NFLPA expected to file grievance against Patriots over Aaron Hernandez’s unpaid $82,000 workout bonus
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 20, 2013
The fight between the New England Patriots and the NFL Players Association over the money that tight end Aaron Hernandez was scheduled to receive will commence shortly as the NFLPA is preparing to file a grievance on Hernandez's behalf over an unpaid $82,000 workout bonus, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1 reports. Aaron Hernandez's camp will file a grievance against the Patriots Aaron Hernandez was scheduled to receive an $82,000 workout bonus, which was included as part of his rookie contract, on Aug. 1. Hernandez was scheduled to receive the $82,000 workout bonus, which was included as part of his rookie contract, on Aug. 1. The Patriots have not paid that to Aaron Hernandez, who is in jail on charges of murder. The Patriots are expected to withhold that payment as part of their effort to recover the $10 million from last year's signing bonus that will be prorated against their salary cap over the next two seasons .