Tim Tebow, who had one of the top-selling college football jerseys in recent memory, doesn’t think college athletes should stand to gain financially for apparel and merchandise sale.

This week, California’s Assembly passed The Fair Pay to Play Act which would allow college athletes to profit from their likeness and name being used. Tebow notes that his jersey, which rivaled NBA superstars such as Kobe Bryant and LeBron James as one of the top-selling apparel items when he played college football for Florida, vigorously defended the current system.

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Tim is very passionate about this subject. 

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