• Source: NFLPA files vs. Pats for Hernandez

    Summary of 11 articles · Updated Aug 30, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Mass. DA: Hernandez defense claim untrue

      Massachusetts prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez murder case say there's no truth to an allegation that investigators misled a potential witness.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Patriots contend Hernandez failed to qualify for his workout bonus

      The Patriots are committed to never paying tight end Aaron Hernandez another penny, at least not willingly. In some respects, such as Hernandez’s otherwise “guaranteed” salary for 2013, the Patriots are on firm footing. In other ways, including the fina…
    • Rolling Stone writer: Hernandez will be acquitted, return to NFL

      The author of the much-discussed Rolling Stone profile of Aaron Hernandez believes that prosecutors lack the evidence to convict him of first-degree murder, and that Hernandez will eventually return to the NFL. Rolling Stone contributing editor Paul Sol…
    • Rolling Stone story goes hard on Patriots’ handling of Hernandez

      The massive Rolling Stone investigation of Aaron Hernandez is now online, and one of the major takeaways of the piece is that the Patriots shoulder a lot of the blame for looking the other way about Hernandez’s off-field issues, and failing to see that …
    • Report: Hernandez was on short leash before arrest

      The folks at Rolling Stone have taken a close look at the life of former Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez. The story has yet to be released, but Rolling Stone has offered up a six-pack of teases, via Deadspin. The most significant unknown tidbit was th…
    • Kraft addresses Hernandez before gala

      FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots are set to host their kickoff gala on Tuesday night, an annual gathering when the team’s charitable foundation will name its latest winner of the Ron Burton Community Service Award. Yet, the event also serve…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Round one of Hernandez bonus fight begins

      It’s no surprise that the NFLPA has filed a grievance for $82,000 in workout bonuses earned by tight end Aaron Hernandez before the Patriots cut him. The money was earned, and it should be paid. But the Patriots, as we explained back in June, won’t be i…
  • Report: Hernandez took PCP, carried guns

    Aaron Hernandez was using angel dust, had become paranoid to the point of carrying a gun everywhere and was told by Patriots coach Bill Belichick to lay low or he'd be cut in the year before being accused of murder, according to a report by Rolling Ston…
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Rolling Stone article on Aaron Hernandez alleges he was a heavy user of the drug PCP, or angel dust

      We're not done learning all the sordid details of Aaron Hernandez's life off the field, and we're still months from his murder trial. It's almost incomprehensible that Hernandez was a NFL star, blending in on the New England Patriots, based on what has …
      Source: yahoo.com
  • NFLPA Goes To Bat For Aaron Hernandez's Unpaid Bonus

    As expected, the NFLPA has filed a grievance against the Patriots in an attempt to recover bonus money New England owes to Aaron Hernandez. It's an icky situation, considering Hernandez may have killed a person or three, but a contract is a contract.Rea…
    Source: deadspin.com

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