Would that I had the prescience of some of the people on this board. It would be lottery here we come. But then again, I did pretty much know in August 2012 that Hernandez would be arrested for murder eleven months later. Can't figure how Kraft could have missed that.
He makes paper, not the macaroni and cheese you eat every night.
Oh he is one of the pricks who keeps the hemp industry from helping Americans earn a living without destroying the planet for profits. Splendid, he is a bigger prick than we thought. Im sure he also owns lots and lots of Big Pharma stock too along with his pulp company. No wonder him and Woody hold a mutual respect for one another. Woody hasnt hired a murderer must be the only difference, unless you are a Pats fan but i understand, i mean after spygate and not winning anything since then...must hurt to root for a team who has built themselves on illusions and media *******.
And i will eat macaroni and cheese as long as prick Kraft gets none of my grocery dollars.
[QUOTE=TKasper01;4923910]You are such an idiot. Kraft was duped. No one knew this crap about AH two weeks before he shot this kid. He had some questions in his background in college but had been a decent person since being drafted. He hid it pretty well from everyone. Makes him all the more evil in my opinion but you cannot go after Kraft for this. Kraft was a fan when the Pastriots sucked ass for all those years. With all that said I still hate the Pastriots almost as much as I hate the effin French.[/]
If Hernandez was half the talent he was do you think they would be saying he might be a bad apple? Kraft like many others are arrogant people who think they have this ability to tame the beast. They chose to look the other way. They have many staff members who can investigate what goes on outside the locker room.
These are excerpts from article written by Hector Longo from Lawrence Eagle Tribune:
As a sports writer on the beat, you attend events in and around Gillette Stadium with your eyes open. Many folks in my position, both with the team and not with them, may have chosen to put blinders on as Hernandez hung with young, gang-looking types.
Today, they go on air or in print and are stunned.
Call it stereotyping, maybe. But Hernandez’s crew struck fear in me — a feeling I’ve never, ever felt before in covering pro sports.
All the while, Hernandez wore an engaging smile.
This morning, I’m not surprised Aaron Hernandez is no longer a Patriot and is facing a murder charge.
Reports noted yesterday that police searches of the home found “several guns and weapons.” Not the murder weapon, just several others.
None registered. None legal. Not exactly the Patriot Way.
...Heck, all of New England raved over his creative “make it rain,” end zone celebrations — ignoring the fact that the basis of the action hails from gentlemen’s (strip) clubs. He was our guy, so it was OK.
Oh God. Mike Greenberg just tweeted.
Bob Kraft. #Respect.
What a little twerp.
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The Patriots had run a good organization, but it's all caught up to them, media wise, anyway. Mike Greenberg is a front runner, just like the majority of ESPN. Ask all the experts who will win? Patriots, Packers, etc. When the Ravens win "I chose the Ravens on show X".
ESPN is a business, not an impartial organization. It doesn't hurt that their HQ is in New England either.