TMZ SportsTim Tebow says he could be bringing back his signature move for his baseball career … telling TMZ Sports … “Tebowing” could be making a Lazarus-like return.

“Tebowing” was a social media craze a couple years ago … while Timmy was still an NFL player … with the whole world kneeling down to mimic Tebow’s celebration.

Tim’s taking on a different professional sport now … so when we saw him at LAX Wednesday we had to ask … is the epic move making a comeback?

He answered … and he’s saying there’s a chance!!

Even if Tebow ever has a real baseball career, he will never be as good as the original baseball Tebow-er: Nomar Garciaparra.


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Lucy Burdge
Kirk and Callahan dive back into PSI talk and discuss Dan Shaughnessy's column telling the Patriots and their fans to give up the Deflategate fight. Wallace Matthews calls in to defend no longer voting for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
New York writer Wallace Matthews joins the show to defend no longer casting a ballot for the Baseball Hall of Fame.

[0:01:03] ... sort of talk time with that I mean I didn't like keeping Barry Bonds all my ballot and like you and Roger Clemens might Ballard you know another guy. And then you had a guy that. ...
[0:03:18] ... know what you really need you inside. No but I don't think Curt Schilling wants to lynch journalists all he did you get from January arguing that are you can argue are humans are you excited ...
[0:09:28] ... the like. Right I would I would take a month I take OJ Simpson on the NFL they don't have a character clause but I just not sure you can not hang them on the wall ...
[0:12:45] ... put in eight Lauren how can I in good conscience say you Barry Bonds hit it in you Roger Clemens in the U well I think it. I would have an easier time doing that and saying well buds then I got to vote in Mark McGwire because you know what I think you devoting Clemens and bonds well you have to vote in. McGwire and Sosa and Palmeiro ...

Marc Fucarile joins the guys and reacts to the release of the Patriots Day film that chronicles that fateful day on Boylston St. three years ago. Mike Felger thinks you're a stooge if you defend the Patriots by citing the Ideal Gas Law in Deflategate.
Marc Fucarile joins K&C to discuss the controversial release of Patriots Day.

[0:06:43] ... wreck I don't see you at three did you go to the red carpet last tiger to meet wall Brcko a did you wanna meet Paul Byrd. Richard catcher brought him down much and trying to meet Kim Achilles. This year at the marathon and religious. Citizen market march ...
[0:08:32] ... some Marc was the I never knew that he went into the gas station. That we skate because in the guest she's begging the cap the Clark right call 91 wounds he literally got on his knees and begged them to call 91. One night and one that finally let him call. And he's all rattled and upset and and and he's saying yeah I think we get the guys here at this gas station. And and there are in his Mercedes they're taken off and eat in the weather matches and then kill him what I ...

Louisville football is in some trouble for Wake Forest's allegations that they knew too much about its gameplan. Hoaxes and hardos in Headlines with Kirk.
Kirk and Gerry are joined by Alex Reimer on the Dino Casting Couch. The guys discuss the NFL and Roger Goodell's hypocritical stance on Deflategate II. The guys hear reaction from the red carpet from first screening of Patriots Day on Tuesday night.

Good morning, here is your Thursday Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our home page or click here for the top stories and scores from our news wire.

Good morning, here is your Thursday Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our home page or click here for the top stories and scores from our news wire.

NHL: Anaheim at Boston, 7 p.m. (NESN)
NBA: Chicago at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. (TNT)
NBA: New York at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. (TNT)
NFL: Los Angeles at Seattle, 8:25 p.m. (NBC; NFL Network)
College basketball: Appalachian State at NC State, 7 p.m. (ESPNU)
Women’s college basketball: Texas-Rio Grande Valley at Texas, 8 p.m. (Longhorn Network)


— In his piece in the Players’ Tribune published on Wednesday, Broncos linebacker Von Miller lists “The Five Toughest Guys I’ve Ever Faced” and three of them are Patriots.

Miller lists Tom Brady as the toughest quarterback, Rob Gronkowski as the toughest tight end and Bill Belichick as the toughest head coach.

“What makes him the best isn’t just his accuracy throwing the ball. His presnap vision is the best I’ve ever seen, bar none,” Miller wrote of Brady. ” …The biggest challenge in playing the Patriots is simply getting off the field. You’re never worried about Brady hitting you for 70 yards, but he’ll chip away at you and keep drives alive, which wears you down … Getting a consistent first step on a 15-play drive is pretty much impossible.”

Of Gronkowski, Miller wrote, “This term is almost overused in the media now, but Gronk really is a true game-changer. He’s almost like LeBron James in that his body type and skill set has never been seen before at his position. The NFL has never seen anything like his combination of size, speed and hands.”

As for toughest head coach, Miller said he likes Jack Del Rio too, but “with Belichick, his genius comes from the fact that he always gameplans based on the personnel he has. He’s had Hall of Famers like Randy Moss, and he’s also had guys who you never heard of before, and no matter what, the Patriots are always contenders. Some of the packages we see from the Patriots, I’ve never seen before on a football field.”

Chris Ivory as toughest running back and Trent Williams as toughest offensive tackle round out the list.

— The NBA and NBAPA announced on Wednesday they have reached a tentative agreement for a new collective bargaining agreement.

The seven-year deal guarantees 13 consecutive years without a lockout and labor peace through the 2023-24 season.

Some of the main points of the deal are a 45% increase in all minimum salaries for the first year of the deal and “liberalized” trade rules and fewer restrictions on first-round picks. The season will also start earlier and the schedule will extend by seven days to reduce back-to-back games and injury risk.

There is also a “comprehensive” program to handle domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault with a process for investigating these situations.

Draymond Green, for one, is apparently not happy with the new deal:


ICYMI: Seven year-old Will Erickson wrote a letter to Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow last week begging him not to trade outfielder George Springer. “Please don’t trade George Springer these are the reasons. 1. He is my favorite player. 2. I get my hair cut like his. 3. He is a team player,” Erickson wrote in the letter. On Tuesday, Luhnow responded with this tweet:


Erickson said he wrote the letter to Luhnow because he heard the Astros might need to trade Springer to get pitching this offseason. He did not expect a response from Luhnow “because he’s busy,” he said and was happy with the attention he got from his classmates after Luhnow tweeted his letter.

“They called me famous,” Erickson said.

Erickson has not met Springer but is pretty sure of how he would react if he did.

“If I saw him I would faint,” Erickson said.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Well he is a special young man. Just to have a chance to know his story has been very humbling and certainly gives me a lot of perspective, and certainly all of us a lot of perspective on the very difficult challenges a lot of families face, and certainly that he has faced.” —Tom Brady, on Logan Schoenhardt, a 10-year-old boy with brain cancer whose story of admiring and meeting Brady was featured before the Patriots game on ESPN on Monday night 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Rodney Harrison (44), Mo Vaughn (49)


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Lucy Burdge
In the final two hours Christian talks about the Bruins, Celtics, and previews the Patriots game. Christian also talks about the parity in the NFL and how the Patriots really have been an exception over the past decade. Christian also talks about Brady's records and if any of the upcoming QBs will be able to touch them.