Don't cry for Tim Tebow

He's been dumped by Denver, but a move somewhere else is a win for him

Originally Published: March 21, 2012
By Howard Bryant | ESPN.com

In 1972, following his performance in the first of the three "The Godfather" movies, Al Pacino became a superstar. A quarter-century later, when the legendary film trilogy was released in a DVD box set, Pacino gave a riveting interview about the process by which he landed the role of Michael Corleone, one of the most iconic characters in screen history.

Pacino talked about how the studio hadn't wanted him in the role. Paramount wanted Ryan O'Neal, James Caan, Martin Sheen or Robert Redford ...

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