Tim Tebow’s life is good.

Earlier this season, he got yet another shot to make an NFL roster, playing in four preseason games with the Philadelphia Eagles as the team’s third-team quarterback.

When that didn’t work out, he just took his money from three full professional seasons (2010-12) and waltzed back into his job as a lead analyst on the ESPN-supervised SEC Network.

Oh, and he started dating a former Miss USA who happens to be a model.

The only “problem,” if one can call it that, is that Olivia Culpo decided not to be involved with Tebow any more. According to the New York Daily News, Tebow’s long-public decision to remain abstinent until marriage led her to end their two-month relationship.

“She had to break up with him because she just couldn’t handle it,” a source told the New York Daily News. “He still hits her up, but she just can’t deal with the sex thing. He’s pretty adamant about it, I guess.”

It’s just one man’s opinion, but Tebow has gotten much better at his job as an analyst in 2015. He’s less stilted. He still has moments that make him seem simple-minded, and on occasion doesn’t blend as well as professionals like Dari Nowkhah.

But his “freak of the week” segment has become a staple on the Saturday morning “SEC Nation” show. And his positive enthusiasm is fun.

A devout Christian, Tebow’s love life and faith have been prominent cultural topics since he won a Heisman Trophy and two national championships as a quarterback at the University of Florida (2006-09).

For those curious how Tebow treats a woman he dates, puppy love may be the correct term, according to the report.

“He was really into (Culpo),” the source told the New York Daily News. “He was sending her love letters and cute notes and professing his love for her.”

Sort of like what should be the end of Tebow’s NFL career, the conclusion of this latest relationship surely will lead to another, as Tebow is one of the most sought-after bachelors in the country.

If the worst thing he has to overcome in his current life is splitting from a beautiful woman because of his moral values, he’ll be just fine.