Daily look at Tim Tebow in Jets camp
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- A look at Tim Tebow's day at New York Jets training camp:
TEBOW TIME: Tebow worked mainly with the second-string offense Friday, and lined up as the punt protector on special teams.
HOW'D HE DO?: Tebow appeared tentative at times and got an earful from offensive coordinator Tony Sparano for fumbling an early snap. He was unofficially 4 for 5 in 11-on-11 drills, and had a 40-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Kerley that was negated by a penalty. Tebow was also ''sacked'' by Nick Bellore on his first snap in team drills.
TEBOWMANIA: One storefront in downtown Cortland is decorated with pictures of Tebow and various T-shirts, including one that says ''Welcome to Tebowtown. Cortland, N.Y.,'' and another with a silhouette of the backup quarterback in his ''Tebowing'' pose.
TALKING TEBOW: ''I like the way he's looking down the field. He's made some nice throws. And then, there's times, let it go early. But the thing that's unusual, the hardest thing to do is have touch on that deep ball, and he really does have it. ... Overall, I'm impressed with the way he throws the ball down the field. Sometimes the touch on the shorter passes, he's working hard at getting better at those things as well.'' - Jets coach Rex Ryan.