Neither Mark Sanchez nor Tim Tebow had an exceptional day on the field Thursday, the second OTA session open to the media, but Sanchez continued to light it up in the classroom, according to Rex Ryan and Tony Sparano.
Both coaches praised Sanchez’s work ethic and ability to learn the new offense. In fact, Sparano called him the hardest-working player on offense, which he expects from his starting QB. Ryan said Sanchez exudes leadership in the classroom, claiming that Tebow’s larger-than-life presence has had no negative impact on his No. 1 signal caller.
“You talk about leadership and Sanchez,” Ryan said. “I think the best thing how Sanchez is leading is in the classroom.
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