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#1 Posted on 19.6.13 1122.17
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http://abcnews.go.com/US/patriots-star-aaron-hernandez-questioned-murder-sources-abc/story?id=19430625#.UcHaUO7NlNx

Probably not, but he might be tied to a murder through a car rented in his name.
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#2 Posted on 19.6.13 1123.15
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Damn you, Tebow.
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#3 Posted on 19.6.13 1252.19
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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    Damn you, Tebow.


What does Tebow have to do with this?
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#4 Posted on 19.6.13 1255.22
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He's obviously behind this. He needs an opening at TE if he wants to get on the field.
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#5 Posted on 19.6.13 2053.38
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Between this and Gronk now being available until mid-season, I wonder just how the Patriots will look early on.
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#6 Posted on 19.6.13 2119.19
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I'm thinking they will be run heavy. Hernandez was the main reason I felt okay about losing Welker, because he is more a hybrid WR than a TE.
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#7 Posted on 20.6.13 1009.51
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Am I the only one hoping we get Hernandez being driven around in a white bronco by Tebow?
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#8 Posted on 20.6.13 1143.54
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The really scary thing is I think this means Tony Gonzalez is the second best fantasy TE.
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#9 Posted on 20.6.13 1240.42
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When this first broke, it was reported that Hernandez was not a suspect in the murder. But now police are saying he hasn't been ruled out as one. That's not the same as saying he IS a suspect, but it's certainly not something that sounds good for Hernandez. Also yesterday, a lawsuit alleging Hernandez shot a man in the face at a South Florida strip club was refiled. I'm skeptical where the lawsuit is concerned though, because supposedly it happened, but there is no police report. Who gets shot and doesn't call the police? Maybe the person being shot was doing something he didn't want police to know about or something.

There's no way this is good for him, though. I have no idea if he's guilty of murder or anything like that, but I don't think people find themselves attached even by association with two shooting incidents in less than six months unless they're around some bad people. At best, he needs to rethink what he's doing outside of football; at worst, he's in deep trouble.

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#10 Posted on 26.6.13 1627.35
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Now that he has been arrested, released from the Patriots, and charged with murder I am really curious as to what his defense is going to be and what made him so angry with Lloyd.

It just boggles my mind how dumb he is not only to throw away what he had, but he also seems to be really terrible at crime.

He does seem amazingly calm. For a supposed hot head he has one hell of a poker face.
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#11 Posted on 26.6.13 1858.21
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It's amazing where we were a week ago when this was first posted to...well...where we are now.
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#12 Posted on 28.6.13 0820.22
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... And now he is being looked at in a double homicide. Wow.
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#13 Posted on 28.6.13 0838.05
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The fact that the double-murder was in July of last year means that I've had a potential murderer on my fantasy team for part of last season. I get that with any team sport you'll probably wind up routing for some unsavory characters at some point, but that's still a little unsettling.

Unless he's acquitted and can vouch 100% that he's not involved with any type of gun violence, I can't see him being allowed back in the NFL. Even if a team was willing to take a flier on him, Goodell would stop that outright.


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#14 Posted on 28.6.13 1629.22
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The Patriots are offering a jersey swap of for all Hernandez jerseys purchased at their team store next weekend Click Here (espn.go.com)

A nice move, and can't help but think of the WWE scrubbing Benoit from their histories.
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#15 Posted on 28.6.13 1800.19
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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    The Patriots are offering a jersey swap of for all Hernandez jerseys purchased at their team store next weekend Click Here (espn.go.com)

    A nice move, and can't help but think of the WWE scrubbing Benoit from their histories.


The comparisons I've heard so far are to OJ and Ray Lewis. But the difference is that OJ was never convicted for murder and Ray Lewis pleaded down to a lesser deal. If these charges stick, Hernandez is looking at the death penalty. The NFL will never mention his name again and will pretend he never existed.
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#16 Posted on 28.6.13 1804.28
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As Richard Deitsch pointed out the other day, imagine if Ray Lewis was officially on the ESPN Payroll. (he apparently doesnt start until closer to start of the season)

Would they trot him out as an "expert" in this matter?
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#17 Posted on 28.6.13 1840.42
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    Originally posted by It's False
      Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
      The Patriots are offering a jersey swap of for all Hernandez jerseys purchased at their team store next weekend Click Here (espn.go.com)

      A nice move, and can't help but think of the WWE scrubbing Benoit from their histories.


    The comparisons I've heard so far are to OJ and Ray Lewis. But the difference is that OJ was never convicted for murder and Ray Lewis pleaded down to a lesser deal. If these charges stick, Hernandez is looking at the death penalty. The NFL will never mention his name again and will pretend he never existed.


There's no death penalty in MA. He'll spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted.
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#18 Posted on 28.6.13 2108.19
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    Originally posted by BOSsportsfan34
      Originally posted by It's False
        Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
        The Patriots are offering a jersey swap of for all Hernandez jerseys purchased at their team store next weekend Click Here (espn.go.com)

        A nice move, and can't help but think of the WWE scrubbing Benoit from their histories.


      The comparisons I've heard so far are to OJ and Ray Lewis. But the difference is that OJ was never convicted for murder and Ray Lewis pleaded down to a lesser deal. If these charges stick, Hernandez is looking at the death penalty. The NFL will never mention his name again and will pretend he never existed.


    There's no death penalty in MA. He'll spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted.





Rae Carruth is the closest comparison.
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