Denver Tells Teams Calling About Tebow to Make Serious Offer

There are rumors quickly spreading that the Broncos may trade or cut second year quarterback Tim Tebow, which is alarming many fans in Denver.

The rumors are unsound however, as can be observed below: Head Coach John Fox, Vice President John Elway and General Manager Brian Xanders all have supported Tebow, and continue to do so.

They simply told teams inquiring about Tebow to make them “an offer they couldn’t refuse”, which is a far cry from placing him on the trading block.

Following this season, starting quarterback Kyle Orton and back-up Brady Quinn will be free agents; Tebow will have three years and $6,798,750 (just over $6.7 million dollars) left on his contract. Denver will continue to evaluate Tebow and give him his due opportunities.

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3 Responses to “Denver Tells Teams Calling About Tebow to Make Serious Offer”

  1. alvin says:

    Its fascinating to observe how patient teams are with you when they’ve invested a lot of money in you.

  2. Hitman says:

    Tim Tebow may not fill all the analysts requirements but he is a winner………past champions who weren’tupposed to win ….well Billy Kilmer…..Joe Knapp…….never pretty just got it done.

  3. Russ Loede says:

    Billy Kilmer led the ‘Skins to Super Bowl VII with “The Over-the-Hill-Gang” and almost (14-7) upset the perfect Dolphins.

    Joe Kapp led the Vikings to Super Bowl IV, however, his team was upset (12-point favorites) by the Chiefs.

    With that said, if Tebow ever leads the Broncos or any NFL team to a Super Bowl, I would applaud his remarkable efforts and attribute it Merril Hoge.