Tim Tebow has a new home in the NFL. The New England Patriots confirmed today (Tuesday) they signed the 25-year-old as their backup quarterback.
Terms of the contract were not released. The former Heisman Trophy winner spent two years in Denver and one with the New York Jets. He has been praised and criticized for being outspoken about his strong Christian faith.
By signing with New England, Tebow will be reunited with Offensive Coordinator Josh Mcdaniels. Mcdaniels was the head coach of the Denver Broncos when they drafted Tebow in the first round in 2010.
Tebow will also get an opportunity to learn from starting quarterback Tom Brady.Brady has won three Super Bowls and was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, twice.