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(Boston.com)   Good news Cincinnati fans. The Patriots have cut Aaron Hernandez   (boston.com) divider line 12
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2013-06-26 12:32:08 PM  
*slap*
 
2013-06-26 12:32:10 PM  
I was expecting something more like "Tight end to become wide receiver".

I suppose it's been done to death.
 
2013-06-26 12:34:47 PM  
Come on, he'll end up in Oakland.  Much more accessible gang activity there.
 
2013-06-26 12:36:56 PM  

rwfan: I was expecting something more like "Tight end to become wide receiver".

I suppose it's been done to death.


Hernandez is a big enough guy with connections that I don't think he's going to become anyone's wide receiver unless he wants to be.
 
2013-06-26 12:39:24 PM  
Innocent until proven guilty?
 
2013-06-26 12:41:31 PM  

Kyosuke: Innocent until proven guilty?



I think that's only applicable in  of law, not professional sports but I could be wrong. Especially when his contract had a clause built in that he could be released and not paid for things of this nature, whether guilty or not in court.
 
2013-06-26 12:42:10 PM  

rudemix: Kyosuke: Innocent until proven guilty?


I think that's only applicable in a court of law, not professional sports but I could be wrong. Especially when his contract had a clause built in that he could be released and not paid for things of this nature, whether guilty or not in court.



FTFM
 
2013-06-26 12:42:14 PM  

Killer Cars: rwfan: I was expecting something more like "Tight end to become wide receiver".

I suppose it's been done to death.

Hernandez is a big enough guy with connections that I don't think he's going to become anyone's wide receiver unless he wants to be.


That's one of the funny things about all the rape fantasies that these incarceration cheerleaders have.  Many of the sickest people they want to see raped go on to become the predators, not the prey.
 
2013-06-26 12:43:24 PM  

Kyosuke: Innocent until proven guilty?


In the court of law, yes. Not the in the court of public opinion, and right now the public opinion is telling the Pats to drop him and be done wtih it.
 
2013-06-26 12:47:19 PM  
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2013-06-26 12:50:40 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Kyosuke: Innocent until proven guilty?

In the court of law, yes. Not the in the court of public opinion, and right now the public opinion is telling the Pats to drop him and be done wtih it.


I doubt in this case the Patriots really care what the court of public opinion thinks. Belichick & Co I'm sure had an entire file cabinet of "info" on the guy by the day they drafted him and who knows the extent of "if you dare f*ck up JUST ONCE..." conversations they had with him.
 
2013-06-26 01:06:25 PM  

rudemix: Kyosuke: Innocent until proven guilty?

I think that's only applicable in a court of law, not professional sports but I could be wrong. Especially when his contract had a clause built in that he could be released and not paid for things of this nature, whether guilty or not in court.


Nailed it. Just because he is presumed innocent by the legal system means nothing to his team obligations. This is part of the "conduct detrimental" clause in most sports contracts. Being arrested can be (and often is) considered detrimental conduct.

This is very similar to the "free speech" nutjobs that think because they have a LEGAL right to say what they want, they also have a social freedom from public consequence (Dixie Chicks, HW Jr., Todd Akin, etc.).
 
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