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“I think that the bottom line is that we’re not doing anything to mortgage our future.
I’ve always said that everyone keeps talking about, ‘Well, you’re doing this to win now.’ I say, ‘No, we’re doing this to win now on.’ That’s what we’re doing. We had some cap room this year and we had some cash available and we’re able to get in the bidding for these top free agents.” “By no means have we done anything cap-wise or anything to mortgage or take away from the future,” he continued.
John Elway was born June 28, 1960 at Port Angeles, Washington.
He began College Football in 1982 with Stanford collage and became one of the most impressive players in college football.
According to a tweet from ESPN 102.3’s Eric Weidner in Denver, Elway compared free agency to romancing a potential partner while dating. That’s right, if you don’t like Elway scoping out and scooping up what you believe is yours, you better shape up and learn how to treat a free agent right.
I hear him loud and clear.” But it is what Elway said at some other point that was chuckle-worthy and arguably a very apt way in which to explain the winner-take-all, highly competitive nature of pursuing available free agents.
In the 1986-70 season he lead broncos to their first AFC Championship in 9 seasons. Then His wife Janet moved out soon after Jana's death, taking the couple's four children with her.
He was awarded lots of high standard awards but they lost to the New York Giants in the AFC Championship game. Elway and Janet had been married 18 years but Janet couldn’t take the attention anymore and divorced Elway in 2003-2004.
The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter, until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime.
Despite his success, however, Tebow’s potential as a professional level quarterback was called into question due to a perceived lack of passing ability, persistent fumbles, and having the lowest passing completion rate in the league.
At the conclusion of his college career, he held the Southeastern Conference's all-time records in both career passing efficiency and total rushing touchdowns, appearing second and tenth (respectively) in the NCAA record book in these categories.