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Denver Broncos’ Vice President of football operations John Elway should be a politician. In a few words he said everything without saying anything while managing to fool the NFL world on his opinion on quarterback Tim Tebow. The truth of the matter is that Elway’s stance on Tebow remains the same. He’s not sold on him. Yes, it’s been heard over and over again. Elway is willing to train Tebow himself. Great. The Broncos are going to put pieces around Tebow to support him. Wonderful. And Tim Tebow will go into next season’s training camp as the Broncos No. 1 quarterback. Well out-freaking-standing! Elway has finally seen the light, right? Wrong. And here’s where he fooled you. What other legitimate starting quarterback in the NFL do you hear about going into next season’s training camp as the team’s starting quarterback? You won’t hear that about Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning, Cam Newton, or Aaron Rodgers. Why? Because those quarterbacks truly have the endorsement of their respective front offices and coaches. How would it sound if Bill Belichick came out and said that Tom Brady has earned the right to be the starter for the Patriots in training camp next season? [...]
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Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has turned down an offer to appear as a studio analyst on CBS' Sunday pregame show, the network told USA Today.
Tebow's decision was announced by CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus, who said the network "is perfectly fine with the lineup we have."
Reports over the past few days indicated the network had offered Tebow a spot on the show...
The last dude you’d expect to be in Las Vegas was in Las Vegas yesterday.
That’s right. Mr. Wholesome, Tim Tebow was in Sin City yesterday. According to TMZ he caught a performance of the Cirque du Soleil show, “O” at the Bellagio with his brother Robby and a friend.
Before all of Christianity flies off the handle, Tebow was apparently nothing but his boring-ass self. He...
Tim Tebow is expected to make a full recovery, without surgery, from rib, lung and chest injuries he sustained in the Denver Broncos' loss at New England in an AFC divisional playoff game last weekend.
ESPN first reported Wednesday that Tebow got hurt on a third-quarter tackle during Denver's 45-10 loss, then had trouble sleeping because of the pain and underwent an MRI...
Denver Broncos' Chief of Football Operations, John Elway, has publicly stated that Tim Tebow is the Broncos' quarterback. He is signed for the next few years, until 2015, so the time to decide is here. What do the Broncos do with this talented, dedicated, unorthodox quarterback?
Some would say make him a tight end or an H-back. Others would say use him like Miami...
Vince Wilfork #75 and Rob Ninkovich #50 of the New England Patriots sack Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos during their AFC Divisional Playoff Game at Gillette Stadium on January 14, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Al Bello/Getty Images)
The last game of Tim Tebow‘s 2011 campaign didn’t end the way the quarterback would like. It didn’t progress very comfortably either....
It is a simple ratings strategy, really. Tim Tebow equals big time television ratings. It is that simple.
So CBS decided that if they would not be able to feature him on the field in the 2012 AFC Championship Game on Sunday, they would attempt to do the next best thing and invite Tebow to be a guest analyst in their studio.
Apparently, even Tebow Time has an expiration...
It's not every day that Tim Tebow agrees to hang out with a bunch of chicks who can put their legs behind their back ... but hey, Vegas is a special place. The Denver Broncos QB went behind the scenes at Cirque du Soleil's "O" this week ... posing for…
What happens in Vegas ... was pretty tame for Tim Tebow yesterday. The Denver Broncos quarterback was spotted strolling through the Bellagio hotel last night along with his brother and a friend ... after catching a performance of the Cirque du Soleil…
Tim Tebow is expected to make a full recovery, without surgery, from rib, lung and chest injuries he suffered in the Denver Broncos' loss at New England in an AFC divisional playoff game last weekend.
Well what do you say in recapping that one sided win over Denver in the AFC Division Round of the NFL Playoffs? A lot has already been said regarding Tom Brady, the Patriots offense, Tim Tebow, Tim Tebow and Tim Tebow by everyone else that I am going to skip all that nonsense.
I also fully understand that they played the Denver Broncos, for the second time in a month, a team...
Earlier this week, John Elway made the unsurprising announcement that Tim Tebow would be the starting QB for the Denver Broncos as they head into training camp this year. While that’s certainly to be expected since the Broncos depth chart beyond Tebow consists of Brady Quinn and only Brady Quinn, I’m not sure that Denver will continue to pursue and utilize some of the spread...
After possibly their biggest win of the season, the Denver Broncos turned in a lousy performance against the New England Patriots last Sunday, jotting down a disappointing mark in the L column. It would appear though that there was a more than reasonable explanation behind the loss: Tim Tebow, the QB who had pretty much achieved legendary status just a week ago was little more than...