Tebow joins ownership group for ECHL's Jacksonville Icemen
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Add co-owner of a professional hockey franchise to Tim Tebow's lengthy resume.

The former NFL quarterback, aspiring MLB outfielder, and current ESPN analyst has joined the ownership group for the ECHL's Jacksonville Icemen, the affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets.

"I simply love Jacksonville," Tebow said in the official release. "I am excited to be a part of this new endeavor with the Icemen. It is important to me to invest back into the community that has meant so much to me. I look forward to including and expanding the Icemen's involvement in our Tim Tebow Foundation and other community initiatives."

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack and former defensive end Reggie Hayward joined the ownership group with Tebow.

The Icemen relocated to Jacksonville for the 2017-18 season. The club was formerly known as the Muskegon Fury, the Lumberjacks, and the Evansville Icemen.

Their season is expected to begin Dec. 12.

Tebow joins ownership group for ECHL's Jacksonville Icemen
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