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05:15  14 august  2019
05:15  14 august  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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It's rookie haircut time in Denver Broncos training camp, which means the first-year pros got some awful, awful coifs shaved into their heads. But there’s also some kind of crazy thing in the back of another rook’s head that looks like roadkill. That might be even better than The Tebow .

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It's the end of an era in Denver as the Broncos are doing away with a rookie tradition in which rookies were given ridiculous haircuts, like the wild one that Tim Tebow got way back in 2010.

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First-year head coach Vic Fangio, who already put an end to music being played at training camp, explained why he wanted the Broncos to get out of the barber business.

From NFL.com:

"I just don't think it's right. I just don't believe in hazing," Fangio said, via The Athletic's Nicki Jhabvala. "There are traditions that stay put. Guys are getting up in front of the team and doing a little skit every night. Maybe a rookie's carrying somebody's pads off the field and so on, or bringing in the doughnuts or the breakfast. But nothing physical."

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There are rookie haircuts and then there's the masterpiece on the back of one Broncos rookie 's But the "Friar Tebow " look was far less ridiculous than the ACTUAL rat tail now sported by what It's a tradition that dates back several years. The Broncos are defending Super Bowl champions, too, so

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Broncos LB Bradley Chubb, who got a rough cut last year, was sad to see it go:

"Oh man you saw my haircut last year, I wanted to get somebody back this year so bad," Chubb said, per Mike Klis of 9News. "But it's all good. It grew back so I'm not too mad anymore."

Here's Chubb's haircut, by the way:

And a few more from last year:

And here's another look at Tebow's legendary one:

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What a 'do.

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