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The New York Jets did Tim Tebow wrong in 2012 in a number of different ways, but the polarizing quarterback will make his old team pay with the New England Patriots this upcoming season.
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Besides his humble personality and 'can-do' attitude, there are a plethora of reasons to like Tim Tebow .
The Quarterback Who Shall Not Be Named is 25 years old. He's never been arrested.
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One would think last year's failure might have taught New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan that a two-quarterback system does not work.
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You might even say Foxboro, Mass., is where the real Man of Steel resides, given Tim Tebow's ability to survive the reign of terror Rex Ryan and friends fired on Florida's favorite son.
Tom Brady's reaction to Tebow signing with the Patriots last week? Yawn would be a good way to describe it, even if Brady would probably enjoy anybody who takes the focus off him.
A general view outside the Denver Broncos headquarters at Dove Valley - home for Philip Blake since 2012.
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More than 7,000 men gathered at the Gridiron Men's Conference on Friday night to hear Tim Tebow talk about faith and football.
The biggest question mark, as always with the Jets, is the play of their quarterback.
What position will he play? Will he be used differently as a Pat then he was as a Jet? How big will his role be? Many in the football world have expressed their opinions about the Patriots' decision to bring in Tebow, and Giants safety Antrel Rolle offered his two cents on the subject on WFAN radio on Friday.