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New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick suggested Friday before the Patriots opening practice of training camp that Tim Tebow could be used at other positions besides just quarterback. “I think that we’ll use Tim wherever we feel like he’s best for the team and I know that’s what he’s
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Tim Tebow reportedly struggled again in his second day of Patriots training camp, which resulted in fans chanting for Tom Brady.
A look at Tom Brady and New England’s offense at Patriots training camp.
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New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick may have plans for Tim Tebow outside of the quarterback position.
Signed by the Patriots it is unclear what Tebow’s official duties will be on game day. The Patriots were said to be focused on using Tebow exclusively as a quarterback but those plans may be shifting.
What factors lead to success as an NFL head coach? Is it something quantifiable such as success as a coordinator or previous experience coaching, or is it the intangible factors that only present themselves when the situation arises?Bill Belichick was mediocre as the head coach in Cleveland from 1991-1995 going 36-44 and only finishing over .500 once. He now has three super bowl...
'DISAPPOINTED AND HURT'
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick addressed the tragic situation involving Aaron Hernandez, saying, "It certainly goes way beyond being a football issue. This is real life."
Tom Curran from Comcast Sports New England said that Tim Tebow looked "horrendous" in his first official practice with the Patriots.Fantasy Spin:Curran was referring to Tebow's passing as two of his seven passes were intercepted. Tebow also took part in some receiving drills and even lined up as a running back a few times. He'll get reps this season, just probably...
According to Field Yates of ESPNBoston.com, Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola looked pretty good the other day despite some rainy weather. “We got a lot of good work in,” he said. “A little wet at times, but a lot of good work. Everybody seemed really happy to be out here and it’s a good first day.” Though others endured some struggles in handling the football in the...
New England's famously stoic coach Bill Belichick revealed a human side Wednesday when he addressed the Aaron Hernandez situation, two days before the team kicks off training camp.
When Patriots coach Bill Belichick addressed the media for the first time at training camp on Thursday it was all Aaron Hernandez all the time and not a single question about Tim Tebow was asked. But on Friday Belichick got his first Tebow question.
Specifically Belichick was asked whether the Patriots see Tebow as a quarterback exclusively or whether they might use him at other...
Bill Belichick and Vince Wilfork.
Tebow just a caught a ball from Mallett in a weird new drill I've never seen before. #AlertTheRubberneckers
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 26, 2013
Tebow's still catching passes ... Lining up with back and receivers in a (non-contact) tackling drill.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 26, 2013
Today, Tim Tebow has been practicing with wide receivers and...
Tim Tebow says the case in which Aaron Hernandez is charged with murder is heartbreaking and sad.
And he says his thoughts and prayers are with all the families involved.
Tebow spoke Friday after the first practice of the New England Patriots training camp. The quarterback played with Hernandez in college at Florida and at last month's Patriots minicamp before they cut the...
There were many folks around the NFL and football circles in general that wondered what Bill Belichick would say about Aaron Hernandez in today’s press conference. Some speculated that the timing of the event suggested that Belichick would give us more than he usually does at such events. Those people, as it turned out, weren’t entirely wrong, but Bill Belichick certainly didn’t...
The book on Aaron Hernandez‘s career with the Patriots is closed. Bill Belichick delivered the epilogue Wednesday afternoon with more words and emotion than what was expected.
The jerseys have been returned and recycled, the football cards have been torn up by New England young people who have been told as many grizzly details as their parents deemed necessary. Hernandez’s bio...
"We evaluate our players on a case by case basis" said Patriots head Coach Bill Belichick. Wideout Kenbrell Thompkins must've had a very thorough look through especially with his past that started in his hometown of Liberty City, Florida. Thompkins had spent more time on the street than he did at Northwestern High which is one of the elite Florida High School football...