Here’s The Advice Tim Tebow Gave Tom Brady About Looking After Aaron Hernandez

Jena Greene | Reporter

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez may have met a tragic end in his jail cell, but his former Florida teammate Tim Tebow seemed to have an eerie sense about his fate.

The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner reportedly gave Patriots quarterback Tom Brady advice on how to deal with Aaron Hernandez. His words were revealed on a Boston Globe special from Spotlight tea, which details both Hernandez’s darkest and brightest moments. (RELATED: Read Aaron Hernandez’s Chilling Suicide Notes Written Days Before His Death)

Oct 6, 2018; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators former quarterback Tim Tebow is inducted into the Ring of Honor at the end of the first quarter against the LSU Tigers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports - 11388646

Oct 6, 2018; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators former quarterback Tim Tebow is inducted into the Ring of Honor at the end of the first quarter against the LSU Tigers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports – 11388646

Back when Brady and Tebow met during a Patriots-Broncos matchup in 2011, Brady reportedly told Tebow he was trying to “watch over” the newly signed Patriots tight end.

“I’m trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon [Spikes],” Brady told Tebow. Spikes had also recently signed with the Patriots from Tebow’s alma mater.

“I appreciate that, man. They’re good guys,” Tebow said back.

“Yeah,” Brady said. Adding they’re they’re “a lot to handle.”

Oct 14, 2018; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) makes a pass while pressured by Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey (97) during the first quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports - 11445237

Oct 14, 2018; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) makes a pass while pressured by Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey (97) during the first quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports – 11445237

Looking after Hernandez would have been a full-time job, however. He was found guilty of murder in 2013 and sentenced to life in prison.

He began his sentence in a maximum security prison just near Foxborough earlier in 2015. He was later found hanged in his cell in April 2017. He left an array of eerie suicide notes to his family and was later found to have one of the worst cases of CTE scientists have seen to date.

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