Found April 16, 2012 on NESN.com:
Tim Tebow has yet to put on a Jets jersey, but New York fans are already giving him a frosty reception. Tebow was sitting a few rows deep in the crowd at Yankee Stadium for Sunday night’s game against the Angels when the camera panned to him and the home crowd met him with a chorus of boos. Only a few fans cheered the sight of Tebow, who was wearing a Yankees hat. Dwyane Wade, seated behind Tebow, also got boos from the crowd. But Wade -- who has an excuse, considering he led the Heat past the Knicks earlier...
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