The media is all over New Orleans, La. for this week's Super Bowl XLVII, and Tuesday an ESPN Tebow comment unintentionally made the air. Hannah Storm and Mark Schlereth were chatting and didn't realize the cameras were catching it. As The Inquisitr shared on Jan. 29, it wasn't a terribly juicy tidbit about New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow, but people are buzzing about it nonetheless.
The ESPN Tebow comment came from Mark Schlereth. He said that he had talked to a number of Broncos coaches and they felt Tim Teblow wasn't “a fluid enough athlete to go over and play tight end.” They apparently also said, “he doesn't catch the ball naturally either.” While some hearing that ESPN accidentally let some dish hit the airwaves may sound potentially exciting, most are just shrugging about what Schlereth actually said. Why anybody was even saying anything about Tebow's inability to move to tight end may seem a bit perplexing.
Granted after ESPN's Tebow slip the reporters may make a habit of double-checking whether the camera is rolling before they say anything not meant to be shared universally. Next time they do slip up, many hope it will be on something far juicier.