Tim Tebow's NFL Draft "Pro Day" in Gainesville on March 17 will be a huge deal -- the biggest NFL Draft story between now and the NFL Draft itself -- but don't discount the news of individual workouts he will schedule with specific teams.
For example, there's a report about both the Seahawks and the Bills scheduling private sessions with Tebow, which begs a few questions:
*Are they eyeing Tebow for the 1st round? As both have Top 10 picks, that can't possibly be right, so they are probably trying to see if they need to figure out a way to take him at the top of the 2nd. (I think that if he was available then, the Bills would jump.)
*My presumption was that Tebow didn't fit the profile of a "Pete Carroll QB" -- Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart, Mark Sanchez, Matt Barkley... even Matt Cassel. These are standard, drop-back, "prototype" and "NFL-style" QBs. That isn't Tebow. Interesting.
Regardless, keep an eye on the teams lining up Tebow for private workouts. Maybe they are merely indulging their owners or want to draft off the p.r. buzz that comes with being in Tebow's gravitational pull, but maybe they are signaling a very real interest.