Tim Tebow: New Jets QB Will Attend Mark Sanchez's Passing Camp This Summer
The news comes from Manish Mehta the New York Daily News:
Sanchez, hoping to establish himself as the unquestioned leader of the offense, extended the invitation to his backup. Sanchez and Tebow, who have had their every move dissected to extreme levels ever since the backup QB arrived via a trade with Denver in March, will headline a group of skill position players that will participate in this annual rite of summer.
So much for these two hating each other, which appears to be what the media so desperately wants.
Tebow and Sanchez are locked in a quarterback controversy, a position battle, a fight to the death, whatever you want to call it, and all the juicy news would come from them not getting along.
But now, here is Sanchez, QB1, going out of his way to help his backup succeed. Nothing to see here.
Instead, this camp will serve as a time for Jets skill players to get better as a core.
Not only will it give Tebow, who completed just 46.5 percent of his passes in 2011, more chances to develop timing and accuracy with his new Jets teammates, it will also serve as a good way for everyone to develop an important rapport.
Back in 2010, Dustin Keller and Sanchez credited their early success to the offseason work they put in, and that includes Jets West, according to Keller (via Sean Brennan of the NY Daily News):
Whether it was just being in this building back when (Sanchez's) knee was hurt and he couldn't do much throwing, to being in this building and watching a lot of film with him or if it was "Jets West"...things like that were huge in our development.
It may seem like Tebow has been in the spotlight for about 47 years, but people forget he is still just 24.
Will this camp be beneficial to Tim Tebow?
The young quarterback from Florida still has lots of room for improvement, and even though he's started 23 games in the NFL, he will benefit from special offseason camps like this.
According to the report, Santonio Holmes didn't invite Tebow to Orlando a few months ago for workouts with Sanchez, Keller and Patrick Turner.
So while Jets West will be crucial in continuing to develop Tebow as a player, it is also important that he develops a relationship with those around him.
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