterback has done the majority of his training — that he wanted to finalize a contract “fair to both sides.” Neither side expects any hangups.

However, details such as guaranteed money, structure of the deal and contract language designed to protect the Broncos in the event of Manning’s inability to perform due to his prior neck surgeries all will be addressed in the contract, sources said.

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