Tim Tebow’s work ethic and practice habits are quite impressive. Watching his Year of the Quarterback documentary on ESPN, you could see how hard he works to improve his play. The former Heisman Trophy winner worked hard to prepare for the draft, and then he continued his strong practice efforts throughout his rookie season. He ended up starting the final three games for the Broncos, going 1-2.
The second-year quarterback will have a lot to prove next season because John Elway said three weeks ago the team currently would have Kyle Orton starting. Good thing for Tebow that he’s been focusing solely on football instead of lending his name to every product that comes along and becoming an endorsement whore, like Peyton Manning.
During an interview with The Florida Times-Union to promote his autobiography Through My Eyes (pre-order here) which is due out in May, Tebow explained why he doesn’t do too many commercials. “I have my priorities in a certain order,” he said. “I just don’t have the time right now to do a lot of commercials and ads.”