Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Jun 18, 2013.
But I thought only Cowboys and Bengals got into legal troubles.
ProFootballTalk ‏@ProFootballTalk 1m League has no comment on Hernandez situation (either one of them) http://wp.me/p14QSB-9ckZ
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This is crazy.
I wonder how ESPN will bury this story. Maybe the Patriots picked up Tebow to try to cover up the Hernandez issues.
If this were a Cowboy player, the entire organization would be getting ripped big time.
It's not being buried, at all. It's the lead story on espn.com, not just espnboston.com
And if you had followed this story on twitter like I did, you would've seen pics of the media circle by his home. It's insane. He lives right in the middle of Patriot-ville.
Also, the pats don't have a history of bad actors that had a revolving door with the local PD.
Hes going to shoot a man in the face? The man better have been shooting at him first or had some sort of weapon. Idiot.
It gets me mad how athletes with so much talent and/or potentional just waste it away doing stupid things.
Aaron was probably going to get more playing time with the Gronk health situation.
Who knows what to make of the homicide case. That thing is crazy. The last I read, a man was run over by a vehicle registered in Aaron's name, but it is not believed he has any involvement? Drugs may be involved?
The down fall of the Pats begins.
Apparantly, Aaron has associates related in "gang activity"
Thats never good.
The gun found in his home is NOT the murder weapon.
I wonder if this is a case of Aaron knows who done it, but won't say who done it?? a la Ray Lewis??
Why else would you not cooperate with authorities if you have nothing to hide?
Because you are waiting for legal representation and you have the option not to talk to the authorities at this point?
Honestly, if you are a high profile athlete, you probably don't want to sit down and talk with law enforcement without representation.
He is also about to be sued by someone who claims Hernandez shot him in the face earlier this year. Dude has some problems
When Belichick stole Jake Ballard from the Giants last year, he got an awful lot of criticism, including by many in here.
Now Ballard could easily be #1 on the depth chart opening day.
The man is a friend of Hernandez' and the shooting was (allegedly) an accidental discharge of a weapon.
Now, IMHO, any pro athlete walking around with a loaded weapon is a total moron, but I just thought I'd throw out the circumstances of that incident.
What's in store for Aaron Hernandez?
So now do we add, “Did you shoot a guy in the face?” to the questions we pose to Aaron Hernandez at the start of training camp?
Tap the brakes for a moment on the rumor and innuendo circulating around Hernandez and his knowledge of what happened to Odin Lloyd.
Speaking in general terms, where would things be in an investigation like this one in terms of police work?
Speaking to a law enforcement official on Wednesday, it was explained to me that the autopsy portion of the investigation is already or soon will be underway.
Cause of death, DNA tests, marks left on the body, hair and fingernail samples, etc., would be performed. The crime scene would have been established as well and investigated and then cross-matching of DNA and other physical evidence will be performed.
Read the rest: http://www.csnne.com/article/whats-store-aaron-hernandez
Tom Curran of CSN New England explained on Wednesday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, the process could still lead to an unfavorable outcome for Hernandez.
“[T]here’s so much to plow through and I think right now we’re at the table-setting stage,” Curran said. “There’s a sense that law enforcement is getting all its ducks in a row and then they’ll spill them on the table to put a case together.”
The Patriots remain tight lipped, both publicly and privately.
“Not a word,” Curran said regarding the team. “This is a period of time that the NFL kind of shuts down. I’m not sure even if [coach] Bill Belichick is in the country right now. I know he had a European vacation planned; he may be out of the country. Given the circumstances and the way this could conceivably go, because it’s not pretty, he might be in a situation where he might have to come back. I think that this is a serious situation that bears a lot of close watching over the next couple of days.”
Read the rest: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...the-hernandez-associate-murder-investigation/
Is that's what's circulating now? Hadn't seen that anywhere.
I thought I read somewhere that Hernandez and the guy who got killed were dating sisters; Hernandez going out with one girl and the other guy going out with her sister.
your right to remain silent regardless says hello
And your sense of personal ethics says hello, right back.
If he had nothing to do with it, he could easily just tell the police what he knows and be done with it. The police have stated that they don't look at him as a suspect and I doubt that they went into it looking take down a Patriots player.
Yeah I agree, it being an accident doesn't make Hernandez any smarter.