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Tebow Laying Low, Hoping for Comeback

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PHOENIX — To most bystanders, Tim Tebow looks like just another runner training in the Arizona winter, sprinting up and down a track, building up an afternoon sweat.

He’s wearing typical Tebow clothes — blue shorts, a gray beanie and white v-neck — in surprisingly chilly (50 degrees) Phoenix on Monday. A few students from Paradise Valley Community College meander by, but none realizes the most famous backup quarterback in the NFL is working out right in front of them.

It’s a far cry from just six months ago, when Tebow couldn’t even take off his shirt at Jets training camp without making national news. Now, after a disastrous season with the Jets, Tebow is practically a recluse, working hard to save his career, not knowing if, when or where it will...

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