As far as off the field, Bart is all in as well:
“How can you ever not accept somebody who has humility, works hard, who’s a great teammate?” Scott said. “I knew Tebow well before he came here and he showed me the respect, just hearing me out, asking me how he could be a better pro. Guys don’t do that. You see the cameras that follow him. Half (the media) wouldn’t be here if he wasn’t here. He takes it all in stride, and it never affects his relationship with his teammates.”
You know a guy has been accepted on a team when veterans take the chance to tease him. When asked about Tebow’s shirtless run, Scott did just that:
“That slow-motion run,” Scott said. “Like I told him, I’ve never seen anybody decide to take their shirt off in the rain. Usually I put stuff on. Maybe it was holy water, I don’t know.”
It has to be a good sign when Rex Ryan’s most leaned on veteran accepts the guy. Bart makes a good point about how the Wildcat can create headaches for a defense. Hopefully, it won’t cause Mark Sanchez too many problems with his rhythm, that’s all I ask.