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(Sports Illustrated)   MA Police search the home Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in connection with homicide investigation. While the player is not a suspect at this time, team officials are preparing a trade with the Bengals just in case   (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) divider line 3
    More: Interesting, Aaron Hernandez, Patriots, Chevrolet Suburban, Massachusetts State Police, Bengals, Foxboro, North Attleboro  
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2013-06-19 04:05:57 PM  
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Hernandez should talk to Dick Cheney's people. Maybe he can get an apology out of this.
2013-06-19 02:01:52 PM  
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This is clear proof that everyone who plays for the Patriots is a criminal, the front office assists in cover ups, & their fans endorse this bad behavior. Forever.
2013-06-19 01:08:12 AM  
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Bucky Katt: Excuse me, sir, but could I trouble you for a spare "of"?


"MA search the home Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez"

no, they said it right, when he get house arrest for killing someone, he will only be able to play in Foxborough, so he will only be used in their home games, therefore he will be the "home TE" for the Pats.
 
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