Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 10/20/14

NEW YORK - APRIL 20: (EDITORS NOTE: IMAGES HAVE BEEN DIGITALLY MANIPULATED) Bart Scott of the New York Jets poses for a portrait on April 20, 2009 in New York, New York. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
Former New York Jets running back LaDanian Tomlison said he believes he knows who called Tebow "terrible" in a report by the New York Daily News on Wednesday.   Tomlison said on his Sirius XM Radio Show Wednesday that after reading the quotes he believes cornerback Antonio Cromartie and linebacker Bart Scott were the ones ripping Tebow. Scott fired back at Tomlison telling the New York Post, “That can’t be farther from the truth.  One thing about me is I ain’t ever hid behind [junk] that I’ve ever said. I’m not afraid to put my name to it, go to a person and say it to them.” Scott said the team is a family and will stick together. “Why would I have those comments and then have another article about we’re a family?” Scott said. “The same day, am I bipolar? LaDainian is out of line in thinking I have that type of character. I don’t know what he believes I showed to him when he was here. If anything, I hope I showed him I was a leader and I never try to be a distraction.” Many of the Jets players believe the quotes were fabricated or said by only one person. “I’ve been here four years,” Scott said. “It’s always an anonymous source. An anonymous source can be the janitor. An anonymous source can be the cable guy. An anonymous source can be the equipment guy. Anybody can be an anonymous source. If you don’t tell them to put their name to it, what credibility do you have? “I think the anonymous person is probably some smoke in the air or a fart off somebody’s [butt].” Click link below to read full story!
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