Tim Tebow is reportedly eyeing a comeback to the NFL

It's possible that we may see Tim Tebow in a NFL uniform soon. The former Heisman Trophy winner is reportedly working on a comeback with the goal of participating in the first NFL Veteran's Combine later this month.

According to the Boston Globe, Tebow may attend the event, which will feature veterans such as Michael Sam and Vince Young working out for NFL teams with the hopes of getting a job.

Tebow last played in the league back in 2013 but was cut from the New England Patriots before the regular season started. The biggest knock against Tebow was his throwing mechanics. He had a long delivery and wasn't a very accurate quarterback.

The former Florida Gator has been working with quarterback guru Tom House, who has worked with Tom Brady and Drew Brees and has helped them with their mechanics.

"He went from being a little inaccurate and didn't throw a whole lot of spirals, to throwing very accurate and real good at spinning the ball," House said.

If that is true, Tebow does have the size and work ethic to get a job in the NFL once again.