Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez received a life sentence in prison without parole on Wednesday after being found guilty of first degree murder of Odin Lloyd.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was indicted on assault and battery charges and threats to do bodily harm against another inmate on Thursday. It all started last February when Hernandez got into more hot water after allegedly attacking Andrew Booker, a fellow inmate.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is in the news again for the wrong reasons. This time, Hernandez reportedly got involved in a scuffle with an inmate at the Bristol County Jail in Massachusetts that left the victim beaten “pretty badly,” according to TMZ.
Buffalo Bills fans can party with the best of them as Sunday showed. Prior to Sunday’s game between Buffalo and New England, a group of Bills fans were spotted wearing Aaron Hernandez orange jumpsuits with “Hernandez” and “81” on the back of them.
Once again, the folks at NFL Memes are going to town on Aaron Hernandez. This time in honor of Madden 25’s release on Tuesday, here is a video game “screenshot” of the deposed ex-Patriots tight end.
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The New England Patriots took another step in distancing themselves from a relationship with former tight end Aaron Hernandez on Friday. The team announced it will hold a free exchange for any Aaron Hernandez jerseys on July 6 and 7.
Following the arrest and subsequent murder charge against former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez arrives more evidence of the Ex-Gator’s affection for guns. TMZ Sports released a 2009 selfie photo of Hernandez toting a gun on Wednesday. The photo was taken while Hernandez was a member of the […]
The latest news out of Massachusetts on Aaron Hernandez isn’t exactly uplifting but it doesn’t involve an arrest yet. Michael Fee, Hernandez’s agent, released a statement on Monday night calling into question information being reported about his client.