The architect of the most prolific offense in NFL history is postponing any interviews with other teams until Denver’s season is over.
Former Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has been offered a four-month contract by the Italian federation for American football, and the Milano Seamen are hoping to sign the free agent quarterback.
Beginning with their 35-24 comeback win over the Chargers last year, whom the Broncos visit again Sunday, Denver has won 18 of 20 games and has outscored opponents by an average of 36-20.
Denver cornerback Chris Harris couldn’t get away from football during the Broncos’ bye, eagerly tuning in to watch the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs face the Buffalo Bills last weekend.
A Heisman Trophy, a riveting playoff game, an international following. Tim Tebow won all that in his football career. On Saturday, he lost his third NFL job in 18 months. It might be hard to find another.
While Tim Tebow has not put on a Broncos jersey in two seasons, it didn’t stop the media this week from questioning current Broncos players about the young quarterback’s sudden signing with the New England Patriots.
Willis McGahee knew when he showed up at minicamp this week that he faced long odds of keeping his starting job since the Denver Broncos had used a high draft pick to select a running back for the second straight season.
It looks like former Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels will get a chance to coach Tim Tebow again.
Tebowmania might have done its last bit of Tebowing.
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