Quarterback Tim Tebow: 'I know who holds my future'

After going through three teams in 18 months, God-fearing quarterback Tim Tebow may want to start praying that another NFL franchise picks him up soon—or else he could be heading to Canada.

The polarizing player was released by the New England Patriots last week after a disappointing pre-season, and now several football pundits, including Tebow’s one-time QB guru Steve Clarkson, are predicting Tebow will cut his NFL dreams short and head for the CFL.

The Montreal Alouettes own the 26-year-old player’s CFL rights, but general manager Jim Popp dismissed the idea, telling the Toronto Sun that Tebow is “just one of the 35 names” on their list, adding they already have four quarterbacks, including 41-year-old Anthony Calvillo (who’s currently nursing a concussion).

Whether or not Montreal will be home to a new era of “Tebowing” is uncertain, but at least the one-time Heisman Trophy winner is keeping positive, telling reporters, “I’m blessed because of my faith, because you don’t have to worry about the future, because I know who holds my future.”