Found August 30, 2013 on Patriots Life:
A couple days ago, the Rolling Stone released a featured article detailing former Patriots tightend Aaron Hernandez's murder accusation and background. The article released facts about Hernandez that came as a shock to many people, including repeated drug use and his mother's relationship with a drug dealer. With the release of the article came some criticism of the Patriots for not understanding the severity of Hernandez's gang ties. According to the article, Hernandez flew to the NFL Combine this past February to tell head coach Bill Belichick that he was fearing for his life. Allegedly, Belichick told Aaron to rent a second apartment for safety. Team president John Kraft didn't take too kindly to the article making 'false' claims like this: "Reading the article, there were two, three, four things in particular that I saw that are completely, factually inaccurate," Kraft said on WBZ-FM, via The Boston Globe. "I don't know the facts a...
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