Aaron Hernandez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Aaron Hernandez arranged trust that hid wealth beyond reach of creditors

    Boston Herald "Disgraced former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez may have left hidden wealth for his 5-year-old daughter beyond the reach of his creditors in a trust he set up before his prison suicide in April. The “AJH Irrevocable Trust” came to light in documents filed in Bristol Probate and Family..." November 29

  • 23-year-old set to buy Aaron Hernandez's mansion for $1 million

    247 Sports "Aaron Hernandez's North Attleboro home is officially off the market. 23-year-old Arif Khan has confirmed to 247Sports that he has a purchase-and-sales agreement for the former Patriots tight end's North Attleboro mansion and is set to close on it in the coming weeks. The Burlington, Mass..." November 18

  • Massachusetts court refuses to reinstate Aaron Hernandez murder conviction

    WEEI Boston "In the eyes of the law, Aaron Hernandez is still an innocent man. A judge in Massachusetts’ highest court denied a request Monday to reinstate the murder conviction against the disgraced ex-Patriots tight end for the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd. The verdict was vacated earlier this year thanks..." October 25

  • Aaron Hernandez led a ‘horrendous existence,’ lawyers in CTE lawsuit filed against the NFL say

    Boston Globe "Aaron Hernandez wallowed in a “horrendous existence” brought on by head trauma before he killed himself in prison, attorneys for his estate said in their refiled lawsuit against the National Football League. The stark phrase was used repeatedly in the 86-page civil complaint filed Monday in..." October 18

  • Aaron Hernandez lawsuit against NFL dropped, for now

    New York Times "The family of Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end who committed suicide in jail in April, has dropped its lawsuit against the National Football League, but left open the possibility of refiling it in a different court. Last month, lawyers for Hernandez’s family sued the..." October 15

  • NFL asserts Aaron Hernandez is not the victim, plans to fight lawsuit

    Sporting News "The NFL plans to contest the lawsuit filed against the league on behalf of Aaron Hernandez’s daughter and stressed Friday that any attempt to cast Hernandez as a victim is misguided. On Thursday, Boston University released the results of its postmortem examination of his donated brain that..." September 22

  • Bennet Omalu: ‘No question’ CTE is reason Aaron Hernandez committed suicide

    Larry Brown Sports "The doctor who discovered chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the brain disease better known as CTE, is convinced that the condition is what drove former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to take his own life. Hernandez’s fiancee Shayanna Jenkins filed a lawsuit against the Patriots..." September 22

  • Belichick on CTE following Hernandez news: 'I'm not a doctor'

    NBC Sports Boston "In wake of Aaron Hernandez’ estate filing a federal lawsuit against the NFL and the Patriots over the late tight end’s head trauma, Bill Belichick was expectedly mum when asked Friday about CTE. Hernandez, who died in prison of an apparent suicide in April shortly after being acquitted of a..." September 22

  • Aaron Hernandez’s Lawyers Sue NFL, Pats Over ‘Severe Case’ Of CTE

    CBS Boston "Aaron Hernandez’s lawyers have filed a federal lawsuit against the NFL and the New England Patriots after tests on the former player brain revealed a “severe case” of brain trauma. Attorney Jose Baez announced Thursday afternoon that tests performed on Aaron Hernandez’s brain following his..." September 21