I hear AH may lose his Smith & Wesson endorsement next.
This has been a really good two weeks or so.for the loyal and passionate Jet fans here at the great JI and everywhere.
Minicamp and getting to see the beginning of the nice foundation of younger faster talent John Idzik and Rex are building
And then watching Satanchick's evil empire and phony Patriot Way bs in Sucksboro begin its final crumbling with 1) signing up the Tebow and his braindead cult of followers 2) bimbo chasing Kraft indian giving the tainted stolen ring he gifted to Putin 3) Gronkjuicesky back in the OR for back surgery, his fourth or maybe fifth operation in just this off-season and 4) Murderer81 about to be hauled in in handcuffs and shackles and a Rae Carruth-like ending to his football career
All good and probably getting better. ..Stay tuned
When is Outside the Lines going to cover this? Bob Lea and co. can dedicate 30 minutes to bad sportsmanship in youth sports but apparently covering a murder by a thug from Bristol is not newsworthy for ESPN, a Kraft and Brady loving company based in Bristol.
I'm guessing driving across town to interview people who knew Hernandez when he was a 16 yr old gangbanger would just hurt the Pats brand too much.
The only felonies in Goodson case are on the driver and up in New England involving a MURDER by a Pats player.
Just googled outside the lines and Aaron Hernandez. No hits.
Are you going to need a padded room when, despite all this, the Pats still kick the crap out of us two times this year?
If I want to play ringmaster to your circus in this thread, I have every right to do so as a JI subscriber -- unlike you prick. Furthermore, thanks for the weather forecast. You know what you can do with it.....shove it up your ...!
Just so you know, I am getting great personal satisfaction by the AH story and will continue to post. Here's hoping that gangbanging thug is arrested today...slow news and sports day....so it gets maximum media coverage. Let the world see "the Patriot Way."
P.S. Besides game threads, the few AH threads have been the most I have posted. Must tell you how much I am enjoying the circus up in NE.
Hernandez on the other hand (following a significant negative history) appears to be headed to deep doodoo.
Search yields apparent “evidence bags” from Hernandez’s home
Posted by Mike Florio on June 23, 2013, 7:49 AM EDT
When police showed up at the home of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on Saturday, one possibility became that the authorities were executing the reported “paper” warrant for his arrest on obstruction of justice charges. It quickly became obvious that there were too many cops for something that simple.
As explained by the Boston Herald, the authorities engaged in a multi-hour search of the Hernandez property, scouring the house, cars, and even a “playhouse” (which some reporters described as a doghouse) on the lawn.
The search included multiple K-9 units and a locksmith. Per the Herald, police left with what appeared to be multiple evidence bags. FOX 25 in Boston described them as large brown bags, pegging the amount at “several.”
More than a dozen state police officers were on the Hernandez property for roughly four total hours.
The search arises from the murder of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd. Video evidence reportedly shows Lloyd and Hernandez together last Sunday night/Monday morning. On Monday afternoon, Lloyd’s body was found in an industrial park close to the Hernandez home.
Police reportedly believe Hernandez destroyed his cell phone and his surveillance system, which has led to reports he’ll be charged at a minimum with obstructing justice in a murder probe.
The NFL and the Patriots have remained quiet on the matter. Hernandez went to the team facility on Thursday, but he was asked to leave, reportedly due to concerns that his presence would spark a “media stakeout” at Patriots headquarters.