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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had absolutely nothing to say when asked by the media about the new Rolling Stone article about Aaron Hernandez.
The latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine lobs a few grenades at both Aaron Hernandez and New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick.
Among the contentions in the piece are claims that Hernandez abused angel dust while employed by the Patriots and that he approached Belichick to explain that he “feared for life.”
Belichick’s alleged response to his then tight end’s admission...
After Aaron Hernandez reportedly told Bill Belichick that gang members were trying to kill him, the Patriots head coach allegedly suggested he rent a "safe house."
Rolling Stone contributing editor Paul Solotaroff who wrote the magazine's investigative story on Aaron Hernandez with Herald columnist Ron Borges paints a rather unflattering picture of the Patriots brass.
While the most explosive details in the piece are Hernandez's use of angel dust his increasing paranoia and threats that the Patriots would cut the star tight end well...
We mentioned a report yesterday from Rolling Stone that stated that former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez told head coach Bill Belichick that his life was in danger.
According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, Patriots president Jonathan Kraft claims that Hernandez never told Belichick his life was in danger.
Jonathan Kraft says Belichick denied that Hernandez ever told him...
We mentioned earlier today the former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was using angel dust during his time in New England.
This report among many others came from Rolling Stone’s The Gangster in the Huddle piece.
Another amazing report that came from the story was how head coach Bill Belichick allegedly handled Hernandez’ s off the field actions.
In his first remarks after...
Throughout the entire Aaron Hernandez murder investigation, people have wondered what exactly the New England Patriots knew about their former tight end’s life off the football field. It has become obvious that Hernandez hung around with a shady crowd and did his best to continue living the life of a thug, but to what extent […]
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says tight end Rob Gronkowski hasn’t missed a day of training camp. From Belichick’s press conference, via Patriots’ team website: Q: How does Rob Gronkowski look? I know he was out there yesterday running around.
Robert Kraft has learned not to meddle when it comes to roster decisions. But that doesn’t mean he won’t be lobbying Bill Belichick if there’s a player or two he’d like to see make the cut, such as a certain Tim Tebow.
Tebow’s time as a Patriot may be close to ending as New England trims its roster down to its final 53 players. While some people think Tebow has a future...
As a lifelong New Englander, one would think that I would
have a swordfish hold of things to say about Patriots cornerback, Ras-I Dowling. Cricket sounds. However, I will say this; one cannot make the
club from the tub.
Breech of CBSSports reports that the New England Patriots have released
Dowling, the first pick in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft.
It's not just about the New England Patriots being the New England Patriots. Yes, I know you should never bet against that legendary Tom Brady-Bill Belichick duo, no matter how bleak things look. But I also believe the Patriots are destined to win the AFC East for the 10th time in 11 seasons merely because the rest of that division continues to let them off the hook.
New England Patriots President Jonathan Kraft has come out swinging in defense of head coach Bill Belichick and the whole organization.
Kraft appeared on 98.5 The Sports Hub radio show on Thursday, and vehemently denied a Rolling Stones report that Bill Belichick or the Patriots organization knew Hernandez was unstable, or that Bill Belichick told Hernandez to purchase a safe house...