Revis sits, Scott backs Tebow
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CORTLAND, N.Y. - On the first day of full pads at Jets training camp, cornerback Darrelle Revis insisted a slight hamstring injury really is just an injury this time and linebacker Bart Scott sang the praises of the Wildcat offense and having Tim Tebow quarterbacking it.
Revis exaggerated a hamstring injury two years ago as a form of protest over his contract, and while he is still unhappy with it he insisted this was strictly a precautionary health issue and nothing more.
While the team has yet to show off its Wildcat offense in practice Scott says it's a valuable weapon to have because it keeps the opposing defense questioning what is going to happen, and Tebow is the perfect man to run it because he has the toughness of a running back with the ability to throw the ball.