Found January 29, 2013 on No Guts, No Glory:
Mark Schlereth and Hannah Storm used their time in between live shots to discuss whether a certain player can be used as a tight end or h-back. It’s at that point that Schlereth points out that he’s talked to “a bunch of Broncos coaches” and this certain player may not be a good enough athlete to play tight end. Tight end? H-back? Denver Broncos coaches? We’re not saying that they’re talking about Tim Tebow. We’re just saying that they’re definitely talking about Tim Tebow. But as we all know, talking bad about Tim Tebow is against ESPN policy. So someone’s going to get in trouble. H/T Deadspin The post Mark Schlereth and Hannah Storm thought they were having an off camera discussion about Tim Tebow’s limited NFL future, turns out it was on camera discussion first appeared on No Guts, No Glory.
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