By ANDREW ASTLEFORD
FOX Sports Florida
TAMPA, Fla. His stakes were low, his field was small and some of his targets were tiny, but there Tim Tebow stood, throwing a football before a crowd with smart phones at the ready.
The former Heisman Trophy winner spent the better part of two hours Saturday afternoon at D1 Sports Training and Therapy center playing in what amounted to a sandlot football game.
About 100 fans participants ranging from age 7 to adults paid 150 (50 for club members) to train with the former Florida quarterback and Denver Broncos and New York Jets fascination. Stretching techniques were taught, as were various common on-field drills. The days highlight, though, was playing time with Tebow on a synthetic turf.
The quarterback showed a variety of emotions between snaps: High-fiving teammates; clenching his fists and yelling, Ohhh! after dropped passes; raising his palms toward the ceiling after touchdown catches.
Keep working hard, Tebow told a group of par...