If you thought the Tim Tebow coverage was going to be out of control when he arrived in New York, you were right.
From Pro Football Talk:
Jets beat writers were offering up live Twitter updates of Tebows interceptions during 7-on-7 drills, but those interceptions led to the general consensus that Tebow is having some growing pains in learning the Jets offense, and that he didnt look as good passing the ball as Mark Sanchez."Its definitely frustrating," Tebow said of throwing two interceptions. "But its 7-on-7. Those plays . . . were the first time I ran them. So Ill learn from it. Honestly, it wont bother me again. When you make the bad play, you got to put it behind you and move on. I felt like I did."
Tebow also worked with the punt unit, serving as a punt protector. The New York media in attendance were sure to note how comfortable he looked at his new spot even though he's never played special teams in the past.