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Topic - Chaz Schilens
Belichick says he's not getting into a "minute-by-minute" evaluation of his new backup quarterback. Tebow practiced for the first time with the Patriots on Tuesday after signing with the team. The Patriots are holding their three-day minicamp that runs through Thursday.
One day of practice wasn't enough for Patriots coach Bill Belichick to share his thoughts on new backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
Thanks to Arian Foster, the Houston Texans are still undefeated — but very nearly let this one slip away.
The most important call of Tim Tebow's day comes far away from the huddle.
It's Tebow Time on Broadway.
When the Oakland Raiders drafted Jacoby Ford in the fourth round, it looked like another typical Al Davis selection of the fastest player from the NFL combine.
"I honestly thought we were going to drive down the field and score a touchdown" on the last drive," wide receiver Chaz Schilens said. "It's not going the right way."
"I asked him one day if he just ever stops and wants to get away, and he says, `Nah.'