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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Josh Mcdaniels
Tim Tebow hasn't given up hope of playing in the NFL after being cut by the New England Patriots.
A Heisman Trophy, a riveting playoff game, an international following.
"I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong dream of being an NFL quarterback," he tweeted Saturday.
The Denver Broncos came down hard on their two executives facing drunken driving charges, suspending them without pay and making it clear they must straighten out their lives if they want to work in the NFL again.
Executive vice president John Elway's top two advisers were arrested and jailed on suspicion of drunken driving in separate incidents within a month of each other.
Tim Tebow and Tom Brady took turns, zipping passes over the middle and lofting tosses toward the corner of the end zone.
Tim Tebow finally has a new team.
A flop on Broadway, Tim Tebow is getting an audition in Beantown.
With 15 video cameras and more than 40 media members in the audience, coach Bill Belichick said, "We've been in front of bigger crowds before."
Tim Tebow is back on the field with an NFL team _ the New England Patriots.
The craggy lines in his face cut a little deeper. That trademark hitch in his step is a bit more pronounced.
The Browns are changing again.
He could have stayed on the sideline. Instead, John Elway wanted back in the game.
All that's needed is Peyton Manning's autograph.
The St. Louis Rams are willing to trade the second overall pick of the April draft.
"He just said, `We're going to be a good football team this year and we're going to turn some heads and right some wrongs, we're going to show that we can go out there and play football with the best of them,'" Mays recounted. "And I think that we did a good job of that. We had our ups and downs, but overall I think we're going to be a good football team for years to come."
"It's a group of individuals that has to become a team and has to work together, has to fit together the right way," he said.