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Express-Times Apr 22, 2015
Aaron Hernandez will have to testify in civil lawsuit, report says

Aaron Hernandez will have to testify in civil lawsuit, report says

The mother of Odin Lloyd has brought forth a civil lawsuit against the disgraced NFL star.
Express-Times Apr 22, 2015
Sheriff: Aaron Hernandez will do 'fine' in prison because of his manipulation skills

Sheriff: Aaron Hernandez will do 'fine' in prison because of his manipulation skills

Hernandez apparently used his charm to get more sandwiches from security guards.
Denver Post Apr 21, 2015
Sheriff: Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez is a master manipulator

Sheriff: Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez is a master manipulator

The sheriff who had former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez in custody for more than 18 months said Tuesday that he's a master manipulator and will probably do fine in prison now that he has been sentenced to life for murder.
Express-Times Apr 20, 2015
Convicted killer, former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez on suicide watch, report says

Convicted killer, former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez on suicide watch, report says

Hernandez has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole
Boston Herald Apr 18, 2015
Patriots knew Aaron Hernandez had issues, ex-advisor Floyd Reese says

Patriots knew Aaron Hernandez had issues, ex-advisor Floyd Reese says

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez had behavioral issues New England knew about long before the team ever drafted the future murderer.In an interview with MMQB.com, former NFL general manager Floyd Reese, who was a senior advisor for the Patriots from 2009 to 2012, said former Florida coach Urban Meyer helped convince Patriots Coach Bill Belichick to draft Hernandez in 2010.
Cat Scratch Reader Apr 17, 2015

Plenty Of Blame To Go Around In the Aaron Hernandez Case

One of the last things anyone needs in their life is the assurance that their bad behavior will go unpunished. Just ask Aaron Hernandez. When news of Aaron Hernandez's guilty verdict and subsequent life sentence without the possibility of parole was announced on Wednesday morning, I couldn't help but think of Rae Carruth, the former Carolina Panthers' receiver who shamefully decided to hire someone to murder his pregnant girlfriend back in 1999. Unfortunately, Cherica Adams didn't survive the attack and although his unborn son did survive, he suffered permanent brain damage after his oxygen...
Field Gulls Apr 17, 2015

Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Friday

Thank goodness it's TGIF! Aaron Hernandez's Fall From Grace: NFL Star to Convicted Murderer | Rolling StoneFormer NFL star Aaron Hernandez has a new label: convicted murder. But there was a time when he was a king Second-year TE leap? - Offseason Low Down - Rotoworld.comAccording to the narrative, NFL sophomore tight ends take big steps forward. Adam Levitan examines if that's really the case. Some Potentially Risky Selections in the 2015 NFL Draft | National Football Post Andrew Brandt on Jameis Winston, Darren Sharper, Aaron Hernandez | The MMQB with Peter KingIn addition to my media...
Cincy Jungle Apr 16, 2015

Bengals react to Aaron Hernandez guilty verdict

As the world learned that Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of murder, many people had opinions on the matter. That includes some of the Cincinnati Bengals' star players. The Aaron Hernandez murder trial was more than a football story. As ESPN commentators pointed out many times in the two hours following Hernandez's guilty verdict, the word football only came up about three times on the network during that span. But, the story hits home for many players who knew and played with Hernandez during his college and NFL career. Here are some of the reactions that Bengals players took to social...
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 16, 2015

New Giant Shane Vereen still in shock over ex-teammate Aaron Hernandez guilty verdict

Shane Vereen weighs in on the murder conviction of his former Patriots teammate Aaron Hernandez.
Boston Herald Apr 16, 2015

Patriots mostly silent about former teammate

While the Patriots remained mostly silent, the NFL community littered the Internet with a wide range of reactions yesterday to Aaron Hernandez’ guilty verdict.The Pats had no official comment after the conclusion of Hernandez’ murder trial. Also, current and former players had no interest in passing along their reactions when reached by phone. If they had an opinion, the consensus was their reaction had already been conveyed when the story first surfaced in 2013.
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2015

Aaron Hernandez convicted of 1st-degree murder, gets life in prison

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for a deadly late-night shooting, sealing the downfall of an athlete who once had a $40 million contract and a standout career ahead of him.
Times-Picayune Apr 15, 2015

Aaron Hernandez, Darren Sharper show again we really don't know some athletes: Larry Holder

Former Patriots tight end convicted of first-degree murder Wednesday
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2015

Aaron Hernandez conviction: Gambling on risky players is an NFL reality

Heading into the 2010 draft, NFL scouts took a long look at Florida tight end Aaron Hernandez, and the red flags were undeniable.
Denver Post Apr 15, 2015
Maurice Clarett sounds off on Aaron Hernandez verdict

Maurice Clarett sounds off on Aaron Hernandez verdict

Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett joins Woody Paige and Les Shapiro on The Sports Show to discuss Aaron Hernandez's guilty verdict on April 15, 2015The post Maurice Clarett sounds
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 15, 2015

Ex-Jets wideout David Nelson: Convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez 'not the guy I knew'

Nelson and Hernandez were teammates at the University of Florida.

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