Posted July 30, 2012 on
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Tim Tebow is practicing one of his old tricks.
The New York Jets backup quarterback completed a jump pass on a fake punt during practice at training camp Monday. Tebow was lined up as the up-back when he took the direct snap, dropped back and then hopped and completed a short pass to tight end Jeff Cumberland.
Tebow first unveiled his jump pass while playing for the University of Florida, sparking the Gators to a 23-10 victory over LSU in 2006.
Tebow, Mark Sanchez's backup, has been practicing as the punt protector on special teams since training camp began last Friday. He is also expected to enter games when the Jets use a wildcat-style package, but the team has yet to work on that this summer.
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After a rough practice and being heckled by the New York Jets fans, Tim Tebow needed someone to blame for his ineptitude to throw the football. Milli Vanilli taught us to, “Blame it on the rain” or did they teach us not to lip sync? Regardless…after Jets practice Saturday the backup quarterback went for a [...]
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What does Tim Tebow think of all the media coverage his shirtless workout after a recent Jets practice? He answered all those questions.
Tim Tebow took his shirt off over the weekend after a Jets practice and almost broke the internet. Basically the guy has put on like 10 pounds of muscle this off-season in preparation for playing special teams and doing even more running in the red zone as a backup QB. Clearly this hasn't helped his passing game because the word is he can't even come close to his...
Your first Tim Tebow update out of Jets camp? Other than being booed by spectators, Saturday the headline was, Tebow runs shirtless in the rain. Someone even created a video of it, set in slow motion and blended it with a the famous scene from the old school movie “10″ featuring Bo Derek . She [...]
ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski is currently in Cortland, NY checking out the New York Jets’ training camp and of course keeping a close eye on quarterback Tim Tebow.
Jaws noticed that Tebow’s throwing motion has improved.
“The one thing I’ve noticed about Tim Tebow — and it’s a small sampling thus far — is his stroke is much better,” said Jaworski, per ProFootballTalk...
One of the more iconic movie moments of all-time has to actress Bo Derek running on the beach in a swimsuit in the movie, "10".Well, it appears that some intrepid New York Jets/Tim Tebow (not sure which) fan decided to put together this incredibly hilarious mash-up clip.Watch as Bo turns into Tebow running in the rain:
Remember around four months ago, when Giants owner John Mara decided to mock the Jets over Tim Tebow's much-ballyhooed arrival?
Yeah, well, he's at it again.
During an interview Wednesday on ESPN New York 98.7 FM, Mara was asked whether he'd heard of Jerry Jones' latest salvo in the Giants-Cowboys rivalry. His answer had nothing to do with Big D, and everything...
So this made the rounds a few days ago. Jets backup QB Tim Tebow makes national headlines for just about anything he does, so you know their was a media firestorm when he was filmed running shirtless in the rain, his rippling muscles covered in a mixture of sweat and precipitation. For his part, Tebow couldn’t understand what all the fuss was about, but with a potential...
TJ Rosenthal is back with his weekly No Huddle, looking at some early trends from New York Jets training camp in Cortland, New York. Make sure to give TJ a follow on Twitter and check back later in the day for a feature on running back Bilal Powell. We will also resume our Beat Writers Power Rankings this Wednesday, so send suggestions to myself, Chris Gross or Mike Donnelly
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan provided a few thoughts on Tim Tebow what the Jets second-string quarterback needs to focus on during training camp.
There is a chance that Tim Tebow isn’t the only player on the Mew York Jets playing multiple positions, as Antonio Cromartie is eyeing an opportunity to play on the Jets offense. He hasn’t been running with the offense at this point in training camp, but he already has a self-evaluation of where he falls [...]
The Jets have been the most talked about team in New York despite the Giants being the defending world champions. Every time I turn on NFL Network, there is Rex Ryan and Tim Tebow, with no mention of the Giants. Could this be intentional or is it done purposefully? At first thought, I blamed it on coincidence but that’s a little silly to think. Then I started thinking about it...
Stephen A. Smith went the Mike Francesa Revis route on WEPN yesterday by directly asking NY Jets, ah, quarterback Tim Tebow what he thought of the fact that Smith doesn't think he can throw:
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DISCLAIMER: I realize the irony that I’m writing more about stories that don’t need to be written anymore about. I hope my points can act as the final nail in the coffin so we can bury these stories and never have to talk about them again. Please, continue.
Call me a cynic, but lately I’ve been feeling like Will McAvoy from “The Newsroom”(fantastic show on HBO, must watch...