Tebow says he is improving

Jets backup believes he can be a starting QB in the NFL. Terry McCormick

Print This October 26, 2012, 08:33 AM EST

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Tim Tebow said he believes he is improving in practice and can become a successful starting quarterback again someday in the NFL.

Tebow did a one-on-one sitdown with the New York Daily News and was typical Tebow. There weren't any controversial moments and he professed his support for current starter Mark Sanchez among the topics discussed.

“I’m working on a lot of things and feeling like I’m getting better. Looking forward to one day being able to show some of those things... You never know for me. My role, it could expand,” Tebow said of working to improve.

About the closest thing Tebow said toward anything controversial was his remark that the Jets have had a history of too much talk. Hard to argue that point, Tim.

“We’ve had a history here of people talking too much. You just don’t want to do that," Tebow said.

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