Tim Tebow (right) took questions at a fundraiser fundraiser for his foundation and the Providence School on Friday in Jacksonville, Fla. (Bruce Lipsky / AP)

While NFL players are showing up for the first organized team activities of the 2013 season, one aspiring pro quarterback materialized Sunday night in a rather unlikely place: on the “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” season finale.

That QB would be Tim Tebow, who had been enlisted to make a $200,000 charitable contribution to help Trace Adkins win Donald Trump’s reality show. Although there was some manufactured drama about whether Tebow would show (you might have heard that he’s presently unemployed in football), he did indeed arrive in crunch time (shades of Tebowmania) to help Adkins win.

The finale was also noteworthy for the presence of international diplomat Dennis Rodman, who managed to make Donald Trump’s hairstyle look normal.

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