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If you were thinking about selling your Aaron Hernandez jersey on eBay to capitalize on a tragedy you might want to hold off.
There is apparently one buyer who is so disgusted with these sellers that he is placing the highest bid to win the auction and then when it comes time for payment he refuses to pay up. Instead the “buyer” sends the seller an email condemning their actions.
One seller told Yahoo! Sports that he thought he was going to receive $305 for a Hernandez jersey along with a signed mini-helmet when he received the email.
I don’t think that I will be getting paid,” the seller wrote to Yahoo! Sports. “The person emailed me stating I should ‘burn the jersey and stop seeking money for that morons (sic) actions’. Looks like the person has some kind of social agenda.
Good for this guy though it’s surprising that eBay hasn’t suspended him yet. I still find it weird that people are willing to pay top-dollar for a jersey of a (alleged) murderer. Good thing the internet was stil...
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Hundreds of one-time fans are trading in their Aaron Hernandez jerseys.
The New England Patriots are letting fans trade in their No. 81 jerseys for a different one on Saturday and Sunday.
The ex-Patriots tight end has been charged with the murder in the death of 27-year-old semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. He has pleaded not guilty.
The Patriots released Hernandez shortly...
On the eve of the Fourth of July and as the Hernandez scandal seems to be dying down, the Patriots have unveiled their new team logo.
On the eve of the Fourth of July, the Patriots have released their new team logo. This symbol has shifted the “flying Elvis” to the middle of the logo and replaced the old white, cursive lettering with blue, bold lettering.
While, on its face,...
We reported earlier today that Boston authorities have been in contact with Gainesville police in order to gather more information about a 2007 shooting that took place down in Florida.
The Gainesville police have released a statement denying that they’ve been contacted by Boston authorities.
The Gainesville Police Department is aware that members of the national media are reporting...
Patriots fans are waiting on line to exchange their Aaron Hernandez jerseys at the Patriots Pro Shop today.
Wesley Lowery of the Boston Globe posted the photos above.
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Though the details of Aaron Hernandez's future remains to be seen, more is being learned about his current daily routine and privileges in Massachusetts' Bristol County House of Corrections.
In a phone call with FoxSports.com on Wednesday, Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson revealed the following details on Hernandez's day-to-day life in prison.
For Patriots’ fans, the jury is in on Aaron Hernandez. From the looks of the photos posted by Boston College sport…
The New England Patriots did their fans a solid by offering them an opportunity to exchange their Aaron Hernandez jerseys for another Patriots player’s jersey this weekend. The program was announced last week, and it is a two-day program available to fans on Saturday and Sunday. It has been popular thus far. The Patriots said [...]
The New England Patriots announced that almost 1,200 Aaron Hernandez were exchanged today., according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Patriots announced that almost 1,200 Aaron Hernandez jerseys have been exchanged at their pro shop today as of about 5 pm.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 6, 2013
You can see some photos and videos from today’s jersey exchange right here.
The New England Patriots and their fans, aren’t wasting anytime in expunging anything that reminds them of Aaron Hernandez.
According to Busted Coverage, nearly a 100 fans posted up outside the Patriots Pro Shop at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough today, to take advantage of the organization’s offer to rid themselves of the former tight end’s jersey.
The Patriots have given...
Aaron Hernandez is no longer a member of the New England Patriots, but his former teammates may have never viewed him as such anyway.
Sure, Hernandez was a part of the team, practicing and playing with the Patriots on the field each week, but, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, he never really hung out with his teammates.
One source told Howe that Hernandez rarely spent...
Massachusetts State Police recently searched an apartment owned by Aaron Hernandez, uncovering some new evidence in the murder case against the former Patriots tight end.
Police enacted search warrants on a condo Hernandez owned in Franklin, Mass., which just over a dozen miles from his $1.4 million North Attleboro home, in late June, according to the Boston Herald. The search turned...
In the midst of Carlos Ortiz flipping on Aaron Hernandez, and turning state’s evidence, The Boston Herald is reporting that Aaron Hernandez may be paying for Ernest Wallace’s attorney.
The Herald is reporting that the DA is upset about the state’s public defenders office tried to assign a taxpayer-funded lawyer to Hernandez’s alleged co-conspirator, Ernest Wallace, who...
Carlos Ortiz, the 27-year-old associate who admitted he was with Aaron Hernandez the night Odin Lloyd was shot, is starting to sound like a valuable witness who has been cooperating with police as they continue to investigate the murder. In fact, a report from The Sun Chronicle on Wednesday morning revealed that Ortiz was interviewed [...]
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Leave it to the man who wrote the lyrics ‘Murder was the case that they gave me’ to be a fan of Aaron Hernandez. Snoop Lion took to Instagram to show his support for the former NFL tight end. Usually Snoop can do no wrong, but I’m not sure if backing this horse is a good move.-TO
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Our very own Green Bay Packers beat writer Rourke Douglas Decker will be interviewed by ESPN 99.1 personality Jeff Thurn, host of the Overtime show, at 4:20 p.m. CT. They will be discussing the developing situation with New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez and break down what the acquisition of Desmond Bishop means for [...]The post WCSN Packers beat writer Rourke Douglas...