Tim Tebow, after once again failing to get picked up by an NFL franchise, is making a career change with a gig on ABC’s Good Morning America.

Tim Tebow Joins 'GMA'

Tebow will serve as a Good Morning America contributor and will appear on the morning show’s new “Motivate Me Monday” series.

“ESPN and SEC Network Analyst Tim Tebow is joining “Good Morning America” as a contributor beginning Monday, September 15th, ABC News announced today,” reads the statement from the network. “The first-ever college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy will help launch GMA’s “Motivate Me Monday” series, featuring individuals and their amazing stories of triumph. Tebow will appear in studio and live on location in towns across America with a wide-range of reports that motivate and inspire.”

The football analyst and NFL free agent previously stopped by GMA earlier this year during Super Bowl week.

Another former NFL player Michael Strahan – who is one half of Live! With Kelly and Michael and an analyst on Fox NFL Sundayjoined GMA back in April.

Tebow, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2007 while playing for the University of Florida, played three years in the NFL – most notably with the Denver Broncos – before he became a free agent in the league.

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