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(Stabley Times)   Did the Patriots already know about the earlier Aaron Hernandez murders when they signed Tim Tebow?   (stableytimes.com) divider line 85
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2013-06-28 10:57:39 AM
The funny thing about most Patriot conspiracy theories is that even if they're far-fetched, there's always the air of plausibility surrounding them.
 
2013-06-28 10:58:51 AM
If they did, then Massachusetts should investigate them for aiding and abetting.
 
2013-06-28 11:05:46 AM
I'm just asking questions here.

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2013-06-28 11:14:16 AM
Wow, I was joking people:
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-28 11:19:15 AM
Because with that advance knowledge of course they would sign someone who's never played that position and has been utterly unproductive at the NFL level, as opposed to making a move for a free agent tight end earlier in the offseason. That makes tons of sense.
 
2013-06-28 11:34:13 AM
No, but Tebow did.
 
2013-06-28 11:45:13 AM

kronicfeld: Because with that advance knowledge of course they would sign someone who's never played that position and has been utterly unproductive at the NFL level, as opposed to making a move for a free agent tight end earlier in the offseason. That makes tons of sense.


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2013-06-28 12:01:45 PM
Well as a Quarterback Tebow sucks but I could see him as a Tight end
 
2013-06-28 12:37:00 PM
I have a feeling they've known for a year now that there was some question as to where Hernandez's head's been at and they probably signed Tebow to play TE and were gonna let Hernandez go soon.

So while I doubt they knew he actually was part of murders somewhere, I have no doubt that they were starting to see the writing on the wall that he may be slipping back into his old ways and they were going to part with him soon.
 
2013-06-28 12:43:32 PM
Should the stabbey times be promoting murder conspiracy theories?

/What?  Oh.  Stabley.  Never mind.
 
2013-06-28 12:49:25 PM
Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.
 
2013-06-28 12:51:04 PM

somedude210: I have a feeling they've known for a year now that there was some question as to where Hernandez's head's been at and they probably signed Tebow to play TE and were gonna let Hernandez go soon.

So while I doubt they knew he actually was part of murders somewhere, I have no doubt that they were starting to see the writing on the wall that he may be slipping back into his old ways and they were going to part with him soon.


Yeah, I'll go in for team security reported that he was still hanging out with dirtbags from home and such, but the Hoodie having to make moves because "Brick KILLED a guy!"...I don't think so, lol.
 
2013-06-28 12:53:52 PM
If the Pats knew, nothing will be done.
 
2013-06-28 12:54:17 PM

blottoman: Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.


DOWNVOTE
unfunny, overplayed obvious joke.. renounce your Fark login.. rookie.

ps:
Hernandez is a beast, he's not a taker. He's also dumb as a stump and dear god.. what a mess.
 
2013-06-28 12:54:31 PM
The Patriot Waytm.
 
2013-06-28 12:54:51 PM

I_Am_Weasel: Should the stabbey times be promoting murder conspiracy theories?

/What?  Oh.  Stabley.  Never mind.


Haha, I read it as Stabbey Times too - which makes it much funnier.

/except for the murder part
 
2013-06-28 12:54:54 PM

blottoman: Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.


never gets old right
 
2013-06-28 12:57:01 PM
romylikes.me
 
2013-06-28 12:57:17 PM
Funniest thing I saw on twitter this morning was "can we just start counting the people Hernandez didn't murder?"

/slow day on twitter
 
2013-06-28 12:59:03 PM
Couldn't possibly have had anything to do with Gronk having four surgeries during the offseason, right Stabby Times?
 
2013-06-28 12:59:50 PM
As I said in another thread, I'd have a hard time believing the Patriots didn't have an arsenal of information on Hernandez that they obtained, and then maintained, upon drafting and retaining him. Anything you need to know about his background is only a few hours' drive from Patriots HQ.

Considering they offered him a lucrative extension, they obviously didn't know enough, or thought he at least wouldn't ACTUALLY kill a guy (or two, or three...)
 
2013-06-28 01:03:03 PM
It seems Clue Club solved the crime

www.redtienda.net
 
2013-06-28 01:04:28 PM
Dr.Knockboots:

ps:
Hernandez is a beast, he's not a taker. He's also dumb as a stump and dear god.. what a mess.


Oh, he'll be a taker all right. Just ask Tiny.
 
2013-06-28 01:04:52 PM

shlabotnik: I_Am_Weasel: Should the stabbey times be promoting murder conspiracy theories?

/What?  Oh.  Stabley.  Never mind.

Haha, I read it as Stabbey Times too - which makes it much funnier.

/except for the murder part


yeah me too. i was like shouldnt they be covering the red sox/ yankee fan incident?
 
2013-06-28 01:05:45 PM

Killer Cars: As I said in another thread, I'd have a hard time believing the Patriots didn't have an arsenal of information on Hernandez that they obtained, and then maintained, upon drafting and retaining him. Anything you need to know about his background is only a few hours' drive from Patriots HQ.

Considering they offered him a lucrative extension, they obviously didn't know enough, or thought he at least wouldn't ACTUALLY kill a guy (or two, or three...)


the simplest answer is likely that they knew he was a ticking timebomb but didn't know what specifically he was doing, lots of teams plan around guys they think are unreliable or could become unreliable - you know ever hear about it when it has to do with quarterbacks tho
 
2013-06-28 01:07:59 PM
There are like six free agent TEs on the market including Dallas Clark.  Why would you want some guy who has never played the position to do it?
 
2013-06-28 01:08:11 PM

somedude210: I have a feeling they've known for a year now that there was some question as to where Hernandez's head's been at and they probably signed Tebow to play TE and were gonna let Hernandez go soon.

So while I doubt they knew he actually was part of murders somewhere, I have no doubt that they were starting to see the writing on the wall that he may be slipping back into his old ways and they were going to part with him soon.



I bet they signed him to a 5-year $40 million contract with a $2.5 million "failure to perform" clause this fall so no one got serspishus
 
2013-06-28 01:09:07 PM
Based on how quickly they cut him I do suspect they knew he was involved in some shady shiat and were ready to pull the trigger the moment he was arrested.
 
2013-06-28 01:09:57 PM
They didn't know.

But Paterno did.
 
2013-06-28 01:10:22 PM
What.
 
2013-06-28 01:10:37 PM

lilbjorn: Couldn't possibly have had anything to do with Gronk having four surgeries during the offseason, right Stabby Times?


That's exactly why the Pats bought Tebow. Because while I know it would be wrong, and you probably know it would be wrong, does Bill Belichick know it would be wrong to strip Tebow for parts to repair his Gronkenstein?
 
2013-06-28 01:10:39 PM

AdamK: Killer Cars: As I said in another thread, I'd have a hard time believing the Patriots didn't have an arsenal of information on Hernandez that they obtained, and then maintained, upon drafting and retaining him. Anything you need to know about his background is only a few hours' drive from Patriots HQ.

Considering they offered him a lucrative extension, they obviously didn't know enough, or thought he at least wouldn't ACTUALLY kill a guy (or two, or three...)

the simplest answer is likely that they knew he was a ticking timebomb but didn't know what specifically he was doing, lots of teams plan around guys they think are unreliable or could become unreliable - you know ever hear about it when it has to do with quarterbacks tho


They probably should have structured his contract in a way that didn't involve very few options to get out of the $3.25M he is owed by virtue of being cut.
 
2013-06-28 01:11:31 PM

blottoman: Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.


Goes to jail a 1%er. Comes out of jail feet first.
 
2013-06-28 01:12:40 PM
 
2013-06-28 01:13:23 PM
Not only did they know about the murders, Bellichick had them videotaped. And yes, on the tapes you can see Hernandez tebowing over the bodies, foreshadowing the signing. But here's the real story: both of the victims were former members of the FSB and KGB. So now what do you think about Putin having that superbowl ring? Don't expect to hear any of this on ESPN. The liberal sports media is a joke.
 
2013-06-28 01:13:44 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: blottoman: Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.

Goes to jail a 1%er. Comes out of jail feet first.


Goes to jail a Patriot. Leaves jail a Raider.
 
2013-06-28 01:18:43 PM

Killer Cars: As I said in another thread, I'd have a hard time believing the Patriots didn't have an arsenal of information on Hernandez that they obtained, and then maintained, upon drafting and retaining him. Anything you need to know about his background is only a few hours' drive from Patriots HQ.


They did what every team does when they draft a risky player.

- Listen to him say that he was immature, but is super into football
- Tell him to prove it on the field
- Find out he's got a temper and not into camaraderie
- Find out he's literally too stupid to operate a VCR


He didn't get suspended for drug use and he produced on the field, so the Pats rewarded him with a contract.  Just because Hernandez rewarded himself by getting in increasingly violent confrontations at strip clubs and bars, doesn't mean the Pats should have known any more about Hernandez the person.  I'm not a Patriots fan, but NFL teams aren't crossing the country getting intel on all of their players.
 
2013-06-28 01:19:55 PM
I'm familiar with the area where the earlier murders took place because I grew up in the neighborhood right at that intersection. It's always been a sketcky area with lots of crimes and shootings. So when I heard about that drive by shooting in 2012, I figured it was business as usual for that area. Between the bad neighborhood and and the hip hop/night clubs on Tremont Street in the Theater District, there was always something happening there. I guess the area made Hernandez feel like he was back home in Connecticut.
 
2013-06-28 01:22:45 PM
Would the Patriots knowingly covering up murders be on par with Penn State knowingly covering up for Sandusky's actions?
 
2013-06-28 01:22:50 PM

AdamK: the simplest answer is likely that they knew he was a ticking timebomb but didn't know what specifically he was doing, lots of teams plan around guys they think are unreliable or could become unreliable - you know ever hear about it when it has to do with quarterbacks tho


You'd think that if they felt he was a ticking timebomb that they might have signed him to contract more favorable to the team.  The simplest answer is that he was producing and believed him when he said that he was growing up and settling down.
 
2013-06-28 01:25:14 PM

rickythepenguin: The Patriot Waytm.


Destroying video evidence?
 
2013-06-28 01:26:55 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: blottoman: Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.

Goes to jail a 1%er. Comes out of jail feet first.


Im pretty sure he can beat up most potential cellmates.
 
2013-06-28 01:30:51 PM
What I find really funny are all the people making jokes about him going to jail and getting raped. Looking at it logically, the guy is a monster of a man physically and he most likely has a gang affiliation. And he probably has killed a few people. Somehow I dont think he is going to be anyones prison biatch.
 
2013-06-28 01:31:58 PM

I sound fat: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: blottoman: Goes to jail a tight end. Leaves jail a wide receiver.

Goes to jail a 1%er. Comes out of jail feet first.

Im pretty sure he can beat up most potential cellmates.


Probably so, but he's not gonna get early release for it.
 
2013-06-28 01:33:24 PM
I like how

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2013-06-28 01:35:46 PM

BSABSVR: I'm not a Patriots fan, but NFL teams aren't crossing the country getting intel on all of their players.


They didn't need to. Hartford's suburbs are pretty close to Boston. Plus, the Patriots compared to most teams are a bit maniacal about their "brand". It makes little sense to me that an organization like them would be that laissez-faire when all it would take is to ask one team employee to drive to New Britain or wherever he's from and spend a couple hours talking to a couple former teachers at his HS, which from the sounds of it would've been more than enough to be like "okay, here are the red flags...".

I'm sure they did all that work, but like you said, he was producing on the field and on a very thin surface keeping his nose clean, so they offered him a new contract.
 
2013-06-28 01:38:23 PM

SearchN: What I find really funny are all the people making jokes about him going to jail and getting raped. Looking at it logically, the guy is a monster of a man physically and he most likely has a gang affiliation. And he probably has killed a few people. Somehow I dont think he is going to be anyones prison biatch.


There's your problem.
 
2013-06-28 01:49:13 PM
Wow, we've reached peak concern troll.
 
2013-06-28 01:54:17 PM

LesserEvil: I like how

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Those are all filled with ads if you're not running AdBlock.
 
2013-06-28 01:54:29 PM

Killer Cars: BSABSVR: I'm not a Patriots fan, but NFL teams aren't crossing the country getting intel on all of their players.

They didn't need to. Hartford's suburbs are pretty close to Boston. Plus, the Patriots compared to most teams are a bit maniacal about their "brand". It makes little sense to me that an organization like them would be that laissez-faire when all it would take is to ask one team employee to drive to New Britain or wherever he's from and spend a couple hours talking to a couple former teachers at his HS, which from the sounds of it would've been more than enough to be like "okay, here are the red flags...".

I'm sure they did all that work, but like you said, he was producing on the field and on a very thin surface keeping his nose clean, so they offered him a new contract.




How does that conversation go.

Pats: how was Aaron in art class, did his drawings indicate he is a sociopath? When he forgot his homework 2 days in a row did you think that he was just goofing off or was it signs of a serial killer vibe.

Teachers:...


Plenty of NFL players have issues, they are predominantly young black males from lower income households and in some ways they are being assessed like slaves. Having a good or bad background doesn't affect your 40 time.
 
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