Two days before the April 19th suicide of Aaron Hernandez, the former star New England Patriots tight end who had been serving a life sentence for the murder of his friend Odin Lloyd, the investigative journalist Michele McPhee appeared on a Boston sports radio show. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots won the American Super Bowl in 2015 and again in 2017 - on both occasions the President invited the team to the White House for a celebration and photo opportunity. But as this photograph shows far fewer accepted Donald Trump's invitation compared to those who were keen to meet President Obama. Show More Summary
1 of 5 | NEXT » The New England Patriots had to wait around until the third-round of the 2017 NFL Draft to make their first pick and ended up with a total of four selections (the smallest draft class in franchise history), but in true Bill Belichick-fashion they still managed to come away with exactly what they needed. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots keep Garoppolo, Butler, add players on both sides of line
The Patriots dropped 33 spots in the draft order to pick up tight end James O’Shaughnessy from the Chiefs. Minutes before the third day of the 2017 NFL Draft was set to begin, the New England Patriots traded with the Kansas City Chiefs...Show More Summary
The New England Patriots waited until the third round of the NFL draft to make their first pick, and they used it to take Youngstown State pass-rusher Derek Rivers
New England picked up defensive end Derek Rivers out of Youngstown State and Antonio Garcia of Troy
Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots player who died in prison where he was serving a life sentence for murder, will be the subject of a new nonfiction book written by best-selling author James Patterson. The 70-year-old’s publisher Little, Brown and Co. confirmed the news to the Associated Press on Thursday, just more than a […]
Aaron Hernandez’s family is demanding that the officials who leaked information about his death be fired. A number of information about the death of the former New England Patriots tight were false, but it reportedly came from the officials. “Individuals within the government who are leaking such...
The estate of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, who died in prison last week while serving a life sentence for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd, has a value of $0.00, according to court documents. The disclosure of the estateShow More Summary
The 2017 NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday night, with teams slated to select star players who will enhance their squad's chances of going the distance next season. Read more...
News continues to come out following the surprising prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez. This time, it’s a non-official report that the former New England Patriot had synthetic weed, known as K2, in his system following an analysis of his kidneys in an autopsy. Strangely, the medical examiner’s office is calling it a “rumor,” which isn’t […]
The New England Patriots take zero days off under head coach Bill Belichick and that includes the day before the 2017 NFL Draft. New England hosted free-agents Dan Skuta and Brandon Fusco at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday. Both players would add experience the Patriots have been searching for at their respective positions. Show More Summary
The rest of the NFL has been taking a closer look at how Bill Belichick and Co. have constructed the New England Patriots' roster, especially via the draft
It's been one week since former New England Patriots tight end and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his cell at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Lancaster, Massachusetts. While certain key questions about Hernandez's...Show More Summary
Why He’s Earned Our Notice: Tom Brady is a record-breaking quarterback for the New England Patriots. He’s one of only two players to win five Super Bowls, the only player to win all five on the same team, and the only player to do so while playing quarterback. In his 15 seasons with the Patriots, Brady […]
A former New York Post writer is claiming that the paper's owner, Rupert Murdoch, personally killed a story which explored New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's ties to gambling — a taboo subject for the NFL.
Boston University researchers will study the former New England Patriots player’s brain for signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
The former New England Patriot hanged himself last week in a maximum security state prison.
The 12 jurors who acquitted Aaron Hernandez, 27, of double homicide charges were invited to the former New England Patriot tight end’s funeral, which was held on Monday in his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut, according to the Boston...Show More Summary