If you thought that Tim Tebow would potentially sign with the Patriots, think again. According to reports, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has said that he "hates" Tim Tebow as a player.
The report from Yahoo Sports' Mike Silver says that the team would not bring in Tebow because they wouldn't like the media circus that follows Tebow. The team had been rumored in the past to have had an interest in Tebow's services, especially from offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who drafted Tebow and coached him while they were both with the Denver Broncos.
Since Tebow is more of a gimmicky player, the team would have to forfeit some of Tom Brady's snaps in favor of Tebow and that is something that Bill Belichick is not willing to do. Although Belichick has now said that he "hate" Tebow as a player, he does however praise his attitude and work ethic, something Belichick holds in high regard.
Tebow's options are running thin when it comes to finding a home in the NFL. The Jacksonville Jaguars, a team that needs help at quarterback, has said in the past that they will not pursue Tebow even if he's is released by the Jets. The Jaguars have not contacted Tebow even after he was released by the Jets.
Tebow's only option that he has right now is as a potential backup quarterback with an arena football team in Omaha. Tebow also has an option in the CFL with the Montreal Alouettes, the team owns his CFL rights, but again he would be a backup and he is not likely to sign with the Alouettes.