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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he has simply “moved on” when asked for his reaction to the murder charge against his former tight end Aaron Henandez. “I’ve seen a lot of things over 13 years, and what I have learned is that mental toughness and putting aside personal agendas for what’s in the best interest of the team matters most,” Brady
BEST OF MAXIM
In the fallout of the Aaron Hernandez saga, NFL teams reportedly may make the decision to hire police experts to inspect prospects’ tattoos.
IT COULD GET WORSE
A report says Aaron Hernandez could face charges for a July 2012 double murder. A grand jury is hearing the case from prosecutors.
A.B. According to Gator Sports, The University of Florida removed a plaque dedicated to Aaron Hernandez’s 2009 All American season. The university said in a statement that “[They] didn’t feel it was appropriate to celebrate Aaron Hernandez.” This isn’t the first time an organization has taken action to distance themselves from the accused murdered, Hernandez, and it probably...
With former Gators tight end Aaron Hernandez facing murder charges in Massachusetts, University of Florida officials have been in the process of removing any trace of his legacy at the school.
On Thursday, a picture of his All-American brick being removed began making the rounds.
Aaron Hernandez All-American brick coming down. pic.twitter.comgCflaDAXjS Ted Spiker (@ProfSpiker) July...
It looks like the authorities are getting closer to nailing a double murder that went down in Boston last year, to former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
According to the Boston Globe, prosecutors have started to make their case to a grand jury that Hernandez was the person who killed two men in last year’s double murder in Boston.
“The case against Hernandez appears...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Patriots understand they play a game for a living. That’s probably why they stressed the distraction they have faced this offseason is a real-life situation.
That distraction is, of course, the murder investigation regarding Aaron Hernandez. Tom Brady referred to the arrest as a “real-life situation” once, while Vince Wilfork said the phrase six times...
Patriots season ticket holders recently got their 2013 ticket books for the upcoming season, and would you look at who is on the very first ticket in the bunch? Yup, Aaron Hernandez.
That’s the former Patriots tight end located directly in the center of the tickets to the Patriots’ open minicamp event at Gillette Stadium. Maybe the Patriots printed the tickets prior to the murder...
New England's famously stoic coach Bill Belichick revealed a human side Wednesday when he addressed the Aaron Hernandez situation, two days before the team kicks off training camp.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is due to
make another court appearance in the murder case against him.
A pre-trial hearing for a man charged as an accessory to murder in the case involving former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been rescheduled.
Bristol District Attorney Samuel Sutter said the hearing for Ernest Wallace in Attleboro District Court will be held Friday.
The hearing was originally set for Monday but a spokesman for the district attorney said both...
New England coach addressed the media about the Aaron Hernandez issue
Yesterday we heard from the Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on the Aaron Hernandez situation. It was the first time someone from the team, other than owner Robert Kraft, had spoken on the topic.
Today, the Patriots team captains are speaking. Tom Brady, Vince Wilfork and Devin McCourty all spoke to the media today. The only topic was Hernandez.
The captains echoed much of what...
“What I like about this franchise is we’ve got a shot every year. I love the fact we were in the AFC title game last year, the Super Bowl the year before that and 14-2 the year before that. Can we win this year? It’ll be determined by our level of commitment, the mental toughness. We’ll find out before the season. How committed are we?” - Tom Brady via Peter King’s MMQB