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Aaron Hernandez is no longer a member of the New England Patriots, but his former teammates may have never viewed him as such anyway.
Sure, Hernandez was a part of the team, practicing and playing with the Patriots on the field each week, but, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, he never really hung out with his teammates.
One source told Howe that Hernandez rarely spent time with other players off the field, and that his teammates couldn’t figure out why.
“No one hung out with him,” the source said. “No one.”
Hernandez apparently preferred to hang out with friends from back home in Bristol, Conn., rather than spend time with his teammates.
“Out of 53 guys, surely there’s someone you could find to hang out with,” another source told the Herald. “Instead, he chose to revert to his network from his hometown.”
As much of a “loner” as he’s been described as, Hernandez did have some friends on the team. He and Deion Branch were often seen chumming it up in the locker room. Branc
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A new incident pops up everyday that paints Aaron Hernandez in a negative light. I don’t know how they are going to find an impartial jury.
While all the evidence seems strong, it is still innocent until proven guilty and he deserves a fair trial. I don’t know if he will get one though. The latest incident to come to light in Hernandez’s past is a domestic dispute...
More details about ex-New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez’s life before and after his arrest for the murder of 27-year old Odin Lloyd are coming out. TMZ has uncovered details of an alleged domestic violence incident between Aaron and his fiancé, Shayanna Jenkins last June in the Los Angeles area. The couple were renting a home in Hermosa Beach and neighbors reportedly phoned...
According to Ted Daniel of FOX 25 in Boston, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was served with lawsuit papers for shooting Alexander Bradley in the face down in Miami.
SOURCE: AH served Friday in jail w/papers relating to FL suit that claims he shot a former associate in the face in Feb. #fox25
— Ted Daniel (@TedDanielFOX25) July 1, 2013
Lawyer for plaintiff Alexander...
According to the Orlando Sentinel, former University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow tried to break up a bar fight involving Aaron hernandez who was a teammate of his at the time.
Tim Tebow tried to stop Aaron Hernandez from getting into a violent bar fight in 2007 while both were football players at the University of Florida, according to Gainesville police records.
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According to the Boston Globe, all things Aaron Hernandez are fetching big money on EBAY. ” online, a market for Hernandez memorabilia has emerged. One man on Craigslist is offering to buy “anything” related to Hernandez , who has pleaded not guilty to the charges. On eBay, heavy bidding is often driving prices for items well above what the...
On the eve of the Fourth of July and as the Hernandez scandal seems to be dying down, the Patriots have unveiled their new team logo.
On the eve of the Fourth of July, the Patriots have released their new team logo. This symbol has shifted the “flying Elvis” to the middle of the logo and replaced the old white, cursive lettering with blue, bold lettering.
While, on its face,...
Though the details of Aaron Hernandez's future remains to be seen, more is being learned about his current daily routine and privileges in Massachusetts' Bristol County House of Corrections.
In a phone call with FoxSports.com on Wednesday, Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson revealed the following details on Hernandez's day-to-day life in prison.
We reported earlier today that Boston authorities have been in contact with Gainesville police in order to gather more information about a 2007 shooting that took place down in Florida.
The Gainesville police have released a statement denying that they’ve been contacted by Boston authorities.
The Gainesville Police Department is aware that members of the national media are reporting...
Ever since the murder charge was brought against Aaron Hernandez in the Odin Lloyd case, the floodgates of alleged criminality have opened for the former Patriots tight end. Police have tried to link Hernandez to a double murder that took place in Boston in 2012.
So far, no luck on that front. But the Wall Street Journal went to the trouble to track down the police report from an...
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been
moved to a new cell and has three hours a day outside of it, but
remains separated from the general prison population, according to
FOX 25 news.
Massachusetts State Police recently searched an apartment owned by Aaron Hernandez, uncovering some new evidence in the murder case against the former Patriots tight end.
Police enacted search warrants on a condo Hernandez owned in Franklin, Mass., which just over a dozen miles from his $1.4 million North Attleboro home, in late June, according to the Boston Herald. The search turned...
Tim Tebow wasn’t able to keep Aaron Hernandez out of trouble during their brief time together as teammates with the Patriots, but the famous backup quarterback tried to play peacemaker while the two were at the University of Florida.
In 2007, Hernandez punched a restaurant employee in the head, rupturing the man’s eardrum. The two fought after Hernandez refused to pay for two...
Carlos Ortiz, the 27-year-old associate who admitted he was with Aaron Hernandez the night Odin Lloyd was shot, is starting to sound like a valuable witness who has been cooperating with police as they continue to investigate the murder. In fact, a report from The Sun Chronicle on Wednesday morning revealed that Ortiz was interviewed [...]