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Patriots release Aaron Hernandez.
The New England Patriots have released tight end Aaron Hernandez after he was arrested Wednesday morning at his Massachusetts home.

The release comes just two hours after Hernandez was taken out of his home in handcuffs. Hernandez was arrested after four unmarked police cars pulled up to his home and placed the Patriots tight end into custody. The team called the release of Hernandez “the right thing to do” in a statement released on Wednesday:


“A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the family and friends who mourn his loss. Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation. We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing. We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do.”
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The New England Patriots have released tight end Aaron Hernandez after he was arrested Wednesday morning at his Massachusetts home.

The release comes just two hours after Hernandez was taken out of his home in handcuffs. Hernandez was arrested after four unmarked police cars pulled up to his home and placed the Patriots tight end into custody. The team called the release of Hernandez “the right thing to do” in a statement released on Wednesday:


“A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the family and friends who mourn his loss. Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation. We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing. We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do.”
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Raiders will pick him up..
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The New England Patriots have released tight end Aaron Hernandez after he was arrested Wednesday morning at his Massachusetts home.

The release comes just two hours after Hernandez was taken out of his home in handcuffs. Hernandez was arrested after four unmarked police cars pulled up to his home and placed the Patriots tight end into custody. The team called the release of Hernandez “the right thing to do” in a statement released on Wednesday:


“A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the family and friends who mourn his loss. Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation. We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing. We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do.”
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 Quoting: Nostril Domus


Raiders will pick him up..
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lol
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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What a total idiot. 23 years old and a multi-millionare who was living in a 5600 square foot home. He had it made.

It's like I have heard people say before "You can take the boy out of the ghetto, but you cannot take the ghetto out of the boy!"
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Wonder what he killed the guy for?
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Wonder what he killed the guy for?
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Drug deal gone sour.
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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Didn't Ray Lewis gothrough the same type of ordeal? Only to returnto the NFL for another 15 years? Just saying... You never know what's going to come out of an investigationlike this. It could very well be a situationwhere Hernandez is not giving the police the information they want, and as a result they are putting him through the ringer...
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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Didn't Ray Lewis gothrough the same type of ordeal? Only to returnto the NFL for another 15 years? Just saying... You never know what's going to come out of an investigationlike this. It could very well be a situationwhere Hernandez is not giving the police the information they want, and as a result they are putting him through the ringer...
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yea but that Obstruction of Justice charge is sticking regardless. I can even get a conviction on that charge and Im no fckin DA. He's doing TIME regardless. Stop comparing to Ray Lewis. Different situations in different times
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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Didn't Ray Lewis gothrough the same type of ordeal? Only to returnto the NFL for another 15 years? Just saying... You never know what's going to come out of an investigationlike this. It could very well be a situationwhere Hernandez is not giving the police the information they want, and as a result they are putting him through the ringer...
 Quoting: Warrior of the Apocalypse


yea but that Obstruction of Justice charge is sticking regardless. I can even get a conviction on that charge and Im no fckin DA. He's doing TIME regardless. Stop comparing to Ray Lewis. Different situations in different times
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Ray Lewis is a piece of shit who murdered a guy and then pretended to be a reverend every chance he got. Guy belongs in the inside of the can, not on tv with a super bowl ring. Total garbage human being.
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The New England Patriots have released tight end Aaron Hernandez after he was arrested Wednesday morning at his Massachusetts home.

The release comes just two hours after Hernandez was taken out of his home in handcuffs. Hernandez was arrested after four unmarked police cars pulled up to his home and placed the Patriots tight end into custody. The team called the release of Hernandez “the right thing to do” in a statement released on Wednesday:


“A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the family and friends who mourn his loss. Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation. We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing. We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do.”
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 Quoting: Nostril Domus


Raiders will pick him up..
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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bsflag

Just ask Ray Lewis. He killed someone and not only got away with the killing but just won the superbowl...

Hernandez is fucking good. If he can get picked up and is not in prison for too long, he will get picked up.
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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Didn't Ray Lewis gothrough the same type of ordeal? Only to returnto the NFL for another 15 years? Just saying... You never know what's going to come out of an investigationlike this. It could very well be a situationwhere Hernandez is not giving the police the information they want, and as a result they are putting him through the ringer...
 Quoting: Warrior of the Apocalypse


yea but that Obstruction of Justice charge is sticking regardless. I can even get a conviction on that charge and Im no fckin DA. He's doing TIME regardless. Stop comparing to Ray Lewis. Different situations in different times
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39974855


You are an idiot. The NFL always gives second chances. Getting convicted of Obstruction is not going to end a superstars career. Unless he simply does too much time, which he won't. Too much money, too many connections.

The fucking people arresting him are probably huge fans of his.
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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bsflag

Just ask Ray Lewis. He killed someone and not only got away with the killing but just won the superbowl...

Hernandez is fucking good. If he can get picked up and is not in prison for too long, he will get picked up.
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While I am no fan of Ray Lewis, and by no means am defending him, he was never accused of murder...he was suuspected of being an accessory to murder and was closely associtated with the person who actually murdered. He was always accused of being an uncooperative witness and obstructing the investigation in order to protect his friend - you know when you're from the hood being a snitch is just about the worst thing you could be
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His asshole will be so stretched out by the time he hits the NFL again, they will likely use it for Quarter back target hole.
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wealthy tight end.

becomes poor wide receiver.
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What a total idiot. 23 years old and a multi-millionare who was living in a 5600 square foot home. He had it made.

It's like I have heard people say before "You can take the boy out of the ghetto, but you cannot take the ghetto out of the boy!"
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Don't worry. Ray Lewis went through the same thing and was a 13- time pro bowler and won 2 Super Bowl rings. Now, the NFL Network has hired him to a multi-million dollar contract.

Things will work out for Hernandez too.

peace
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yea right. He's done. His NFL days are over
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Didn't Ray Lewis gothrough the same type of ordeal? Only to returnto the NFL for another 15 years? Just saying... You never know what's going to come out of an investigationlike this. It could very well be a situationwhere Hernandez is not giving the police the information they want, and as a result they are putting him through the ringer...
 Quoting: Warrior of the Apocalypse


yea but that Obstruction of Justice charge is sticking regardless. I can even get a conviction on that charge and Im no fckin DA. He's doing TIME regardless. Stop comparing to Ray Lewis. Different situations in different times
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39974855


You are an idiot. The NFL always gives second chances. Getting convicted of Obstruction is not going to end a superstars career. Unless he simply does too much time, which he won't. Too much money, too many connections.

The fucking people arresting him are probably huge fans of his.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42368917


You're the idiot. He may still get charged with a homicide related crime so hush. Hernandez has an extensive history. He DOESNT have to play another down of football dummy. Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft made that clear when he was released. You dont destroy evidence and expect another chance. At least Mike Vick was caught red handed for dog fighting. DOGFIGHTING < MURDER INVESTIGATION
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Chuck Schumer warned us that if the illegals didn't get amnesty, the Mexicans would flip out.
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the jets will come calling.
Let’s go Brandon!
Fuck the left!
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Didn't Ray Lewis gothrough the same type of ordeal? Only to returnto the NFL for another 15 years? Just saying... You never know what's going to come out of an investigationlike this. It could very well be a situationwhere Hernandez is not giving the police the information they want, and as a result they are putting him through the ringer...
 Quoting: Warrior of the Apocalypse


yea but that Obstruction of Justice charge is sticking regardless. I can even get a conviction on that charge and Im no fckin DA. He's doing TIME regardless. Stop comparing to Ray Lewis. Different situations in different times
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39974855


You are an idiot. The NFL always gives second chances. Getting convicted of Obstruction is not going to end a superstars career. Unless he simply does too much time, which he won't. Too much money, too many connections.

The fucking people arresting him are probably huge fans of his.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42368917


You're the idiot. He may still get charged with a homicide related crime so hush. Hernandez has an extensive history. He DOESNT have to play another down of football dummy. Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft made that clear when he was released. You dont destroy evidence and expect another chance. At least Mike Vick was caught red handed for dog fighting. DOGFIGHTING < MURDER INVESTIGATION
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so? he will be fine. this country is all about 2nd chances. watch and see tardo. As long as he stays good at football.
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Chuck Schumer warned us that if the illegals didn't get amnesty, the Mexicans would flip out.
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He's not Mexican smh
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yea but that Obstruction of Justice charge is sticking regardless. I can even get a conviction on that charge and Im no fckin DA. He's doing TIME regardless. Stop comparing to Ray Lewis. Different situations in different times
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39974855


You are an idiot. The NFL always gives second chances. Getting convicted of Obstruction is not going to end a superstars career. Unless he simply does too much time, which he won't. Too much money, too many connections.

The fucking people arresting him are probably huge fans of his.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42368917


You're the idiot. He may still get charged with a homicide related crime so hush. Hernandez has an extensive history. He DOESNT have to play another down of football dummy. Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft made that clear when he was released. You dont destroy evidence and expect another chance. At least Mike Vick was caught red handed for dog fighting. DOGFIGHTING < MURDER INVESTIGATION
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so? he will be fine. this country is all about 2nd chances. watch and see tardo. As long as he stays good at football.
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lol ok Mr. Attorney.
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Hmm 5 gun charges. Not even counting the murder charge. And u say he'll play again?
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Hmm 5 gun charges. Not even counting the murder charge. And u say he'll play again?
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absolutely not
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Hmm 5 gun charges. Not even counting the murder charge. And u say he'll play again?
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absolutely not
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yea tell that to the Cochran-tards above us^^
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Chuck Schumer warned us that if the illegals didn't get amnesty, the Mexicans would flip out.
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He's not Mexican smh
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Oh, sorry I don't devote my time to knowing all about your sports heros. Anyway, I see now that he is Puerto Rican. He should be honored that I thought he is Mexican, since Mexicans are the superior variety of hispanic.





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