Found January 14, 2012 on Football Nation:
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1. Sign Tim Tebow Love him or hate him, Tim Tebow has become the face of, not just the franchise, but the entire league.  He is obviously not the prototypical quarterback, and will never be a John Elway, a Tom Brady, or a Peyton Manning.  It's just nice to see a player win with heart.  This city needs him. 2.  Cornerback.  If it were up to me, Champ Bailey would be on my team forever. Unfortunately, it just doesn't work that way.  I believe he has two or three good years in him, then maybe a couple helping to bring the young guys along.  The reality is that he can't play forever.  I just hope he enters the Hall of Fame as a Bronco.  Andre Goodman has the ability to step up and be the No. 1 corner.  But, as has been the case after John Elway, we will always be looking for the next Champ.  They are tough shoes to fill, and it's going to take a very special player to fill them.  The Broncos need to start replacing him now. 3.  Backup Quarterback.  In a perfect worl...
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