New John Elway Book Blames Tim Tebow's NFL Downfall on Greed and Ego: Report

New John Elway Book Blames Tim Tebow's NFL Downfall on Greed and Ego: Report


If you look solely at his career NFL numbers, it’s certainly fair to critique Tim Tebow the quarterback and say that his career 47.9 completion percentage leaves much to be desired.

Of course, you’d be ignoring one of the more electric playoff runs in recent memory when Tebow took a lackluster Denver Broncos team to the postseason in 2011, but that’s neither here nor there.

But to question, or downright malign, Tebow’s character? Based on all the good the man has done, that seems like a bit of a stretch.

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And yet, that’s exactly what “Elway: A Relentless Life,” an unauthorized biography written by Jason Cole, appears to be doing, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.

John Elway, NFL legend and current Denver Broncos general manager and president of football operations, presided over the team during Tebow’s second and final year there.

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That lone season together,

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