Tim Tebow and LeBron James in the same city?
According to super agent Drew Rosenhaus, it could happen.
South Beach isn't exactly in the heart of Tebowland, but the polarizing quarterback is essentially a football legend in the entire state of Florida.
And we know Dolphins owner Stephen Ross isn't afraid to be courageous—even if it means being a little controversial—with the marketing of his franchise.
Remember, Miami was on HBO's Hard Knocks last summer despite hiring a new, more subdued head coach in Joe Philbin.
While the Dolphins have yet to take an official public stance on Tebow, it sounds like there's at least a chance he lands in Miami Gardens.
Would Tebow be a good fit?
For an upstart team that swung the door of the money vault wide open during free agency, Tebow's draw would definitely be even more of a publicity boost.
In 2012, the Dolphins had the fourth-lowest average home-game attendance—only the St. Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders averaged fewer fans in the seats at home.
Yes, Tebow would sell tickets in Miami.
After all, the Dolphins did honor Tebow during halftime of the game against his Denver Broncos in 2011.
Could Tim Tebow be a good fit with the Miami Dolphins?
From a schematic standpont, which ultimately should be the most important factor in signing him, Tebow could carve out a niche as a short-yardage Wildcat quarterback.
Ryan Tannehill appears to be in line for a bright future, therefore, subbing him for Tebow could be seen as a blatant mistake, but the former New York Jets signal-caller—can I call him that?—is a fine power runner and keeping those chains moving is vital in the NFL.
Mammoth fullback Jorvorskie Lane is 5'11" and nearly 260 pounds; however, it's hard to call him a short-yardage specialist just yet.
He carried the ball 13 times for 13 yards last season.
Obviously, running backs Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller could and most likely will be given the ball on 3rd-and-short situations, but Tebow at least would pose some threat to throw and can be a bulldozer up the middle.
He'll create a major stir if he lands anywhere in the NFL, but coming back to his hometown state to play with the Miami Dolphins just might happen.