Tim Tebow Works Out With Vinny Testaverde

Oct 14, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow (15) after the second half against the Indianapolis Colts at Metlife Stadium. The Jets won the game 35-9. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

While Tim Tebow is uncertain about his future with the New York Jets, he is doing everything in his power to better himself as a quarterback during the offseason in hopes of getting a shot. Tebow reportedly spent some time working out with former NFL signal-caller Vinny Testaverde as he looks to improve his mechanics, according to BayNews9.com.

Tebow and Testaverde worked out at Jesuit High School in Tampa, which is appropriate since Jesuit very closely remembers the name Jesus.

You have to respect that Tebow is working on better himself as a quarterback, but there is almost no chance that his effort will result in a starting gig.

Ultimately, it’s hard to see Tebow getting a job as anything other than a back up quarterback. With the spread option making a comeback in the NFL, mobile quarterbacks are more valuable than ever. Unfortunately for Tebow, he won’t be getting a starting shot.

Tebow will likely spend next season running the scout team offense and protecting the punter, while he prepares his team’s defense for the mobile quarterback they will face in the upcoming week.

Topics: New York Jets, Tim Tebow, Vinny Testaverde

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  • King_Solomon1

    THE AUTHOR IS A HATE FILLED LOON WHO COULD NOT RUN A FLAG FOOTBALL TEAM. TEBOW WILL START AND WIN

  • http://www.facebook.com/el.charro.one Gary Schneider

    I also think that whoever wrote this article is so biased against Tim Tebow that what he says does not make any sense at all.

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