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PFT on NBCSN: All the latest on Aaron Hernandez

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One story is dominating the NFL on Wednesday and that story is going to be our focus for the entire hour of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN.

Aaron Hernandez was arrested at his home on Wednesday morning and arraigned on a murder charge in North Attleboro, Massachusetts in the afternoon for his role in the killing of Odin Lloyd. Hernandez is being held in prison without bail pending the next round of developments in a case that is sure to continue to be a big story in the days, weeks and months to come.

In between his arrest and arraignment, Hernandez was released by the Patriots and his once-bright professional career has dimmed to total darkness. We’ll be discussing all aspects of Hernandez’s arrest over the course of the hour on Wednesday afternoon, although we’ll probably need a bit more than an hour to touch on everything there is to talk about a day like few others in the history of the league.

It all gets started at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN.

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13 Responses to “PFT on NBCSN: All the latest on Aaron Hernandez”
  1. jburrell4 says: Jun 26, 2013 4:35 PM

    When keepin’ it real goes wrong….

  2. jebdamone says: Jun 26, 2013 4:39 PM

    in hindsight the Pats were probably the worst team that could have drafted Hernandez if he grew up in Conn. seems like the kid needed to get away from home, not surrounded by it. not to say that he wouldn’t have gotten into trouble had he gone somewhere else, but being in NE sure had to make it a lot easier to stay in contact with all his bad influences.

  3. Distinguished Male says: Jun 26, 2013 4:40 PM

    Newsflash to media: this case is not the next OJ. Quit trying to make this the next OJ.

    Man, offseason sucks

  4. steelbloggin says: Jun 26, 2013 4:47 PM

    Distinguished Male says: Jun 26, 2013 4:40 PM

    Newsflash to media: this case is not the next OJ. Quit trying to make this the next OJ.

    —————————————————————-

    It’s not the same, your right, imagine if social media had been around back then. In either case, it’s still murder coupled with blatant attempts to obstruct justice.

  5. bmorehomeofthewire says: Jun 26, 2013 4:53 PM

    BETTER PATS THAN RAVENS, RAVENS TOOK DENNIS PITTA CAUSE HERNANDEZ WAS TAKEN BYE NEW ENGLAND.. FUNNY HOW THINGS HAVE A WAY OF WORKING THEMSELVES OUT!!!

  6. petedutcherjr says: Jun 26, 2013 4:54 PM

    Social media WAS around for OJ…I know because I designed a bunch of websites for social media.

  7. petedutcherjr says: Jun 26, 2013 4:57 PM

    The only irreplaceable player on the Pats is Brady.

    But then, the same was said of the guy he replaced as well.

  8. si1m says: Jun 26, 2013 5:04 PM

    Classiest organization in the NFL right fellas? Fellas?

  9. pdkknelson says: Jun 26, 2013 5:05 PM

    I heard his new cellmate loves a good tight end.

  10. gallogj says: Jun 26, 2013 5:31 PM

    It’s a shame that the police caught him before he can perform a Jovan Belcher on himself.

  11. msstiller58 says: Jun 26, 2013 5:39 PM

    I was surprised, and guess I shouldn’t have been, that Hernandez seemed very disconnected in the courtroom….like let’s get this over with. Did he seem like that to anyone else?

    I’m sorry for the Patriots team that this happened. Really, it could have been any of the other 31 teams. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t root for the Pats.

    It’s terribly sad when you look at this from the victim’s family’s view. They lost their son, brother, etc to someone who was supposed to be his friend but shot him and left him to die in some weeds, like an animal that had been hit by a car.

    I don’t mean to compliment Florio but he does a good job on TV. I remember when he got all dressed up in his suit to record his PFT when there were on 20 of us watching and reading. ;)

  12. tformation says: Jun 26, 2013 7:00 PM

    Hey! He figured out his arms go in the sleeve holes! Good job, Aaron!

  13. bobnelsonjr says: Jun 26, 2013 7:22 PM

    There is hope.

    Just look at Rae Carruth who is 39 and planning his comeback.

    if he cannot get back into the NFL., Rae will be speaking at urban high schools and annually at the rookie symposium as a motivational speaker. He has a wonderful career ahead with his “street cred.”

    Expect him to be speaking to women’s groups all around the country on their issues and how to use a vehicle trunk as a meditation chamber.

    Look for Hernandez to do in similar fashion right a book on making and keeping friends, how the 2nd amendment ruined his life, and the intricacies of “keeping it real.”

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