Tim Tebow was sacked seven times by the Detroit Lions. Now, he might get sacked by his coach.
A 41-yard pass to Titus Young set the tone for the Detroit Lions lopsided victory over the Denver Broncos 45-10 on Sunday.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford wouldn’t confirm Friday whether he will be able to play Sunday at Denver.
WR Calvin Johnson leads league in TDs (10) and ranks fourth in yards receiving (679). He will see plenty of Broncos’ perennial Pro Bowler Champ Bailey, one of top cornerbacks in league at age 33.
With top tailback Willis McGahee missing practice Wednesday following surgery to fix a broken finger, the Broncos (2-4) are down to two healthy backs, leaving Tebow as one of their leading rushing threats against the Detroit Lions (5-2).
Interesting fact about Sunday’s game in Denver: the Lions haven’t won a regular season contest played in the Mile High City since 1971, when they beat the Broncos 24 -20.
A police report obtained by The Associated Press is shedding new light on the domestic dispute that landed Denver Broncos defensive player Jason Hunter in a Detroit hospital.
In Detroit, a woman is being questioned in the stabbing of a Denver Broncos football player.
Detroit police say Denver Broncos defensive end Jason Hunter has been stabbed and taken to a local hospital.
Is Tebow good for the NFL?
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