• Kraft: Nothing more to say on Hernandez

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jul 27, 2013
    Kraft hopes that by the time the season starts, we’re talking a lot more about the good people on the Patriots than we’re talking about Aaron Hernandez. "I was overseas when this all happened," Kraft said. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft reiterated Friday that he was "shocked" when he learned of Aaron Hernandez's connection to a murder investigation and said the team was trying to turn the page as training camp opened. Kraft was asked by former Patriot Heath Evans on NFL Network what the “Patriot Way” means to him. There's nothing more we can say, and we're going to focus on trying to win some football games now." Friday's remarks came two days after coach Bill Belichick talked for the first time about the situation and a day after Tom Brady and other team captains addressed it for the first time publicly.
    Source: ESPN.com
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