Thursday, February 2, 2012
Tebow Time hits the Super Bowl
By Bill Williamson
Denver quarterback Tim Tebow visited the Super Bowl media center on Thursday and was a major attraction. He made all of the rounds.
One of his stops was a visit on "The Scott Van Pelt Show." He discussed Tebow-mania, his whirlwind season and his relationship with Denver leader John Elway among other things.
Tebow talked to Skip Bayless to discuss the impact of his religious beliefs and his status with the Broncos moving forward.
Tebow told the Denver Post he is healing from injuries he suffered in a playoff loss at New England on Jan. 14. Tebow reportedly suffered rib, chest and shoulder injuries but managed to finish the game. He is not expected to miss any the team’s offseason program because of the injuries.
Prior to hitting the media center, Tebow appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." Meanwhile, the Florida product believes the NFL is a lot like the SEC.
In other AFC West news Thursday afternoon:
Former Kansas City tight end Tony Gonzalez said he plans to play one more year. Again.
There is a solid AFC West presence on Mel Kiper Jr.’s top 20 rookie list, which is an Insider piece.
Former Oakland practice squader Sterling Moore apparently wasn’t impressed with his time with the Raiders. The rookie cornerback is preparing to play in the Super Bowl with New England.