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Wednesday, 21 August 2013

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Coach Belichick says that Tim Tebow is one of the most dedicated team players he has ever coached.

FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts - Newly acquired Patriots player Tim Tebow knows how to win over his fellow players, coaches, and even fans.

The man who is number 5 in the Patriots program has now become number 1 in the hearts of many at PatsLand.

Tebow, who practices and plays harder than just about any player in the history of the NFL, recently told Coach Belichick that he wanted to pay for the team's season supply of Gatorade.

He said that he is thrilled to have been given a chance to play for the Patriots and he wants to do something to show his appreciation.

Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily noted that shortly after he was signed by New England he told his new coach that he would play at any position, even on defense and on kickoff teams.

He even said that he would buy everyone on the team hot dogs after every game; win or lose.

Reno noted that Tebow was basically not used but abused when he was with the New York Jets. But the way the young man is going, he could end up being elected to the Boston city council before it's all over with.

IN OTHER NEWS. Word filtering out of North Korea is that Kim Jong Un has cancelled his plans to invade France on August 31. No reason was given.

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