Found July 29, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
We reported earlier today that former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was believed to be involved in multiple shootings down in Florida.  It looks like those shootings may in fact be murders. According to Jeevan Vittal of FOX Connecticut,  the FBI believes Hernandez may have been involved in multiple murders. BREAKING: FBI sources close to investigation confirm #AaronHernandez possibly involved in "multiple murders." May have more charges coming. — Jeevan Vittal (@JvittalFoxCT) July 29, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report: FBI claims Aaron Hernandez may be involved in “multiple murders” appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Police searching Bristol, CT lake for possible Aaron Hernandez weapon

As Patriots training camps roll on the shroud of Aaron Hernandez continues to hang over football-related activity. And police continue looking for additional information on the murder of Odin Lloyd including searching a lake in Bristol Connecticut for a possible murder weapon. Bristol police confirmed to WSFB that they're "crews are in the process" of searching Pine...

FBI Says Aaron Hernandez Being Investigated for “Multiple Murders”

FBI is involved now and it looks like they are trying to pin several unsolved murders on Hernandez. That leads me to believe more people are talking and fingering him as the triggerman. BREAKING: FBI sources close to investigation confirm #AaronHernandez possibly involved in "multiple murders." May have more charges coming. — Jeevan Vittal (@JvittalFoxCT) July 29, 2013...

Police Divers Return to Lake in Aaron Hernandez’s Hometown for Second Day of Searching

BRISTOL, Conn. — Police divers have returned for a second day of searching in a lake in the Connecticut hometown of Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots player who is charged with murder. Authorities have declined to comment on the search at Pine Lake, a 54-acre man-made lake in Bristol, except to confirm it is related to the Hernandez investigation. Hernandez has pleaded...

Police search pond for Aaron Hernandez's alleged murder weapon

Police divers searched a pond in Bristol, Connecticut earlier this afternoon, hunting for the .45-calibur Glock handgun that was allegedly used by Aaron Hernandez to kill Odin Lloyd, according to The Courant. Police have confiscated guns from Hernandez prior to the dive, but none of those guns match the .45-calibur description of the gun police believe was seen by surveillance...

Report: Police search lake for weapon

Massachusetts authorities are searching Pine Lake in Bristol, Conn., in hopes of recovering a possible weapon connected to former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, police have confirmed to local station WFSB Channel 3. Police crews arrived at the lake after receiving a tip from someone saying the murder weapon used to kill 27-year-old Oldin Lloyd might have been tossed...

Police reportedly search lake in Aaron Hernandez’s hometown for murder weapon

One major snag that prosecutors could face in the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation is that the murder weapon that was used to kill Odin Lloyd has not yet been found. Police have seized several pieces of key evidence including ammunition and surveillance photos that appear to show Hernandez holding a handgun, but the gun used [...]

Police Searching Pond in Bristol, Conn. For Gun Connected to Aaron Hernandez Murder Case

The latest in the Aaron Hernandez saga has taken police out of Massachusetts and back to Hernandez’s roots in Connecticut. State police divers in Bristol, Conn., along with investigators from the Bristol County, Mass., District Attorney’s office, are searching a pond in the small Connecticut town for a weapon connected to the Hernandez murder case, according to the Hartford...

Police search lake in Hernandez's Conn. hometown

Connecticut and Massachusetts authorities on Monday searched in and around a lake in the hometown of Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots player who is charged with murder. Connecticut police declined to comment on the nature of Monday's search at Pine Lake in Bristol and referred calls to Massachusetts prosecutors. Gregg Miliote, a spokesman for the Bristol County...

Evidence turned over to Hernandez

Prosecutors provided Aaron Hernandez's defense team Monday with the surveillance video from a Boston nightclub where the former New England Patriot and his friend allegedly had a dispute a few days before the man's slaying. Defense attorney James Sultan said outside Attleboro District Court that he received a "substantial amount" of material and that the legal...

DEVELOPING: Police Searching Connecticut Lake For Hernandez Weapon

((HT: WFSB-TV)) Police in Aaron Hernandez's home town of Bristol, Connecticut are searching a local lake/pond for a weapon that may be connected to the Hernandez murder investigation. In addition to Connecticut officials, Massachusetts State Police and officials with the Bristol County (CT) District Attorney's Office are also at the scene to assist. The .45-caliber...

Tedy Bruschi Was ‘Emotionally’ Hurt By Aaron Hernandez Situation, But Says Patriot Way Still There

FOXBORO — Monday afternoon was mostly a celebratory affair for Tedy Bruschi, as he was inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame. But the former linebacker still took some time to address the Aaron Hernandez situation and other players who have been in the news for disciplinary issues. “It hurt me emotionally that someone from the New England Patriots can be involved in something...

ADP Differentials Between Standard and PPR Scoring -- Tight Ends

We’re going to wrap up our comparison of ADP numbers between standard scoring leagues and PPR leagues today with a fairly quick look at the tight ends. The position is going through a number of changes right now given the injuries to Rob Gronkowski and Dennis Pitta along with the arrest and drama surrounding Aaron Hernandez, and while some folks seem to be reaching for a small...

Bruised But Not Broken: Why the New England Patriots are Still the Team to Beat in AFC East

The NFL has always been one of the most favorite sports in the world and its popularity continues to mount with each passing year. Whether it’s the hard-core football fanatic or the regular enthusiasts of NFL betting, the last-minute excitement of every football rivalry is incomparable. With this year’s season scheduled to commence in some time, fans have already started picking...

Shane Vereen, Stevan Ridley, Patriots Running Backs Splitting Out to Play Wide Receiver at Training Camp Practice

With Aaron Hernandez spending his time in solitary confinement, the Patriots may need to get creative to keep defenses on their toes. One wrinkle New England has shown during the first few days of training camp is splitting Shane Vereen, Stevan Ridley, Brandon Bolden and Leon Washington out wide or in the slot at receiver. Ridley has been getting snaps outside, Vereen and Washington...

Juice This: Jersey Sales and America's Team

JUICE THIS is going back-to-school shopping for jerseys. We're also going to dissect America's (Not No. 1) Team and check in on all the 'love' Aaron Hernandez is not getting, but should be. Hey, Ryan Braun is. *** JERSEY CITY Colin Kaepernick's Miami Dolphins jersey is apparently the No. 1 seller in the league right now. Brian Urlacher's old No...
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