Denver Broncos Quarterback Tim Tebow said he may run for political office someday.
Tebow became a pop culture phenomenon this past season after taking the Broncos from a losing record, all the way to the National Football League playoffs.
Tebow was recently asked by the Golf Channel if he would ever consider a future in politics. He said he's thankful to be living his dream right now playing football, but running for political office "could be something in my future."
"It's something I also think about and definitely pray about," he said.
Tebow's sideline prayers have become iconic and have been parodied on television programs like NBC's "Saturday Night Live" and "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
Last Saturday night before the Super Bowl, Tebow had the opportunity to poke some good-natured fun the other way as he helped "NFL Honors" award show host Alex Baldwin do his best "Tebowing."
The host of "NFL Honors," which aired on NBC, was kneeling down when Tebow stepped up and showed Baldwin how it's really done.
"Bless you, Tim," Baldwin responded.