There's been no pedestal for Tim Tebow to step on during the Jacksonville Jaguars' offseason program.
No access granted yet for him to share his feelings publicly on why he's back on the field again trying to make an NFL comeback past his prime with his hometown NFL team.
After eight offseason practices, Tebow, 33, has not done anything to say "Look at me," the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner who helped Urban Meyer win two national championships as the Florida Gators starting quarterback.
Instead, he has been low-key, trying to absorb as much as possible learning a new tight end position and fitting in on a young roster. Tebow is trying to take advantage of limited reps that are split with tight ends Chris Manhertz, James O'Shaughnessy, rookie Luke Farrell, Ben Ellefson, and Tyler Davis.