Has Tim Tebow gotten any better?

Tim Tebow #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles plays in the game against the Indianapolis Colts on August 16, 2015 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Tim Tebow #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles plays in the game against the Indianapolis Colts on August 16, 2015 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Tim Tebow, who hasn’t played in a regular season game since 2012, signed with the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason looking to make the team’s roster. He didn’t seem to help his case this past weekend. In a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens, Tebow missed some open receivers and completed two of his five passes for 13 yards (though he did rush for 31). On some plays, he held onto the ball for too long, raising questions about his growth since his last stint in the NFL.

So has Tebow shown any signs of improving as a player this preseason? Eagles analyst Mike Quick broke it down on SiriusXM Bleacher Report Radio.

“I think he did get better, but he had a long way to go,” Quick said. “I think his passing has gotten so much better. He spent some time with different specialists, working on his throwing motions. […] He has skills that normal quarterbacks don’t have. He has a big body. He almost has the body of a small linebacker.”

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