There is no such thing as sportsmanship.
You can be the best person in the league but if you don't win championships, something's missing.
No disrespect to Kyle Orton, who's been solid and stable for both the Broncos and the Bears, but I think the upside for Tim Tebow is greater right now.
I was always a big fan of waiting a year of two to groom an NFL quarterback; let him learn and mature.
The one thing that scares me the most is failing. It scares me that one day I won't be at this level. But while I'm here and while I'm having success early, I'm trying to do everything to stay on this level.
I used to hear about guys who played saying how difficult it is getting up in the morning, and now I'm experiencing it; those same effects.
I can only work out for so long before I start to really feel the effects.
I'm just trying to keep my mind and my body active. The tough part about it is that physically I'm sort of limited.
My mom still lives in Denver and some of my brothers are still in the area, so I still have strong ties there.
There's no doubt about it; playing football and how tough it is on the body afterwards.
I did an internship with Mike (Shanahan) and the Redskins last summer and I knew after a week and a half that it wasn't for me. I think I knew that going in, but I wanted to make sure.
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