New York Jets safety LaRon Landry will appear on ESPN First Take Wednesday to debate Skip Bayless on various topics around the world of sports. Some Super Bowl XLVII talk will certainly be in there, but you can also bet on at least some air time being devoted to Tim Tebow. Especially with the Tim Tebow trade rumors still buzzing. Skip Bayless has been an ardent supporter of Tim Tebow since his Denver Broncos days and will be sure to grill LaRon Landry on what it was like to be teammates with Tim Tebow on the Jets.
LaRon Landry let everyone know via his Twitter account that he is all set to take on Skip Bayless on ESPN First Take this Wednesday. The New York Jets safety joins an ever-growing list of athletes invited to come on the show and debate the always-combative Skip Bayless, which will surely provide some quality sound bites.
As we all know, you can't talk Skip Bayless and First Take without mentioning Tim Tebow. Tim Tebow, and the support he has received from Skip Bayless, is really one of the driving forces behind the show. When Tim Tebow was leading the Denver Broncos to improbably wins week after week, he dominated the show. When he was rotting on the bench at MetLife Stadium with the Jets, he still somehow dominated the show. Heading into the offseason, when he will almost certainly be traded or released, Tim Tebow will almost certainly dominate the show once again.
How will LaRon Landry and Skip Bayless interact? It should be an interesting combination, as LaRon Landry is a strong-willed individual, like Bayless. LaRon Landry also doesn't seem to be afraid to say what he really thinks, so it will be fun to see his reaction if Skip Bayless presses him on sharing a locker room with Tim Tebow this season. Also, will we get some insight into LaRon Landry's plans for 2013?
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