Report: Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to Be Arrested in Connection to Murder

Jan 31, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez during media day in preparation for Super Bowl XLVI against the New York Giants at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

It just went from bad to worse for New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. After being considered a suspect in the murder of Odin Lloyd. There have been reports that Hernandez was directly tied to the murder after he was seen with the victim the night of the murder in a car with three other men. Only three of those men returned to Hernandez’s home that night and Lloyd was not one of them.

There are reports that the murder was drug related, but nothing is certain at this point.

All that we know is Hernandez is apparently a prime suspect and he could soon be taken in to police custody.

That certainly isn’t the Patriot way.

It’s troubling news for the tight end, but there are still plenty of details that remain to be undiscovered.

While Hernandez could be arrested for the murder and the details are damning, it is important to remember that he is innocent until proven guilty.

We will continue to keep you updated as more information emerges.

Topics: Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots

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  • Pats are a joke

    Not the Patriot way? This is absolutely the Patriot way. Hernandez is just another one of Belicheat’s thugs.

    • dicky dicky ballsack

      Douche alert! We have a douche here!

      Seriously, dude, don’t hate the pats for winning so much. You’re like the ugly girl who hates anyone who’s good looking. Don’t be a butthole, gary.

  • dicky dicky ballsack

    Given that he’s mexican, I’m surprised he didn’t cut the guy’s head off and dissolve his body in acid.

  • JediChris816

    Innocent until proven guilty? Really? Why are “innocent” people arrested? So why do “innocent” people go to jail? More like guilty until proven innocent.

    Typical fucking American justice system.

  • Danny Delouize

    Should have kept Welker

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