Originally posted on ProFootballTalk:
To no surprise, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to all charges related to the murder of Odin Lloyd.
Hernandez delivered the words personally, with far less conviction and panache than O.J. Simpson, who declared himself to be “absolutely, 100 percent not guilty” in the murders of his ex-wife and her friend, Ronald Goldman. Hernandez spoke softly and at times shifted his eyes will repeatedly reciting the same two words in response to the six charges that formally were entered against him.
His lawyers will at a later date attempt to revisit the issue of bail. Hernandez has been held without bail since his arrest in late June.
Hernandez is due in court again on October 9. He could seek bail at that time.
Friday’s hearing also addressed requests by the defense to ensure that authorities in other jurisdictions (such as Connecticut) will preserve all evidence and…
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Only you can prevent twerking fires.
This week’s honor goes to Adam Schefter. This is not because i’ve had a couple run ins with this hypebeast. It’s not because he swears he has inside sources and makes things up. It’s not because he throws stories out there hoping they stick.
It’s because he has resurrected this god awful Ray Lewis dance that everyone is sick of seeing. One can only dream/beg/hope/pray this doesn’t give Lewis the idea of performing this before he goes on his broadcasts. Please do everyone a favor Adam. Stop. Stop.
It’s safe to say that Mr. Riley Cooper is in for a looooooooooooong season…
If his own teammates can’t stand him theres no saying how the rest of the league feels. Here’s footage from today’s Eagle practice/scuffle.
The world is not ready…
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Rolling Stone’s new issue is set to hit stands Friday, August 30th and in it will be a riveting and jaw dropping story on the troubled background and past of former Patriots tight end, Aaron Hernandez.
This is a story about drugs, violence, and sports. Personally, I have invested many hours on this case ever since the news broke back in June so I was excited to see what this article was going to offer. For whatever reason I have the need to know everything about AH and the motives behind this murder.
After spending 20 minutes or so reading this, I somehow ended up feeling sorry for AH considering his current situation and alleged charges. As you continue to read you find yourself back to where you started, confused. You begin to formulate more questions.
Why surround yourself with people who won’t bring positivity or productivity to your life? Why try to be something you’re really not? Why are you a dumb criminal? Why are you smoking angel dust? Why throw everything away?
These are questions we’ll never get the answers to so we have no other option but to fill in the blanks ourselves.
Highlights of the article:
The one thing that is bothersome is that none of these sources have names. All of this can be hearsay but there definitely is a pattern of bad behavior tracing back to his high school days. No one can really come to an understanding of why this happened or what the future holds for AH. This trial probably won’t begin for another year so one can only wait for new developments that are bound to surface.
Here is the link to the full article. Good read.
Looks like Eminem is back at it again. Yay or nay?