Coming into the NFL, Tim Tebow was a long shot to be a starting quarterback.
But he took over for Denver last year and appeared to make progress — until this offseason, when he may have hurt his chances at a permanent starting job even more.
Most critics would agree that the area where Tebow needs help is his throwing motion. He takes a while to wind up to pass, resulting in fumbles and poor timing with receivers. His accuracy has also been a major drawback.
But while Tebow spent some time in his free months working on his passing, he also made some curious choices in his other workouts — choices that may make him better at the halfback-style game he popularized as a college quarterback, but not as the NFL passer that Tebow says he wants to be.
Tebow weighed 238 pounds last year with the Broncos — pretty big for a quarterback — and he spent this offseason beefing up even more.
The reason Tebow added the weight, according to the Wall Street Journal article poking into Tebow’s workout...