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AARON HERNANDEZ RUMORS

Daily Mail Releases Troubling Aaron Hernandez Report

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was recently convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in jail without the possibility of parole. Now, according to Daily Mail, he was allegedly “hooked on ‘angel dust,’ a drug known to cause users to experience violent outbursts and paranoia” and used the drug for “at least a year before [Odin Lloyd] was...
Via Sportsnaut
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Report: Urban Meyer reassured Belichick about Hernandez

The New England Patriots knew that Aaron Hernandez had plenty of off-field issues before they drafted him in 2010. There’s a reason — or several — that Hernandez was a first-round talent who fell to the fourth round. So why did Bill Belichick and company take the chance? Before we answer that, it should be...Read More
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Sheriff: Aaron Hernandez Told Jail Guards Jury Got It Wrong

Aaron Hernandez is maintaining his innocence after the guilty verdict. One day after the former New England Patriots tight end was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Odin Lloyd, he told jail guards the jury got it wrong, Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told the Boston Herald. “When he left the court after his sentence he still had his, according to my staff, his...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Urban Meyer Comments On The Aaron Hernandez Verdict

Former Florida and New England Patriots’ star Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder on Wednesday. Hernandez, 25, will – save for an appeal – spend the rest of his life in prison.  Hernandez was coached at Florida by Urban Meyer, who is now the leader of the national championship-winning Ohio State program.  Meyer, who coached Hernandez from 2007-09, commented...
Via College Spun
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Brandon Spikes ‘confused’ after Aaron Hernandez murder conviction

At least one of Aaron Hernandez’s former teammates does not seem to agree with Wednesday’s verdict. Brandon Spikes, who played with Hernandez both at the University of Florida and with the New England Patriots, took to Twitter after Hernandez was found guilty of murdering Odin Lloyd and said he is “confused.” IM CONFUSED ABOUT THE...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez Might Be Able To Hear Patriots Game Noise From Prison

Aaron Hernandez will never again suit up for the New England Patriots, but he won’t be far from 1 Patriot Place. The former Patriots tight end was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after he we was convicted of first-degree murder in the 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd. That conviction carries a mandatory life sentence without the chance of parole. Hernandez’s next stop...
Via NESN.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Spikes ‘Confused’ By Justice System Following Aaron Hernandez Verdict

Brandon Spikes might be letting his relationship with a former teammate cloud his judgment. The former New England Patriots linebacker (currently a free agent) couldn’t help himself upon learning the fate of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. On Wednesday, Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd. Spikes — who also played...
Via NESN.com
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WATCH: Aaron Hernandez’s reaction to hearing his guilty verdict

Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of of first degree murder today. Here’s his and his families reaction. Hernandez can also be seen mouthing “Wrong” as the jury announced their decision. You may also be interested in: WATCH: Aaron Hernandez’s reaction to hearing his guilty verdict WATCH: Aaron Hernandez tells the jury they’re wrong Washington Redskins defender sounds...
Via cover32
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Aaron Hernandez girlfriend Shayanna Jenkins was crying after guilty verdict

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder on Wednesday, and his fiancee Shayanna Jenkins immediately burst into tears after hearing the verdict. Jenkins, who had been granted immunity to testify, said very little that could have convicted Hernandez while she was on the stand. It became clear almost...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Hernandez convicted on first-degree murder charges

After the prosecution called 131 witnesses and presented a strong circumstantial case against Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end learned his fate on Wednesday. Hernandez was convicted of murdering former semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd in June of 2013. With the guilty verdict, Hernandez will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss
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