Seems like most of the media has written him off already but I feel like this is the prime opportunity for A.J. Jenkins to break out.
Deacon Jones passed away. :(
Ed Werder reporting that the Patriots have signed Tim Tebow...
So they can try and polish that turd into replacing Welker?
Grrreat, another year of Tebow in the NFL.
ESPN must be geekin'.
Won't have to travel that far that's for sure.
Tebow needs to realize he's not gonna make it as a QB in NFL and just convert into a TE.
It's not Tebow that needs to realize that, it's these damn coaches thinking he has qb tools
Robin I didn't know he was listed as 3rd...WOW
I honestly thought hoodie coach wanted a WR experiment with lord boy
Good luck Chowds
forget about Tebow though, I feel like this is the much bigger news to come from the NFL today
Even if he switches to TE, what is he going to do for the Patriots, be in a three TE set or something?
The fact that any team still gives him a shot for a roster spot is asinine
Business wise it's a great move cause he moves jerseys
Tebow and Gronk in the same locker room, hilarious. I hope Hard Knocks is listening.
I guess three tight end sets are an actual thing (apart from goalline situations) that Chip Kelly is planning on using, and that Jim Harbaugh has been using.
Bring on the Tebow era!
From what I've been reading, he'll study some of the TE position but mostly QB. If he's third string, it'll be no pressure for him and he can just develop like he should have been doing. I don't see him making the 53 man roster but it's basically a free try out for Belichick so why not. The guy DOES have talent. I don't know how and where that will translate in the NFL though.
It is amusing that if this somehow works, it's example #3452 of why Bill Belichick and the Krafts are genius, but that if it fails, all the Tebow haters will get their yuks in, but no one will fault the Patriots.
Patriots’ Aaron Hernandez reportedly questioned in death investigation in North Attleboro
By Travis Andersen and Jaclyn Reiss, Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent
NORTH ATTLEBORO -- Authorities are refusing to comment on a media report that Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been questioned by State Police in connection to a death investigation here.
Troopers were seen escorting a woman into Hernandez’s home at about 7:35 tonight at the upscale Westford Estates development here.
SI.com, citing unnamed sources, reported earlier today that State Police had questioned Hernandez in connection with a probe into the discovery of a body on Monday night in an industrial yard in town, but he is not considered a murder suspect.
A State Police spokesman could not confirm tonight that troopers had questioned Hernandez.
The Patriots, Hernandez’s agent, the Bristol district attorney’s office, and local police all refused to comment Tuesday.
Travis Andersen can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @TAGlobe.
Timmy, get on the prayer line. Now.
He isn't a suspect so it really isn't that big of a deal. Now obviously something could change it become a big deal but right now at this moment it's nothing.
Obviously it is a big deal in New England, but assuming he still isn't a suspect it should be completely forgotten about in 2 days, probably for something about Tebow.
This is a big deal in New England too. This is so ridiculous. Putin is a dick. I went to college with Bob's son and hung out with their family a few times. There is NO WAY he "gave" Putin that ring. Next to his family the things he loves most are football and money.
Speaking of New England...
Source: Patriots' Hernandez likely to be arrested