It’s nonetheless early within the Tim Tebow experiment in Jacksonville, however thus far, Jaguars coach Urban Meyer appears happy with Tebow’s effort.
According to Meyer, Tebow — who’s attempting to transform from quarterback to tight end — is picking issues up “decently” at his new place.
“Oh, Tim has done a decent job. We all know this is a new position for him,” Meyer mentioned, per John Reid of the Florida Times-Union. “He’s a great teammate. In the locker room, I can see everybody getting along, we have good chemistry on our team. But he’s picked it up decently.”
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That could not appear to be a ringing endorsement, however contemplating that Tebow hasn’t performed a regular-season NFL sport since 2012 and spent the final 5 years enjoying minor league baseball, “decent” begins to sound fairly good.
That’s very true when contrasting these feedback to Meyer saying it was “awkward” seeing Tebow at tight end throughout his first apply.
Meyer additionally mentioned that it’s troublesome to gauge precisely how gamers are doing till absolutely padded coaching camp practices happen.
“You wish you could see and do (more),” Meyer said. ”In spring football, you have full pads and scrimmages, and you can really evaluate, but it’s kind of tough right now.”
It could also be exhausting to know precisely how Tebow stacks up, nevertheless it appears to be like as if he is placing up a combat as he makes an attempt an inconceivable comeback.