A throwing coach who worked with
“In shorts, out there on the football field, he changed his motion and he’s very smooth,” said Dennis Gile, a former
Tebow signed with the
Giles, speaking in a phone interview, said he worked on “unlocking” Tebow’s upper body, which in turn enabled him to shorten his stride and become more fluid and less choppy in his delivery. Giles believes Tebow stands a good chance of making the Patriots’ 53-man roster, which is certainly no lock for a player who, according to
"I think he'll make it," Giles said. "He has all the intangibles, not just throwing the football. He's a great leader, a great person, and he'll be great for that organization. I know Tim's not going to cause distractions or be on the sidelines throwing a fit, or acting like some guys in the NFL that are a distraction on that team.
"Not to mention, he'll sell a million jerseys and make the team a lot of money."