Opinions were mixed on how much Florida quarterback Tim Tebow improved his throwing motion during his Pro Day on Wednesday. However, one draft expert who appears to have changed his tune is ESPN’s Todd McShay, who came away impressed with how much Tebow had progressed.
Seattle's recent trade to secure quarterback Charlie Whitehurst might have changed the Seahawks’ draft plans. But Seattle remains one of five teams Tebow is scheduled for a private workout. Other teams include Buffalo, New England, Washington and Cleveland.Take a look at McShay’s comments in the video below.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports says Tebow’s throwing motion is better but still needs work.
Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated questions whether all the tinkering with Tebow’s throwing motion will lead to success in the NFL.
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Doug Farrar of Yahoo Sports’ Shutdown Corner discusses the differing opinions on Tebow’s throwing motion.
Here’s my story on the Charlie Whitehurst trade from Wednesday.
Our own Dave Boling weighs in the Whitehurst trade. His take? Why not, it’s hard to mess up a team that has only won nine games in two years. I find it hard to disagree with that.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter and John Clayton report the Whitehurst trade has been completed and the Seahawks have signed him to a two-year, $8 million deal that includes $2 million more in incentitves.
Michael Lombardi of the National Football Post likes Seattle’s move to get Whitehurst, and says demand drove up the San Diego restricted free agent’s asking price.
Matt Bowen of the National Football Post says the Whitehurst deal might affect Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen’s draft status in a bad way.
Peter Schrager of Fox Sports believes Pete Carroll holds the keys to this year’s draft. He’s describes Carroll’s coaching staff as the NFL’s version of Ocean’s 11, with Carroll playing George Clooney.