Tebow's drive: To make a difference

QB talks with ESPN New York about building hospitals ... and a career in politics?

Updated: September 18, 2012, 1:17 PM ET
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

He listens to Frank Sinatra. He honors cancer-stricken kids every time he suits up for practice. He waits patiently for his lifelong dream to be built in the Philippines. He battles dyslexia -- and wins. He looks into the future and sees ... Senator Tebow?

Tim Tebow is more than just an unconventional quarterback who runs the New York Jets' Wildcat offense. He's one of the most popular athletes in America, a rock star who acts like the boy next door. What's he like away from football? In ...

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