The NFL is giving 100 veteran players one last shot at a dream

Buzzy Says : If this is the real Last Chance Maybe T2 should stay at home.

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30 Responses to “The NFL is giving 100 veteran players one last shot at a dream”

  1. Bigfan says:

    Manusha!!

  2. andrea says:

    As usual, it is important for Michael Sam to be on a football team – not for the reason that he is good – no the reason Sam needs to be on a team is because of its societal impact.

    Notice how the press is preparing for Mr. Burk to be the enemy if Sam stinks up the joint (Mr. Burk is a Catholic churchgoer.)

    I do not know how they do it but the NFL keeps making me physically ill.

    • Sam says:

      Not again about Michael Sam… you guys really starting to become pathetic in my eyes. This should be a pro Tebow blog, and all i read is bad comments about this or that. You guys hate it when anti Tebow comments are posted, but you really aren’t much better than that. Tim is all about positive lifestyle, use haters for motivation, always react with dignity to others etc… shouldn’t we do that to?

      Buzzy Says: you may have a point there.

  3. David Oliver says:

    Guys..

    I really do not the “Hate Campaign parameters” – against Tim Tebow have changed much from what was observed in this article last sept:

    http://www.breitbart.com/sports/2014/09/23/while-domestic-abuse-thugs-mar-nfl-tim-tebow-waits-for-second-chance/

    Dave O.

  4. andrea says:

    I can be positive all I want but that will never change the fact that Tebow who won 7 games in 11 attempts in one year is currently looking forward to his 3rd season of unemployment while quarterbacks who haven’t won 7 games in a number of years are steadily employed by the NFL.

    Not to be mean, but as Dusty Springfield sang – just wishin ,just hopin
    isn’t getting the job done.

  5. andrea says:

    I’m sorry I wrote about Michael Sam but after reading the article again, I do not see Tebow’s name mentioned once in the article. I did not see a picture of Tebow and I did not see the quote from Rodger Goodell that said ” I want Tebow to have an opportunity to play in the NFL “.

    So there was really no reason for me to comment on Tebow because he is now looked on as a “former” player in the NFL. The article was about Sam.

    The reason I commented on Sam was because the article implied that if Sam does not make a team the reason will be Matt Birk the religious bigot ruined his chances.

    I often wonder why when Buzzy posts an article about Tebow doing great things (example putting on a prom for disabled children, speaking to a group of high school kids, helping a church benefit, etc.) the only people who comment on those articles are CK and I.

    So for anyone who says I do not give Tebow positive support is barking up the wrong tree.

    My only disagreements I have with Tebow are that he needs a new agent and that he hangs out to much with the Hollywood scum who actually hate Tim Tebow and everything he stands for. When I have disagreed with Tebow it has always been done in a respectful way.

    We are 15 days away from the veteran’s workout and no mention of Tebow on the squad.

    Buzzy may be right – Tebow may not have even entered the darn thing.

    We’ll just have to hope and see.

    • ck says:

      Andrea: What is pathetic is the DOUBLE-STANDARD AND IF YOU CAN’T COMMENT ON THAT OBVIOUS BIAS WHICH IS A NEGATIVE THEN YOU CAN’T BE PC!!! WELL, I DON’T WANT TO BE PC AND BELIEVE ANDREA DOESN’T EITHER…LOOK WHAT IT HAS DONE TO THIS NATION?!!! SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN WHEN IT COMES TO TELLING THE TRUTH…A.K.A. “A HALF TRUTH IS STILL A WHOLE LIE!” IF YOU DON’T STAND FOR SOMETHING THEN YOU WILL FALL FOR ANYTHING AND A WISE SAYING IMPO!!!
      DO I NEED TO NOW APOLOGIZE ABOUT ALL THE CAPS? OH WELL, THINK SAM IS ENTITLED TO HIS FLAWED OPINION AND WE (ANDREA & I) ARE ENTITLED TO OURS…
      AGREE TO DISAGREE W/SAM I AM!:(

    • tawk2 says:

      Andrea, I support you, I am not biased against others, I do believe though, that all should be treated equal. As we all know here when it comes to Tim he is never is treated fair in the NFL. I guess time will tell.

      Tom House is in his corner, and has said Tim has fixed his mechanics, so if Tim does not get a team then I fear he never will!

      Hope everyone here is doing well. Thanks Buzzy and all here for all you do!

  6. Bigfan says:

    Who drank the Koolaid?

    I can assure you Nina has picked Sam to write about as much as ESPN chose to give him an inordinate amount of coverage during last years draft…not because of who he is as a player but because of who he happens to be as a man. Big difference right there. And the hype will continue to make copy without any substance only hyperbole!

    • ck says:

      Agree Bigfan and see above regarding PC.

    • brandi says:

      The Sports Media Column for USA Today mentioned how Tim was (and is) the only Player in history to have been specifically covered in the discussions/negotiations for the new TV Contracts. The Columnist said there was a range of estimates on how much additional money the Networks are paying the NFL specifically because Tim Tebow was in the NFL. (That was obviously before “TebowTime” and the Miracle Season.) The low estimates were $2-3 Billion up to 4-6 Billion.

      The Networks paid dearly betting on Tebow Ratings.

      The Jets messed everyone up and nothing’s been right since.

      Now, ESPN has hired Tim directly.

      Roger Goodell and several Owners have said Tim is good for the NFL, want to see him in the league, etc.

      The NFL and the Media seem to have exactly the same problem. The Top Execs want Tim. The minions are eating up the candy store and getting off on the sugar rush. Noone at “the top” is willing to slap their functionaries back in line.

  7. ck says:

    This article is a thinly veiled attempt to push their PC agenda and who is the poster boy for that…SAM. Maybe they should be silenced like they try to silence others who have different opinions that are not PC…if that isn’t hypocritical!

  8. Shaztah says:

    I am going to Tim’s celebrity golf tournament andd I have high hopes of finally meeting him. I have so many questions for him but I know if I am lucky enough to meet him I will probably faint. My tickets will be here any day and I am so EXCITED!

    • andrea says:

      Have fun Shaztah !!! Let us know how it turns out.

    • ck says:

      Shaztah: Tell Tebow he has lots of fans @ Tebowzone and wish I were going too!

      • tawk2 says:

        Wow shaztan, amazing I would love to even see Tim in person! Like ck said if your able please let him know about this site and how much we love and support him. Have fun!

        • Shaztah says:

          I sure will mention this place . Is that OK with you Buzzy? You guys are great and I think he would appreciate it here.

          Buzzy Says : Sure go for it put Tebowzone.net on a card and hand it to him.

  9. andrea says:

    CK – you hit the nail on the head.

    The Mets second baseman being told he can only talk about baseball and can say nothing about his Christian beliefs.

    Here we are saying “pretty please NFL please let Timmy be invited to the veterans combine (what we should be saying is Tebow DESERVES and is ENTITLED to be a NFL training camp this spring).

    Brandi is 100% right – there are a lot of Christian cowards out there.

    • ck says:

      Thanks Andrea and you are not the oldest fan here either, ha, ha!
      Definitely appreciate the entertainment factor and, of course, accurate info. 🙂

  10. David says:

    This article appeared in the Boston Globe 3-7.
    http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2015/03/07/sunday-football-notes-chip-kelly-show-with-philadelphia-eagles/1Yeerk2t8Cp5PiTGlDigkM/story.html
    “The NFL is holding a veteran combine in Phoenix on March 22 for players now out of the league, and one name I’ve heard a few times as a possible participant is Tim Tebow, who we last saw throwing a football in August 2013 for the Patriots. Turns out Tebow has been working diligently with Tom House (also Tom Brady’s personal coach) in Los Angeles over the last two years, sharpening his skills and hoping for one last shot. House told us on Friday that he isn’t sure if Tebow will be attending the combine, but “he went from being a little inaccurate and didn’t throw a whole lot of spirals, to throwing very accurate and real good at spinning the ball.”

  11. Bubbaelvis says:

    When I read the quote by Tom House it drives me crazy. How is it that no NFL team knows this? Here we have one of the all time great college QB’s and by the way a QB that was successful in his only NFL season as a starter and no one has worked him out. The guy that is training him is legit and says he is accurate and can really spin the ball. What is the problem. Sign him already. Great leader, mobile, tremendous athlete, and now add accurate. There is no excuse now. If he isn’t signed this year, I will be a believer that he has been blackballed.

    • brandi says:

      There may be an unofficial blacklisting. NFL GMs talk to each other and, as the leaked talk between Tampa & Bills GMs shows, there’s not much taboo in the way of talking down Players.

      My problem with any actual orchestrated blacklist is…I just don’t see them thinking that far ahead. Roger Goodell talked $120Million a Game, possibly more, for the Thursday Night Game Package. TV Network Executives had already said they didn’t like the deals they signed just before the Lock-Out, didn’t see how they’d make money off them and had to get very creative in terms of cross-promotions with other shows, etc. just to try to feel like they’re getting a value. And they’d never do it again. The Thursday game package came out and they showed they meant it.

      How could Goodell not know that? How could he put out a number that wasn’t even close to what the Networks were willing to spend only to have to try to save some face with the Split Broadcast and the announcement they’d revisit it in a couple years?

      The thing is, this is far from a lone incident.

      Was there ANY good reason for Steve Bisciotti to come off so cavalier in the Ray Rice Interview he did? Then say if he’s forced by the NFL to sell the Team, so what. It’s not like he spends much time on them anyway and wouldn’t miss it if he was run off. This was a scheduled thing with lots of preparation time over an issue that had a Special Investigation and Goodell’s neck in a noose.

      There’s so much that is so beyond the gang that can’t shoot straight, I really think Tim Tebow is out of the NFL not because he’s actually blacklisted. But because the league has become so dysfunctional it let a few egomaniacal idiots cause them to lose the Golden Boy and Golden Goose.

      I think it was incompetence and too much pride and arrogance to step up and fix it.

      Buzzy Says : I have to agree with Brandi if Tim got Pick up by a team and does well then 31 other owners and Gm will look Bad and the good old boys club is not going to let that Happon. No one of thease boys are going to take that chance. T2 has as many fans as the whole NFL and they just can not handle it.durning the Pittsburg game the fans crashed Tweeter and the TV ratings was about the same as the super bowl. How could there be any reason for T2 to not be playing except too much pride and arrogance as Brandi says.

      • andrea says:

        I know I am older than a lot of you Tebow fans but I remember in the 1970’s the Monday Night football games with Dandy Don, Howard Cossell and Frank Gifford. The games drew around 40 million viewers. People would change their bowling and bridge nights so they could watch it.

        I think Sunday Night football is the big draw this year – 30 million people. 30 million out of a total population of 300 million. so 1 out of 10.

        Here in Maryland every citizen helped pay for the cost of the Ravens Stadium in Baltimore. Yet 2 hours drive west to Cumberland Md there are many Pittsburgh Steeler fans. When you drive 2 1/2 hours east to Salisbury MD – the tv channels there carry the Washington Redskins games.

        My hunch is most of the viewing audience for tv football is concentrated in the cities that actually have a team and the rest of the country that doesn’t have a football team are more interested in their local college football team than the NFL.

        I wonder how many people watch and care about the NFL in Oklahoma?

    • ck says:

      Yes, bubbaelvis, have to agree w/u…bet they would like to be blacklisted!

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