Tim Tebow, the super-Christian and football/baseball player from the United States, comes to mind. Who was the guy who knelt before it was cool? Tebow, on the other hand, is now the only NFL player. Officials decided that anyone who had ever spoken a harsh word would be kicked out of the league, which was a daring decision for the league.
According to league sources, the whole NFL will be an empty field with Tebow tossing a ball to himself with no spectators, coaches, teammates, opponents, or commentators.
In his resignation statement, Roger Goodell quipped, "Welp, I guess it's just Tim out there now." "I hope that everyone has a good time watching him play. You can't watch him since we kicked you off as a fan after you said something inappropriate once. Tim, on the other hand, is a good child. He'll have a good time out there."
Tebow took the field for his first NFL game as the league's lone member Thursday evening, humbly kneeling and saying a prayer before simply throwing the ball around to himself.
"I just want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for blessing me with this opportunity," Tebow said. "And I want to thank the rest of the league for being heathens who said bad words in the past. I owe it all to you guys."
Tebow still didn't score any touchdowns.