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Aaron Hernandez had 'John 3:16 on forehead' in jail suicide

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Hernandez reportedly wrote "John 3:16" on his forehead before taking his own life ...

Patriots CB Butler still in play for Saints

New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler, who signed his restricted free agent tender on Tuesday to remain with the team, appears to be in play again for the New Orleans Saints. Butler could not be traded until he signed the $3.91 million tender for the 2017 season. He visi...

Latin American Herald Tribune - Ex-NFL Player Serving Life Sentence for Murder Commits Suicide in Prison

HOME | Sports (Click here for more) Ex-NFL Player Serving Life Sentence for Murder Commits Suicide in Prison WASHINGTON � A former NFL player who was serving a life sentence for murder committed suicide in his prison cell early Wednesday, the Massachusetts Department of...

Patriots respond to speculation that delegation was smaller at White House this year

Another crowd size controversy at the White House? President Trump welcomed the New England Patriots to the White House on Wednesday to celebrate their Super Bowl win. The New York Times tweeted a photo comparing the photo of the Patriots Wednesday meeting at the White House and...

Trump: The Pundits Were Wrong About The Patriots Too

Donald Trump welcomed the New England Patriots to the White House Wednesday afternoon to congratulate them for their historic comeback victory and fifth Super Bowl Championship for the franchise....

Patriots welcomed to White House by Trump

President Trump welcomed the New England Patriots to the South Lawn of the White House Wednesday to congratulate them on their fifth Super Bowl championship. “You pulled off the greatest super...

Aaron Hernandez: a troubled man, not a monster

Roxanne Jones, a founding editor of ESPN Magazine and former vice president at ESPN, has worked as a producer, reporter and editor at the New York Daily News and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Jones ...

Tom Brady Skipping White House Visit, Citing ‘Family Matters’

WASHINGTON (CNN) — New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won’t accompany his teammates to the White House Wednesday, where the Super Bowl champions are set to be honored by President Don...

Who was Aaron Hernandez? Timeline of troubled NFL star's violent life

Aaron Hernandez was once an up-and-coming star in the NFL, with a Super Bowl appearance and a place on the league’s dynastic New England Patriots. But even as he starred on the gridiron, he led...

Is Marshawn Lynch signing with the Raiders?

Jan 17, 2016; Charlotte, NC, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch on the field with a training mask prior to facing the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Divisional round playoff game at ...

Marshawn Lynch to join Oakland Raiders in comeback from retirement

Marshawn Lynch is back. Almost, anyway. The five-time Pro Bowl running back, who abruptly retired from the Seattle Seahawks after the 2015 season with one year remaining on a two-year, $24m cont...