Denver Broncos News - Horse Tracks - 8/13/11

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Once again, Tim Tebow is beloved by the press.  Anyone else getting sick on this roller coaster ride?  

No reason for Broncos to bail on Tim Tebow " SI.com
It’s a quandary that’s apparently just below "How do we fix the economy?" in terms of national importance. Perhaps no quarterback in NFL history has elicited the type of response, both positive and negative, after one season and three starts.

Tim Tebow outshines Kyle Orton in Denver Broncos preseason opener - The Washington Post
Following an offseason in which most expected Kyle Orton to be dealt as the Denver Broncos turned the reins over to golden boy Tim Tebow, the veteran Orton has been the clear top performer at training camp so far. To date, the biggest QB battle in camp has been between Tebow and Brady Quinn for the backup job.

Broncos' Matt Prater charged with DUI, leaving scene of accident - The Denver Post
Broncos kicker Matt Prater was charged last week with driving under the influence of alcohol and fleeing the scene of an accident in Greenwood Village.

The Morning After: Preseason Week 1 | DenverBroncos.com
Notebook: The defense showed improvement under new Defensive Coordinator Dennis Allen; Brady Quinn impresses.

NFL.com news: Five takeaways from Cowboys-Broncos preseason game
How is Rob Ryan adjusting to the personnel on the Cowboys defense? Is John Fox making an impact on the Broncos offense? Albert Breer shares his observations from the Denver-Dallas preseason game.

Former basketball star Julius Thomas a quick study for Broncos | The Coloradoan
ENGLEWOOD - Julius Thomas traded in his basketball sneakers for football cleats a year ago and now he's pulling down receptions for the Denver Broncos like he did rebounds for Portland State.

MaxDenver.com

Cowboys 24, Broncos 23: Three Observations | MaxDenver.com
ARLINGTON, Texas – Three observations from the Broncos’ 24-23 preseason loss to the Dallas Cowboys here on Thursday night at Cowboys Stadium:

Six Words or Less: Your Post-Game Tweets | MaxDenver.com
ARLINGTON, Texas – A collection of your quick post-game thoughts in six words or less following the Broncos’ 24-23 loss to the Dallas Cowboys

The Denver Post

Broncos' Willis McGahee gives team big-back option - The Denver Post
Imagine how good Willis McGahee could have been had he not suffered one the most gruesome knee injuries a football fan has ever seen.

Broncos' split-second lapse cost bid for TD - The Denver Post
The difference between a touchdown and a field goal for the Broncos starters in Thursday nights preseason opener was about a second.

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