Denver Broncos Rookie Tim Tebow Isn't Whining About Haircut, Dez Bryant
Depending how you feel about rookie hazing in the NFL, or in any sport for that matter, you can't deny that the Denver Broncos' first-round pick, Tim Tebow, is taking his induction like a champ.
The former Florida Gator superstar recently unveiled his new haircut, which is reminiscent of the Friar Tuck's do. It's an embarrassing, horrid hairstyle that hasn't been en vogue since the days of Robin Hood, but Tebow isn't crying about it, unlike Dez Bryant.
Bryant, the Dallas Cowboys' first pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, went public with his disapproval of the way rookies are treated in camp. Can you believe he was asked to carry veteran's pads and helmets?
It's a down-right shame to ask a first-year player to participate in any activity that would show they're willing to pay a small price for respect from their teammates.
"I'm not doing it," Bryant said in a recent ESPN interview. "I feel like I was drafted to play football, not carry another player's pads."
"If I was a free agent, it would still be the same thing. I just feel like I'm here to play football. I'm here to try to help win a championship, not carry someone's pads. I'm saying that out of no disrespect to [anyone]."
Yeah, and Tebow wasn't drafted to get his hair mangled worse than a home-Flowbee hookup.
The Broncos signed Tebow to a five-year deal, which is reportedly worth up to $33 million with incentives. He has $8.7 million guaranteed, which is more than enough to buy a suitable hair-piece, comb and gel, in order to get back to his former dapper-do.
And carrying Roy Williams' pads wasn't worth a reported guaranteed $8.5 million over the same five-year time-frame, Bryant?
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