(LOS ANGELES) — Even though Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow led the team to a division title and a wild-card playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, he completed just 46.5% of his passes. That is something he is making a point to work on during the offseason.
Tebow has been working with UCLA offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone and his son Taylor to improve his throwing mechanics. He had trained with the Mazzones leading up to the 2010 NFL draft, when the Broncos selected him in the first round.
“He just came out here to throw and work on a few things and see if we can just become a little more efficient in what he’s doing,” Noel Mazzone said. “Throwing motion, footwork, everything I work on with all my quarterbacks.”
Tebow has been in the NFL for two seasons, and during that time he has completed just 47.3% of his passes.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire