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Latest Aaron Hernandez Items
The NFL Players Association has filed a grievance to help former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez collect an $82,000 workout bonus.
The 23-year-old former New England Patriots tight end pleaded not guilty to murder and weapons charges in June, and he is being held without bail at a county jail.
In an era in which Google makes certain nothing is forgotten — that errant tweet, that ill-advised picture, that NFL star turned inmate No. 174954 — the world of sports hasn't stopped trying to hurl undesirables down the memory hole.
A contract worth $40 million, a newborn child, a fiancee, on top of being a star tight end for one of the NFL's best teams apparently didn't matter to Aaron Hernandez. "How could anyone in their right mind do something so sinister after becoming 'set' for the rest of his life?" seems to be the general consensus.
Unless your significant other inexplicably has been spending the past few weeks in Foxborough, Mass., you have no reason to fear Tom Brady. He will not hurt you or your fantasy team.
Tattoos, not yet everywhere on everyone, nevertheless have reached cultural critical mass. What do they signify?
Aaron Hernandez,the former New England Patriots' tight end whose career came to a grinding halt after he was charged with murder, said in a letter from jail that he’s not only innocent – but would soon launch an NFL comeback.
With Aaron Hernandez's arrest hovering over the start of training camp, the New England Patriots sent out quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick to shed some light.
A statement released Thursday morning says the organization "didn't feel it was appropriate to celebrate" the former Gator and New England Patriots tight end. The 23-year-old is charged with murder in the killing of Boston semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. Hernandez