.........Tebow is a perfect example of the media doing the exact opposite of Bron.I dont like Lebron much,but he gets blasted for EVERYTHING to a point its unfair.If you listen to the media Tebow is a saint and perfect person.Good example is right when he turned pro i was working out in Jacksonville Florida near where he went to high school and like an hour from Gainesville,and they were doing this long story on national TV about how selfless he was,staying 2 hours after his scheduled time to give autographs to fans...i though to myself,that cool of him.Come to find out from a friend who was at the mall,he was charging like 100 dollar for them autographs.Being a college senior with an uncertain draft status,of course he is gonna stay and get money.He also gets all this credit for his leadership and such...and yea he seems like a decent leader,but that tem was damn good with Leak too.The media didnt like him though.He went from possible Heisman candidate to that guy holding Tebow back in like two months.BTW...those dudes are retarded if they think Orton is the problem in Denver,and Lloyd is just saying that the organization isnt gonna let Tebow not get his shot bc they gave up too damn much for him,which is real talk.
I def agree with your initial point about the medias treatment of LeBron vs. the way they treat someone like Tebow BUT regarding your story about Tebow charging $100 for autographs, I think you might not know the entire situation.
"The fee is $160, with a large portion of the proceeds going toward the Tim Tebow Foundation
A huge chunk of EVERYTHING tebow does (including his NFL salary) actually goes to his foundation to benefit people in the philippines. He gives an inordinate amount of his money to good causes. I remember he was selling tons of signed footballs for $150 once in g-ville and ALL of the proceeds went to a foundation. And ultimately, if you think about the timing of the event you mentioned, it was right after he could FINALLY profit off of his name and was no longer under bullsh*t hypocritical NCAA rules regarding athletes making money. He gave his signature thousands of times for free, never made money off his own $80 jersey, who wouldnt charge for a sig once you finally can? I just disagree that this can be citied as an example against him being a "saint and perfect person", which of course no one is.