Aaron Hernandez is dead, along with Odin Lloyd, who he murdered. However, because Hernandez died before he was able to exhaust all his appeals, the state of Massachusetts has officially vacated the murder conviction.
While the loss of life is an intrinsically somber occasion, it’s hard to feel sympathy for Aaron Hernandez. The 27-year-old had an unbelievable number of things going his way: he was living the dream in the NFL, he had the chance to play in the Super Bowl
Just when news hit last month that Aaron Hernandez's house, made famous when video appeared to show him with a gun in the home, was up for sale, now a cell phone that allegedly belonged to the former New England Patriot's tight end has surfaced.
With the news of a Denver Broncos safety being sent home after police questioned him about a prostitution ring, I'd better send out a public service announcement to the rest of the participants of Super Bowl 50.
Normally, when someone offers tips or help to authorities, they know that they will be anonymous, but the 'tipster' in Aaron Hernandez's murder trial may be surprised to find that her name, Jessica Mendes, has been released in unsealed court records.
This end of the calendar year list is going to be tough. It's so hard to find athletes doing the wrong thing. Where should I look for the woman beaters and the guys with syringes sticking out of their toes as they walk to the batter's box?
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