The report backs up those who have said that the bounty program run by the New Orleans Saints is far from unique, although no one would have believed that the supposedly moral, charitable Tebow would be at the center of such a heinous enterprise.
Yet according to sources, Tebow paid Broncos defensive players Von Miller, Brian Dawkins and Elvis Dumervil more than $50,000 each over the course of the season for helping opposing players back to their feet after tackling them. Many other Denver defensive players were also paid by Tebow. The quarterback reportedly would throw in an extra $200 for each time a teammate told an opponent: "Great effort on that play, friend. God bless you," while helping them up.
Scene: An Italian restaurant in Los Angeles.
Thanks for coming to dinner with me, Taylor. You look nice.
Thanks, Tim. You look nice, too.
Are you enjoying your spaghetti? It looks good.
It's really good. How is your spaghetti?
Very tasty. It's a blessing to have such good and nutritious food.
I agree. Eating is nice.
It is nice. You have a way with words. Like your song "Mean." People shouldn't be mean.
I know, right? Mean is not nice. That's why I wrote the song, to say to everyone: 'Hey, don't be mean. Be nice.'"
Well, it's a good song.
Opinion Are You the Next Sports Phenom?
Picture Jeremy Tebow, Tim Lin
He would throw the greatest bounce pass ever.
Obviously fake. Florida grads can't read.
Well, Alaska and Delaware are very similar states.
Picture Tebowing Snow Man
Snow falls from the heavens.
From the Bills to Flacco to Tebow, McGahee hasn't seen many good passes thrown in his career.
President? He's a candidate for king.
Unlike TiVo, Tebow only records ABC Family and "The 700 Club."