Add Dan Marino to the list of NFL luminaries who are unimpressed with Tim Tebow's passing skills.
"Tim Tebow is a great kid. He's a great athlete. He's one of the best college players to ever play the game. But as far as being able to play at a high level as far as throwing the football in the league, he's just not there yet," Marino told Marc Lamont Hill during a visit to HuffPost Live on Wednesday.
The Hall of Fame quarterback dropped by HuffPost Live to discuss planning for retirement in his role as an AARP Men's Life Ambassador but also talked a little football, including the Eagles' chances in 2013 and the Jets' quarterback battle. While Marino was decidedly lukewarm about Tebow's future in the NFL, he revealed that he would like to continue his own involvement with the league.
"I still think about getting into football in some capacity," Marino told Lamont Hill.
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