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Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez
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  • Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial Could Last 3 Months

    Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial Could Last 3 Months
    FALL RIVER, Mass. - Aaron Hernandez's first murder trial could last up to three months, prosecutors said in court Monday during one of the final hearings before jury selection. Hernandez, a Bristol, Conn. native, is accused in the June 2013 shooting...
  • Sideline Chatter: Laundry list for NFL as flags fly at record pace

    Flag football? No kidding. NFL officials, with Weeks 16 and 17 to go, are on a pace to whistle a record 4,139 penalties this season. The old penalty mark 3,849 in 2011 should fall this weekend. NFL headlines At TheOnion.com: "Johnny Manziel...
  • On The Fly: Politics Find Way Into Super Bowl

    On The Fly: Politics Find Way Into Super Bowl
    Politics have a way of seeping into everything, right? You can add the Super Bowl, too. That's right, Congress — yes Congress — could bring Super Bowl XLIX to a screeching halt if it doesn't get its act together by New Year's Eve. Lauren...
  • Inadmissible Texts Seen As 'Significant Victory' For Aaron Hernandez

    Inadmissible Texts Seen As 'Significant Victory' For Aaron Hernandez
    A month from his first murder trial, former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez was boosted last week by a judge's decision to toss out some of the government's evidence against him. Prosecutors relied on circumstantial evidence last year to arrest...
  • 'Tis the season for NFL trolling, with Johnny Manziel among the targets

    'Tis the season for NFL trolling, with Johnny Manziel among the targets
    Have you noticed? Late in this NFL season, a sophomoric sense of humor seems to be creeping into the staid, conservative league. Consider: •The fun began with St. Louis Coach Jeff Fisher last Sunday during the coin toss preceding the Rams' game...
  • Text Messages From Victim Ruled Out Of Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial

    Text Messages From Victim Ruled Out Of Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial
    When prosecutors charged Aaron Hernandez with murder last year, they pointed to texts that victim Odin Lloyd sent his sister shortly before his death telling her he was with the former NFL star. On Friday, Fall River Superior Judge E. Susan Garsh...
  • Steinberg: The Character Draft NFL 2015

    The era of character has arrived. The next group of prospective NFL Draft prospects and veteran free agents will be the most heavily scrutinized athletes ever. Character and personal issues will take on a foremost role in making draft decisions. The...
  • Hernandez Double-Murder Trial Delayed

    A judge Tuesday granted a motion to indefinitely delay a double-murder trial for Aaron Hernandez scheduled for next May, although the former Patriots and Bristol star still faces trial on another charge of murder early next year. Jake Wark, a...
  • Belichick Among Possible Witnesses At Hernandez Trial

    Patriots coach Bill Belichick, team owner Robert Kraft and two NFL players who were college teammates of Aaron Hernandez are among the more than 300 government witnesses who could testify at the Bristol native's murder trial, which is scheduled to open...
  • Patriots arrive in Cali undeterred by Packers setback

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The New England Patriots woke up in unfamiliar territory Monday morning - both literally and figuratively. In a literal sense, coach Bill Belichick's team finds itself on the West...
  • On The Fly: Fond Memories Of Red Sox Media Man Bresciani

    On The Fly: Fond Memories Of Red Sox Media Man Bresciani
    For generations of reporters from all over New England, Dick Bresciani was the link to the Red Sox. Bresciani, who died Saturday after a long bout with cancer, went to work for the Red Sox in 1972 and ran the team's media relations department until the...