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The buzz around Aaron Hernandez is keeping the Patriots as the center of attention during this downtime in the NFL offseason — and for all the wrong reasons, too. But Jerod Mayo isn’t letting the noise affect him. Mayo briefly addressed Hernandez’s current situation during a Health and Fitness Expo at Hynes Convention Center on Sunday, saying that he’s been “ignoring” all the noise, according to ESPN Boston. “We always talk about ignoring the noise, and we’re doing the same now,” Mayo said when asked about Hernandez. “Whether it’s good or bad, we always talk about ignoring the noise.” The Patriots are a very football-centric organization with no time or place for nonsense or distractions. Bill Belichick doesn’t do hypotheticals and he definitely doesn’t like his players getting caught up in the uproar of attention that can arise in situations like this one. So, as one of the Patriots’ primary leaders both on and off the field, Mayo stayed the course when asked how teammates would
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ESPN’s Roger Cossack believes the police are increasing the pressure they’re applying to Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to try and get him to tell them what he knows about the murder of Odin Lloyd.
As we’ve seen, over the past few days Hernandez has gone on with living his life as the police try to pick it apart.
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Prosecutors paint a picture of a pissed off ex-Pat, Aaron Hernandez, livid that his 'friend' Odin Llyod had talked to men at the Boston club Rumor that he, Hernandez, had feuded with.
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Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com believes their chance the New England Patriots will end up releasing tight end Aaron Hernandez after embarrassing the NFL and the Patriots organization for his alleged involvement in a homicide.
“I think we need all the information about Hernandez’s involvement before we can answer that. At the least, it appears he’s guilty of drawing negative attention...
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has not been having a good week and Wednesday in particular has been brutal. Hernandez was arrested this morning and 45 minutes later he was cut by the New England Patriots. Hernandez was charged with six different counts Wednesday afternoon, five different gun charges and one count of first degree murder. He has also been...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New England Patriots won’t be able to recoup any of Aaron Hernandez’s bonus money after releasing him today.
By releasing Aaron Hernandez today, Patriots have waived all rights to recoup bonus money or salary through the CBA.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 26, 2013
Aaron Hernandez's new salary-cap charge in 2013 is $5.092...
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was arrested Wednesday morning and is expected to be charged with obstruction of justice for destroying possible evidence and refusing to cooperate with police investigating the June 17 murder of his associate, Odin Lloyd.
The Patriots are a notoriously conservative organization and it was announced a few hours following his arrest that the team had released...
New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was handcuffed, and taken into police custody this morning according to multiple sources.
10-12 police officers pulled up to Hernandez’s house in Attleboro, Mass around 8:45 a.m. Police knocked on the door where Hernandez looked surprised when police told him he was being taken into police custody. Hernandez was placed in handcuffs and led...
The news for Patriots' tight end Aaron Hernandez came fast and furious today. Just one year removed from a massive investment of 5 years $40 million by his team, Hernandez was arrested in connection with a murder and then released by the Patriots in quick succession today. I read a lot of reports about how some GM's took Hernandez off their board on draft day entirely because...
Aaron Hernandez was arrested at his home in North Attleboro on Wednesday morning. At about 8:45 a.m., law enforcement officials dressed in suits entered his home. Hernandez left in handcuffs two minutes later and was placed in the back of a police cruiser. According to FOX 25 in Boston, Hernandez was taken to the North [...]
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is having a really bad day.Fantasy Spin:Hernandez was taken into custody Wednesday morning and a couple hours later the Patriots released the talented receiver.