(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Jerheme Urban hasn't been playing a whole lot of wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs lately. He has only one catch all season, and that was in the opener.
He might as well play quarterback for the Denver Broncos.
Or at least try to imitate it.
You see, Urban stands 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, and he has some experience at quarterback from his younger days, not to mention experience in track. He's an unusual athlete, which makes him a natural fit to mimic the Broncos' Tim Tebow, who runs a read-option offense that NFL teams just don't see very often.
It's been Urban who has been battered by the Kansas City defense in practice this week as it tries to figure out the best way shut down Tebow, the former Heisman Trophy winner they will face in an AFC West showdown Sunday.
''I can only judge Tim as an opposing coach getting ready to defend him,'' Chiefs coach Todd Haley said Wednesday. ''The guy's a winner and has won everywh...