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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Tim Tebow will enter training camp as the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback for 2012. The team sought to curb the circus that's sure to surround Tebow this offseason by declaring him the incumbent at a season-ending news conference Monday. John Elway, a Hall of Famer who rejoined ...
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The rivalry between two South Carolina high schools boiled over after a basketball game, with two fans of the victorious side reportedly beaten up by opposition supporters after Tebowing.
The Wando High School pair were attacked after their school had inflicted a 20-point defeat on West Ashley High on Tuesday in Charleston, during which they had copied the Denver Broncos quarterback...
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...
Jim RacaltoTebowMania came to a brutal and abrupt end Saturday night at Foxboro Stadium courtesy of Tom Brady and the Patriots, as they sent the Broncos home in a 45-10 dominating win. I’m sorry to tell you all, but the media fascination with Tim Tebow is not over. On to the off-season and the lingering question: [...]Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists
I know you hate him, but he needs to win tonight.
I know, I know…it seems like an impossible choice.
In tonight’s AFC Divisional game, who should you root for?
On one side, you have the absolutely loathsome New England Patriots. That contemptible bunch of cheaters (let’s not ever forget Spygate) led by their pretty-boy quarterback and miserable prick of a coach. And don’t...
As the Broncos move into the offseason, John Elway will erase his in-season boundaries between front office executive and quarterback expert when it comes to Tim Tebow.
By Tim BrittonFOXBORO, Mass. -- All week long, the Patriots preached defensive discipline against the various looks presented by the Broncos running game.
That focus paid off on the field, with New England stifling Denver's option attack on the ground.
Whereas zone reads and options were reasonably effective early in these two teams' first meeting, the Broncos had difficulty...