The huge home former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow closed on recently in Jacksonville is his first completion in a while. The out-of-work player -- now a commentator -- is headed back to his home state of Florida, where he just paid $1.4 million for a 6,525-square-foot home on a golf course. Tebow, whose career peaked in 2011 while playing for the Denver Broncos, is now working as a commentator for ESPN. It looks like he'll also be working on his golf game from his lakeside manse on the course at Glen Kernan Golf and Country Club on the south side of Jacksonville.
The house is huge, with stately porches and brick details in the kitchen and sunroom. It has hardwood floors, a big screened back porch and several fireplaces. Tebow was a college football star at the University of Florida, where he won the 2007 Heisman Trophy.