Tim Tebow Will Eventually Play Key Role in Bill Belichick’s Up-Tempo Offense

June 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tom Brady isn’t going anywhere soon. The former NFL MVP still has plenty of gas left in the tank to finish out his current three-year extension with the New England Patriots.
That's potentially five more seasons of Brady behind center for New England.
But that doesn’t mean there can’t be a future for Tim Tebow in a Patriots uniform.
ESPN’s Ed Werder first broke the news of Tebow's signing on Monday, June 11, a day before the team reported for its mandatory offseason minicamp.
Adam Schefter, Werder’s colleague, reported the next morning that Tebow’s deal would be for two years and include no guaranteed money.
Speculation has run rampant since the backup quarterback inked that “prove it” deal with the team.
How will Bill Belichick utilize the polarizing quarterback?
What position will he play?
Will he even make the team?
Actor Dennis Leary jokingly believes he has an answer to those questions.
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