““…I’m trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon,” Brady tells Tebow.
“I appreciate that, too, man. They’re good guys,” Tebow responds.
“[Yeah] they’re a lot to handle,” Brady says.”
Tebow and Brady are shown talking about Hernandez — as well as former Florida Gator Brandon Spikes — in the long-forgotten video from NFL Films.
“Now that Tebow has found his way to New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox scout Tom Kotchman told WEEI beat writer Rob Bradford that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim wanted to draft the three-sport star out of high school. If Tebow had returned his information card to the Angels, “we were going to take him,” said Kotchman, who was scouting for the team at the time.”
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“This move is not about 2013 — it’s about reuniting Tebow with McDaniels, who traded up to draft Tebow 25th overall in 2010, and seeing if they can reignite the Tebow spark. The two didn’t have a full season together in Denver (McDaniels was fired 12 games into the season), but they spent a lot of time working on Tebow’s throwing mechanics and play recognition that summer.
… “Just redshirt him, sit him out a year,” NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah said. “Let this guy work and develop in darkness. He hasn’t had a chance to just do that.””
Tim Tebow stopped his plane in #ICT just to congratulate Coach Marshall and the Shockers!
“I think he has to change his position; he has to put quarterback behind him,” said [former GM Bill] Polian, now an ESPN analyst. “He’s a good football player, but he’s not a quarterback you can hang your hat on.” … “I don’t think he’s a passer, period — the kind of passer you have to have to win in the NFL.”
“I think his career is over without playing another position.” - one NFL general manager said this week”
“For seven years, I had final say on everything. That was an honor and a privilege and a responsibility I totally embraced — whether it was trading for Tim Tebow or trading up for Darrelle Revis or trading for Brett Favre and everything in between. Ultimately, I had the final say on things.”
Former NY Jets GM, Mike Tannenbaum, takes responsibility for Tebow trade
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