July 30, 2012 12:00 AM
" The good news is that none of Tim Tebow's Jets teammates seem to mind the amount of attention that he's getting from the media.
On some teams, the fact that a backup quarterback gets treated with fawning attention usually reserved for superstars and starlets would be a fairly big problem. The Jets, though, have treated Tebow making the cover of tabloids for running through the rain shirtless as the completely ridiculous and absurd happening that it is.
Bart Scott joked that it was holy water, the team's quarterbacks razzed Tebow for wearing a shirt to their position meeting and Tebow himself proved that he's not fazed by all the attention by promptly going topless for the rest of the meeting. These kinds of things have led to issues with other teams in various sports in the past, but it does seem that the Jets' experience in the center ring of many a media circus has left them with the proper attitude about all the nonsense.
So that's the good news. The bad news comes in a couple of different forms "
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