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  • Tebow photo montage on NFL.com Today

    Does anyone know where I can get the Photomontage of Tebow on NFL.Com today? Someone did a nice montage of him "Tebowin, running, and passing on what looks like old parchment paper with some sort of grid on it. I can download the small version they have there, but I was wondering if there was one with a larger resolution available somewhere.

    Thanks in advance and glad to join the team!

    Montag

  • #2
    Can't really find what you're talking about. But I did come across a slide show that, I'm guessin, is probably better than what you're looking for:

    http://www.nfl.com/photos/09000d5d82...000d5d825cc637

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    • #3
      Originally posted by saltparrot View Post
      Can't really find what you're talking about. But I did come across a slide show that, I'm guessin, is probably better than what you're looking for:

      http://www.nfl.com/photos/09000d5d82...000d5d825cc637
      CP coming your way:thumb:
      #swapping

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      • #4
        I would think not. Maybe contact them and ask.

        http://www.nfl.com/contact-us

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        • #5
          Originally posted by saltparrot View Post
          Can't really find what you're talking about. But I did come across a slide show that, I'm guessin, is probably better than what you're looking for:

          http://www.nfl.com/photos/09000d5d82...000d5d825cc637
          zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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          • #6
            I saved the image.

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            • #7
              wow those Texan Cheerleaders are smoking!
              The beatings will continue until morale improves....

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              • #8
                Ex Jayhawk & NFL Rookie Chris Harris Talks Tim Tebow

                A pretty good article, IMO, that I stumbled upon...


                By Matt Tait — Lawrence Journal-World

                January 10, 2012



                The first time former Kansas University defensive back Chris Harris met Tim Tebow, he was too fired up to notice.

                “My first encounter with him was during (preseason) camp, the day they announced who made the team,” Harris said during a phone interview Monday afternoon.

                Today, Harris, the undrafted free agent from Kansas, and Tebow, the former first-round quarterback from Florida who possesses serious star power, have become key players on the Denver Broncos’ run into the second round of the NFL playoffs.

                Although they play different positions and come from different places, Harris and Tebow represent what has made the Broncos successful this season. Both are tireless workers with tiny egos, and that mentality has meshed well with the rest of Denver’s roster. From veterans such as Champ Bailey and Brian Dawkins — both still grinding for that first Super Bowl ring in the twilight of Hall of Fame careers — to a stellar class of rookies that includes 2011 No. 2 overall pick and Pro Bowl selection Von Miller, the Broncos and first-year head coach John Fox consistently put the team ahead of everything. That led to an AFC West Division title and an upset of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the playoffs Sunday.

                “We’ve been working hard all season,” Harris said. “All of us. We just realized that the game is definitely bigger than us as individuals.”

                While the team has been the focus inside the locker room, Tebow talk has dominated headlines just about everywhere else.

                “Tebowing” — an actual verb, defined as: “to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different” — has taken the world by storm, and “Tebow Time” has become as popular among football phrases as first down or field goal.

                Harris said the polarizing quarterback has been pretty quiet about all the publicity. The way he sees it, Tebow probably is used to it.

                “We knew Tebow had all the media hype,” Harris said. “But that just comes with him being the quarterback at Florida and winning those national championships and the Heisman. People like Tim can handle that, though, and that’s part of the reason people like him are great players.”

                Does all the praise being tossed at his quarterback bother Harris or any of the other Broncos’ players?

                “Oh, man, we don’t care,” Harris said. “We understand that’s how it’s going to be. We know that Tim’s a leader on this team, and we really don’t care who gets the praise as long as we get the win at the end of the day. Since the first day we got here, he’s been a hard worker and has been doing everything he can to gain the trust of his teammates and his coaches and really just prove to everyone that he can play.”

                Now that he has the Broncos positioned as one of the eight NFL teams still standing, Tebow’s confidence and popularity both have grown. For Harris, a 2011 KU graduate and starting cornerback on KU’s 2008 Orange Bowl championship team, playing with a player like Tebow has been a thrill. Asked what Tebow trait he admired most, Harris pointed to the one for which most of his KU teams were known.

                “Probably his heart, his will to win,” Harris said. “He’s not a traditional quarterback like everyone wants him to be, but he’s kind of like me and a lot of other players on this team. We all just have a chip on our shoulder, and we always play hungry.”

                Kind of sounds a little like another quarterback Harris used to know.

                “It’s definitely a totally different game, but the way he’s able to keep plays alive with his legs, that’s pretty much the same thing Todd (Reesing) did in college,” Harris said of KU’s record-setting quarterback.

                As was the case with Reesing, Harris said the team counts on Tebow to deliver from start to finish, not just when the fourth quarter arrives and the world is buzzing about Tebow Time.

                “When it comes down to it, we know if Tebow has the ball in the fourth quarter, we have a great chance of winning,” Harris said.

                During his first professional season, Harris was named to the all-rookie team and finished fourth among rookies in tackles, with 72. That total was tops among all first-year defensive backs and ranked him four spots ahead of Miller (64) and six spots ahead of Denver safety Quinton Carter (56). Harris’ five tackles Sunday tied him for third on the team during Denver’s 29-23 overtime victory against Pittsburgh.

                Before the season, Harris signed a three-year contract with Denver that, when completed, will pay him a total of $1.47 million, according to the terms of the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement.
                http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2012/ja...rris-happy-ha/
                Last edited by kingelway7; 01-12-2012, 09:44 AM.
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                • #9
                  awesome article

                  For an undrafted free agent, not invited to the combine...to make the all-rookie team and finish 4th in tackles?

                  Awesome. I'm glad he's on our team
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                  "You find ways to win and certainly you can find ways to lose...it's not just dumb luck."
                  -Sean Payton

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                  • #10
                    Hue Jackson on Tebow

                    ...and his chances in the playoffs

                    http://richeisen.nfl.com/2012/01/12/...-and-jim-mora/

                    Around the 28minute mark

                    This podcast was linked in the Champ thread (thanks!) so Champ is also in this one!

                    The Raiders are going back the drawing board once again -and losing a good coach in Hue
                    The beatings will continue until morale improves....

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                    • #11
                      This is exactly what I was looking for. I downloaded the image as well, but was hoping I could find a higher resolution one I could use as a wallpaper or something. I like the work someone did here.

                      I didn't notice the other image you downloaded. I have that now too. Thanks!

                      Originally posted by Roddoliver View Post
                      I saved the image.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BroncFanIN View Post
                        awesome article

                        For an undrafted free agent, not invited to the combine...to make the all-rookie team and finish 4th in tackles?

                        Awesome. I'm glad he's on our team
                        He's like this years Wesley Woodyard. An undrafted FA that comes outta nowhere to become valuable right away in his first year.
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                        • #13
                          Champ interview is at the 45m mark
                          The beatings will continue until morale improves....

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                          • #14
                            Please give us a break down. Not everyone has access to listen to this.....

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                            • #15
                              For every stupid article that out there about Tebow, we have real teammates/players quotes that mean so much more and carry so much more weight. If you tire the Tebow phenomenon, thank the press. Tebow just get ratings, what can he do?
                              On Tebow: After a dismal 1-4 start to this season. "I've never seen a human who can will himself to win like that"
                              Von Miller 11.27.2011

                              “Tebow is a special kind of a player; I’ve never seen a player like him in my whole career”
                              Champ Bailey said on “NFL Total Access”


                              "As a math guy, I would say that Tebow has a high trajectory by linear extrapolation, don't you think?"

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