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His jersey already is a best-seller, he’s pitching products for Jockey, EA Sports and Nike. And he’s sure to be under a microscope from the second he steps on the practice field, whenever that may be.

Tebow’s teammates aren’t concerned that he’ll crater under all the attention.

“As successful as he’s been, I’m sure he can handle it,” said 10-year veteran Russ Hochstein.

Rookie tight end Riar Geer said the one thing he’s learned in the four months he’s known him is that Tebow prospers under pressure.

“He definitely thrives on it. He’s a competitor,” Geer said. “Watching him out here in all the workouts, he’s always coming in first place.”


AP Sports Writer Pat Graham contributed to this report.