MP3: B&C Morning Show: Tebow Gets Another Chance

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B&C Morning Show: Tebow Gets Another Chance MP3

Tim Tebow’s time with the Jets was a disaster, plain and simple. Because of that he was let go, a move which was followed by speculation of whether or not the unorthodox QB would ever find another job in the NFL. Enter Bill Belichick, the Patriots’ head coach and the Jets’ nemesis. In a somewhat surprising move, it was the Pats who have elected to give Tebow another chance. Let the fun begin. Boo... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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