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Wow! The Bills and Patriots open up the start of the season facing one another today and some Bills fans paid tribute to Aaron Hernandez and his pending murder trial by donning orange jumpsuits. This is both funny and disturbing. […]
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I am not an expert on jail policies, but I do know some prisons have TVs for the inmates to watch television shows and sporting events. Unfortunately for Aaron Hernandez his prison isn’t one of them. Sheriff Hodgson of the Bristol County Jail tells us, “While Mr. Hernandez and many other inmates would like to watch football, it is just not part of our policy here … so that...
Originally the case against Aaron Hernandez looked very strong. As the weeks have went by, cracks in the prosecution’s case have leaked and one has to wonder if this is looking more like a 50/50 case than a slam dunk.
We won’t know until probably next summer according to Pro Football Talk.
Now that former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has officially pleaded not guilty...
A slue of fans for the Buffalo Bills arrived to Sunday’s game wearing orange jumpsuits with “Hernandez 81″ on them.
Even as Aaron Hernandez is no longer on the roster of the New England Patriots there seems to be no escaping his presence.
#Billsmafia AHHH YESS GAMEDAY!!!! pic.twitter.com/p7xtNr36oU
— Breyon Harris (@bre_88) September 8, 2013
This will probably be the highlight...
Dumbasses Pretend to be Shot In Front of Aaron Hernandez’s House
Patriots T-Shirt Was Not the Best Idea
As a Jets fan, I can’t say I’ve ever rooted for the Bills. However, any chance to bewilder the Patriots will get me going.
As the Bills prepared to play the Patriots in Week one, the Bills fans found a way to poke fun at Aaron Hernandez, who was arraigned last week for charges of first degree murder and five weapons charges. Sporting traditional orange inmate uniforms, the...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez officially pleaded not guilty to all of the charges he’s currently faces in the murder of Odin Lloyd.
Hernandez delivered the words personally, with far less conviction and panache than O.J. Simpson, who declared himself to be “absolutely, 100 percent not guilty” in the murders of his ex-wife and...
FALL RIVER, Mass. — Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to a first-degree murder charge Friday following his indictment in the killing of a friend authorities say was shot five times in an industrial park.
Hernandez firmly answered “not guilty” to six charges, including murder and weapons and ammunition possession charges.
His attorneys agreed...
Aaron Hernandez has maintained his innocence in the murder of Odin Lloyd. On Friday the former New England Patriots tight end plead not guilty to all charges.
Hernandez answered “not guilty” to six charges, including murder and weapons and ammunition possession charges.
A Massachusetts grand jury last month returned the indictment against Hernandez in the death of Odin Lloyd...
It looks like the Buffalo Bills fans are in midseason form, as you can see from the below image. Keep it classy, Buffalo. If you couldn’t have guessed, the Bills play the Patriots in their first game of the 2013 season.
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Today, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, pleaded not guilty on all of the charges related to his murder case. The arraignment was scheduled for this afternoon in Fall River Superior Court. The charges were brought in from the Odin Lloyd murder that happened in mid June.
Hernandez, 23, was coming off a stellar season for the Patriots that also granted him a brand new contract...
Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has pleaded not
guilty to first-degree murder and other charges following his
indictment in the killing of a friend authorities say was shot five
times in an industrial park.
Ray Lewis knows a thing or two about character concerns, and he talked about them on Sunday.
Lewis made his debut on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown on Sunday morning, and one of the topics that he and the crew covered was Aaron Hernandez and the New England Patriots. He reflected back on his own legal troubles, steming from a 2000 murder at a Super Bowl party in Atlanta, and offered...
Are you ready for some football? For a lot of NFL fans, including me, this is an easy question to answer, "yes."
After going through a tough offseason that involved the shocking story of Aaron Hernandez, the continuing talks of concussions in the game, and the injury filled preseason, the 2013 NFL season is finally here and what a relief this is for both the league...