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Okay, this is sure to bring out the Tim Tebow haters and admirers even more. But free-agent safety Brian Dawkins, who played the last two years in Denver with Tebow, claimed in an interview with Alex Marvez and Jim Miller on Sirius XM NFL Radio, that the strict Christian attemtped to heal Dawkins injured neck.
“In our Bible study sessions when my neck was pretty bad and I’m hurting, he along with our chaplain and (Broncos director of player development) Jerry Butler laid hands and prayed on me pretty good,” Dawkins said. “They brought snot and tears to my eyes and all that type of good stuff with prayer.”
“He really is a guy who walks what he says he walks.”
This isn’t entirely too surprising that this took place with Dawkins, either. Some other players may have no allowed Tebow Butler to do such a thing, but for all the violent and aggressive play that Dawkins has done on the field for the last 15 years, he himself is very religious as well. Him and Tebow developed a very tight bond while they were in Denver together.
It is unknown of the prayer itself is what worked, Dawkins didn’t intimate one way or another if anything miraculous happened. But it is safe to say that he believes in Tebow almost has much he does in God.
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Many people have joked that devout Christian Tim Tebow has healing powers. He apparently believes that is the case, or that he can at least use his faith to try and help injured teammates. It was revealed in a recent interview that Tebow tried to use prayer and his healing hands to improve safety Brian Dawkins‘ neck injury.
“In our Bible study sessions when my neck was pretty...
Television evangelist Pat Robertson must have forgotten what it means to act like Jesus, after he made it clear that he believes the Denver Broncos would get what they deserve if Peyton Manning get injured again, because of how they treated Tim Tebow.
“I think the Denver Broncos treated him shabbily,” Robertson said, per Mediaite.com. “He won seven games, he brought them into...
NFL.com is doing a Bracketology for fans to determine which team was the greatest in NFL History. The 1998 Denver Broncos are currently losing in the voting to the 2000 Baltimore Ravens (really?!). Be sure to vote for the Broncos on NFL.com. [H/T, Doom92]
I was on KURE Sports Radio yesterday talking about Peyton Manning coming to Denver, you can listen to the podcast here...
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If you believe in the Madden Curse, have no fear. A current Denver Broncos‘ player will not grace the cover — this year.
EA Sports is letting fans vote for the players to represent each team this year in a voting bracket which runs through the month of March. Naturally, former Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow was voted as the representative for...
According to yesterday’s story in the Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia HC Andy Reid was ready to quit unless he got more control over personnel matters. He was also very interested in signing Peyton Manning but those talks never got real.
Today, the Eagles e-mailed a press statement to Players View with Reid’s take on the story.
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A person familiar with the negotiations says the Denver Broncos have signed former Chicago Bears backup quarterback Caleb Hanie to a two-year deal to back up Peyton Manning.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal hadn't been announced by the team. ESPNChicago.com first reported the deal earlier Saturday.
Hanie, 26, who played at...
I expressed earlier this week that Manning to Denver (and thus, Tebow out of town) was a move I could support. I definitely see the logic behind the decision and bringing in one of the best the game has ever seen instantly places the Broncos in the playoff/Super Bowl conversation.
That’s fine. The move is a [...]
Tracy Porter, a former nemesis of Peyton Manning, has joined the 35-year-old quarterback at the Denver Broncos on Thursday. As...
The Denver Broncos have agreed to terms with free agent tight end Joel Dreessen.
Dreessen chose Denver over the Houston Texans, where he has played the past five seasons.
The 29-year-old Dreessen had 28 receptions and a career-high six touchdowns last season for the Texans.
In 2010-11, he had a career-high 36 receptions and scored four touchdowns.
QB Tim Tebow is going to be a member of the New York Jets next season, and already one of the most polarizing players in the NFL, move fuel has been added to the fire regarding the NFL trade. Television Evangelist Pat Robertson, someone who weighs in on nearly every issue, has decided to weigh in on the trade of Tebow to the New York Jets. Robertson went on air in order...
Christian Wrong -- Uh, excuse me why did the Denver Broncos trade Tim Tebow to the NY Jets? He won seven games. He brought them into the playoffs, for heaven sakes. I mean, they were a nothing team....
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