By Joseph Santoliquito

PHILADELPHIA, PA (CBS) — Tim Tebow is looking sharp. Maybe a little sharper than expected. His work with former Major League pitcher Tom House has sure spelled dividends. The lefty Tebow is throwing far better than he was two years ago, when he last played in the NFL.

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The former Heisman Trophy winner could make the Eagles. The OTAs have aided him getting in additional reps.

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“It’s a lot of work. It’s science, mechanics, and fundamentals. You go back to the basics and early teaching yoursel the process (of throwing a football again),” Tebow said to a media contigent on Monday at the Eagles’ OTAs at the NovaCare Complex. “It’s feet, it starts with your feet. There have been a bunch of pitchers out there with us, working on the same things. I feel a lot more comfortable throwing the ball. The ability to anticipate and ability to throw intermediate routes and get the ball out quicker. I feel comfortable with a lot of different things that I’m doing.”

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Tebow said the up tempo of Chip Kelly’s offense has been a lot of fun. He likes receivers in space, and the use of play-action gives him different looks and options. He said he’s trying to put as much work as he can in.