Curious about how the Jets are planning to use Tim Tebow in their new offense? Well, too bad. The Jets aren't telling — and they're not letting anyone else spoil the surprise, either.
New York practiced its Tebow-led Wildcat offense on Monday, although the team is doing its best to keep that a secret. So much so, they aren't allowing the media to report on the goings-on of practice.
Due to the sensitivity of the situation, media is not permitted to report specifics of Jets Wildcat packages at the closed practice today
— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) August 13, 2012
It's unclear what exactly is so "sensitive" about an offense that's been around the league for several years, but with Rex Ryan and the Jets, we suppose anything's possible. Mark Sanchez playing wide receiver! Tebow running the option! Antonio Cromartie saying silly things!
In any case, it's only a matter of time before the world gets a look at what the Jets have to offer. There are few secrets that teams can keep for long in the NFL, and we wouldn't count on a personnel grouping to be one of them.