The most action a backup quarterback could see in the NFL may be during offseason minicamps and…
The Patriots signed who? Tim Tebow? Why?
ESPN's Ed Werder reported Monday the Patriots are signing Tebow and will be expected to participate for mandatory minicamp on Tuesday.
What will Bill Belichick do with this guy? He was a failure as a quarterback, with a horrific career completion percentage of 47.9, while only throwing for 39 total yards in two starts with the Jets in 2012. Tebow can't throw and he wasn't even good at punt protection on special teams for New York.
It's also unclear what position Tebow will be competing for. Conflicting reports have him battling for the backup quarterback position with Ryan Mallett, while others say he'll be working with the tight ends.
Like it or not Tebow mania is coming to Foxboro and there's nothing Tebow-haters can do about it.
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