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According to a report from TMZ, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will stay in solitary confinement for his own protection at the Bristol County Jail. Hernandez is accused of the first-degree murder of Odin Lloyd has been jailed since being arrested on June 26. As we previously reported, the alleged murderer was placed in solitary right after he was booked — fearing violent inmates might view the former NFL star as a “prize.” But officials vowed to review Aaron’s situation and would consider moving him if they felt it was safe. But officials met yesterday and a rep for the jail tells TMZ … after serious discussion, they decided NOT to move Hernandez, believing it would be in his “best interest” to stay. The insinuation — he’s still in danger. The jail rep says the ex-NFL star is “doing well” behind bars … and hasn’t had any problems so far. This certainly isn’t surprising. Hernandez is a high-profile person, and at the moment, he hasn’t been convicted of anything and could be seen as a target. Also, there may be concerns due to the alleged connections to gangs, and there could be issues with that in general [...]
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this photo by Mary Schwalm, Eagle-Tribune of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was removed by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
According to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, the Pro Football Hall of Fame has removed the photo above of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has removed a photo of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez celebrating...
The Pouncey Brothers are University of Florida alums, so that is the connection between them and Aaron Hernandez. Technically, it is innocent until proven guilty and every defendant has a presumption of innocence, so there shouldn’t be anything wrong with wearing these hats.
.@Deadspin Pouncey Bros rocking Free Hernandez hats in the club pic.twitter.com/WkTN7VfRII
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As you heard, the New England Patriots took a $275,000 financial loss from Patriots fans turning in their Aaron Hernandez jerseys and t-shirts. However, there a lot more to the Patriots culture of Thug Life than Aaron Hernandez. Here are eight Patriots players who’ve been arrested since 2010!
Aaron Hernandez is the most extreme case, but there’s been plenty of crime, and very...
A lot of evidence had been revealed to the press late yesterday and gives some troubling insights into the case against Aaron Hernandez. It appears that the former Patriots tight end was indeed the man who pulled the trigger, killing his "friend" Odin Lloyd. The murder was apparently because Lloyd had been associating with some of Hernandez's enemies. Some of the evidence...
Cleveland Browns running back Dion Lewis learned on Wednesday that it is probably best to simply ignore the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation on public forums like Twitter. The subject is a sensitive one, so comments like this are not bright: Lewis quickly realized he had made a mistake and deleted the tweet, but not before [...]
Andre and Zac get you ready for football. They break down the 2013 AFC North team's schedule and look at Vegas' NFL wins predictions. Plus they touch on how Aaron Hernandez situation effects this season. Zac Jackson also sets the record straight on some of the Urban Myer, Aaron Hernandez comments that have been made.
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The Aaron Hernandez case shows that holding athletes up as role models can backfire in a big way when things go wrong.
Aaron Hernandez might be public enemy number one in the NFL, but he's managed to garner support from a few of his peers.
According to Deadspin, the Pouncey twins -- Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and Dolphins center Mike Pouncey -- were spotted wearing "Free Hernandez" hats in a club on Saturday night.
The Pouncey's were celebrating their birthday party...
The next name becoming household in the Aaron Hernandez saga is Carlos Ortiz. He seems to be the second most “person of interest” in this case right after Aaron Hernandez. Oh, he has quite the narcotics record too.
According to court documents released Tuesday, Carlos Ortiz told police that Ernest Wallace, a second alleged accomplice, Ortiz is the first, told him the day after...
The New York Jets have been the biggest beneficiary of the whole New England Patriots/Aaron Hernandez fiasco. Were it not for the blog-o-sphere would have found even more to make fun of about the Jets than it has in the last month.
But with the Hernandez story not having something breaking every five minuted anymore we can return to our normal Jets-bashing routine. Why? Because...
Things that happened this week which a Jersey Guy noted: New England Patriot owner Robert Kraft said he felt he was “duped” by former Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez who is currently facing first degree murder charges. On Thursday,…Read more →
And I’m using “picks” loosely, because by all accounts there was no one else bidding. The ******* crazy center signed a two year deal with Cleveland for only $6 million guaranteed (though it could be worth up to $24 million). If they can reel in his Bynum-ness, it’s a great move by the Cavs. But that’s a big if. He’s got a little too much Aaron Hernandez in him for my...
Sports is filled with air-kissed platitudes that mimic one another “The Butler Way,” “The Oriole Way,” “The Patriots Way.” So much for “The Patriot Way.” a better theme/mantra for the New England Patriots would be “ain’t nuthin but a gangsta party” or “Thug Life.”
Granted, they’re still not as bad as current Ohio State Buckeyes Coach UrbanMeyer during...