MP3: Antrel Rolle: Signing Tim Tebow Was ‘A Good Move’ For The Patriots

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Antrel Rolle: Signing Tim Tebow Was ‘A Good Move’ For The Patriots MP3

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – As Tim Tebow settles in as a New England Patriot, the anticipation builds. 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? Will he even see the field? 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 th... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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