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    Aaron Hernandez ... WTF

    "He groaned when we hung the rope over the tree but was relieved to see the white pinata."
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    Yep, not smart. He has a history of not making very smart decisions off the field. On a personal note, I need to drop him from my fantasy football league now as he was one of my keepers.

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    I saw that this morning and had pretty much the same response.



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    I know we just met and this is crazy....

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    Aaron Hernandez ... WTF

    He's toast...and should be from the sound of it.

    Pats strength was tight ends and slots....now?

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    u of f

    has a history of players going way waaay beyond...on the one hand.

    on the other, i doubt that anyone, even an alumnus of blockhead u, would be stupid enough to try to kill somebody then just drive home and start destroying syht. he probably knows something, but if the cops havent knocked him yet, i doubt if its gonna be for pulling a trigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len J View Post
    He's toast...and should be from the sound of it.

    Pats strength was tight ends and slots....now?

    Len
    Yup. They're fvcked.
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    Obviously you're forgetting that they have Tebow, he'll find a way to win

    Quote Originally Posted by Len J View Post
    He's toast...and should be from the sound of it.

    Pats strength was tight ends and slots....now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOky View Post
    Obviously you're forgetting that they have Tebow, he'll find a way to win
    wow...imagine that

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    Aaron Hernandez ... WTF

    Quote Originally Posted by easyridernyc View Post
    u of f

    has a history of players going way waaay beyond...on the one hand.

    on the other, i doubt that anyone, even an alumnus of blockhead u, would be stupid enough to try to kill somebody then just drive home and start destroying syht. he probably knows something, but if the cops havent knocked him yet, i doubt if its gonna be for pulling a trigger
    At a minimum it sounds like they have him for obstruction and conspiracy. I think the cops are being professional and methodical. They know he is not going anywhere.

    I wouldn't be so sure.

    It will be interesting to see who rolls first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len J View Post
    He's toast...and should be from the sound of it.

    Pats strength was tight ends and slots....now?

    Len
    Tebow.
    I know we just met and this is crazy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyridernyc View Post
    on the other, i doubt that anyone, even an alumnus of blockhead u, would be stupid enough to try to kill somebody then just drive home and start destroying syht. he probably knows something, but if the cops havent knocked him yet, i doubt if its gonna be for pulling a trigger
    It's Ray Lewis all over again.

    My guess is one of his "boys" killed the dude and now he's trying to protect him.

    But then again, these things are doing are so blatant (giving cops a shattered phone, hiring a cleanup crew, destroying home surveillance system) that maybe he pulled the trigger himself. Or at least helped dispose of the body.
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    You were keeping a back up tight end? How many keepers does your league have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by majbuzz View Post
    Yep, not smart. He has a history of not making very smart decisions off the field. On a personal note, I need to drop him from my fantasy football league now as he was one of my keepers.
    Not only did I have Hernandez on my fantasy team last season, I also had Titus Young! Leave it to me to pick the 2 players who would run into big-time trouble with the law. In case you're wondering who gets arrested a year from now, I'll send you my team's roster for the upcoming season.

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    Very sad. I really hope it's not true - everything is just media reports - but if it is true it's pretty damming.
    Ride more, whine less - HTFU.

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    Aaron Hernandez ... WTF

    He has a history that isn't very flattering.

    What the cops think and what they can prove isn't always the same.

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    In case you're wondering who gets arrested a year from now, I'll send you my team's roster for the upcoming season.[/QUOTE]

    You have a deal, and I will do the same. Couple of years ago I had Plaxico Burress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylint View Post
    Tebow.
    Are you suggesting Tebow set him up so that he could move up the TE depth chart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrRoebuck View Post
    Yup. They're fvcked.
    And as a Dolphins fan, I could not be happier!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBT View Post
    Are you suggesting Tebow set him up so that he could move up the TE depth chart?
    Nah,the poor guy was shot, not struck by lightning...
    Ride more, whine less - HTFU.

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    I know, now I might have to go after a TE really early. Everyone will be after jimmy graham now.

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    Tebow is big enough to be a tight end. It was were he was probably heading anyway. Receivers who have been quarterbacks know the offense and can read the defense to get open. Win-win.

    The stupidity of professional athletes is amazing. They live in a fantasy world because they've been shielded from reality for so long. Someone always cleaned up their mess because they could play football so well.
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    Aaron Hernandez ... WTF

    Quote Originally Posted by bigbill View Post
    Tebow is big enough to be a tight end. It was were he was probably heading anyway. Receivers who have been quarterbacks know the offense and can read the defense to get open. Win-win.

    The stupidity of professional athletes is amazing. They live in a fantasy world because they've been shielded from reality for so long. Someone always cleaned up their mess because they could play football so well.
    Does anyone know if tebow can catch in traffic? He's never done it.

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    He also isn't the best at reading defenses.

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    good thing he destroyed that cell phone. now there is no way to track who he called or when he called them. phew. very smart move on his part. he is Teflon now.

    len: tebow might catch better in traffic than he throws in traffic.

    wtf happened to the pats this offseason? I know the season hasn't started, but it already looks bad. yeah, brady is still upright for the time being, but who is he gonna throw to? who is gonna run the ball? this will be a challenge for bb, but he loves that.
    maybe its all prep to tank the season and get the first pick in the draft next year.
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    Or how about blocking? That is what sets a good tight end apart from a fat receiver.
    Cyclists really need to learn a little Rule #5.

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