There are reportedly at least five teams interested in working out Florida QB Tim Tebow. The Redskins, who hold the fourth and 36th pick in the draft, are one of those teams.
The Redskins brass including GM Bruce Allen, head coach Mike Shanahan and director of player personnel Scott Campbell flew down to Gainesville to visit with the Florida quarterback.
According to FanHouse.com, the private workout was conducted on Saturday.
Tebow is rated as a second- or third-round quarterback choice by most analysts, but helped his stock Wednesday when he unveiled a new (and improved) throwing motion at Florida's pro day. The Redskins' regional scout was at the session attended by close to 100 NFL coaches, executives and personnel types. Now Shanahan and Allen will check out what the buzz is about.
The Redskins are also reportedly hosting Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford for a private workout on April 15th.