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The Last Angry Fan:
Tim Tebow knows how to play to the Jets fans, doesn’t he?
I don’t understand why Tebow is bothering to change his dog’s name from Bronco to Bronx (Ed. note: Bronco is a much better name for a dog if you ask me) other than the obvious, but if you’re going to go ahead and give your pet a new moniker, shouldn’t it have been Swampy or Cesspool or even Jersey, seeing that the Jets actually play football in New Jersey rather than New York.
It’s all a moot point anyway, because in a few years Tebow will be changing his dog’s name from Bronx to Blue Bomber when he winds up playing in the CFL.
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It’s official: Tim Tebow’s allegiance now lies with New York. The new Jets quarterback told the media on Thursday that he changed his dog’s name from Bronco to Bronx after being traded.
Tebow got the pooch — a Rhodesian Ridgeback — in October 2010. He seemed to be sucking up to the local crowd by naming his pup Bronco back then. He chose “Bronx” as the new name for...
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Given that he's now a member of the New York Jets, Tebow apparently felt owning a dog named Bronco was not appropriate any longer, so he's changing the dog's name to Bronx.
Tim Tebow has fallen completely in love with his new home after being traded to New York, and his latest gesture all but solidifies how excited the signal caller is to be suiting up for the Jets this season. The New York Post's Bart Hubbuch tweeted an interesting fact about Tebow regarding the name of his dog after the QB found out that he was departing from his former team,...
Tebowmania is taking over New York, and not even canines are safe. In an attempt to fully embrace his new team, Tim Tebow is changing his dog’s name to “Bronx.” Tebow got the Rodesian Ridgeback in 2010, during his rookie season and named him “Bronco” after the franchise. After acquiring Peyton Manning in the off season, the Denver Broncos traded Tebow for a four...
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow claims that he’s improved as a passer this offseason, which may not be a good thing for current starter Mark Sanchez.
“I’ve been working pretty hard at doing that,” said Tebow, per ESPN.com. “I feel like I had a good offseason before I got here, and being here and working with Coach Sparano and working with Mark [Sanchez] and working...
Tim Tebow says he has worked exclusively at quarterback as Mark Sanchez's backup during the early portion of the New York Jets' offseason program, and is ''just trying to learn the offense.''
Coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano have said Tebow, acquired from Denver in March, could have extensive playing time for the Jets in various roles...
Tim Tebow will change his dog’s name from Bronco to Bronx. #nyj
— Manish Mehta(@TheJetsStream) May 10, 2012
Apparently Tim Tebow could not deal with the psychological trauma of having his identity being ripped away by his master, so he took it out on his dog in similar fashion.
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May is typically a quiet month in NFL circles, but for the Jets, the attention surrounding Tim Tebow made life at their Florham Park facility feel like they were prepping for a playoff game. On Thursday the locker room was open to the media for the first time during the team's voluntary offseason workouts, and more than...
Jets backup quarterback and man-about-town Tim Tebow will be the subject of a special to air on E! Entertainment Television later this summer. Because if there’s one athlete the public needs to find out more intimate details about, should any exist, it’s Tebow (Ed. note: sarcasm is fun!).
Scant details are available as to what the 30-minute show will be about, but I can’t...
One night after walking the red carpet with A-listers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, Tim Tebow was spotted downing red meat with his O-line at a Manhattan steak house along with New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and Mark Sanchez.
Although Sanchez— the Jets starting quarterback— and Tebow, who will be competing with him for playing time this season...
The New York Rangers have a Game 7 in Madison Square Garden on Saturday, Andy Pettitte's pitching his first game in pinstripes since 2010 on Sunday, and J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon reported that his bank had $2 billion in trading losses.
And what was everyone talking about in New York City on Thursday?
Tim Tebow's dog's name.
In an interview session...
If Tim Tebow truly is heading into Jets training camp with the goal of becoming the starting quarterback, Mark Sanchez does not see it happening. The Jets owners and coaches have made it clear that Sanchez is their starter, but they also say they intend to use Tebow in a number of different packages and that he will in some way impact the offense. Sanchez agrees that Tebow will be...
Contrary to popular belief, we will not witness Tebow-mania up close and personal, nor more of Rex Ryan’s salty, foul-mouthed epithets on the boob tube this summer.
“TV sources” tell the NY Daily News that the Jets will not be featured in this year’s installment of HBO’s “Hard Knocks.” A spokesman for the network would not confirm New York is out of the running simply...