Set to operate a Chelsea brothel before passing for the Patriots, Tim Tebow shouldn’t have signed with New England

Tom Brady and Tim Tebow are Patriots.

The New England Patriots signed embattled chucker Tim Tebow to a two-year contract worth $1.36 million on Monday.

Clipped by the New York Jets on April 29, it’s not shocking that offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels persuaded head coach Bill Belichick to ink the 25-year-old Tebow.

While “Spygate’s” mastermind refused to reveal what position the 2007 Heisman Trophy earner will play, Belichick praised Tebow’s diligence and skills.

“What position? We’re going to do what’s best for the football team,” said Belichick, 61, a three-time NFL Coach of the Year. “Tim’s a talented player that’s smart and works hard. We’ll see how it goes.”

With Ryan Mallett serving as Tom Brady’s backup, the 6-foot-3, 235 pound Tebow will operate a Chelsea brothel before receiving any real time under center.

A proven winner on both the collegiate and professional levels, Tebow would have been wiser to agree with a CFL or AFL franchise to continue practicing as a passer.

Although never to be confused with Johnny Unitas, the former Gator is an upstanding human being built to prevail on the gridiron.

Removed from a 12-4 season in the AFC East, New England has made risky acquisitions in the past with mixed results.

For every Randy Moss and Corey Dillon, the Patriots have also employed disasters like Albert Haynesworth and Chad OchoCinco.

Considering New England can axe the polarizing southpaw whenever without any salary cap implications, the Patriots can’t be hurt by obtaining Tebow.

However, collecting more dust on his left arm, Tim Tebow didn’t “do what’s best for” Tim Tebow by relocating to Foxborough as a free agent.

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