Broncos, Josh McDaniels “Death Clock” Begins with Tim Tebow Selection

April 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For better or worse, Tim Tebow is going to be the most talked about white Bronco since OJ Simpson and Al Cowlings went on their joyride.
When the Denver Broncos traded three picks (2nd, 3rd, and 4th round) to the Baltimore Ravens to get back on the clock at No. 25 overall, coach Josh McDaniels set in motion his own death clock .
Not only did the Broncos reach to get Tebow in the first round, but they did so in a way that dismantled the core of their 2010 draft picks.
It's only a matter of days until sports bookies start taking prop bets on when McDaniel's "death clock" in Denver expires.
Over/under two years? I'll take the action on the under.
McDaniels has made his intentions clear in Denver, character > talent.
There have already been the well documented shipments of Jay Cutler (Bears) and Brandon Marshall (Dolphins) that were labeled "Handle With Care" to clear the Mile High air.
Even the talented, yet disgruntled cotton candy vendor that looked...

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