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May is typically a quiet month in NFL circles, but for the Jets, the attention surrounding Tim Tebow made life at their Florham Park facility feel like they were prepping for a playoff game. On Thursday the locker room was open to the media for the first time during the team's voluntary offseason workouts, and more than 50 reporters, cameramen and an ESPN crew showed.
The masses weren't there to chat about the team's recent draft, and Tebow's new teammates were forced to weigh in on Tebowmania.
"For one, he brings more media into the locker room -- as if that's possible," tight end Dustin Keller told the New York Post, chuckling.
"I'm not sick of the [Tebow] questions, but it's only May," quarterback Mark Sanchez offered to reporters.
Sanchez and pro football's most famous backup were asked about any brewing quarterback competition in the coming months. The incumbent starter presented his case: Tebow is the team's No. 2, an...