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Will Brinson nailed it, not much else needs to be said here.
The NFL's offseason, summed up in one photo (via @johnbreech): pic.twitter.com/4a7pFD9Ajw
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) July 31, 2013
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Aaron Hernandez Claims Innocence In Letter From Jail, Expects ‘Not Guilty’ Verdict--CBS Boston: Here’s the letter from Aaron Hernandez:
our letter meant a lot and was very true! I know everything happens for a reason and I know “God” has a plan for me and something good will come out of this. The wolrd just makes things out of false accusations and it will all die down...
Despite the best efforts of the New England Patriots to distance themselves from former tight end Aaron Hernandez, who is currently in jail facing a murder charge, there will certainly be unexpected references to Hernandez that will come up during the season that will undoubtedly make things pretty awkward.
Case in point: Aaron Hernandez is the featured player for the month...
It looks like former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez sent a letter to someone from his jail cell, according to Black Sports Online.
Whoever Aaron Hernandez sent this letter to isn’t much of a friend if they turned it over to TMZ (for a small/larger profit). Hernandez specifically says keep this off social media and the fan he sent the letter to sold him out anyway. Hernandez...
Aaron Hernandez has a lot of free time in jail. He can lift weights, read books, take a shower ... and write letters. It would be a real hoot if we could actually see one of those letters, because seriously, who does that these days?
Well, if TMZ is to be believed, Hernandez has indeed fired off a missive to someone on the outside world. Supposedly, a fan who spent time at the Bristol...
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...
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been in jail for a month now for allegedly murdering Odin Lloyd. The time in jail has been enough to give Hernandez a pen pal.
A man named Karl recently sent Hernandez a letter which was replied to by the former tight end. The letter was obtained by TMZ and has been verified as real by law enforcement officials.
Aaron Hernandez has lost a lot the last few weeks, and now it looks as though he can add a friend to that tally. In a letter he apparently wrote to a confidant while awaiting trial behind bars, Hernandez asks the receiver not to leak the damn thing to social media.
TMZ has gotten its hands on a letter it claims Hernandez wrote while in jail. In it, he proclaims...
Calendars are made well advance, so nothing you can do about this, but still….
Does anyone know when the Pats calendar trade-in is? #HappyAugust t.co/xprgD0NCEC
— Anthony Mahn (@AMahn7) August 1, 2013
Hernandez was also supposed to be on the 2014 calendar, but Pats are trying to stop that.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez wrote a jail letter to a fan while in prison. Read what he had to say regarding his innocence.
Carlos Ortiz one of the men who was with Aaron Hernandez on the night Odin Lloyd was murdered told authorities that he saw Hernandez put two guns in a box according to court documents obtained by the Associated Press.
According to the documents Ortiz Hernandez and Ernest Wallace were at Hernandez's residence after the killing when Ortiz handed a small gun to Hernandez. Ortiz...
Tony Dungy is a man of god, one of the more forgiving men you’ll find in football, and one of the few people that will take a call from the embattled Aaron Hernandez.
Dungy says he hasn’t reached out to Hernandez or his family, but told USA Today that he would be willing to answer the phone call, if Hernandez, who has pleaded not guilty, reached out and called.