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The Broncos know many people are sick of their Tim Tebow-led underdog story. Tight end Daniel Fells says the negativitity inspires them. "I love listening to people hate on us," he said.
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Tim Tebow has won games for the Denver Broncos, proving countless scouts and so-called experts wrong along the way. Once the Broncos' season ends, John Elway and the members of the Broncos front office have a heavy decision to make. Should they search for a more prototypical quarterback with a conventional throwing motion, or should they stick with Tebow, who went 7-4 in the...
The last time the Broncos and Patriots met in the playoffs, Champ Bailey returned an interception 100 yards, sparking a 27-13 Denver win and handing Tom Brady his first postseason defeat after 10 wins and three titles.
Six years later, they meet again this weekend, both men a lot longer in the tooth but just as transcendent.
At 33, Bailey was just named to his 11th Pro Bowl, extending...
Pop culture nostalgists, take note: a 1985 Billboard chart-topper has gone back to the future, riding the Tebow wave.
John Parr, the Grammy-nominated rocker behind "St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)," has revamped his one-hit-wonder as a stirring ode to Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow.
The song, famously used as the theme for Joel Schumacher's eponymous Brat Pack dramedy...
Former NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer spoke at the Hood Hargett Breakfast Club in Charlotte Friday, and he was complimentary of Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, who he said would "change the game" in the NFL with his skills and work ethic.
He was not as kind in discussing Denver quarterback Tim Tebow, who has the Broncos in the divisional round of the AFC...
If it weren't for the five weekdays that separate games, I could easily make the case that NFL playoff time is the very best time there. And even with the break, it's still pretty fantastic. The opening round of the playoffs reminded us of that reality, when even the blowouts were fun to watch. The Saints easily could have lost but ended up winning by 17, and the Giants trailed...
If Tim Tebow is playing, chances are we’ll hear from his old college buddy, Aaron Hernandez. That was the case yesterday. The Patriots playmaker discussed the Broncos QB, while also hitting on how much better he feels this year leading in to the playoffs than last year. Check out my video:
While the Patriots are getting healthy — and have been getting healthy — the Broncos are just the opposite. In fact, they just got hit in a tough spot thanks to a personal situation with one of their players.
According to the Broncos participation report, Lonie Paxton, the former Patriots fan favorite, is out for Saturday’s game. The team has said he is dealing with a family...
Broncos veteran safety Brian Dawkins has missed three games because of a neck injury, but there seems to be some optimism about his progress.
While i prepped for the “Mile-High Match-up” in Denver and watched some tape of the Broncos offensive line, i came away with the feeling that the Denver Broncos OT Ryan Clady would not be able to block James Harrison consistently mano-y-mano in passing situations last weekend. After hanging 9 quarterback pelts on the wall in [...]
After 13 seasons with Washington and Denver Champ Bailey has played in only five post-season games and never has made it to a Super Bowl. So the 33-year-old Broncos cornerback, who needs only one more appearance in the NFL’s all-star game to equal Randall McDaniel and Will Shields for most in a career (12), a trip to Foxborough this weekend means more than another junket to Hawaii...
John LeybaTim Tebow, the center of attention during the NFL playoffs, stretches during practice on Wednesday.
Every day this week, we’ve run a new online Broncos poll in The Denver Post. We’ve asked fans about strategy, history and popularity. It’s been fascinating to watch.
The votes are in and the fans have spoken. Following is a review of the polls — and my interpretation...
Patriots add secret weapon to stop TebowAfter the Patriots won in Denver last month, Tom Brady met Tim Tebow at midfield and offered the second-year Broncos quarterback some words of encouragement — including "We'll see you again."