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Could the door be open for quarterback Tim Tebow to return to the New England Patriots?
Patriots coach Bill Belichick on Monday declined to rule out bringing back the popular but underperforming quarterback some time this season.
''I don't know what's going to happen here in the year, but certainly we've had a lot of players who've left here and come back here,'' Belichick told reporters in his first comments since releasing Tebow on Saturday, the day NFL teams cut their rosters. ''It's already happened this year.''
The Patriots have only two quarterbacks on the active roster. If starter Tom Brady or backup Ryan Mallett are injured, they would need another.
The decision to go with two quarterbacks, as the team has done in the past, was '''cause we thought it was the best thing for the team.''
''There's a million things that go into a personnel decision,'' Belichick said.
Tebow was relea...
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Over the weekend, the New England Patriots ended the Tim Tebow era when they cut the four year veteran out of Florida, deciding to keep only two quarterbacks on their roster. Upon his release, Tebow said that he would continue to pursue his dream of being an NFL quarterback. With that said, here are five teams that could potentially use his services:Buffalo BillsIn their third...
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Quarterback guru Steve Clarkson, who tutored Tim Tebow during this past offseason, believes the quarterback's best hope for a pro career may be in the CFL.
Bill Belichick’s diabolical plan is still coming together, and it involves bringing back Heisman Trophy-winning and playoff-winning QB Tim Tebow. At least, that is what the media wants you to believe. The Drudge Report is probably the greatest link dump in the entire internet, and sometimes has sports-related links thrown in with all the political and Floriduh links as well. Though...
With Tim Tebow out of the National Football League again, the chatter will resume for him to give it a go in the Canadian Football League.
Tebow cleared waivers over the weekend after being cut by the New England Patriots, meaning no NFL team was interested in bringing him in for the season. But that doesn’t mean his football career is over — there’s a game up in Canada that...
Tim Tebow cleared waivers yesterday, officially becoming a
free agent, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Tebow was released by the New
England Patriots over the weekend, prompting questions whether or not his NFL
career was over.
It's official: Tim Tebow is a free agent. Unclaimed on waivers.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 1, 2013
Following his release, Tebow...
It's not getting any easier for Tim Tebow.
After being cut by the Patriots on Saturday and clearing waivers, Tebow got some advice from his former quarterback coach - but it probably isn't what Tebow wants to hear.
"It's time now to maybe just reconsider a different path to his ultimate dream. Tim might want to look to the CFL because he may have run out of options...
The New England Patriots released super popular quarterback Tim Tebow on Saturday August 30th.Tebow did not have a fit in the Patriots' offense. Tebow would never see the field with future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady at the helm.Even going into camp with the Patriots, the odds that head coach Bill Belichick would keep three quarterbacks on the roster was slim to none.Yet...
Tim Tebow was released by the New England Patriots on Saturday.
Even with the public and vocal support from Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Tebow was cut by his third team in as many years.
No matter how you view it, his time spent with the Patriots was head-shaking bad. The chorus of cheers from the anti-Tebow faction that understands that he is a below-mediocre quarterback is loud...
That didn’t take long.
Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 Buffalo reports that the Bills have “zero interest in acquiring” Tim Tebow.
As Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk points out, there are a number reasons for the Buffalo Bills to consider claiming QB Tim Tebow off of waivers.
Currently, the Bills have E.J. Manuel and Jeff Tuel as their signal callers,...
Over the past couple of months, the New England Patriots have been releasing veteran after veteran.
It's only September 1st and we can already say two of the team's biggest free-agent signings have turned into failures.
Aside from the signing of Danny Amendola and the re-signing of cornerback Aqib Talib, the Patriots biggest moves were bringing in Adrian Wilson and Leon...
Tim Tebow was released Saturday by the New England Patriots. In celebration of the end of his NFL career, again, I give you this story originally published on SILVERMAN: On Sports: January 11, 2012:
Now Tim Tebow haunts my slumber. I rarely watch David Letterman anymore but tonight I tune in to see the lovely Kate Beckinsale and Dave’s got a Top 10 re: Timmy Terrific!
Things didn’t work out for Tim Tebow and the Patriots, even though team owner Robert Kraft wishes they had.
“I love Tim Tebow and I very much wanted him on the team,” Kraft said during an interview with CBS This Morning on Tuesday.
Kraft, sporting a bright blue blazer, pink tie and patented white cuffs, was very candid during a seven-minute interview on the show Tuesday morning...
In case you're thinking that the NFL settlement with the players for $765 million in the concussion lawsuit is a lot of money, the NFL gets more than that each year in TV rights.
In other words, you now know where your subscription fee to NFL Red Zone goes.
ESPN already signed off on the settlement deal by backing out oof the documentary production about concussions...