Looking for insight on how the New England Patriots intend to use just-signed quarterback Tim Tebow? Don’t look to Bill Belichick. All but one of the first 19 questions for the Patriots coach at a news conference Tuesday were about …
When Tim Tebow signed a two-year deal with the Patriots in 2013, he saw it as the opportunity to save his faltering professional football career. He went to training camp with the mindset of learning under Bill Belichick and Tom Brady …
Yep, Tim Tebow. He might as well be Frankenstein's monster, with Patriots coach Bill Belichick in the role of visionary doctor (or mad scientist). Tebow certainly isn't going to unseat Tom Brady as the starter, and he probably won't …
Classic Bill Belichick. Peppered with questions about Tim Tebow, Belichick was typically gruff and brisk ... And then, “we’ve already talked enough about him.”
FOXBORO (AP) -- One day of practice wasn't enough for Patriots coach Bill Belichick to share his thoughts on new backup quarterback Tim Tebow. Two days? Not a lot to go on there, either, as Tebow spent much of Wednesday's …
Bill Belichick was so pissed that the media said he hates Tim Tebow that he’s willing to inflict Teebs on all of us for at least one more year. So thanks media. In fact, Belichick trolling is the best way to think about this. The worst is Josh …
Belichick, of course, had little or nothing to say about anything linked to this media circus. He’s a master of the stone-faced press conference. Tebow was his usual self and said a few polite words and, when offered a chance to flee, …
He went over his brief time with the Patriots on the show, saying that he imagined himself as the Aaron Rodgers to Tom Brady’s Brett Favre, and that he and Bill Belichick would go win a handful of Super Bowls. That did not happen. …
Bill Belichick wants nothing more than to prove he knows more than you about football. He wants to embarrass the New York Jets by proving to them he can do more with Tim Tebow than Rex Ryan can. He wants us all to feel like idiots for …
Not long after Tim Tebow was released by the New York Jets, there was some speculation that the New England Patriots could be interested in signing him. Patriots coach Bill Belichick has been complimentary of Tebow in the past, and …