Tim Tebow: Will Denver’s Next Coach Be Good For Him?

December 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos are in the market for a new coach.
Tebow, who started last week in the loss at Oakland, will start the Broncos final two games, both at home.
While the focus is on those two games, now is the time to ponder who might become the next Bronco head coach and inherit Tebow, the 2010 first round draft pick.
It's also time to consider who might be good for Denver and good for Tebow.
Here's a name Denver took a look at, although it might have been a Rooney Rule interview, he was the one the Broncos let get away—Raheem Morris.
Morris has done incredible work getting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to an 8-6 record when most pundits who like to make predictions had the Bucs as a seven-win team at best, most, including Sports Illustrated's Peter King, had the Pewter Pirates laying a giant egg this season. King predicted a 2-14 season for Morris and his young team.
The Buccaneer owners, the Glazer family, has not given Morris a con...

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