"I don't know what the future holds, but I know who holds my future, that's something that has always given me peace and comfort. That's why I don't have to worry about the future. I can just worry about today and worry about becoming better as a football player and a person."
He also said that he was "not sure" if he would ever be a starting NFL quarterback again. Sigh. If the Bleacher Report Style Guide allowed for it, I would put a frowny-face emoticon beginning every paragraph.
Tebow then goes on to say that he wants to "be the best quarterback, best teammate, best football player I can be and just be someone that adds something to that locker room," hinting at his real motives as a New York Jet.
You aren't just "the best quarterback you can be" and not plan to be a starter. Tebow obviously wants the primary gig, and will never ever make a speech declaring his true feelings; instead we get these soundbites laced with subliminal hints that Tebow isn't too pleased about his current job position.
But jeez. "Not sure?" One could just dress Tebow in all black and loop Kansas songs in the background.
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