Found November 08, 2011 on
Marcus Thomas is a big guy who can move. Perhaps you remember seeing photos or video Thomas’ standing black flip during a training camp practice when he was a rookie in 2007?
Hopefully by now you’ve seen the video of Thomas getting down after drawing a false start in Sunday’s game in Oakland. I’ve seen Thomas do this move before — it’s a variation on an individual pass rush drill. Watch the clip below:
Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams, one of Thomas’ closest friends on the team, took to his Twitter account Tuesday morning to inspire others to submit videos of similar silly dances. Williams is pitching it as the new Tebowing. The players are calling it the “Dymeboogie.”
As Thomas wrote on Twitter: “Dymeboogie is an spontaneous spurt of quick unnessary movements that mostly occurs in the most awkward moments”
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Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee (23) runs past Oakland Raiders linebacker Darryl Blackstock (56) on a 24-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter of an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
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Denver Broncos wide receiver Eddie Royal has been named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.
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Tim Tebow is learning how quickly fortunes can change in the NFL.
Just one week after pundits pronounced Denver's hopes were finished and Tebow was incapable of playing quarterback in the NFL, he helped the Broncos get right back into the AFC West race.
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Broncos running back Willis McGahee talks to Mike Florio about his team’s big win over the Raiders in Week 9. McGahee talks about his overall performance as well as his mindset as being one of many veteran running backs in the league. McGahee talks about how he’s been able to performa at such a high…