Tim Tebow will get one more chance in the NFL. After a offseason of questions concerning his future the 25-year-old Tebow was signed by the New England Patriots before minicamp begins on Tuesday.
There had long been rumored a spot in New England with Josh McDaniels serving as the play caller. McDaniels drafted Tebow when he was the head coach of the Denver Broncos.
In order to clear a roster spot for Tebow the Patriots waived Mike Kafka. Tebow had been saying publicly he wanted to only play quarterback but with Bill Belichick finding multiple uses for players it is possible that Tebow could get some playing time as a tight end or H-back.