Report: Hernandez may have had secret trust fund for daughter

A new report alleges that Aaron Hernandez may have set up a secret trust fund for his daughter before he committed suicide in prison.Laurel J. Sweet of the Boston Herald reported Tuesday that an “AJH Irrevocable Trust” appeared in court documents, with the money in it left beyond the reach of creditors.The purpose of such a trust would be to keep an undetermined amount of wealth...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady on Aaron Hernandez: ‘I don’t think about him very often’

Tom Brady did not appear inclined to discuss at any length former New England Patriots teammate Aaron Hernandez when asked about the late tight end during a Monday radio interview.“I don’t think about him very often,” Brady said of Hernandez on WEEI radio, via the Boston Herald.Hernandez was 27 when he committed suicide in prison on April 19 while serving a life sentence for murder...
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September 26, 2017  |  Discuss

Omalu: ‘No question’ CTE is reason Hernandez committed suicide

The doctor who discovered chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the brain disease better known as CTE, is convinced that the condition is what drove former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to take his own life.Hernandez’s fiancee Shayanna Jenkins filed a lawsuit against the Patriots and the NFL on Thursday, claiming the former tight end had a severe form of CTE and the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Belichick defers Hernandez CTE, lawsuit questions

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on Friday wasn’t interested in fielding questions about the discovery that former player Aaron Hernandez had CTE, nor the subsequent filing of a lawsuit, indicating such medical and legal questions are not his area of expertise.A report Thursday revealed Hernandez, who played for the Patriots from 2010 to 2012, suffered from a “severe...
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September 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee sues Patriots, says he had severe CTE

The family of the late Aaron Hernandez is suing the New England Patriots, claiming the former tight end had severe CTE and the team failed to protect him from it.Boston University’s School of Medicine examined Hernandez’s brain, and one of the professors, Dr. Ann McKee, concluded that Hernandez had Stage 3 CTE, which is one step below the most severe form — Stage 4. They also determined...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez's family suing Patriots, NFL over CTE findings

A former fourth-round pick of the New England Patriots, Aaron Hernandez was once one of the brightest offensive stars in the league. That came to a crashing halt when he was charged — and ultimately convicted — of first degree murder charges stemming from the 2013 death of friend Odin Lloyd.Serving out a life sentence Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Massachusetts, Hernandez...
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September 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Lawyers call for Pats to pay families of Hernandez victims

The New England Patriots have maintained all along that they had no knowledge of any of the criminal activity Aaron Hernandez was involved in while the late former NFL tight end was with them, but lawyers are still calling for the team to pay damages.Lawyers for the plaintiffs in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against Hernandez’s estate said in court Tuesday that the Patriots should...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez suicide note reveals he knew death could leave money for fiancee

When former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez was found dead due to suicide in his jail cell, three notes were left behind.One that has just been revealed is a note to Hernandez’s fiancee in which he tells her near the end “you’re rich.” This news comes courtesy of TMZ Sports who obtained a copy of the note. Here is the complete text of the note. “Shay, You have always been my soul-mate...
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May 05, 2017  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez’s family donating brain to science for CTE study

According to Boston Herald’s legal columnist Bob McGovern, the family of the late Aaron Hernandez will be donating his brain to science for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy study.“CTE” according to the Brain Injury Research Institute “is a progressive degenerative disease which afflicts the brain of people who have suffered repeated concussions and traumatic brain injuries, such...
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April 20, 2017  |  Discuss

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