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Several news organizations are pressing for the release of more documents related to the murder investigation involving former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
The organizations, including The Associated Press, filed motions Friday in district court in Massachusetts seeking access to two arrest warrants and other search warrants and materials they say remain impounded in the case. Their attorneys call the public's interest in the documents "unmistakable and unabated."
A judge ordered the release of documents related to the case earlier this month after media organizations sought access to them. Prosecutors and Hernandez's attorneys had opposed their release.
A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.
Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd. His legal team says the case against him is circumstantial.
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Trading card company Panini announced that it has replaced Aaron Hernandez in over 500,000 sticker books with the image of Tim Tebow.
Aaron Hernandez and his murder charge is a subject that is taboo in the NFL and especially Foxboro, but it’s also the subject that most people want to know about. Well, Rob Gronkowski is haven’t nothing to do with it.
When pressed to speak about his former teammate Gronk emphatically refused and when pressed even threatened to leave the interview.
I understand his reluctance...
On Wednesday morning, authorities searched an area along Route 95 south in Dedham, Mass. for the second straight day in connection with the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation. According to FOX 25 in Boston, Mass. State Police troopers and seven investigators scoured a specific area along the shoulder of the highway and grass closest to the [...]
The New England Patriots will not release second-year corner back Alfonzo Dennard in wake of his DUI, according to the Boston Globe. The Patriot’s do not plan on releasing Dennard, but they are prepared for him to be suspended by the NFL under the player conduct policy. Dennard could likely be looking at, at least three games, as [...]
A few weeks before Aaron Hernandez life changed forever he spoke with the media at the Patriots facility about his good friend Tim Tebow. It was Hernandez who speculated that Tebow, his former teammate at the University of Florida might give playing tight end a try.George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel who covered Tebow in college and the Denver Post’sMark Kisla who covered him...
According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, trading card and memorabilia company Panini has pulled all of the Aaron Hernandez sticker cards from their sticker book collections.
A representative with trading card and memorabilia company Panini confirmed to ESPN.com on Thursday morning that the company painstakingly removed Hernandez stickers from 500,000 of its sticker books, which were...
The New England Patriots plan on giving Alfonzo Dennard another shot, according to a report from Ben Volin of the Boston Globe. Patriots second-year cornerback Alfonzo Dennard has not had the best offseason, first earning a deferred 30-day jail sentence for assaulting a police officer and then getting arrested last Thursday in Lincoln, Neb., under suspicion of DUI. But despite the...
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“Funny or Die” released a hilarious exclusive to their website this week, entitled “NFL Training Video: How Not to Murder People.” The video addresses the recent string of violent crime in the NFL (*cough* *cough* Aaron Hernandez *cough*) and how to prevent it moving forward.
Absolute gold. Well done.
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Don't expect the players to talk about Aaron Hernandez with the
media, says columnist Mike Garafolo. Coach Bill Belichick will use
fear and the threat of fines to keep their mouths shut.
The Pouncey brothers raised plenty of eyebrows with their decision to wear hats reading “Free Hernandez” to a club recently and one of them quickly apologized for referencing former Florida teammate Aaron Hernandez in that manner.
But Dolphins center Mike Pouncey isn’t joining his brother, Steelers center Maurkice, in a show of contrition. Mike Pouncey was asked about the...
By Matthew MarcziNormally I would not dedicate so much time to a matter that I do not consider directly to be a football issue; however, given the quantity and intensity of the reactions that my article from Tuesday generated, I think it is appropriate to perform a bit of cleanup duty. In this article, I would like to clarify, elaborate on, and correct a few things that I’ve written...
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So what is going to happen here? A-Rod is going to play a game or two then be told by MLB that he’s suspended for 150 games for his second PED offense? I’m really not sure I understand what is going on right now. I posted an article yesterday that said I know for a fact A-Rod is going to get popped for his second PED offense...