Harrison: Teaching Mr. Tebow
Improving Tim Tebow's performance in the passing game will be one of the keys to Denver's 2012 season, Elliot Harrison writes. More...
According to the website, Mazzone and his son, Taylor, have been working on Tebow's much-maligned mechanics twice per day.
"It's kind of like a golfer who hit that bad drive," Mazzone said. "Every other guy in the foursome can tell you what you did wrong and all three opinions are different. We're just going out and kind of going back to the basics and working on some fundamentals to try and become a little more efficient."
Noel Mazzone said the sessions will last through the weekend and maybe longer. The Mazzones worked with Tebow when he left the University of Florida and also last offseason.
"Obviously I wouldn't do anything that would go against what their beliefs are," he said. "I know after coaching quarterbacks for a long time, they're like girlfriends. You don't like other guys messing with them."