NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Jets Quarterback Tim Tebow has many accomplishments in his football career: Heisman trophy winner, college national championship, first round draft pick, but is a political run in his future?
Tebow says maybe.
"I haven't ruled it out," the popular Quarterback told ESPN's Rich Cimini Tuesday.
"Whatever avenue I feel like I can make a difference in, I'd love to do. I haven't ruled out anything like that."
The Jacksonville native and former Nease football star said he sees himself doing charity work in five years after he retires.
"Doing something with my foundation, continuing everything we're doing now and, hopefully, expanding, building more hospitals, making a difference in people's lives. I want to do that while I'm playing football, and I want to do that after I'm done playing football."
Tebow has already created the Tim Tebow Foundation and the W15H program to help disadvantaged children.
"I want to do that until the day I die because I don't look at that as a profession or a career. I look at that as what I want to do with my life. I love doing it. I'm a natural for it," he said on his charity work.
But as for a possible Senator or Congressman to add to his growing list of titles: "It won't be anytime soon in my future, but it'll be something I'll at least look at and consider one day."