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Latest Odin Lloyd Items
The editors at sports website SportsGrid.com have discovered the latest, yet disturbing, trend that's hit Twitter of people posting pictures of themselves "Hernandezing."
Two felony charges in one day were more than a bump in the NFL's offseason. They pointed to an ongoing problem for the league _ players who wind up at the center of criminal cases.
The New England Patriots didn't wait for Aaron Hernandez's legal troubles to play themselves out.
The New England Patriots did not wait until Aaron Hernandez was charged with murder to cut ties with the troubled tight end, releasing him from the roster on Wednesday morning soon after police led him from his house in handcuffs.
The charge was revealed Wednesday in Attleboro District Court after Hernandez was arrested at his sprawling North Attleborough home. Less than two hours after his arrest, the Patriots cut Hernandez from the team.
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was taken from his home in handcuffs Wednesday morning, more than a week after a Boston semi-pro football player was found dead in an industrial park a mile from the player's house.
A spokeswoman for the Bristol County district attorney's office said Sunday that officials are not releasing details. Spokeswoman Yasmina Serdarevic said officials also are not talking about the cause of death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, whose body was found on Monday. His death was ruled a homicide
Police on Sunday searched the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez for the second time since a semipro football player was found dead less than a half-mile away
Roger Goodell is doing what any commissioner or president of a sports league would when one of his players is being investigated in a criminal case.