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New England TE - Hernandez questioned in homicide...

Originally posted by ChazBoner:
oh man, can't wait to see brady all frustrated. lolz



fkn diva. any other QB pulls this s**t, it's an instant flag.


Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by Chief:
Lolz... Should of paid your best receiver after he gave you multiple 1000 yard years and helped your offense run.

This. Welker contract didn't even break the bank.......

The Patriots offer was much more $$$ if he hit the incentives.

Anyone have the contract details?
Originally posted by Chief:
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by Chief:
Lolz... Should of paid your best receiver after he gave you multiple 1000 yard years and helped your offense run.

This. Welker contract didn't even break the bank.......

The Patriots offer was much more $$$ if he hit the incentives.

Anyone have the contract details?

PHOENIX — Thanks to the culture established by their tight-lipped head coach, the New England Patriots in the Bill Belichick era have been well known for their refusal to re-live the past, always choosing to focus on the future and moving ahead rather than looking back.
So much for that.
In an uncharacteristically detailed discussion of the club's failed Wes Welker free-agent contract negotiations, Patriots owner Robert Kraft held court for about 20 minutes with reporters at the NFL's annual meeting at the Arizona Biltmore on Monday, claiming Welker is a Denver Bronco today because the player's agent, David Dunn, did not serve his interests well. Though Kraft's session served the purpose of a he-said, she-said exchange with Welker's representatives, the owner's primary point was Welker turned down more money in New England to sign with Denver. Initial reports had the Broncos offering $2 million more than the Patriots over the course of a two-year contract, however.
Welker accepted a two-year, $12 million contract to join the Broncos last Wednesday. Though reports were New England's offer was for $10 million over two years, Kraft said with incentives Welker could have earned $16 million in 2013-2014 with the Patriots, providing he performed comparably to his recent production level. Kraft said while Welker will earn $6 million from Denver in 2013, he could have earned $8 million in New England with incentives this season.
"In Wes's case, we were willing to go what we considered above his market value," Kraft said. "I really believe in this case, his agents misrepresented, in their mind, what his market value was. When you come right down to the bottom line, he accepted a deal in Denver which is less money than what we offered him.
"In fact, he has a one-year deal in Denver for $6 million. Our last offer…..was a $10 million offer with incentives that would have earned him another $6 million if he performed the way he had the previous two years. But in Denver, he's going to count $4 million against the cap this coming year and $8 million the second year. There is no guarantee that he plays the second year there."
True, but left unsaid by Kraft is that there is also no guarantee Welker would have realized all $6 million of incentives from the Patriots, either. If he under performs with the Broncos, Denver can release him before the 2014 season and not have to pay him the $6 million he's owed next year. The Broncos would have then had him for one season at $6 million (a $4 million signing bonus and a $2 million base salary in 2013). In New England, Welker would have only topped that $6 million this year, and thus left money on the table if he reached his incentives, which is also not a given. So in a sense, Kraft is trying to have it both ways with his logic and his re-creation of the Welker negotiations.
They just escorted Hernandez out of his house in handcuffs.
Originally posted by Chief:
They just escorted Hernandez out of his house in handcuffs.

Damm..stupid stupid stupid.....
Has been taken into custody (CUFFED). Just saw on NFL AM.
Originally posted by FlayvaMeister:
Has been taken into custody (CUFFED). Just saw on NFL AM.

The warrant for his phone records must have come through recently
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by FlayvaMeister:
Has been taken into custody (CUFFED). Just saw on NFL AM.

The warrant for his phone records must have come through recently

The talk on NFL AM between the crew, and contacts in Boston, is how he was taken away.

Steve Wyche chimed in (to paraphrase) ... usually -- on cases he's covered -- if / when there
is cooperation between both sides, the suspect and lawyer are given a heads up before an
arrest is to be made.

The footage shows a surprised Hernandez, as he answers the door ... he was in a shorts, and
a T-shirt when placed into the patrol car.
[ Edited by FlayvaMeister on Jun 26, 2013 at 6:46 AM ]
This guy is screwed, at least for a while.
Sam Farmer ‏@LATimesfarmer1m
Patriots have released Aaron Hernandez.



Supposedly, if it was just obstruction of justice they wouldn't have cuffed him but since they did it means that its probably gonna be a more serious charged like Murder, or accomplice to a homicide. At least that is what the Boston Globe was speculating.
Originally posted by hungarian9erfan:
Sam Farmer ‏@LATimesfarmer1m
Patriots have released Aaron Hernandez.




sign heem!
Originally posted by 5280High:
Supposedly, if it was just obstruction of justice they wouldn't have cuffed him but since they did it means that its probably gonna be a more serious charged like Murder, or accomplice to a homicide. At least that is what the Boston Globe was speculating.

Yes - This is what the Defense Attorney (Harvey Steinberg) stated. Obstruction of Justice arrests, are next to
never, hardly ever, made in this fashion. Further, he went on "that if they were going after an obstruction arrest,
Hernandez, would have been taken days ago.