Two interesting details from Hernandez's GF: 1) Allegation that Odin Lloyd was a drug dealer; 2) Surveillance put in b/c of housebreaks.
Two interesting details from Hernandez's GF: 1) Allegation that Odin Lloyd was a drug dealer; 2) Surveillance put in b/c of housebreaks.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 9, 2013
Six cartridge casings found in the police investigation -- 5 near Odin Lloyd's body, and another at Enterprise Rent-a-Car.
Six cartridge casings found in the police investigation -- 5 near Odin Lloyd's body, and another at Enterprise Rent-a-Car.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 9, 2013
Wait so Bo Jackson is now taking 5 Hour Energy? Shit, we're all doomed.
Wait so Bo Jackson is now taking 5 Hour Energy? Shit, we're all doomed.— Held Over (@hakimdropsball) July 9, 2013
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
Hernandez, Gronkowski struggles make Graham look even better | ProFootballTalk
From Gronkowski’s injuries and surgeries and party-boy tendencies to Hernandez’s legal entanglements, Graham is looking like the best of the bunch. And the Saints need to acknowledge that with a long-term deal.
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Dolphins join list of teams claiming Hernandez was off their board | ProFootballTalk
The New England Patriots were probably not the only team that liked Aaron Hernandez heading into the 2010 NFL draft. But it's starting to seem that way.
Court releases details of eight search warrants in Hernandez case | ProFootballTalk
In the end, neither the prosecution nor the lawyers representing Aaron Hernandez were able to persuade a judge to keep secret the details of the search warrants issued in connection with the investigation of the death of Odin Lloyd. Eight search warrants were issued.
Hernandez was hostile when police first arrived at his house | ProFootballTalk
Documents released Tuesday by court order in the Odin Lloyd murder investigation reveal that Aaron Hernandez quickly hit the center of law enforcement's radar screen. His behavior when they arrived at his house for the first time likely didn't help matters.
Prosecutors still won’t say whether Hernandez was the shooter | ProFootballTalk
Prosecutors have continued to dance around the question of whether they believe Aaron Hernandez pulled the trigger on the gun that fired bullets that killed Odin Lloyd. Again on Monday, the chief law enforcement officer in Bristol County declined to specify whether Hernandez was the shooter.
Hernandez offered to take extra drug tests | ProFootballTalk
Patriots owner Robert Kraft was willing to admit he had been "duped" by Aaron Hernandez. And as part of Kraft explaining that himself to the Boston media yesterday, the team was good enough to provide more evidence of the tight end-turned-murder suspect’s duplicity.
Judge orders release of Hernandez search warrants, affidavits | ProFootballTalk
As prosecutors continue to build a case for murder against Aaron Hernandez, they'll be required to share a lot of the evidence with the public. According to the Associated Press, a judge on Monday granted a request made by news organizations to lift an order sealing the search warrants issued in ...
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Lewand suspension could be indicator for Russell | ProFootballTalk
It was obvious from yesterday’s other-than-boilerplate statement that the Broncos were seriously disturbed by the arrest of director of player personnel Matt Russell.
Seahawks fans hope to break Guinness record for loudest crowd | ProFootballTalk
When the 49ers come to town on September 15, fans of the Seahawks don't just want to be loud. They want to be the loudest crowd in the history of sports. A Seahawks fan organization known as Volume 12 has applied with Guinness to have the noise level monitored at the home opener.
Lance Easley recounts pressure and decision-making on "Fail Mary" | ProFootballTalk
Nearly 10 months removed from the call that brought him into the national spotlight while serving as a replacement official for a Monday night game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks, Lance Easley was back in the Seattle area on Sunday as he served as an umpire for Seahawks cornerbac...
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Browns fan Scott Entsminger one-upped the "Factory of Sadness" guy with a posthumous rip on their favorite team. But the man who asked in his obituary for six Browns players to serve as pallbearers so that the team "could let him down one more time" will receive a final gift from the franchise.