Found July 21, 2013 on
Trouble known before Trouble began
In 2011 Aaron Hernandez, the Patriots former now incarcerated tight end was a 20 year old rookie. He was the youngest player on an NFL roster that year but still had an impact as we all know. In week 15 though of 2011, video shows that Tim Tebow who was the starting Quarterback for the Broncos at the time (still makes me laugh, the words; Tebow and Starter) after being thrashed by the Patriots at Denver was concerned about Hernandez and even the outspoken twitter rampant linebacker, former Gator, and current OTA skipper, Brandon Spikes. Both of who, were his teammates at the University of Florida. When Brady in the video approaches Tebow after the game he says " I'm trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon" and Tebow responds "I appreciate that, too, man. They're good guys".
We all knew that Aaron Hernandez could have been a higher draft pick than in th
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In the fallout of the Aaron Hernandez saga, NFL teams reportedly may make the decision to hire police experts to inspect prospects’ tattoos.
According to the Daily Beast, Aaron Hernandez’s mother was stabbed back in 2010 by the man who ended up marrying her after his real father passed away when he 16 due to an infection he developed during a hernia surgery.
“I immediately noticed she had a large laceration on her right cheek, and she was holding a napkin to her left wrist,” the subsequent police report stated...
Patriots fans and experts can debate who will be the team’s X factor this season, but Aaron Hernandez is no longer an option after he was released from the team following his arrest for the murder of Odin Lloyd.
However, USA Today still tried to make the case that Hernandez could be the key to New England’s success this season in its NFL 2013 season preview issue.
ESPN NFL analyst...
IT'S IN THE PAST
Tom Brady spoke publicly for the first time since his former teammate Aaron Hernandez was charged with murder. See what he said.
Prosecutors have begun making their case to a grand jury in Suffolk County, Mass., that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez should be charged in the 2012 murder of two men in a Boston neighborhood.
“The case against Hernandez appears to be strengthening,” a law enforcement official told The Boston Globe.
If indicted, that would mean that the grand jury believes...
A grand jury in Suffolk, Mass., has begun hearing about a double murder from last July, and prosecutors are making the case that Aaron Hernandez should be charged in the murders, according to The Boston Globe. After Hernandez was charged in the murder of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd last month, information concerning the former tight end’s [...]
As former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez sits in a solitary cell in Massachusetts, and the NFL tries to deal with damage control this offseason, it appears as if the NFL could adopt some profiling. Not racial profiling, but tattoo profiling. The most successful and valuable sports league in the country is in a tailspin. While the MLB deals with PED’s, the NFL is trying...
Fear of New England Patriors coach Bill Belichick keeps players from talking about Aaron Hernandez -...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady broke his silence Tuesday about former teammate Aaron Hernandez, who has been charged with murder in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd.
In an interview for the new MMQB website, Sports Illustrated's Peter King asked Brady: "What's your reaction to Aaron Hernandez's being arrested and cut from the team, and how will his absence...
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 Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made his first public comments about the Aaron Hernandez situation this week. As you might expect, the two-time Super Bowl MVP was very vague. During an interview with Peter King of Sports Illustrated, Brady stopped short of directly addressing the Hernandez murder charge when asked about it. He did, however, say [...]
On Tuesday, New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady was asked by Peter King of Sports Illustrated (article appeared on King’s new website The MMQB) how the team will proceed without former tight end Aaron Hernandez who in currently on trial for murder. Brady, unsurprisingly, gave the most Bill Belichick answer ever.
I’ve seen a lot of things over 13 years, and what...