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The Puerto Ricans are taking over Indianapolis, as Aaron Hernandez and Victor Cruz are set to become the first Puerto Rican duo to play in a Super Bowl when they take the field for the 46th edition of the game. Cruz is the most popular, with his salsa moves even inspiriting the likes of the Material Girl herself, Madonna, who broke out some dance moves in her news conference prior to the game. Despite the silly antics, Cruz has proved himself to a professional at just 25 years of age. Cruz was raised by his Puerto Rican mother, Blanca Cruz,...
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Aaron Hernandez scores in the third quarter of the Super Bowl, upping the Patriots' lead over the New York Giants to 17-9.
INDIANAPOLIS — Move over salsa-specialist Victor Cruz. Aaron Hernandez may need room to show his merengue moves in the end zone. The dueling dancers are practicing the steps that they hope will lead to touchdowns at the Super Bowl and give the NFL showcase the look of a hard-hitting episode ...
Aaron Hernandez and Brandon Spikes came into the NFL together and are about to share the biggest stage in football - the Super Bowl.
The New England Patriots 2010 draft picks and former University of Florida All-Americans recently reflected on their quick ascent to the game's greatest spectacle.
Pats right end Aaron Hernandez is 6-foot-1 and 245 pounds, and has the speed and grace of a wideout. He disguises his routes so well, defensive backs have a tough time anticipating his breaks.
It looks like there is still some bad blood between ESPN and Dan Patrick. Patrick, who left ESPN in 2007 and now has his own show, The Dan Patrick Show, finished a piece about Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez by saying "another talented person who left Bristol, Conn.," according to Deadspin. Back in 2007, there were rumors that Patrick was having difficulties negotiating...
Tight ends are ruling the NFL, and the Patriots have two threats — Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez — at that position.
So said Giants.com earlier on Saturday afternoon as it publicized sales for the Super Bowl winning t-shirts, hats and other items.
Intrepid Patriots fan, Jeff Frias, caught the site, made a screen grab and passed it on to the Boston media. For good measure, I sent it to the Patriots.
I’d bet my private parts that Bill Belichick has this item in his possession and will mention...
INDIANAPOLIS — With formidable Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez on the Patriots roster, Giants tight end Jake Ballard has become the other tight end in Super Bowl XLVI, and Travis Beckum and Bear Pascoe the other other tight ends.
Beckum and Pascoe, third-year players, have given the Giants a boost during...