Found December 10, 2011 on
If you're one of the many Denver Broncos fans unhappy with team president John Elway's statements bout Tim Tebow in recent weeks, you may now take a deep breath. According to Fox Sports' Alex Marvez, Elway is not only more on board with Tebow's future as the team's quarterback than he's let on at times, but he's also talked for the first time about working with Tebow in the offseason.
"Do I know where that ceiling is? I hope that ceiling is a mile high," Elway told Marvez on Thursday. "It's just hard to predict. I don't have that answer right now. But there's nobody more supportive or wants him to be that guy than me."
Proof? Well, there's this. Elway told Marvez that he will "spend a lot of time" with Tebow and quarterbacks coach Adam Gase once the season is over. Elway already talks with Gase about specific things Tebow might be able to do better, but he's been careful about meddling.
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Tim Tebow led two fourth quarter scoring drives and Denver’s Michael Prater kicked two 50 yard plus field goals, including a 51- yard game-winner in overtime, to lift the Broncos past the Chicago Bears 13-10 Sunday afternoon at Stadium Authority Field at Mile High. The Broncos won their sixth straight game to improve to 8-5. The Bears dropped their third [...]
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