Rick Horrow on the NFL's latest marketing news, including the Aaron Hernandez jersey exchange and Brett Favre's new investment. (07/07/13)
ESPN legal analyst Lester Munson discusses the rejection of Aaron Hernandez's bid to have his trial moved to a different county.
ESPN legal analyst Ryan Smith explains how prosecutors will proceed with the double homicide case against former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez, which Smith says is a much stronger case than the Odin Lloyd murder case.
Aaron Hernandez officially charged with first degree murder at arraignment. (06/26/13)
NFL Player Chris Kluwe answers questions from fans delivered via social media.
Rick Horrow comments on the legal troubles of Aaron Hernandez and what kind of example it sets for the incoming rookie class. (06/30/13)
A judge has denied bail for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who's charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a friend. (June 27)
The Pat's tight end has not been arrested, but remains at the center of an ongoing murder investigation. The case is connected to the murder of Odin Lloyd, who was found dead, after he'd spent an evening hanging out with Hernandez at a bar. While he's not a suspect, police also say they haven't ruled Hernandez out.
He may seem guilty as sin, but in America, Aaron Hernandez is supposed to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, a point solidly made by NFL rookie Eric Ebron.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick broke his silence Wednesday after former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was charged with murder. He says the Patriots will learn from this experience and that it's time to 'move forward.' (July 24)
The New England Patriots tight end is charged with obstruction of justice.
Police are investigating Aaron Hernandez's possible connection to a 2012 double murder in Boston, according to local media reports.
Authorities say former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez killed his friend at an industrial park a mile from Hernandez's house days after the two feuded at a nightclub. (June 26)
As Hernandez is held on murder charges, stories have begun to emerge showing he may have a history of violent run-ins.
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez made his first appearance in court shortly after he was arrested and charged with killing a friend, Odin Lloyd a few days after they got into a dispute at a nightclub. (June 26)
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