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The battle will soon be on between the New England Patriots and the NFL Players Association over money Aaron Hernandez and his camp believe they're owed.
A grievance is expected to be filed shortly because the Patriots did not pay an $82,000 workout bonus to Hernandez that was scheduled to be paid on Aug. 1, a source told FOX Sports.
The source said Hernandez, who has been charged with first-degree murder in the June death of Odin Lloyd, satisfied the requirements to receive his bonus by participating in the Patriots' offseason workout program this spring. The Patriots, however, did not send a check this month when the bonus was due, the source said. The grievance will be filed in the coming weeks unless the Patriots change their minds and write the check to Hernandez.
A Patriots spokesman declined comment when asked whether the bonus will be paid in the near future.
This latest development sets up an even bigger battle next year because Hernandez is owed a $3.25 million...
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Aaron Hernandez may be in for more trouble as Massachussetts State Police believe they have found the gun used in a 2012 double murder case where Hernandez is viewed as a possible suspect.
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A third letter Aaron Hernandez has written from jail has surfaced, and in this one, he claims that he's "a great dude," adding, "don’t believe all the neg. publicity please!"
According to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, Patriots rookie tight end Zach Sudfield has become such a great red zone target for New England that he could end up being a great replacement for Aaron Hernandez.
Sudfeld’s receiving ability should put him in a position to succeed in an Aaron Hernandez type of role, and Sudfeld has even improved enough as a blocker to earn more...
Massachusetts state police have located the gun used in a 2012 double homicide that may be connected to former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, according to CBS 3 of Springfield, Mass. The police found the gun in a car crash, where the car belonged to a female named Jailene Diaz-Ramoz of Bristol, Conn. CBS 3 […]
Something possibly connected to Aaron Hernandez has been found, and it's a lot more serious than another letter from the former New England Patriots tight end.
Massachusetts State Police have recovered a gun they say is linked to an unsolved double slaying in Boston, which police are investigating for a possible link to Hernandez, CBS3 in Springfield reported Monday.
According to Nick Underhill of MassLive.com, Massachusetts state police believe they have recovered the murder weapon that was used in the 2012 double murder in Boston that former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been linked to.
State Police believe they have recovered a weapon used in an unsolved double murder that has been connected to former New England Patriots tight...
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Jailene Diaz-Ramos of Bristol, Connecticut was involved in an car accident June 21st in Springfield, Massachusetts and taken to a local hospital. Police inventoried her car and found a Smith and Wesson .38 in a black briefcase in the trunk of her car.
The gun was sent for testing and state police confirmed it was the weapon used in the killing of two...
The can’t find the murder weapon for the current murder Aaron Hernandez has been charged with, but they have have found the gun in a 2012 double murder they are trying to link Hernandez to.
BREAKING: Gun used in 2012 double murder in Boston found. Former #Patriot Aaron Hernandez has been linked to that murder. WBZ-TV 5pm. #wbz
— Peter Wilson (@PetesWire) August 19, 2013
Another day, another development in the ongoing Aaron Hernandez saga.
Police have recovered the murder weapon from an unsolved double murder from 2012 that Hernandez was allegedly involved in. Hernandez is considered a suspect in the case, which has been under heavy investigation since the former Tight End's arrest in June.
The gun was found in the aftermath of a car accident...
The NFL has had a recent problem with their players getting into bad off-field situations. A lot of those same players end up in trouble with the law. It was hard to narrow it down to the five dumbest arrests, because there were so many. Here is the list.5. Quentin GrovesThis one is quite embarrassing for Mr. Groves. The Cleveland Browns linebacker was arrested on April 17th, 2013...