Tim Tebow is where he should be

Tim Tebow was the starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos on Thursday.

Whether that’s the case or not when the lockout ends is a different story. But Tebow made his debut Thursday at the workouts organized by Denver safety Brian Dawkins near the Broncos’ facility.

Tebow missed the first few sessions because he said he was traveling around the country and working out on his own. Last month, Tebow was working in Denver with several Broncos’ receivers. He said he was pleased to be at Dawkins’ workout Thursday. Last week, Denver running back LenDale White publicly asked for Tebow to join Dawkins’ workout.

Tebow worked with first-team center J.D. Walton as part of his workout Thursday.

“This part is important to show that we're all together," Tebow said Thursday, according to the Denver Post. "I know a lot of us have been throwing and catching and doing what we need to do in other places, but this is big just to show that we're together. You can come together a few times to show, 'Hey, we've got each other's backs.' "

It’s a good idea for Tebow to work with as many as his teammates as possible during the lockout. If Tebow is going to win the starting job in Denver, he’ll need as much of a head start as possible.