The cheating scumbags up in Foxboro are trying to cleanse themselves from the stench aka, the "Patriot Way."
Pats offering free exchanges on Hernandez jerseys
Posted by Darin Gantt on June 28, 2013, 3:35 PM EDT
Not only are the Patriots no longer selling Aaron Hernandez jerseys. They’re offering to take yours back if you bought one before he was arrested for murder.
The team announced they would exchange any Hernandez jerseys purchased from the team store or online for “a new Patriots jersey of comparable value.” The exchange policy has a number of provisions, and is only good during the weekend of July 6-7.
“We know that children love wearing their Patriots jerseys, but may not understand why parents don’t want them wearing their Hernandez jerseys anymore,” team spokesperson Stacey James said. “We hope this opportunity to exchange those jerseys at the Patriots ProShop for another player’s jersey will be well received by parents.”
The league has already scrubbed his stats off their website, and anything the Patriots can do to make anyone forget they were ever a part of this, they’re going to do.
The offer only applies to in-stock merchandise, and not custom orders, so if you want to trade in for a Tim Tebow, we’d advise getting there early.
In other news, the patriots have offered to give back 100 yards of offense to every defense they faced in the spy gate era.
How many of us think that Woody would have done the same thing?
The jersey thing is great. Scrubbing his stats and existance from their website is ridiculous. I don't doubt Woody would have done the same, and he would have been pasted all over the news for being an idiot trying to erase a bad decision and cjhalk it up to the Jets not caring about character or having no class. Nevermind the fact we have the 2nd least amount of player arrests in the last 13 years, less than both the Pats AND Giants. Trust me, if this happened to the Jets no matter what they did it would be wrong. But since it's the Pats*, everything they do illicits responses of "class" and "Patriot way".