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LLCOOLSTEVE 28-06-2013 12:00 AM

Wow doesn't sound good for the 2012 incident for him

Funk Butter 28-06-2013 12:19 AM

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Originally Posted by LLCOOLSTEVE (Post 11130537)
Wow doesn't sound good for the 2012 incident for him

And the shooting incident at Florida he was questioned about. I'm not sure what to think, Bristol, CT isn't exactly a hub of criminal activity. Has he been "playing" hard this whole time, or is he just that type of person. I guess we'll have our answer when this trial goes ahead.

LLCOOLSTEVE 28-06-2013 12:35 AM

Where was he the nights Tupac and BIG were killed?

Funk Butter 28-06-2013 12:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Funk Butter (Post 11120781)
Getting down to the meat of the Top 100 show.


So the Top 10 is Peterson, Rodgers, Peyton, Megatron, JJ Watt, Brady, Willis, Aldon Smith, Foster and Von Miller.

So, just for kicks let me see if I can guess how the list will turn out in about an hour. (Not what I think it should be)
  1. Peterson
  2. Rodgers
  3. Megatron
  4. Manning
  5. Watt
  6. Miller
  7. Brady
  8. Willis
  9. Foster
  10. Smith

SteveyHawking 28-06-2013 01:05 AM

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Originally Posted by pauldrulez (Post 11129899)
Investigated for a separate double murder now...

Something I noticed (may have been mentioned elsewhere?)

Hernandez has a tattoo saying "blood" on his hand. It wasn't there a couple of years ago.

I actually think the man is involved in everything. Guns. Drugs. Gangs. Murders.

He thought he was untouchable.

http://larrybrownsports.com/wp-conte...ood-tattoo.jpg

Swanny32 28-06-2013 06:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Funk Butter (Post 11130625)
So, just for kicks let me see if I can guess how the list will turn out in about an hour. (Not what I think it should be)
  1. Peterson
  2. Rodgers
  3. Megatron
  4. Manning
  5. Watt
  6. Miller
  7. Brady
  8. Willis
  9. Foster
  10. Smith

Three right by the looks of it. Not sure I entirely agree with the final top 10 but then that's what is so good about sport in general, everyone has an opinion.

Funk Butter 30-06-2013 05:28 PM

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Finally, both of the other men alleged to be involved in the Odin Lloyd shooting are in custody. The investigation now turns to finding the weapon used in the shooting. Buried within that Boston Globe article is an interesting blurb about Aaron Hernandez and his involvement with Alexander Bradley, the man now suing him for a separate shooting in Florida.

On the weekend between the AFC Championship Game (which New England lost to Baltimore) and the Super Bowl, Aaron Hernandez appeared on a police report with Alexander Bradley after a high speed chase. According to the police report, a Black Yukon SUV was stopped on a highway at 2:20 a.m. when a trooper pulled up, and the vehicle took off swerving violently. The chase down I-93 reached 105 miles per hour before the vehicle was finally pulled over.

Bradley, the man who was later allegedly shot in the eye by Hernandez, was the driver, and Hernandez was in the passenger seat. When the officer approached the vehicle, Hernandez reportedly yelled out, “Trooper, I’m Aaron Hernandez — it’s OK.”

Bradley was charged with drunk driving after then failing field sobriety tests.
Then a couple of weeks later her shot him. How did this story not leak out earlier?

saxoneagle 01-07-2013 12:56 PM

I've almost (finally) got to the end of Season 3 of Friday Night Lights. Great series, already have Season 4 downloaded and will get 5 soon to finish the set!

jazman 01-07-2013 01:29 PM

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Originally Posted by saxoneagle (Post 11135161)
I've almost (finally) got to the end of Season 3 of Friday Night Lights. Great series, already have Season 4 downloaded and will get 5 soon to finish the set!

I will be a little disapointed for it all to be over. Mid way through final series right now. It's been thoroughly enjoyable.

saxoneagle 01-07-2013 02:55 PM

I watch an episode whilst on the bike each morning, makes exercise easy as 40 minutes flies by!

jazman 01-07-2013 09:49 PM

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Originally Posted by saxoneagle (Post 11135387)
I watch an episode whilst on the bike each morning, makes exercise easy as 40 minutes flies by!

I was about to say how dangerous that is ... :)

saxoneagle 02-07-2013 09:27 AM

Finished season 3. I like the fact that as the season's have gone on, Mrs Taylor's tops seem to have gotten lower.

Good end to the season. Starting 4 tomorrow!

jazman 02-07-2013 01:40 PM

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Originally Posted by saxoneagle (Post 11137156)
Finished season 3. I like the fact that as the season's have gone on, Mrs Taylor's tops seem to have gotten lower.

I'm expecting her to be working in that strip joint by the end of the fifth series ... :o

saxoneagle 02-07-2013 02:53 PM

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Originally Posted by jazman (Post 11137706)
I'm expecting her to be working in that strip joint by the end of the fifth series ... :o

:lux: We can hope so!

Funk Butter 03-07-2013 12:34 AM

It just gets worse and/or weirder:
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Investigators in the Aaron Hernandez murder case were prepared to interview a Bristol man who was killed in an early Sunday car crash.

Multiple law enforcement sources said Thaddeus Singleton III, 33, was associated with Hernandez and of interest to investigators. Singleton was killed when the car he was driving flew off the road, split a pole in half and careened into Farmington Country Club. Police said the car was registered to Aaron Hernandez's uncle, who is Singleton's father-in-law.

His death was ruled an accident, and it is unclear whether he knew of investigators' interest in his connection to the former New England Patriot star tight end, a Bristol native.
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Shortly before the 2010 NFL Draft, a scouting service that prepares confidential psychological profiles of players for NFL teams found that Aaron Hernandez enjoyed "living on the edge of acceptable behavior" and cautioned that he could become "a problem" for his team.

On one personality test, Hernandez, who was arrested last week on murder and weapons charges, received the lowest possible score, 1 out of 10, in the category of "social maturity."
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Aaron Hernandez may have received a break in escaping serious and public punishment for allegedly punching a bar manager when he was a 17-year-old at the University of Florida. According to an incident report, Hernandez, who had yet to play a down for the Gators, got help from Florida coaches and staff and from a famous teammate: then-Florida quarterback Tim Tebow.

In the April 2007 incident, Hernandez allegedly punched bar manager Michael Taphorn so hard that his eardrum burst and police recommended felony battery charges, according to the official police report. The resolution of the case is unknown because the state attorney's office doesn't release information on juvenile crimes. But a more detailed incident investigation report consisting of several officers' interviews in the days after the incident sheds light on the matter.

Around 1 a.m. on April 28, 2007, Hernandez and Taphorn, a manager at The Swamp bar and restaurant near Florida's campus, argued over Hernandez's refusal to pay for two alcoholic drinks, according to the incident report. Tebow—who would win the Heisman Trophy about seven months later—witnessed the conflict and "went over to try to help resolve" it, according to the report.

An officer named N.S. Hallett followed up with a report dated May 14, 2007. "Taphorn did state that he has been contacted by legal staff and coaches with UF and that they are working on an agreement however nothing has been finalized," according to the report. "Taphorn stated that he may request that the charges be dropped. I advised him that if that was his final decision that he would have to contact the State Attorney's office."
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Police this spring responded to two domestic incidents at the Los Angeles-area residence of Aaron Hernandez, the star National Football League player arrested on murder and gun charges last week.

Police in Hermosa Beach, Calif., said Tuesday that both incidents occurred in a house near the beach. The first occurred on the night of March 25, when Hernandez and his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, got into an argument, police said. Jenkins said that there was no violence and that Hernandez, who had been drinking, said he punched a window "due to being mad about something else" and cut his wrist, according to police records.

Police responded to a second call at the same house on the night of April 2. A neighbor heard a man and woman yelling and things being thrown around, according to police records. Police arrived to intervene. Police records said the woman, Jenkins, was packing items and that the male, who wasn't named, had left the house and would return later. Jenkins couldn't be reached for comment.
At some point, somebody should have done this guy a favor by stopping cover up all these messes.

Funk Butter 03-07-2013 03:28 AM

I should probably stop posting Aaron Hernandez stuff, but this column is brilliant. http://deadspin.com/dear-columnists-...lshi-637957310

LLCOOLSTEVE 03-07-2013 07:43 PM

@AdamSchefter: ESPN's Outside The Lines is reporting Aaron Hernandez's role in a 2007 Florida shooting is being probed.

jazman 03-07-2013 08:13 PM

Should there not now be a thread of his own now? :)

Funk Butter 04-07-2013 05:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Funk Butter (Post 8497999)
I don't see it, he seems really stiff and slow to me to play OLB. Would have been happy to see Atlanta trade up to get Morgan or trade down. Or take Jerry Hughes. There's still a ton of defensive players out there that had great college careers that didn't please the scouts for whatever reason. Too bad the Falcons don't have a 2nd round pick.

Well, I guess I was wrong about Weatherspoon. And Derrick Morgan. And Jerry Hughes. Quite a 3rd round that year: Morgan Burnett, Emmanuel Sanders, Eric Decker, NaVorro Bowman, Jimmy Graham and to a lesser extent Ed Dickson, Brandon LaFell, Corey Peters, Jordan Shipley and Colt McCoy.

ardeo 04-07-2013 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Funk Butter (Post 11139185)
I should probably stop posting Aaron Hernandez stuff, but this column is brilliant. http://deadspin.com/dear-columnists-...lshi-637957310

Good article, especially as coaches are hailed as great when they help guys that have been in trouble sort themselves out and become model citizens.


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