According to information from an associate of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, he was informed that Hernandez fired the shots that killed a semi-pro football player; the information is revealed in documents filed in Florida.
William Hader, murderauction.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about his murder auction website where people can bid on true crime memorabilia including recently Aaron Hernandez items. Hader talked about how he gathers memorabilia to sell and some of the famous murderers included in his collection.
30-players, 30-days … controversial? Most bizarre superstitions = Top 3. JVG on Dwight & Rockets. And Goodell’s fantasy world.
600- So, there was some push back on Andre being #9 on our list… And there will likely be some push back on today’s guy at #8… So lets discuss importance, and, more importantly, lets […]
Barrett Sallee, SEC writer for Bleacher Report, joined Patrick Creighton to talk about what’s going on in the SEC, Roger Goodell’s latest idea about academics and the combine, the Aaron Hernandez situation, and more.
Former FBI agent, Bob Jones, joins MaD Radio to discuss the mentality of a gang member and what that may mean for Aaron Hernandez.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Brian Cushing calling JJ Watt potentially being best defensive player of all time, NFL players getting in trouble and Texans position battles
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Shane Lechler, JJ Watt and Arian Foster in the Top 10 and the Aaron Hernandez case.
Ben Volin from the Boston Globe joins Nate and Patrick to discuss the Aaron Hernandez situation. They also get into when the lines blur between being a sports reporter and a crime reporter.
Jeff Benedict, award winning author, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Aaron Hernandez situation. He discussed possible warning signs from Hernandez’s past that could have been red flags if noticed sooner.
After parting ways with tight end Aaron Hernandez on Wednesday, the New England Patriots announced that they have stopped offering his No. 81 jersey for sale on their website as well as within their team store.