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Tim Tebow has been offered a gig in the wake of his release by the New York Jets.

That's the good news for TT. The bad news? It's with the Lingerie Football League.

And not even as a QB. They want him as a coach! The guy really cannot throw.

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The Legends Football League - formerly the Lingerie Football League apparently - has extended an offer to the man they hope will become its National Quarterbacks Coach.

Tebow's agent recevied a letter from LFL President Mitchell Mortaza. It reads:

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Chad Johnson. Homeless man. Beer. Friendship. Twitter. 

Who knew those five things went together so well ...

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  • Chad Johnson, Homeless Man

The out-of-work NFL star, in a spontaneous act of generosity, spent Saturday with a homeless man named Robert after making his acquaintance on the street.

Robert asked the 35-year-old athlete a beer, at which point Chad made his day by buying him a 24-pack - plus a pack of Newports for good measure.

The former Ochocinco said they were both unemployed so they may as well hang out, and so they did. He took "Porkchop" under his wing for the weekend.

Johnson, who recently split from Evelyn Lozada and may be in need of companionship, also took him to Urban Outfitters, and ended the evening in a club.

Best friends forever.

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Athletes, politicians and fans alike generally and vocally offered support to Jason Collins Monday following the NBA player's decision to come out as gay.

Reactions weren't entirely positive, however.

In addition to NFL player Mike Wallace's insensitivity, ESPN reporter Chris Broussard played the Bible card and stated a dismissive take on homosexuality.

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"I'm a Christian," he said on Outside the Lines, echoing remarks he has made before on the topic. "I don't agree with homosexuality. I think it's a sin."

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On Sunday night, a nightmare of a season came to an end for the Los Angeles Lakers, as they were swept out of the playoffs by the San Antonio Spurs.

But Dwight Howard was not around to see the conclusion: he was ejected in the third quarter for cursing at a referee.

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Will the free agent center return to the team?

It's unclear, but legend Magic Johnson took to Twitter after the game and laid into the supposed franchise center.

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A young European gymnast's eye-popping routine has gone viral.

Once you see it, well, you'll have a pretty good idea of why!

The incredible sequence involves a ball, major contortions and an equal if not greater amount of grace - enough to garner nearly four million views in two days.

Check it out for yourself below and prepare to be amazed:

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NBA player Jason Collins came out as gay in Sports Illustrated today, igniting a flurry of discussion and receiving an outpouring of support online.

"I didn't set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I'm happy to start the conversation," he said.

And start it he did. With a few exceptions (Mike Wallace), the vast majority of reactions to Jason Collins' coming out have been positive.

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Check out some of the best celebrity Tweets in support of 34-year-old Collins, a 12-year NBA veteran and member of the Washington Wizards:

Kobe Bryant: Proud of @jasoncollins34. Don't suffocate who u r because of the ignorance of others #courage #support #mambaarmystandup #BYOU

The Rock: Being real & authentic is very powerful. Well done Jason Collins for having the courage to take a monumental step forward. #LiveReal

Russell Simmons: Proud of Washington Wizards' player Jason Collins for coming out. We will stand with you as you continue on your journey.

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Hours after Jason Collins came out as gay, NFL star Mike Wallace earned the distinction of penning the first moronic, borderline homophobic Tweet about it.

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In response to the NBA player's admission to SI, Wallace wrote, “All these beautiful women in the world and guys wanna mess with other guys SMH (shakin' my head).”

Wallace quickly deleted his tweet and replaced it with an apology.

"Never said that anything was right or wrong I just said I don't understand!! Deeply sorry for anyone that I offended," wrote the 26-year-old Dolphins receiver.

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Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors is a man possessed.

The 25-year-old shooting guard scored 22 points for the team in the third quarter alone Sunday, carrying GS to a victory and 3-1 series lead over Denver.

It's not just his 27.3 points per game in the playoffs thus far that's impressive, but the way those points have been coming. Curry can make anything!

Watch the clinic he put on yesterday and see what we mean:

Not exactly benefiting from high-percentage, easy shots. It's like Steph Curry is ON FIRE in NBA Jam while the rest of the guys are stuck in real life.

Seriously. Guy could probably even take Kim Jong Un.

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Lots of pitchers battle control problems from time to time, but the Washington Nationals Henry Rodriguez took it to a new level, nearly hitting himself with his own wild pitch.

How is that possible, you ask? See animated GIF replay below!

Henry Rodriguez Wild Pitch

In his slight defense ... we have never seen anything like that.

The reliever only lasted a third of an inning and clearly was off his game, walking three batters and giving up a run in the Nats' 5-2 loss to the Reds Sunday.

When you nearly bean yourself, never a good sign.

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Look out, Kelly Nash!

On Saturday, the Sun Sports reporter took a self-portrait at Fenway Park, capturing a gorgeous day at the iconic ballpark: rays shining down, sun streaking her hair… and a baseball nearly clocking her in the head!

Kelly Nash Twit Pic

"My whole family is from Massachusetts, and I knew they would be so excited to see me working at Fenway Park," Nash told Fox Sports Florida. "And when I went to text them the picture I noticed the baseball by my head!"

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