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                                                    Trouble known before Trouble began      In 2011 Aaron Hernandez, the Patriots former now incarcerated tight end was a 20 year old rookie. He was the youngest player on an NFL roster that year but still had an impact as we all know. In week 15 though of 2011, video shows that Tim Tebow who was the starting Quarterback for the Broncos at the time (still makes me laugh, the words; Tebow and Starter) after being thrashed by the Patriots at Denver was concerned about Hernandez and even the outspoken twitter rampant linebacker, former Gator, and current OTA skipper, Brandon Spikes. Both of who, were his teammates at the University of Florida. When Brady in the video approaches Tebow after the game he says " I'm trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon" and Tebow responds "I appreciate that, too, man. They're good guys".       We all knew that Aaron Hernandez could have been a higher draft pick than in th
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