Mark Sanchez has worked with Tim Tebow for few days. Everyone is keen to know what his impression about the new teammate is. Sanchez is very much pleased with the effort given by Tebow in the offseason sessions of the team, as reported by the New York Post. This report was given by Sanchez in White Plains’ West Chester Mall. Tim Tebow has been a great player to work with Sanchez. He has been marked as a good competitor where he did absolute justice to his job, as the reports say.
The efforts of Tebow while working with Sanchez, made him famous as an advertised good player, if at all, can’t be considered as a better player. “The addition of Tebow in the team and his involvement has been great and it’s a thrilling experience to work with him.” said Sanchez.
Tebow was acquired from Denver Broncos, by the Jets, in the month of March as and when he arrived at New York. It was done in order to back up the player, Sanchez. It was also another tricky way to push Sanchez so that he may have the competitive mood back. About Tebow, reports say, he promised that it was the weight room where he would work hard.
According to the words of Sanchez, “Tebow has worked out exactly according to the way he said. If Tebow is considered as a competitor, he should be rated highly.” He also added to his comments that Tebow is the player who is of the type as same as that is wanted in any offseason program.
Tebow is of a very competitive mentality, works hard and even competes in the weight room. This makes Sanchez feel good to work with such a big strong guy like Tebow. Putting a little more weight onto the muscles was the main goal of Sanchez, during the offseason. Reports say that Sanchez has moved on to take a beat during the season and he feels the transition is good and he felt great to work with Tim all the while.
Sanchez involved himself in signing autographs and taking questions from every audience. But at the same time reports say that he refused to speak any word regarding his new teammate and the time he had spent with him, with a reporter. He also explained the reason behind such a behavior towards the reporters. He explained that the handlers didn’t allow him to conduct any interview. So he was forced to decline from speaking to the reporters.
The Vikings got lucky with an approval for a public subsidy to build their football stadium. The subsidy was approved by The Senate committee of Minnesota. The team had put in a struggling effort to spark the stalled debate just a few hours after Roger Goodell, the NFL Commissioner, had paid a visit to the Capitol of the state.
The bill was passed on an 8-6 vote by the Local Government as well as the Elections Committee of the Senate. The hearing stretched as long as four hours. The bill has still a long way to go, but the vote gave a new start to the proposal of a $975 million arena.
“We are definitely pleased that the bill has progressed and moved forward,” said Leger Bagley, the Vikings’ in charge for stadium development, immediately after the vote. “It has been a high and low week.”
The setback regarding the bill is what prompted Goodell to visit on Friday. Art Rooney II, the owner of Pittsburg Steelers and Goodell met Governor Mark Dayton on Friday morning along with other legislative leaders. The aim of the meeting was to point out how important it was to resolve the decade long pursuit of the Vikings for a replacement of their ground Metrodome. However the Vikings are slated to play there the next season as well, but their lease at the dome has already expired. This gives rise to the fears that some other city like Los Angeles, who want to have their own football team, could buy out the franchise and Goodell was not at all pleased by the prospect.
“They came to say that this is high time,” Dayton said after his meeting with the two.
The Vikings owners Zygi along with Mark Wilf were absent from the meeting. After the meeting was over, almost everyone present in the room agreed that the matter needed to be pursued with a sense of urgency.
“It is not that we are acting now because of the threats that have seemed to arise,” said Goodell, “We have talked about the priority of having a solution that will be beneficial for both the team and the community. It has been discussed for a number of years now. I feel that the leaders and Governor have understood that the time to act has arrived.”
Dayton had already been pushing for the deal to be passed for several months.
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