I seriously wonder who it was rofl.
Throwing motions, I will give you that. Tebow is a bullrushing spread QB who can hit like a linebacker playing QB. He has been lucky in college, but I don't see it translating over to the pro's.
Those media personnel knew better. That was unethical from a reporter's standpoint.
As for Tebow its nice and all that he scored, but he will learn real quick you don't do that on the last play of a preseasn game. The object is to get ready and come out with minimal injuries. Tebow also has to learn that if he wants to be a QB in the NFL he can't take hits like he did from Hebert.
I take back what I said, Apparently on the Press Pass it tells you straight out no auto graphs. so yea, sorry
Hey Sparky! Indian Hill English teachers taught me everything I know!
Bad week for sports media as it relates to press conferences.
Apparently, an Arkansas reporter was fired for wearing a Florida hat to a Razorback press conference, as referenced a few threads below this.
Asking Tebow for an autograph in any case is bad taste, journalist or not.
I find it amazing that media guys have no problem eating other people alive but no names have come from this? Typical I guess.
Cincinnati Here We Go.
26 Years and Counting...
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