Tim Tebow has yet to clock any consistent time playing professional football with two teams in the NFL. Tebow made some noise at the end of the last season, taking the Denver Broncos to the playoffs and subsequently being a pawn in Peyton Manning's contract negotiations.
Isn't it time he gets his due after such a stellar college career? FoxSports covers the news coming out of the Jets camp that may provide the answer.
Tebow, knocked for his inconsistency as a passer, thrived last season in Denver when the Broncos made him the starting quarterback and restructured their offense around him. He ended up running for 660 yards and was a threat for a big gain at any time. The Jets would keep Mark Sanchez as the starting quarterback, but by having Tebow lined up behind him, they could keep the Patriots guessing: Will Sanchez throw it? Will Sanchez hand it off to Tebow? Will Tebow throw it? Will Tebow get a direct snap and try to make a play?
This could be the next evolution of Tebow - a two quarterback system, with a built-in running back, which will keep other teams guessing and give the Jets a potentially impactful advantage.
How does the man in question feel about the situation?
''I would be ready for whatever I would be asked to do, absolutely,'' Tebow said Wednesday.
Atta boy, Tim: A true team player. Although, Jets head coach Rex Ryan remains ambiguous as to just what Tebow's position on the team will be.
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