• Pats' Hernandez taken into police custody

    Summary of 112 articles · Updated Jun 30, 2013
    • Aaron Hernandez could be a kind of evil the NFL has never seen before

      Aaron Hernandez will get the same chance everybody else in this country charged with a crime gets: To prove he’s innocent of the charges against him. In Hernandez’s case, it means he gets to prove that he is not a premeditated killer, a punk with a gun …
    • Aaron Hernandez now the poster boy for all that's wrong with the NFL

      Once the image of the NFL was powerful and seemingly everlasting. But in the past five months — since Super Bowl XLVII in February this year — 28 wayward players have been arrested for a variety of crimes.
      Source: detnews.com
    • Case surrounding Aaron Hernandez is not about football

      A legal system will judge Aaron Hernandez. We are a few days worth of insta-reactions into a process that will take months, at least, to decide if Hernandez is the unluckiest man in the world or a cold-blooded and stupid murderer or something in between…
    • If prodded, new ESPN hire Ray Lewis could provide valuable insight in wake of Aaron Hernandez case  

      ESPN is stuck with Ray Lewis. Or is it? No, Lewis who ESPN hired to be a featured player on its NFL studio show, isn’t going anywhere. Yet what perception of the recently retired Ravens linebacker is ESPN stuck with? Sunday mornings when America looks a…
    • New England Patriots figured Aaron Hernandez would just get obstruction of justice charge, cut him anyway

      The most important thing for the New England Patriots this week has been to not only get Aaron Hernandez out of the organization, but send every signal that they never want to be associated with him again. Teams will generally hold onto talented yet tro…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Pats officially shut off any remaining pay to Hernandez

      As expected, the Patriots will not willingly pay another penny to Aaron Hernandez. According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, whose article is unfortunately trapped behind a pay wall, the Patriots have “voided” all remaining guaranteed money due and ow…
    • Taking Back Hernandez Jerseys

      The New England Patriots are offering new jerseys to all fans who want to get rid of the ones they bought with Aaron Hernandez’s name.
    • Pats Fans Can Get A Free Exchange For Their Aaron Hernandez Jerseys

      If you're somebody who currently owns a #81 Aaron Hernandez jersey, but you are also somebody who isn't really down with wearing an accused murderer's name on your back, I've got good news for you! On July 6 and 7, you can take your Aaron Hernandez jers…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Third man in custody in connection to murder investigation involving Aaron Hernandez

      The Massachusetts State police have announced that Ernest Wallace, who authorities believe was an accessory after the fact in the June 17 murder of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, has been captured on Friday in Miramar, Fla. Former New England Patriots tight en…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • NFL security conducting its own investigation of Aaron Hernandez

      Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez cleared waivers on Thursday, the same day that the NFL released a statement saying that they will not approve any contract between a team and Hernandez until after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has …
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Aaron Hernandez case is a warning to all NFL rookies

      The NFL probably could have saved itself some money and not invited all the guests it brought in to speak to the 2013 draft class during this week's rookie symposium in Ohio. If the league wanted to "scare straight" its fresh batch of incoming…
      Source: azcentral.com
    • Police return to Hernandez home, as part of double-murder probe

      Aaron Hernandez isn’t at his home, but police are. Again. But they’re not there in connection with the Odin Lloyd murder case. Instead, WCVB reports that police have returned to the Hernandez property to investigate the unsolved double murder that occur…
    • Aaron Hernandez still has fans in New England

      I’ve learned a lot about Aaron Hernandez in the last couple of weeks, and nothing I’ve learned has made me want to cheer for him. But some fans in New England still believe in the former Patriots tight end. And so, as Hernandez was transported from jail…
    • Why Hernandez will be hard to replace

      Former Patriots tight end's unique versatility was invaluable
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Teams can't sign Hernandez without NFL hearing

      NEW YORK (AP) The NFL told its teams Thursday that any player contract they enter into with Aaron Hernandez before charges against him are resolved won't be approved without a hearing by Commissioner Roger Goodell.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Aaron Hernandez clears waivers, NFL issues statement on his status

      As expected, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez cleared waivers on Thursday, with no team opting to claim him, the six years that remained on his contract, or invite a public relations nightmare that would have undoubtedly accompanied…
    • NFL won’t act on Hernandez until someone tries to sign him

      At at time when the authorities and the Patriots have taken stunning and decisive action against Aaron Hernandez, the National Football League has done nothing. The NFL will continue to do nothing, until it has a reason to do something. “NFL clubs were …
    • Some people are really cheering Aaron Hernandez outside his court appearances? Why?

      One of the most baffling parts of the famous O.J. Simpson chase in 1994 was the people who stood on bridges and lined the street to cheer on Simpson, who was charged with murder and on the run from police. It looked weird then, and it looks weird now as…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Company Founded By Nazi Won't Have Anything To Do With Aaron Hernandez

      Boy, everyone is really trying to distance themselves from Aaron Hernandez, huh? The bosses at Muscle Milk called off their deal with Hernandez late last week; the Patriots ended things with Hernandez early Wednesday morning; and, earlier today, Puma, t…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Puma ends endorsement deal with Hernandez

      On the list of things that companies look for in an endorser, being arrested and held without bail on murder charges doesn’t appear at all. That explains why Aaron Hernandez has lost another endorsement deal. The former Patriots tight end was dropped by…
    • Judge denies Hernandez's request for bail

      A judge denied Aaron Hernandez's request for bail Thursday, one day after the former New England Patriots tight end was charged with murder.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Aaron Hernandez among 27 NFL players arrested since Super Bowl XLVII

      On Wednesday, Aaron Hernandez became the 27th NFL player arrested since the Super Bowl. That's right - 27! Here's a look at all 27, courtesy of Rant Sports. In photos: The Aaron Hernandez saga: Tragedy, triumph and controversy
      Source: azcentral.com
    • Aaron Hernandez’s journey from football star to being locked up is a shocking tale

      Part of what makes the Aaron Hernandez story so perplexing and intriguing, from people making ends meet to those who will never have to work another day in their lives, is how the former New England Patriots tight end could find himself in a situation t…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Hernandez likely won’t get his guaranteed base salaries

      With more than $5 million still arguably owed to Aaron Hernandez under the contract he signed last August, the Patriots likely will fight to avoid paying him another dime. The two-front battle relates to the final $3.25 million installment of his $12.5 …
    • Texts, video cited in charges against Aaron Hernandez

      In the final minutes of his life, Odin Lloyd sent a series of texts to his sister. 'Did you see who I was with?' said the first, at 3:07 a.m. June 17. 'Who?' she finally replied. 'NFL,' he texted back, then added: 'Just so you know.'
    • Matt Light says he never embraced what Aaron Hernandez stood for

      By Zuri Berry, Boston.com Staff Former Patriots tackle Matt Light, who retired after the 2011 season, said he never embraced anything Aaron Hernandez stood for. What he meant, we're not sure. Light, speaking to the Dayton Daily News, played two...
    • Hernandez bail hearing slated for 2 p.m.

      We mentioned last night that Aaron Hernandez would get a chance to appeal a judge’s ruling that he’d be held without bail, and that it could happen soon. Soon is in a little under three hours, as his bail review hearing is scheduled for 2 p.m. at Fall R…
    • Munson: Case appears strong

      First-degree murder charge means prosecution thinks killing planned, deliberate
    • Report: Hernandez is being investigated for July 2012 double murder

      Just when it appears it can get no worse for Aaron Hernandez, it does. According to FOX 25 in Boston, Hernandez is being investigated in connection with a July 2012 double murder occurring in Boston. Per the report, police found three shooting victims a…
    • Former Teammate Says He Never Believed In Aaron Hernandez

      Matt Light played offensive tackle for the New England Patriots for 10 years, and was a teammate of Aaron Hernandez for two seasons. On Tuesday, he was asked about Hernandez by a columnist from the Dayton Daily News.Read more...
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Aaron Rodgers doesn’t take too kindly to being mistaken for murder suspect Aaron Hernandez

      Mistakes happen once in a while, especially when you're doing live television (and especially especially when you write for a prominent football blog), and it's understandable. It's just that sometimes those mistakes can be really funny. ESPN's Jeremy S…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Patriots’ patience runs out quickly on Aaron Hernandez

      For nine days, the Patriots waited for the investigation involving Aaron Hernandez to unfold before making any comment.
      Source: boston.com
    • Patriots cut Aaron Hernandez

      The Patriots cut Aaron Hernandez on Wednesday only hours after he was arrested by police at his home. Later in the day, the tight end was charged with murder.
    • Aaron Hernandez charged with first-degree murder

      It wasn’t long after Aaron Hernandez was led out of his North Attleboro home in handcuffs on Wednesday morning that the Patriots tweeted the following:
      Source: boston.com
    • About Last Night: Hernandez Charged

      In case you were out being a real Party Time Jack, here's what you missed in sports on Wednesday. NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez has been officially ...
      Source: grantland.com
    • The NFL has decided Aaron Hernandez never played in the NFL.

      The NFL has decided Aaron Hernandez never played in the NFL. [NFL]Read more...
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Police surely know identity of other two men with Hernandez

      We pointed out earlier today the mixed signals from prosecutor Bill McCauley regarding the two men allegedly with Aaron Hernandez and Odin Lloyd in the hour or so before Lloyd’s murder. At one point, it seemed that McCauley had information that only wou…
    • Photo emerges of Hernandez posing with Glock in 2009

      Many stories have emerged in recent days about Aaron Hernandez’s history. A picture posted on TMZ earlier today arguably trumps them all. In the photo that, per TMZ, was taken in Gainesville, Florida in 2009, Hernandez stands in front of a mirror, phone…
    • Revisiting fourth round of 2010 draft

      A couple of week ago, both the Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers could have been criticized for not taking Aaron Hernandez. Both teams passed on the Florida product in the fourth round of the 2010 draft. The talented Hernandez was considered a …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • NFL no longer selling Aaron Hernandez jerseys

      The NFL and other merchandise-sellers have decided to forego cashing in on the murder charges against Aaron Hernandez. According to USA Today, the league quickly decided to no longer sell his number 81 Patriots jersey online, though it was shown as avai…
    • Don't expect roster claim for Hernandez

      Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is one of the top 10 players at his position. He’s young, athletic, versatile and has a world of talent. And now, any NFL team can claim him for the 2013 season within the next 24 hours. However, cha…
    • PFT on NBCSN: All the latest on Aaron Hernandez

      One story is dominating the NFL on Wednesday and that story is going to be our focus for the entire hour of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. Aaron Hernandez was arrested at his home on Wednesday morning and arraigned on a murder charge in North Attleboro, Ma…
    • So where are the other two guys who were with Hernandez?

      It’s now clear that Aaron Hernandez faces murder charges. It’s not clear who was with him that night, and where they now are. The presentation of evidence from prosecutor Bill McCauley at Wednesday’s arraignment was confusing on at least one point: The …
    • NFL - Aaron Hernandez's cautionary tale

      The Aaron Hernandez case is a life lesson for NFL rookies told in real time, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Hernandez faces murder, five gun charges

      Aaron Hernandez has been charged with murdering his friend after the two feuded during a trip to a nightclub.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Aaron Hernandez charged with murder and weapons counts

      The victim's family says he and Hernandez were friends and that the victim's girlfriend and Hernandez's fiancee are sisters.
      Source: nola.com
    • Could Hernandez's release affect AFC West?

      The Aaron Hernandez arrest and his fast release from the New England Patriots is clearly a dominant story that shakes beyond the AFC East. Yes, there is reason to write about it on this blog. While I think it is currently inappropriate to wonder if his …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Schefter: Pats must pay Hernandez's bonus

      The New England Patriots made a decision Wednesday to swiftly release star tight end Aaron Hernandez before the legal system ran its course. Hernandez is being investigated in a homicide probe of a 27-year-old Boston man in Massachusetts. According to E…
    • Patriots decided last week to cut Hernandez if he was arrested

      While the move came as a surprise, the Patriots had a plan. They remained quiet, as they always do. But they knew all along what they would do when the time came. Per a league source, the Patriots decided early in the process that, if Hernandez is arres…
    • Patriots issue statement on Hernandez

      The New England Patriots made their first public comments Wednesday following the release of tight end Aaron Hernandez. Here is the full statement, according to ESPNBoston.com: "A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Hernandez will be arraigned at 2:00 p.m. ET

      We still don’t know what Aaron Hernandez will be charged with. But he will be charged with it later today. According to WCVB, Hernandez will be arraigned at 2:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday. It had been reported that Hernandez will be arrested for obstruction …
    • Pats on Hernandez release: 'Right thing to do'

      Less than two hours after Aaron Hernandez was arrested Wednesday in connection with a homicide near his home in North Attleborough, Mass., the Patriots released their star tight end.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Patriots’ release of Aaron Hernandez has significant salary cap, financial ramifications

      Less than two hours after Aaron Hernandez was arrested and taken into custody, the New England Patriots made the stunning announcement that they were immediately releasing the 23-year-old tight end. "A young man was murdered last week and we extend…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • PFT Live: Latest on Hernandez arrest/release with Tom Curran

      It doesn’t take a crystal ball to guess the main topic on Wednesday’s edition of PFT Live. The Patriots have waived tight end Aaron Hernandez on the heels of his arrest at his home on Wednesday morning on undisclosed charges related to the death of Odin…
    • Pats will take at least a $7.5 million cap charge for Hernandez in 2014

      One of the obvious questions that arise in the aftermath of the Patriots’ decision to cut tight end Aaron Hernandez is the cap consequences, if any, for the move. While it’s trivial in comparison to the fact that this all stems from the death of Odin Ll…
    • Patriots release TE Aaron Hernandez

      The New England Patriots released star tight end Aaron Hernandez after three seasons on Wednesday. Hernandez is being investigated in a homicide case that recently took place near his home in North Attleborough, Mass. Hernandez was one of New England’s …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Patriot Aaron Hernandez arrested, taken from home in handcuffs

      Hernandez was taken into custody more than a week after a Boston semi-pro football player was found dead in an industrial park a mile from his house.
      Source: nola.com
    • Watch: Hernandez led from his home in handcuffs

      The New England Patriots Tight End is arrested at his home in North Attleboro, Massachusetts Wednesday morning.
    • Hernandez charge won’t be disclosed until he appears in court

      We know that Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been arrested. We don’t know why. Massachusetts State Police have issued a statement via Twitter (where else?) indicating that they won’t be disclosing the charge against Hernandez until he appears in …
    • Former Patriots Tight End Is Charged With Murder

      The N.F.L. player Aaron Hernandez was charged on Wednesday with the murder of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old semipro football player who was found dead on June 17.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Identity of other two men in Lloyd case still not known

      With Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez now in police custody, the biggest lingering question is the identity of the two other men who reportedly were with Hernandez and Odin Lloyd on the night Lloyd was killed. Plenty of rumors have been flying regardi…
    • Hernandez arrested: Michael Fee has some explaining to do. Barely a d…

      Michael Fee has some explaining to do. Barely a day after the lawyer representing Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez blasted the media for false reports of an arrest warrant, Hernandez has been arrested. Presumably pursuant to a warrant. Per multiple re…
    • No need for Patriots to make rash decisions with Aaron Hernandez

      One question I’ve heard a lot since police began questioning Aaron Hernandez in connection to the murder of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd last week: When are the Patriots going to say anything about his involvement, or take any action against him?
      Source: boston.com
  • Deion Branch defends Aaron Hernandez: ‘great guy and a great friend of mine’

    News started spreading about Odin Lloyd's death and Aaron Hernandez's possible involvement almost two weeks ago, and in that time it was hard to find a prominent person in Hernandez's life that came forward and defended him publicly. Someone has finally…
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Hernandez’s red flags never pointed to murder

      As the nonstop developments in the Aaron Hernandez murder case(s) begin to subside, it’s time to broaden the lens and address a topic that has popped up from time to time over the past two weeks. Should the Patriots have avoided drafting Hernandez in 20…
    • Branch 'shocked' friend Hernandez charged

      Former New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch shared his thoughts on former teammate Aaron Hernandez in a recent interview, stressing that his greatest concern was justice being brought for the murder of Odin Lloyd.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Can Patriots recoup Hernandez's bonuses?

      The New England Patriots released star tight end Aaron Hernandez a little more than an hour after he was arrested last week. Can New England also recoup Hernandez's bonus and guaranteed money? It appears the Patriots will try their best to find out. Ian…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Patriots had no inside knowledge of murder charge before cutting Aaron Hernandez

      When the Patriots cut Aaron Hernandez 90 minutes after he was arrested on live television Wednesday morning, many people assumed the team knew Hernandez was about to be charged with first-degree murder, as well as five other weapons charges.
      Source: boston.com
  • July 2012 victims didn’t know Hernandez

    Odin Lloyd, killed two weeks ago tonight, knew Aaron Hernandez. Two other murdered men to whom Hernandez has been tied didn’t know him. According to Antonio Planas of the Boston Herald, 28-year-old Safiro Furtado and 29-year-old Daniel Abreu weren’t acq…
  • Police impound SUV from Aaron Hernandez’s uncle’s garage

    After searching the home of Aaron Hernandez’s uncle, police have obtained at least one piece of potential evidence against the former Patriots tight end turned murder defendant: An SUV that was taken from Andres Valderrama’s garage and impounded. A silv…
  • Patriots will offer Hernandez jersey exchange

    The Patriots are offering anyone with a No. 81 Aaron Hernandez jersey that was purchased at the team's pro shop to exchange it for a free jersey of comparable value, the team announced.
  • Aaron Hernandez’s mom: “He will be cleared of all these charges”

    Things aren’t looking good for Aaron Hernandez right now, but he does still have his mom in his corner. Terri Hernandez, Hernandez’s mother, told the Bristol Press in the family’s hometown of Bristol, Connecticut that she is sure her son is innocent and…
    • Police search Hernandez’s uncle’s house

      A home in Bristol, Connecticut, owned by the uncle of Aaron Hernandez has been searched as the investigation continues into the death of Odin Lloyd, whom Hernandez is accused of murdering. WFSB-TV reports that investigators from both Connecticut and Mas…
  • Breakfast links: Josh Brent is no Hernandez

    Washington Redskins What did Brian Orakpo do while sitting out nearly all of last season with a pectoral muscle injury? He studied. Being healthy has made football fun again for Roy Helu. Obviously, if he can stay healthy, that would also help him keep …
    Source: ESPN.com
  • It's fair to debate whether Ravens or Patriots got better tight end class in '10

    Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez have been more productive, but their predraft red flags have resurfacedOver the past three seasons, New England Patriots tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez have been the NFL¿s most productive tight-end tande…
  • To Which TV Show Will Bill Simmons Compare The Aaron Hernandez Saga?

    The Spurs are like South Park. Dwight Howard is like Jim Carrey. It's inevitable that Patriots fan and trope recycler Bill Simmons will look to pop culture to explain this Aaron Hernandez mess. But which one fits best? Read more...
    Source: deadspin.com
  • Source on Hernandez: “Assume the worst”

    The facts still aren’t clear, but the circumstances continue to look bad for Aaron Hernandez. We’ll know more later today the specific charge Hernandez faces. As one source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT regarding the overall situation: “Assu…

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Pats' Hernandez taken into police custody
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Case surrounding Aaron Hernandez is not about football
If prodded, new ESPN hire Ray Lewis could provide valuable insi…
Police impound SUV from Aaron Hernandez’s uncle’s garage
New England Patriots figured Aaron Hernandez would just get obs…
Pats officially shut off any remaining pay to Hernandez
Pats Fans Can Get A Free Exchange For Their Aaron Hernandez Jer…
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NFL security conducting its own investigation of Aaron Hernande…
Aaron Hernandez case is a warning to all NFL rookies
Police return to Hernandez home, as part of double-murder probe
Aaron Hernandez still has fans in New England
Why Hernandez will be hard to replace
Teams can't sign Hernandez without NFL hearing
Aaron Hernandez’s mom: “He will be cleared of all these charges…
Aaron Hernandez clears waivers, NFL issues statement on his sta…
NFL won’t act on Hernandez until someone tries to sign him
Aaron Hernandez clears waivers
Company Founded By Nazi Won't Have Anything To Do With Aaron He…
Judge denies Hernandez's request for bail
Aaron Hernandez denied bail
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Hernandez likely won’t get his guaranteed base salaries
Police search Hernandez’s uncle’s house
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Hernandez bail hearing slated for 2 p.m.
Munson: Case appears strong
Report:  Hernandez is being investigated for July 2012 double m…
Former Teammate Says He Never Believed In Aaron Hernandez
Matt Light: I have never believed in anything Aaron Hernandez s…
Aaron Rodgers doesn’t take too kindly to being mistaken for mur…
Photo emerges of Hernandez posing with Glock in 2009
NFL no longer selling Aaron Hernandez jerseys
PFT on NBCSN: All the latest on Aaron Hernandez
Patriots keep their rookies from talking Hernandez
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Hernandez faces murder, five gun charges
Aaron Hernandez charged with murder and weapons counts
Aaron Hernandez charged with murder
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Pats likely will fight Hernandez for bonus money, guaranteed sa…
Hernandez will be arraigned at 2:00 p.m. ET
It's fair to debate whether Ravens or Patriots got better tight…
To Which TV Show Will Bill Simmons Compare The Aaron Hernandez …
NFL releases statement on Aaron Hernandez arrest
Pats on Hernandez release: 'Right thing to do'
Patriots’ release of Aaron Hernandez has significant salary cap…
NFL issues statement on Aaron Hernandez arrest
Source on Hernandez:  “Assume the worst”
PFT Live: Latest on Hernandez arrest/release with Tom Curran
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Pats will take at least a $7.5 million cap charge for Hernandez…
Patriot Aaron Hernandez arrested, taken from home in handcuffs
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Patriots release Aaron Hernandez
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Hernandez charge won’t be disclosed until he appears in court
Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been arrested, according…
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