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NFL teams to hire tattoo experts?

In the fallout of the Aaron Hernandez saga, NFL teams reportedly may make the decision to hire police experts to inspect prospects’ tattoos.

Aaron Hernandez’s mother was stabbed by his step father around the time he signed with the Patriots

According to the Daily Beast,  Aaron Hernandez’s mother was stabbed back in 2010 by the man who ended up marrying her after his real father passed away when he 16 due to an infection he developed during a hernia surgery. “I immediately noticed she had a large laceration on her right cheek, and she was holding a napkin to her left wrist,” the subsequent police report stated...

Aaron Hernandez Listed as X Factor for 2013 Patriots in USA Today’s NFL Season Preview (Photo)

Patriots fans and experts can debate who will be the team’s X factor this season, but Aaron Hernandez is no longer an option after he was released from the team following his arrest for the murder of Odin Lloyd. However, USA Today still tried to make the case that Hernandez could be the key to New England’s success this season in its NFL 2013 season preview issue. ESPN NFL analyst...

Report: Aaron Hernandez’s Mother Was Stabbed By Stepfather Soon After Patriots Drafted Tight End in 2010

When the Patriots selected Aaron Hernandez in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL draft, his mother Terri might have thought she was living out a dream come true. But about two months later, she probably felt like she was stuck in a nightmare. Aaron Hernandez’ father Dennis died in Jan. 2006 after suffering a fatal infection following a routine hernia surgery. Three years later,...

USA Today still has high hopes for Patriots and Hernandez

It looks like USA Today didn't hear the news.  According to a tweet by ESPN's Adam Schefter, the newspaper's NFL 2013 preview issue still wasn't aware about the stories out of Boston concerning accused murderer Aaron Hernandez when they went to press last week. Maybe with all of the excitement about Tim Tebow coming to town and everything — the story got lost...

Trouble Known Before Trouble Began

                Trouble known before Trouble beganIn 2011 Aaron Hernandez, the Patriots former, now incarcerated tight end was a 20 year old rookie. He was the youngest player on an NFL rosterthat year but still had an impact as we all know. In week 15 though of2011, video shows that Tim Tebow who was the starting Quarterback forthe Broncos at the time (still makes me laugh...

NFL Rumors: TE Jake Ballard on the bubble with the New England Patriots?

In the wake of the Aaron Hernandez arrest and subsequent release from the New England Patriots earlier this summer, speculation surrounding which player on the Patriots roster would fill his role in the team’s offense this season. Many believed that the player who might benefit the most from the loss of Hernandez would be former New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard. It now appears...

Hearing for Wallace moved to Friday

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. Bristol District Attorney Samuel Sutter said the hearing for Ernest Wallace in Attleboro District Court will be held Friday. The hearing was originally set for Monday but a spokesman for the district attorney said both...

Report: NFL May Hire Police Investigators To Examine Tattoos Of College Stars Before Draft

Leading up to the NFL Draft, some of college’s greatest players go through a pretty intense screening process. After all, NFL GMs and coaches want to make sure that they are making a good investment, and therefore they ask thousands of questions — some which have been called way too invasive — in order to help better judge the character of the the players they are about to...

Trouble Known Before Trouble Began

                                                    Trouble known before Trouble began      In 2011 Aaron Hernandez, the Patriots former now incarcerated tight end was a 20 year old rookie. He was the youngest player on an NFL roster that year but still had an impact as we all know. In week 15 though of 2011, video shows that Tim Tebow who was the starting...

Why players won't discuss Hernandez

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.

Dolphins Mike Pouncey won’t talk about “Free Hernandez” hat

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...

Miami's Pouncey mum on Hernandez

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...

Hernandez fallback follows Meyer to Ohio State

With the media circus about to descend upon Bill Belichick and the Patriots tomorrow, its easy to forget that the Aaron Hernandez saga has football ramifications far beyond Gillette Stadium. That is, easy to forget unless you're an Ohio State fan, where Hernandez' former coach Urban Meyer has taken swift action against several players arrested over the weekend. Star running...

The 2013 Patriots Have Questions Entering Camp

It is no secret the New England Patriots face their toughest uphill battle in pursuit of a Lombardi trophy in 2013. After losing the AFC Championship game last year, the organization is faced with the bitter reality that it has been eight seasons since ultimate glory has been achieved. While Patriot nation survived the “Summer of Gronk” last year, Aaron Hernandez is a different...
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