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Heavily-tattooed, hard-running, hybrid offensive weapon Aaron Hernandez leads a trio of New Englanders playing in Super Bowl.
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I can’t say that I’ve ever wondered what Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez’s naked back might look like, but somehow I feel that I’m a better person for having seen the rather grandiose tattoo that adorns his backside. I just wish I knew why.
Is it possible to find spiritual enlightenment from the inked back of a possible Super Bowl winning tight end, and if so, is that better...
Aaron Hernandez Highlights (by WatchSomeFootball)
Who would have thought Patriots’ Tight End Aaron Hernandez would have such a large back tattoo? Not me, but good info to have.
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — He is the other half of the Patriots’ two-headed tight-end monster, the one with the sketchy past and without the amusing nickname.
Aaron Hernandez does not have Rob Gronkowski’s Incredible Hulk physique or receiving numbers and isn’t getting the attention showered on “Gronk,” but that doesn...
Rob Gronkowski's father, Gordy, stated that the stud tight end is dealing with a high-ankle sprain, according to WIVB 4 in Williamsville.
While Gronkowskis father also expects his son to be fine for Super Bowl XLVI on February 5th, the Giants could still catch a break if he ends up being hindered by the injury. And if ineffective, the Giants would be able to focus...
The last time the Giants tangled with the Patriot, Tom Brady tossed two touchdown passes. Both went to tight ends, which is no great surprise.
Rob Gronkowski caught eight passes for 101 yards and Aaron Hernandez caught four for 35. Both found their way into the end zone. The Giants...