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Tim Tebow gets it. At least he says he does.
The Denver quarterback says he had no problem with Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch striking the prayerful pose known as “Tebowing” after sacking him last week.
Pro football’s outspoken outlaws were called classless after allegedly taunting a star quarterback who’d suffered a seemingly serious injury and, the following week, were dubbed sacrilegious after mocking the prayerful pose of America’s most popular scatter-armed passer.
Because they would know things like this, Forbes magazine took a stab at ranking the 10 best and 10 worst owners in the NFL over that last five years.
Wanna guess where the Lions owner came in on the list? It’s not pretty.
Nick Fairley hasn’t really been able to participate in the Detroit Lions’ 6-2 first half, but the coaching staff has faith the rookie defensive tackle will be able to emerge in the second half of the season.
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Topics: Detroit Lions, Jim Schwartz. Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley, Tim Tebow, William Clay Ford