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With all the talk of red flags on players coming out of college as tight end Aaron Hernandez faces murder charges, one scout gives us his take on scouting players and the very involved process of background checking. NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah estimates that scouts now devote 75 percent of their time to background and character research. That's a lot of time. While some could argue that the Patriots ignored some red flags on Hernandez, there wasn't anything of note that made them re-think their decision to sign him.

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