When it comes to Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots—nothing should surprise you.
With that being said, if Tim Tebow does end up entering the 2013 training as a member of the New England Patriots, that shouldn’t surprise you in the slightest way.
As the New York Jets released Tebow Monday morning, many NFL writers and analysts might link Tebow to the Patriots.
Why is that? Because Josh McDaniels, New England’s current offensive coordinator, is the man that drafted Tebow with the 25th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.
The connection to the Patriots doesn’t end there.
During the 2010 draft season, Bill Belichick and the Patriots should some interest in Tebow, as Belichick often praised Tebow.
To continue on the notion of Belichick praising Tebow—he is the kind of player that Belichick would love.
Tebow is a team player that will line up at just about any position that the team asks of him—something that Belichick loves. Tebow would not only find himself on New England’s depth chart as a backup quarterback, but he could find himself on the field playing as an H-back, tight end or fullback.
When it comes to scouting players, Belichick loves versatility and Tebow brings that to the table. Tebow might not be an NFL quarterback, but he is a football player.
There hasn’t been any reports of New England showing any interest in the free agent quarterback, but don’t be surprised if Tebow does end up entering training camp this summer as a member of the New England Patriots.
Your Turn: Would you want Tebow on the Patriots?