Aaron Hernandez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Friend of Aaron Hernandez acquitted of murder, convicted of being an accessory

    Pro Football Talk "Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is serving life in prison for the murder of Odin Lloyd, but the legal case surrounding Lloyd’s death is not over, and today another verdict was reached. In that verdict, a friend of Hernandez, Ernest Wallace, was convicted of being an accessory after..." May 12

  • Aaron Hernandez loves Brady and Gronk, but not Kraft

    CSN New England "Patriots Nation may have forgotten -- or at least is trying to forget -- Aaron Hernandez, but the tight-end-turned-convicted-murderer hasn't forgotten Patriots Nation. In a letter to a prison pen pal obtained by TMZ, the incarcerated Hernandez says he watches the Pats games from a TV in a cell..." February 01

  • Aaron Hernandez's double-murder trial delayed

    Sporting News "Aaron Hernandez's double-murder trial has been postponed to a later date, ESPN.com reported. A Suffolk County judge on Thursday granted the motion requested by both the defensive and prosecution. Instead of starting the trial on Jan. 19, the court will reconvene for a status hearing on that..." December 24

  • Aaron Hernandez Showed Off His Gang-Related Jail Ink at Latest Court Appearance

    The Big Lead "Aaron Hernandez has some new ink since he went to jail. On Tuesday, the former Patriots tight end showed up at a court appearance for his upcoming double-murder trial wearing a white t-shirt that showed off a new neck tattoo. " December 24

  • Prosecutors, defense attorneys seek delay in Hernandez trial

    Boston Herald "Prosecutors and attorneys for former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez have asked a judge to postpone his upcoming double-murder trial in Boston, citing a pending appeal that has not yet been heard by the state’s highest court. Hernandez, who is accused of killing Safiro Furtado and Daniel de..." December 09

  • Reports: Aaron Hernandez Found With Homemade Knife In Prison Cell

    NESN "Aaron Hernandez is back in the news. The former New England Patriots tight end has been found with a homemade knife, also known as a “shank,” in his prison cell at Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Mass., according to FOX25 in Boston. " December 05

  • Aaron Hernandez friend seeking dismissal of Odin Lloyd murder indictment

    Sporting News "Carlos Ortiz, a friend of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, is hoping to have his murder indictment dismissed in the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd. In a motion released Monday, the defense team for Ortiz says the grand jury has not been given enough evidence to bring the murder charge...." October 20

  • Aaron Hernandez friend gets immunity in double murder case

    Sporting News "Alexander Bradley, a friend and former assistant of Aaron Hernandez, has received immunity from prosecutors in connection with a double murder case against the former Patriots tight end. According to the Boston Globe, Bradley's grant of immunity was revealed in a legal filing in federal court..." August 27

  • Aaron Hernandez jury tipster will be questioned in court

    Sporting News "A woman who questioned the integrity of one of the jurors who convicted Aaron Hernandez of murder will have her day in court. Judge Susan Garsh has approved a request by Hernandez defense attorney James Sultan to question the woman under oath. Shortly after Hernandez was found guilty of..." August 20

  • Aaron Hernandez’s $1.3M Home, Hummer To Be Sold In Civil Suit

    Black Sports Online "I thought this would happen sooner. A Massachusetts judge has ruled that the $1.3 million home and 2005 Hummer owned by former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez can be sold as part of a lawsuit filed over the death Odin Lloyd. Judge Richard Moses on Thursday authorized the sale of..." August 14

  • Prosecutor: Tipster had 'sexually explicit relationship' with Aaron Hernandez

    Boston Herald "The anonymous tipster who called an Aaron Hernandez defense attorney and raised questions about a member of the jury who convicted his client of murder was having a "sexually explicit relationship" with the former tight end “prior to and during the trial,” according to prosecutors. “(T)he..." August 04

  • Hernandez lawyer seeks permission to question tipster on juror misconduct

    Pro Football Talk "The first Aaron Hernandez trial ended in a conviction. But that still may not be the end of it. Via the Associated Press, lawyer James Sultan now knows the name of a tipster who claims that one of the jurors in the Odin Lloyd murder case participated in discussions about the other double murder..." July 28

  • Hernandez judge allows juror misconduct investigation to proceed

    Pro Football Talk "When a Judge E. Susan Garsh ruled declined earlier this week to throw out the guilty verdict against former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in connection with the murder of Odin Lloyd, it didn’t end her work on the case. Still pending is the question of whether Judge Garsh will allow the..." July 04

  • Aaron Hernandez Judge Refuses To Overturn Murder Conviction

    Hartford Courant "A Massachusetts judge last week refused to overturn or to reduce Aaron Hernandez's first-degree murder conviction, rejecting defense lawyers' arguments that the state "utterly failed" to prove the former New England Patriots player killed Odin Lloyd in 2013. "Considering the evidence in the..." July 02

  • Aaron Hernandez’s lawyers claim juror lied, knew about 2012 double murder

    Larry Brown Sports "Earlier this month, Aaron Hernandez’s lawyers submitted new filings in court that aim to have the former New England Patriots tight end’s murder conviction overturned. Apparently there is an issue with one of the jurors in the case, and that juror’s ability to be impartial was questioned by way of..." June 16

  • Aaron Hernandez will get flirty if you write him in prison

    New York Post "Aaron Hernandez has been inundated with prison fan mail, and the convicted killer likes to get flirty with his female pen pals. The former Patriots tight end includes a tongue-out winking sketch in his handwritten response, which TMZ reports was to a woman who hinted to Hernandez she wanted to..." June 10

  • Attorney: Aaron Hernandez has run out of money

    Sporting News "The attorney representing Aaron Hernandez in civil court says the former Patriots tight end, who three years ago signed a lucrative $40 million NFL contract, has run out of money. "There's nothing left here as a practical matter," John Fitzpatrick said Thursday, via The Herald News, during..." May 22

  • Aaron Hernandez pleads not guilty in witness intimidation case

    CBS Sports "Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to witness intimidation in a Boston courtroom on Thursday, according to the Associated Press. Hernandez is being charged with trying to silence a witness in a double murder case by shooting the man in the face. " May 21

  • Aaron Hernandez Got A New Neck Tattoo In Prison

    Deadspin "Aaron Hernandez was in court again today, entering a not-guilty plea to witness intimidation charges stemming from an incident when he allegedly shot his friend in the face for talking about those other guys he allegedly shot. Anyway, Aaron Hernandez got himself a new tattoo in prison." May 21

  • Aaron Hernandez reportedly involved in prison fight

    Larry Brown Sports "Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was reportedly involved in a prison fight on Tuesday. According to CNN, Hernandez did not throw any swings of his own. He apparently agreed to be the lookout for another Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center inmate who went to a fellow..." May 20

  • Aaron Hernandez -- I Didn't Take Pleasure In Odin Lloyd's Death

    TMZ "Aaron Hernandez claims he should NOT have been convicted of 1st degree murder in the death of Odin Lloyd -- claiming the killing was not "cruel" enough to warrant such a harsh charge. Hernandez's lawyers filed new court docs challenging the verdict in the Lloyd case ... in which they spell out..." May 16

  • Aaron Hernandez appeals murder conviction

    ESPN "Lawyers for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez have filed an appeal of his murder conviction, saying it was based on "improper speculation, conjecture and guesswork." The appeal filed this week in Bristol Superior Court says "no reasonable jury" could have found Hernandez guilty..." May 15

  • Aaron Hernandez charged with Florida shooting

    Boston Globe "Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was indicted Monday in Boston for shooting a former friend in the face in Florida in 2013, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley’s office said. Hernandez has been charged under the state’s witness intimidation statute. Alexander Bradley is..." May 11

  • Aaron Hernandez facing witness intimidation charge

    CBS Sports "Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will face another charge after a grand jury indicted him for witness intimidation in a case involving the murders of two Boston men for which Hernandez has yet to stand trial, per the Associated Press. Hernandez, who was convicted in the June 2013..." May 11

  • Second Hernandez murder case returns to court on May 21

    Pro Football Talk "Last month, a jury in Bristol County, Massachusetts convicted former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez of murdering Odin Lloyd. Later this month, a court in Suffolk County, Massachusetts will move closer toward setting a trial date in connection with the allegation that Hernandez killed two men..." May 06

  • Meyer warned Belichick about Hernandez: 'You just need to keep an eye on him'

    The Score "Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer told Bill Belichick that Aaron Hernandez would require extra attention if the New England Patriots were going to select him in the 2010 NFL Draft. In an appearance on "The Dan Patrick Show" on Tuesday, Meyer was asked about a conversation he had with..." April 28

  • Odin Lloyd’s Mother To File Wrongful Death Suit Against Aaron Hernandez

    Black Sports Online "Odin Lloyd’s mother is reportedly set to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Aaron Hernandez — a lawsuit that could potentially be worth millions according to reports. Ursula Ward will reportedly hold a press conference to announce the civil suit against Hernandez, who was convicted April 15..." April 22

  • Sheriff: Aaron Hernandez manipulated officers to get extra sandwiches

    Sporting News "Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson handled former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez for 18 months in Connecticut. He told stories to the Associated Press about Hernandez's mindset throughout his murder trial, and after his guilty verdict. According to Hodgson, Hernandez is a master..." April 21

  • Report: Aaron Hernandez Was Addicted to Angel Dust

    Black Sports Online "Aaron Hernandez never failed an NFL drug test even though everyone said he smoked weed daily and now it is being reported he was addicted to angel dust. A man who knew Hernandez and asked not to be identified, said: ‘He was regularly high or out of his mind on Angel Dust. ‘People who were in..." April 19

  • Patriots mostly silent about Aaron Hernandez's conviction

    Boston Herald "While the Patriots remained mostly silent, the NFL community littered the Internet with a wide range of reactions yesterday to Aaron Hernandez’ guilty verdict. The Pats had no official comment after the conclusion of Hernandez’ murder trial. Also, current and former players had no interest in..." April 16

  • Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder

    CNN "Jurors in the trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez have found him guilty of first degree murder, which carries a penalty of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Hernandez was also found guilty of unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of..." April 15

  • Aaron Hernandez appeared to mouth 'wrong' at jurors after guilty verdict

    CBS Sports "On Wednesday former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder. Do not pass go, do not collect $200, go straight to jail for life without parole as dictated by Massachusetes state law. For much of the trial, Hernandez appeared almost aloof. He was never scared or..." April 15

  • Jurors call Kraft’s testimony compelling evidence against Hernandez

    Pro Football Talk "Aaron Hernandez’s claim of innocence to Robert Kraft helped jurors decide to convict Hernandez of first-degree murder today. After Hernandez, the former Patriots tight end, was found guilty today of murdering Odin Lloyd, jurors told reporters that the testimony of Kraft, the Patriots’ owner,..." April 15

  • Jury deliberations reach sixth day in Aaron Hernandez murder trial

    CBS Sports "The jury in the murder trial of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez began its sixth day of deliberations Tuesday morning, per CBS Boston. The jury, which is made up of seven women and five men, have deliberated for more than 27 hours since they received the case last week. Hernandez has..." April 14

  • Jury in Aaron Hernandez trial excused for weekend without verdict

    Sporting News "The jury in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial has deliberated for almost 20 hours but has not yet reached a verdict. Judge E. Susan Garsh on Friday afternoon excused the jurors until 9 a.m. ET Monday. "At this time I'm going to ask you to suspend your deliberations until Monday," she said, via..." April 11

  • TV crew's actions could have led to mistrial in Aaron Hernandez case

    Yahoo! Sports "Two jurors determining the fate of Aaron Hernandez told Bristol County Superior Court Judge E. Susan Garsh that a Boston television station SUV was present at their parking lot Wednesday night and approached jury vehicles, an act that violates Massachusetts’ law. Both jurors – one male, one..." April 09

  • Defense: Aaron Hernandez witnessed murder but "did not know what to do"

    ESPN "A lawyer for former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez acknowledged Tuesday for the first time that his client was at the scene of a killing and saw it happen, but he described Hernandez to jurors as a kid who simply did not know what to do. He urged them to find Hernandez not guilty of..." April 07

  • Aaron Hernandez trial: Defense hinges on PCP-induced 'psychosis'

    Yahoo! Sports "James Sultan stood behind a defense table here inside Courtroom 7 in Bristol County Superior Court on Monday afternoon and paused dramatically. "At this time, your honor and members of the jury, the defendant, Mr. Hernandez, rests," Sultan said. The murder trial of former New England Patriots..." April 07

  • Closing arguments in Aaron Hernandez trial to be made Tuesday

    Yahoo! Sports "James Sultan stood behind a defense table here inside Courtroom 7 in Bristol County Superior Court on Monday afternoon and paused dramatically. "At this time, your honor and members of the jury, the defendant, Mr. Hernandez, rests," Sultan said. The murder trial of former New England Patriots..." April 07

  • Defense rests in Aaron Hernandez murder trial

    CBS Sports "The defense in the Aaron Hernandez first degree murder trial of Odin Lloyd rested shortly before 3 p.m. Monday after calling three witnesses to the stand, per the Boston Globe. The trial is not over, however, as the prosecution decided to recall a rebutal witness to the stand to counter a..." April 06

  • The prosecution rests in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial

    CBS Sports "After two months and more than 100 witnesses, the prosecution rested Thursday in the first-degree murder trial of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, according to the Associated Press. Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh sent jurors home on Thursday told reporters that the court will resume..." April 03

  • Patriots supposedly told Aaron Hernandez that iPhones could spy on him

    Larry Brown Sports "Alexander Bradley, a former friend of Aaron Hernandez who claims Hernandez shot him in the face back in 2013, testified in court on Wednesday. While a judge has ruled that the alleged 2013 shooting cannot be introduced as evidence in the Odin Lloyd murder trial, Bradley’s testimony provided some..." April 01

  • Lawyers: Hernandez trial may end next week

    ESPN Boston "Lawyers involved in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez say they expect the case to wrap up next week. The defense intends to call only one witness and is expected to rest on Monday. At this point, the defense is expected to call a DNA expert from Cellmark..." April 01

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    Dan Wetzel @DanWetzel

    Kraft testified that Hernandez told him he was innocent because he was in a club at time of murder. [This has been proven untrue.]

  • Aaron Hernandez lied to Patriots owner Robert Kraft about night of murder

    Yahoo! Sports "New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft likes to consider all of his employees as extended family. When he arrived at Gillette Stadium on the morning of June 19, 2013, he found a throng of media in the parking lot and news helicopters flying above. It was a sign that Aaron Hernandez, then just..." March 31

  • Aaron Hernandez's Fiancee He Cheated on Me ... And I Let It Go!

    TMZ "Aaron Hernandez essentially had a hall pass to cheat on his fiancée whenever he pleased ... because she says she knew all about it ... but decided to look the other way. Shayanna Jenkins testified for the second day at Hernandez's murder trial where he stands accused of killing Odin Lloyd..." March 30

  • Aaron Hernandez still hasn't been suspended by the NFL

    SB Nation "Roger Goodell gets it right by not suspending Hernandez. It's not like he has been convicted beyond a reasonable doubt of killing someone. Aaron Hernandez is technically allowed to play in the NFL until his sentencing If theres one thing the commissioner has been consistent on, it is his..." March 28

  • Aaron Hernandez's Fiancee -- He Told Me He Didn't Kill Odin Lloyd

    TMZ "Aaron Hernandez's fiancee just told the court that she asked the ex-Patriots star point blank if he murdered Odin Lloyd -- and he denied the whole thing. Shayanna Jenkins took the stand in Aaron's murder case moments ago and was asked if she ever discussed Lloyd's death with him. " March 27

  • Bomb threat at Aaron Hernandez murder trial prompts evacuation

    Sporting News "A bomb threat has prompted an evacuation of the Massachusetts courthouse where the murder trial of former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is ongoing. The threat was called in during testimony Thursday afternoon, according to reporters on the scene. The Bristol County Courthouse in Fall River,..." March 26

  • Fiancee of Aaron Hernandez to be called to testify Friday

    CBS Sports "The fiancee of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will be called to testify in the former player's murder trial Friday, the Associated Press reports. Shayanna Jenkins, who has been in a relationship with Hernandez since high school and is the mother of his 2-year-old daughter, was..." March 26

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