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Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey has declined to join twin brother Maurkice in apologizing for wearing a baseball cap that supported former college teammate Aaron Hernandez.
The Pounceys were photographed a week ago wearing hats that read "Free Hernandez" during their birthday party in Miami.
Hernandez played at the University of Florida with the Pounceys in 2007-09. The former New England Patriots tight end is charged with a murder in Massachusetts and has pleaded not guilty.
Following the Dolphins' first training camp practice Sunday, Mike Pouncey said he didn't want to discuss his cap because he wanted to focus on football.
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Maurkice gave a fake apology, but Mike doesn’t believe there is anything to be sorry for.
Mike Pouncey was asked about the hat after the Dolphins’ first practice of training camp on Sunday, but neither apologized nor otherwise talked about the hat.
I’m just here to focus on football,” Pouncey said. “It’s training camp right now, so we’re just here to focus on football...
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Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey declined to join twin brother Maurkice in apologizing for wearing a baseball cap that supported former college teammate Aaron Hernandez, who has been charged with murder.
The Pounceys were photographed during their recent birthday party in Miami wearing caps that read "Free Hernandez."
Hernandez, a former New England Patriots tight end...
Fear of New England Patriors coach Bill Belichick keeps players from talking about Aaron Hernandez -...
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A pre-trial hearing for a man charged as an accessory to murder in the case involving former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been rescheduled.
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The hearing was originally set for Monday but a spokesman for the district attorney said both...
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made his first public comments about the Aaron Hernandez situation this week. As you might expect, the two-time Super Bowl MVP was very vague. During an interview with Peter King of Sports Illustrated, Brady stopped short of directly addressing the Hernandez murder charge when asked about it. He did, however, say [...]
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady broke his silence
Tuesday about former teammate Aaron Hernandez, who has been charged
with murder in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd.