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Epic Games is expanding its NFL partnership to include Rocket League in addition to Fortnite

Esports Minute

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Epic Games is expanding its NFL partnership to include Rocket League in addition to Fortnite

"On fortnite was on top of the world in 2018. The NFL was one of the main Partnerships that stood out from that time. It seemed like everyone in the game was wearing an NFL jersey for a few weeks whether or not they actually particularly cared for the league itself. Now that partnership is coming back and expanding to Rocket league as well rocket League's exact activation has yet to be announced but previous collaborations with Entertainment Properties. Give us a pretty good idea of what it might look like. I'd assume a limited-time mode some new car designs and some Stoppers to go along with specialized challenges and fortnite we've seen in the past but it seems to be stepped up a little bit this year. All 32 teams will get a Gridiron Gang Outfit into Styles. I imagine a male and a female style players will still be able to customize their jersey number as well. Now that last bit is a little bit of a surprise to me last time jersey numbers were able to be changed players immediately started recreating controversial NFL players like convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez and Moss a QB arrested for his role in a dog fighting ring. My friend Andrew Hayward wrote up a great write-up about how the activation was taken by fans in a direction the NFL likely wanted to avoid I'll link that article below. It's a good write-up about some of the potential dangers of in-game activations, but still the benefits clearly outweigh any perceived negatives on this one even with fortnite player based down from its eyes and 2018 Dodge still commands a large audience. And so does the now free to play rocket league for traditional sports leagues often competing with video games when it comes to younger audiences extra promotion and these games could go a pretty long way and making sure I don't forget the NFL every Sunday. That's

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

WAOK On Air

02:40 min | 8 months ago

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Tonight I think it's exciting to see what Newton can do a healthy Newton with Josh McDaniels and bill ballot check in this offense sieve juggernauts if you well and remember McDaniels they run a very innovative offense that Matt Werner ram mentioned it last hour in twenty ten they draft Gronk Aaron Hernandez they go to that too tight and sat before everybody else they have in the NFL did then it's copy cats city they hurried up shortly thereafter before chip Kelly was even hired by the eagles and now that's commonplace and this new read option type offense the Newton is a master of the patriots haven't done it given Tom Brady's obvious limitations in that category so this picture offense last year was a boring offense to watch it was a slog it was a struggle it wasn't exciting it was the first time where if you're a patriots fan you looked wistfully at the other teams and said why why can't we have Josh Allen yeah there is a ton of pics but always teases interesting to watch why why can't we have Lamar Jackson Pat Mahomes Ryan Tannehill why why can't we have to Shawn Watson why can't we have a quarterback who can move a little bit who can do more than the ball on the territory a five yard screen pass to a double covered Julian Edelman why well healthy cam Newton gives the patriots a more dynamic offensive attack I mean let's face it this was not a very good offense with Tom Brady especially in the second half of last season I think that there is that thirsty to try something new in belt check the is a really smart guy and smart people want new challenges and I think him new night I think introducing that element of offense which is going to come anyway because Jarrett Stidham is more mobile too so either way the patriots were gonna introduce more of that read option modern type NFL offense but and I think that excite spell check and probably excites McDaniels and in terms of where they're going as a running a running based offense Newton obviously is far more dynamic in that category the Brady too and if Sony Michelle returns to form a franchise and left guard this offseason me not to the patriots about their starting center David Andrews back healthy and they have three guys who can now play full back including two players who they drafted this year that's clearly the direction the patriots are moving find a really good and versatile defense and I Bella check as one league does this as the week goes this way Belichick is going that way and that you see that the roster construction of this team and I can even help

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In House vs. Consultancy

The Design Intent

05:19 min | 9 months ago

In House vs. Consultancy

"Well all right alex. Hey great talking to you again really appreciate your time. we're back for some more design intent. Myself tony orlando. Daniel phipps aaron hernandez and of course the creator founder. Alex you'll have to pronounce your last name for us. Alex this niece okay. Well let's go. The ad is okay so similar site so happy to talk to you guys Maybe we can you introduce yourself of where you guys worked So the the reason why we gather today is because. I won't do this interview because i often have. This kris jenner of You should be working in their constituency our in house because Differences that can happen at the end of doing years of working. In hostile working inconsistency you will have a very different skaters. So that's why. I think it's it's good to have both side here on in this interview. we antonio who Will introducing serve but is basically designed neither at delta and we have a daniel simpson everyone who are like with fund design. Now at so we really to weld one with the in house we've constituency so that's Good interview to learn on the. What are the pros and cons of each side. Yeah i think that's good. That's a good topic. I know i have people asking me that all the time. I'll let you go first daniel since you're okay you've kind of been around in both worlds. Sure i have the i. I don't know fifteen years of my career. Kinda bounced back and forth a little So right now. I'm with access design actually started the company in two thousand and five so i guess Two thousand and twenty. That would be fifteen years prior to that. I worked for a couple of different Companies delving one of them. I worked for ibm and then another one and in between there i worked at a short stint at it consulting company up in the chicago area as well so for the first part of my career bounced back and forth a little bit and then i kinda finally may finally made the decision of okay thank the consulting thing is is a good place for me to rest for a while and so. That's what i've been doing since. Two thousand and five fifteen years running running your own small business correct consulting for various companies all over the country to some more for international companies as well So yeah and for the record. I've actually hired dan quite a bit to do work for me. Working adele so I'll i'll give a quick introduction of myself. I'll give a bit of a history later. I'll let aaron kinda talk about his his role. But i'm antonio designed enter for latitude no dell and i've been with dell thirteen years now but i've been in the industry for quite a long time erin so my name is aaron and i work here with daniel. I had access. I've been here for a little bit over two years two and a half years and a half years and this is all the experience or real real world. experience have had And i know it's a. It's a huge question whenever you're graduating or you're about to graduate or you're in school it's like what wh- what what she do. She go the consultant route or the more corporate route so i hope People get to learn how many years of experience you have in the field. Two and a half advocate. So that's that's you can give us the formula have i did. I have twenty years of experience. In most of it is inconsistency so we we have like like a goo- good of people different spectrum invasions on the same on this. I if one thing i would say that anybody getting out and design new in the design world or even established the design where i think the most single most important thing he can do is make sure that the the mentor that you work for or with is the right mentor for you. I i think that's you know my career was was the last with with really fantastic. Mentors when i would start at. Ibm right out of graduate school. And if it wasn't for those guys in al i'll name them John swansea was probably the first designer that i worked for for a long time who retired from ibm lenovo a few years ago. He worked there for over twenty five years. I

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

16:29 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"It's a very permissive place to hang out not the place you want any sixteen year. Old boy you know suddenly not having a father to hang out so they grow very close when and they when Alexander Bradley and Eric Hernandez Urnov evolved the double homicide they take the murder car and the murder weapon and they put it look Araj of Tanya Singleton's house at Bristol Connecticut. She is willing to how. How is this car for up to a basically a year before it gets discover Goanese involved in the killing of Odin Lloyd about a year later the his two accomplices earnest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz both go directly to her house in Bristol? Connecticut these murders are all up in Massachusetts. A couple of hours away She ends up deriving Ernest Wallace to Atlanta. And they're buying a bus ticket to. I think Miami talks at another point to try to get Carlos. Ortiz appears to be able to go to a Puerto Rico or somewhere else and get away shop is money to both of them so she was complicit and covering up accessory after the fact that type of stuff on basically three different murders and she was willing to do that for Aaron now when the police came and said look this car. We've been looking for a double murder in Boston in your garage. Your cousin is the prime suspect. What say you? She refused to talk walk. They hit her with a contempt charge. She was willing to go to jail. She had two young children two young boys and had breast cancer and basically her cancer treatment had discontinue and they say it had disastrous effects on that and she essentially dies in parts gets out of jail later. Let her out but she passes away so. This is incredible loyalty that Tanya singleton offered Aaron and I think that you've watched it like the amount of the mountain. The story is about loyalty and disloyalty or portrayal is remarkable. Because there's nothing admirable about that behavior in any way but I think you can look at and go out is that is a loyalty to hold. None of them seemed very bright cousin. Seemed like she was his mother and errands. Mothers seemed completely awful so it seemed like the only place that Aaron Hernandez got something that to him. Felt like love was from this woman. I think. That's that's a fairly reasonable Look at it like this is the unconditional love of a mother. Although I don't know a mother should should be covering up Multiple murders. But you know if you think about He's basically forced out of his house when you know. Obviously he could've stayed at the house. Almost becomes untenable. After his dad passes away it was already a a difficult time. We had a terrific older brother Dj but he was off at college at that point at the University University of Connecticut playing football and Erin was kind of cast out into the open. And so yeah I think he found a community in the love and support at Tanya Singleton's Singleton House. Although that house was nowhere where you want a sixteen year old hanging out. Why did errands Fiance Shana Jenkins choose. Aaron over her own on sister sister was dating. Odin Lloyd Odin. Lloyd was killed by Aaron Hernandez. Why did she choose? Aaron who knows for sure Like I said it's loyalty and betrayal. So here's Shea on a Jenkins who exhibits incredible loyalty again. Aaron Hernandez man does he has a way of getting people to be You know extremely loyal against their best interests to him and she is willing to. He's not only not turn on errand when it's suspicious you know this is completely suspicious or questioning him Even though it's her own sister's boyfriend that has been murdered You know she is suspected by the prosecution of of taking the murder weapon out of Odin unlike murder weapon out of their house. Box throwing it in a dumpster which she conveniently can't remember what's what what dumpster she sent it to or you know there. There was this box. He just text her in today's box. Downstairs go get it. Dispose of it. you know I don't anyone is in a relationship. Imagine texting extend your wife or your girlfriend and saying hey just go move that box in the basement and go put it in the dumpster somewhere and she immediately does it. Never ask what's in it or where it went you know. Oh it just not very plausible. she did all of that and stuck with him to the bitter bitter end. Even after you know bother weather showing up at second trial anything. She was going to stay with them and do that. You know intern and doing that. She betrays her her sister who was up in Boston attending law school. And that you know dating Odin Lloyd who by all accounts you know really happy go. Lucky guy. Someone everyone liked and didn't have an enemy in the world and You know was was the innocent victim. Here she turns her back on that and never never go back to it And so you know why I don't know my guess again. Just my gases that she had this sort of dream life going and I think she just didn't want to believe it wasn't real and that Aaron was what she hoped you would be or it continue or all of that but Everett was she She chose Aaron over sister and That's a that's a tough one Top One to understand that for most people for the record we can dismiss this now. Okay you are someone. Who is factually reporting this stuff out so anything I'm asking you to do? In the way of opinion I will ask the audience to understand that. You don't want to give your opinions on this but your expertise is thorough. You have you have been deeply Lee embedded in this story and so it's informed by a great deal and so I ask you Errands mother when you saw how the Docu series played out and you you saw his mother depicted what were the things are. What was the thing that made you wince about her because she seemed pretty terrible? Well I think the key to to to this docu series is is the jailhouse calls which You know as we worked on it became released publicly from the from the jail. So you you have Aaron now talking freely and candidly to people and then prior to ask you. You never had errands voice. You never talked you. Never testified. Couldn't interview them anything so it was a little bit of an unknown quantity. All you had other people talking about him and that's similar with Terry Hernandez Mother As these calls come out you now here this there's more raw. This is more personal. This is more telling than any interview could do because no one would sit down and talk like this an interesting so you have Aaron. and his mother arguing over things You know talking about how she was terrible mother growing up and how you screwed up my life and why did you. I think I'd be a perfect angel on her. Yelling back is point where she she complains that he didn't just give her a million dollars but she needed and he's in jail and and all the different things I think there were numerous of those conversations that made you wince and almost I don't know it's it's almost uncomfortable hearing such a personal and raw argument between the two but it certainly opened up the whole idea that there was significant trauma. The right word but significant difficulties between Aaron and his mother there were unresolved and play a serious role in his development or the lack of development. So I think they're very telling but I mean I think the part where she's asking for the million bucks might be the most uncomfortable but when they're when Aaron is unloading on her about How could never trust her how we could never talk to her? And he's basically saying you don't know me I'd love to tell you things and you don't you're GonNa GonNa die not knowing your own son You know with everything we know about Aaron Hernandez it's it's it's some pretty amazing stuff here. I know there's no easy answer to this a stand but what one reason among all of the reasons that you're trying to use to explain the inexplicable would you say is responsible for why it is that Aaron Hernandez Hernandez was flippant about killing people. You certainly laid out all of the theories right down to see Thi e you lay them all out we tried. We tried to do everything you know as much as you can in three hours And then try to provide some kind of substance by them to not just all we had. CT well this is what he is. And this is what it can do. And the backstory on different people and all of that have you heard much criticism of the Docu series like. What's the fairest criticism of because it's been very popular? I don't know I mean there hasn't been much I mean it's been it has been very popular. Is it fair to use the phone call. The people don't know they're gonNA they're gonNA BE DOCU series. Well Yeah you're on the jailhouse call call. They say we're recording the call so the third of the victims they have this account out there. I certainly can understand that sentiment. That's sort of the news business. I don't really brushoff Shaw almost any any criticism as it doesn't necessarily mean I'm going to act on it or anything. It was very thorough. The job you did was very thorough. I don't know that a quiet hard. I guess that's I feel oh comfortable because we tried hard and this wasn't one of these things where 'cause there there's other stories we didn't come in at the end and just try to sum it all up real quick like we tried to talk to everybody. We spent months covering these trials you know. Kevin Armstrong spending ten days in front of his house. The beginning I mean both covered both trials and you try to find out as much as you possibly can and tell the story gusts as you possibly can and you give it your best shot and and so usually as long as you try I. I know you've worked on some incredible stories through the years. I mean I generally feel. Don't you think when you when you've you've done it and you go. This is what we got. Yeah could I. Could we done this. Sure but what we did. I just thought that it was covered very poorly nationally when the story broke a note was being covered well in Boston certainly gently better in Boston. But as you said in our lifetime Dan there hasn't been a story like this in In our lifetime. There's not ever been something. This kind kind of inexplicable now. I mentioned in the series you know talk about O.. J. And OJ opposite incredibly influential story and a bigger her story than Aaron Hernandez but the actual crime was The the crime was domestic violence. And so you have an older player. An old a retired tire player involved in domestic repeated domestic violence and then accused of killing his wife. You know when when a young woman comes up dead at the I suspect is always or the ex husband. I mean this is. We've seen domestic violence so not justify it not minimizing it. But we've we've seen this crime hundreds of times Ray Lewis okay to people ended up dead. That's a street fight. One nine Atlanta is the big five two guys end up dead total tragedy not minimizing it. But it's like one night I it's a fight that got out of control. We see that all the time. Unfortunately we've never seen a guy in his prime involved in a drive by shooting where they just shoot up a car and kill two people and injuring. You're another months. After he catches a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl. And one month. Before I signed a forty million dollar contract with the League's preeminent T- Then is involved in another homicide execution style right near his house perhaps because a paranoid that he's GonNa get murdered. The you know just I. I don't know that the stakes ever were quite properly explained. I think we have a media culture. That wants quick and easy easy answers black and white fit in a box. The whole thing if you just have this spectacularly crazy crime And and all the things that go into it and so I think it's it's tough to cover. It was a challenge the whole way it. It remains a challenge. Now and I'm not sure the stories over who knows what comes next. There was a voice in the DOCU series but not a face saying that Aaron Hernandez so feared for his life that he asked Bella check to trade him to a safer place and embellish said No. Where was that information coming from? Who was saying that he's agent and a grand jury testimony that they asked Fella check to trade him? I believe that is. That's not my voice that said but I believe that was where that's from But Erin was telling people he was a drug I'm GonNa Paraphrase this not ah two percent but I believe it was. There's a gang or drug dealer that he had funded in some way. This guy was threatening down. Pay 'em a bunch lunch money or is being sorted and he just wanted to get out of New England and nobody acted on that he was not taking New England. Errands feared I believe. He sued two thousand or Bradley in February Rows Nebraska get shot in February allegedly by Aaron Hernandez Bradley Than Lives says. I'M GONNA to kill you or.

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Aaron Hernandez's fiancee speaks out on documentary series

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Aaron Hernandez's fiancee speaks out on documentary series

"News the former fiancee of Aaron Hernandez is speaking out against a new Netflix docu series chronicling the rise and fall of the former NFL star Hernandez was serving a life sentence when he committed suicide in his prison cell back in twenty seventeen the new Netflix series claims Hernandez was either bisexual or gay but in an interview with ABC's Good Morning America shayanna Jenkins Hernandez says a claims are unfair you can't describe someone's sexuality without them being here although I've had a child with Aaron I still can't tell you how he was feeling inside okay Hernandez was convicted of first degree murder back in twenty fifteen for the murder of his former friend Odin

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Eli Manning and the Hall of Fame: The case for and against

Around the NFL

09:14 min | 1 year ago

Eli Manning and the Hall of Fame: The case for and against

"Ally manning thing announced his retirement on Wednesday retiring after sixteen seasons. He's thirty nine years old The giants quarterback who was of course supplanted by Danny dimes. This year but was a rock for for many years is now heads into retirement and it makes sense Meena In fact as a New York I all my friends are giant spans. I was on a tax change just the day before this news broke. And we're talking about that. Allies GonNA retire probably soon. Because when you look at the landscape with all these older quarterbacks on the market and what allies allies been doing the last couple of years. It never made sense that he was going to find a place to start games or perhaps he didn't want to be a backup. So this all made sense but still it. It is the end of an era in New York. I would love nothing more to come in here and defy I. I think what you all know. I'm about to say about Eli Manning I should not be wh- down calls US football cools right. Yeah I would love to say you know what guys you can't tell the story of football without Eli Manning which by the way why why is he the only person who gets that benefit say that about anyone else other than Eli. There's a lot of guys you can't tell the story of football without Aaron Hernandez put them in the hall of fame or if you want to look at pat super we were both. I mean they don't want any of them without dont`a hightower that's a holiday thing. Greg is compared. Eli Manning to know first. Ten Sahal Hyphen reductionist could be just one thing. You consider about a candidate quite well the few want ally in the holly. It's either two cases. One one is longevity. which is I think? A lot of people throw out. Because there's just too many guys who would get in by that and then the other is the two super bowls in the story thing. That's just not about how I would define it. It just becomes an argument. About how do you define the hall of fame. I think in my case against him has always been and yeah. I've been making this case for probably eight or nine years. So this is how long he's been average He's just been averaged entire career. Average in completion percentage yards per attempt. He's actually really way. Below average in the law of the interception categories passer rating these average. He's just for the time he entered the league to the time he left the league. He was an average quarterback over or that span. I I still don't like that being the conversation though when he retired. I we've had this argument so many times that I think we're just tired of it like we've said everything that there is to say about. Eli Manning in the Hall of Famer Eli Manning in general that. I actually was annoyed almost yesterday that that's the conversation when a really great player who was a big part of the league in you know no matter whether he was a top five quarterback no he never was maybe in two two thousand eleven. I went through it once. I think I had him at a top five quarterback one year top ten quarterback only one other your. Yeah that's not the hall of fame but like immediately the second he retires. The entire conversation is like the start of the public hall of fame. Talk which is GONNA be. Never any people are so confident about what's going to happen you don't I know what's going to happen becoming. We were like you know he will be in. It's like you don't know that I think the manning name like this is not a new thought but just that we've talked about royalty and stuff that he's sort of this. NFL Family fixture that. The people voting for this. I think they're gonNa Push Eli Manning right in not maybe. CBS voters down. The conversation depends on who he's against. Though you're really does. Conversation will be never ending for five years then going in. I'm sorry I don't listen you. Everybody discounts counting stats and cory will get too caught up or only point at the two rings and the two superbowl. MVP's but I just think there's something that'd be so if he didn't win those super bowls he's he's not he's not going to have him. I get that but there's something to be said and it's always been feel overlooked both on this podcast aspect in general. Because Eli can be a target. I feel like on twitter that the giants drafted him or the chargers. Technically but the giants Brought him into the team in two thousand four. They put him in the lineup in around October that year and then they never had to think about the quarterback position again for the next ten eleven eleven twelve years and I know things didn't end very well but they should have been thinking about it so when you're when you're talking about right ten years okay I'm GonNa say ten years when you think about other teams about your Brown's Mark My jets so many other teams in the league that go through constant search a churn looking for a guy and you end up with a stop. Stopgap and a rookie. You stinks and then a stop Gat and then another rookie. And maybe you hit on something. Like the SEAHAWKS got Russell Wilson. They don't have to think about anything. Russell Wilson's a better player than the but he eli for ten twelve years. They put him in there. He did his job. He was not spectacular but he was steady. You never had to worry about him getting hurt because he never did. He's the most durable the player ever. You'd never had to worry about him saying stupid something stupid to the media. He always handled that very well. You never had to worry about him. Getting into like a behind the scenes drama with with a coach and exploding and him being at odds and using the media to get a point across and all that stuff he was a Walter Payton Man of the year guy he was a total title. Good Dude and in those playoff runs. Then you factor that in for me. He rose up in historic way. And then just beat. Anybody didn't beat the Jacksonville. We'll jaguars didn't beat a Pittsburgh. steelers heat the Patriots and he'd be Bill Bell Check and he'd beat Tom Brady. And if if that's not something that should be given added points knowing who the Patriots are and what they represent in this era of NFL football. I'm sorry I disagreed to just kind of view that uh-huh yeah beat the Patriots. No he beat the greatest team of all time the greatest quarterback in the greatest head coach. I think that means a lot. His team did right playing. Okay Ah in that Super Bowl. I don't think he would say he had the best game. Even the play he's known for is crazy play. That could never be replicated. The two twenty eleven run is what I remember most fondly. Va Man. I think people kind of forget that won the last game of the regular season that they played it was against the cowboys and then the three league games in the NFC playoffs and that Super Bowl he had a collection of some of the most improbable. Low percentage awesome throws goes for five weeks. Stretch that you'll ever see Joe flacco kind of had a somewhat similar run any add little moments like that the year after they won the Super Bowl two thousand eight. He was really good throughout the year but they didn't win the Super Bowl because if eli manning they want it because of their defense I mean they wanna because of Justin Tuck and he learned of it. It's equally reductive to me to say. They won because of the argue he was part of it took to get into the. I mean the kind of connected back to the HIGHTOWER. No one's out here making a case for hightower you kind of do you. You like to throw this one in. I is the single most important outside of Brady and Gronk like the Patriots. Don't have this run of Super Bulls without dont`a hightower. I think I don't think belongs in the hall of fame but you could every all of the cases were making for. Eli You could just as easily make for like twenty other other random playwright quarterback a case you've made for you. I think is the case. Why he's a great memorable? NFL figure. It's just that's different than in. Our weather also talked about about it forever his position he was not a top ten quarterback. I would say for every year but two of his career. There's no one in the hall of fame you can say they've also said forever. You're in West. You've quoted Vince Lombardi on this that the quarterback it just the most important for a position or a position where the spotlight as and that comes with way. More pressure To it then dot high tower where his position is. I just think what you I was able to do in that spot in those two years is something you can't take away from. I and and say oh he was carried to titles. Because I don't I just don't see it that way. I think you've you stated the case very well. I think it falls shy of the hall of fame. I think if you're a jets fan like Dan or you're the browns fan and you've seen nothing but Ship wrecked chaos at the quarterback position. That the the idea that you would draft someone who would play as Eli did before a PR stunt got him benched you know. Couple of years twelve years of sixteen starts and by the way we are stunned. Got Him benched. He got himself well. That's fine but I'm saying but also the disrespect I just giants fan and you draft draft Philip rivers and he. He did what he did. But you get Eli Manning out of it and you know. He's going to win two super bowls in essentially a total ironman at the position. He's a hall of fame to a lot of giants fans I get. I don't think he belongs to the meeting. Early either reading a story just reading up on allies career. I completely forgot the whole two thousand seventeen. Ben mcadoo where's Ben these days but Jacksonville Jaguars Ben

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Rocky Johnson, WWE Hall of Famer and Dwayne Johnson's dad, died at 75

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Rocky Johnson, WWE Hall of Famer and Dwayne Johnson's dad, died at 75

"You have an rip herself. Yeah Yeah Rocky Johnson. I mean he was one of the I. I remembered tag team Champs with Tony Atlas. Obviously the Rock dwayne Johnson's father Yeah he was deep was what what a physique nothing like you've ever seen Back then and he was a talented wrestler back in the early mid eighties. And he'll be missed. Soul patrol was attacked him. How did they ever lose looking at the two of them but that was the thing that wwe was Outta Day ever liberty racists back then do what they know but they used to do this thing? Where like Tony Atlas would always almost win the title and then it was like He wasn't so dumb he would have won the title like it was really fun. Oh yeah they would say that it was always like get distracted by captain La Banda or Freddie Blassie made he just. He couldn't play the mental game. That's why he could win. You also couldn't have two African American and wrestlers at the top of a card like SD Jones. Whatever his fate mistake early in the navy is going to be a jobber but he could never rise to the level of rocky? Couldn't and have more than two right right there even superfly Snuka who the most popular guy for like a year before Hogan And now they could never give him the title either. Bob Beco with the fucking crew cut from Minnesota from Harvard stuff Iraqi Johnson best drop kicks of that era. Yeah yeah the physicality everyone else do the drop kicks and they would hit somebody like kinda lower sternum rocky Johnson would like go for the you know he'd drop kick the deeds head way. Wave yet you in the neck. He'd do the foot shuffle. He did a nice sunset flip he did it all. He was one of those born too soon guys because I think he was so athletic. the Sport didn't start to get aerial until SNOOKA enrich ricky steamboat mid eighties and guys started jumping off the top rope. All that stuff. He would have done all that but nobody did. Did that. In the seventies right to deal older than Tony Atlas to

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Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem

The Dan Patrick Show

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem

"Know what it wasn't long ago. I think it was last week when two weeks ago when mclovin said hey how about this poll question is andrew lock more likely to be an slight disappointment or hall of famer and this is when the ankle injury came. I remember it was the calf and then the owner robert say said i think it's an ankle and then i started to think there's more involved in this. There's more to this story. Sorry ben just glynn from the calf to a high ankle. I don't even i still don't know what he has but we know it serious enough that he announced his retirement and everybody's got an opinion on this. His decision to retire was a shock to the system for you know the the entire n._f._l. Nation when people say boy oy this is the most shocking football story we've ever heard i mean like new. No no no no how about we start with o._j. Simpson michael vick aaron hernandez. Those are shocking stories. Andrew looks different cat all right he is. He went back to college to get his degree. He could have left after his junior year. He went back to get his degree in architectural design. I believe he there are guys who are or football players and then there guys who play football most our football players j._j. Watt is a football player. Should he still be playing football. No no not at all but it andrew luck is a guy who is a guy who was good at playing football. I don't know if he's a a football guy and there's a difference in that but that doesn't mean he wasn't good at it or didn't love it. I just think that we're we're so unfamiliar. Oh you're with an athlete who uses logic where you go. What are you doing. Most football players in pauley had the analogy. Let's say you have a rock rock in your shoe. Most football players will continue to play in fact. Stop down on the rock. Where is andrew luck goes. How about. I just take the rock in my shoe. I mean it sounds logical. He just took the rock out of a shoe. Football players will tie the shoe differently like they'll somehow find a way. Hey i'll walk differently who care i'll take madison. Shoot me up. Whatever andrew lucked just said. I'm gonna take the the pebble <music> out. He's removing football from his life. Everybody has an opinion on this and when he started rattle off the list of injuries it makes a lot of sense but it's hard for us to imagine and by the way athletes are just commodities. We've moved on from all of these athletes. We don't care really don't care eric. Dickerson joined us in los angeles when we were out there and here's one of the great running backs of all time any looked great. I said the kind you look like you could give me a couple of carries. He said people don't realize the toll that this takes on goes. I slept in a reclining chair for two years because i had neck and back injuries. Nobody cares about eric dickerson's injuries. Nobody cared about jim. Mcmahon's injury his health. He thought about killing himself. We move on and andrew luck realizes that and yes he got paid paid and the reason for people to be upset and how do you do this to your team. And how do you quit on your team. I understand those emotions. I really do but i have to look at this and say andrew. Luck did what andrew luck thought he needed to do. Is it inexcusable to you know oh colts fans. Yeah i get that. I don't think he's saying boy. Watch what i'm gonna do. I'm going to set up the colts for failure now. I don't think i think that he had to process this. It took a long time. It's something you do you do well. It's your identity and maybe he doesn't want that is his identity and can you get away from this. You know the guys who had all the surgeries. I'm seeing all of this stuff here. Everybody's saying how do you do. I understand all of those emotions. Russians here but andrew lock did what andrew lucked thought he needed to do. If barry sanders was a quarterback and he walked away we would have abba bigger issue with what barry sanders did at age thirty-one calvin johnson at aged thirty. Jim brown age thirty. What are you doing walking away from the sport. Guess you've got a contract extension. There are a lot of questions. I have ranted you luck in this situation. When did you really know and when did you let the cold snow and what is the reason. Is there more surgery down. The road like you went through shoulder. You had and i put some of this on the colts by the way ryan grigson in particular the former g._m. What did i say for years. You have this investment. It's like having this unbelievable engine but then you have a car that's falling apart. You traded for trent richardson. You didn't use any lyman you finally went out and got quinton nelson and what happened. Andrew luck had the best season of his career. He had the fewest sacks. It's not something that takes a whole lot of thought. Hey how about we have a good offensive line. Chances are andrew. Luck might be able to play play a little bit longer but so many injuries and then you start to get down on yourself and you get in your head and you don't wanna go through it and and i look i couldn't play the game. I've told you if you ever watched a game on the sidelines. You never let your kids play. It is violent. It's more violent than you think because when you hear it you can close your eyes on the sidelines just listen. There's no way you go yep. I want to play play. I know we're macho. I know we all wanna play through pain. I did stupid things with my knee and my shoulder waited thirty five the years to get my torn rotator and i'm not even a pro athlete. I have an artificial knee because i was stupid when i played this guys out there and they're taking shots at him. He's getting hit lacerated kidney. He's got shoulder. He's got yeah. I understand all of these injuries. Do we want him out there. Yes because it's about us he. What are you doing to my fantasy team. Hey what you doing to my colds. You're you guys got a chance to. I understand hold loose things but this is something that we don't understand an athlete who says i'm gonna take a logical approach. He's a guy he's got a flip phone. He's got a book club. I mean he he's not your normal guy. Hi and we can't understand this. He's newly married. We can't understand this because all of us would go. I killed a play and make that kind of money and be a starting starting quite yes. This story is about us in how we perceive. This people didn't play wanna tell you they would play or how oh you need to play or. What's wrong with your your soft. You gotta take a step back and andrew luck. Doing i see all of this twitter chatter. Oh this is going to stay with him forever. I is very sanders. A quitter calvin johnson a quitter. Is jim brown a quitter right i. I haven't heard that i'd never heard somebody say. Jim brown's a quitter. Barry sanders quit walked down on the <hes> the lines how can you do. I guess andrew luck is a quitter but i'm guessing will move past this calvin johnson. Is he a quitter or see smart. I don't know i just i saw this reaction this vitriol that andrew luck how dare you do for this. He walked away from his team. I get i get it. He gave up on a sport. He excels at but no matter what people say. I think we can all agree. Andrew luck was outstanding when he did play and wishing luck and no pun intended with his life after football.

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Hernandez estate settles wrongful death lawsuit

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Hernandez estate settles wrongful death lawsuit

"Two years after patriots player Aaron Hernandez killed himself behind bars a wrongful death lawsuit is finally settled today the estate of Hernandez settled confidentially with the families of two men Hernandez was acquitted of killing Daniel di OB role and Cefiro for tada a lawyer for Diablos widow says a settlement honors the memory of him the deal reportedly did not use any money from the Hernandez

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Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

Jay Talking

09:09 min | 1 year ago

Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

"There have been some developments in the Kevin Spacey case seems that a key piece of evidence is missing and a catch us up on that. We have Michael coin dean of the Massachusetts school of law. Dean coin. Hello Riley tonight. It's always great to hear from you, and great to talk to you. Can you catch us up? Yeah. I think it's, it's another interesting development to this high profile case on the islands not surprising. I don't think that the key piece of evidence has now been may well have been lost somewhere along the way between Lauren force moments receipt of it, and turning it back to the family. It may very well be the death blow to an increasingly shaky case against Spacey with the loss of this key piece of evidence and you know, that's what I think is surprising, to some, that's such a key piece of evidence could have been handled in so badly. Not not really be preserved so that both sides, get an opportunity to examine the contents. What makes this piece of evidence so very crucial. Yeah. Well, you know, if you think about it today, smoking gun, is really much more likely to be found in our cell phones, and our electronic evidence, it's not the, the old smoking gun of old. And the fact is we all keep far too much personal information on our cell phones, whether it's photographs, whether it's Snapchat, whether it's text messages, and, like, there's very personal and oftentimes key, contemporaneous evidence that is preserved on our cellphones and maintained in that way. So the fact that there is likely text messages and photographs that would have some bearing on the night in question that took place between Mr. Spacey and this individual. The fact is that those contemporaneous records very, very well may be important to both the prosecution and the defense. But the key. Here from the standpoint of whether the case will be able to survive this. And even if it does go forward to not provide extraordinary evidence to Spacey for cross examination in the like is that this may well have had sculptor Tori information on it. Deleted in altered, text messages, as Spacey's attorneys informed, the court at the last hearing, and the loss of that evidence when there's a constitutional obligation for the government to turn over any sculpture, Tori evidence, this could be fatal to the government's case. So this missing phone could be directly responsible for the dismissal of the case against Kevin Spacey. Sure. Definitely could be if you if you if you if you think about how important we've seen electron ick evidence in cell phones, over the course of the last three to five years, marathon bombers in part were caught as a result of inflammation pulled from their cell phones. Aaron Hernandez case. Relied, very heavily on text messages that occurred that evening, and as well as the GPS information on the phone. If you start to think about the, the more recent high profile cases, we've seen even Tom Brady's where he said that the cell phone had been destroyed because he obtained a new one. We know how important these key pieces of evidence that are found on cellphones likely our to our Justice system. So, yeah, this could be a big victory for Spacey. In fact, the court could look at it as potentially being sufficiently sanctionable by the government that would require dismissal. But even if it doesn't require dismissal. The problem is, is that this has given a lot of energy now to the defense case to create a reasonable doubt that there was information on that phone that would have told a different story either by way of government misconduct. Or even just simply neglect that inflammation is now been lost to the defendant, and it helps to create that reasonable doubt. It's, it's a real problem. And the fact is, is that the court now we'll have to figure out well how did it get loss was was this just negligence, or was this, something more at work, here, especially in view of the allegations, that Spacey's attorney has raised with respect to the deleted in altar techs that took place from the night in question the loss of that evidence if it cannot be recovered in some form. And that's the last part of this is that a good forensic examination of the phone, if it's there or of the mirror image that the government may have in its possession may allow them to recover. Virtually all of the information if not all of the information, under those circumstances. The government would argue that Spacey hasn't been prejudice. At all. So there's nothing that would prohibit the case from going full. We may still very well. See the case, go forward. The question is, now is going to be enough evidence or is the government going to sufficiently be able to remove Spacey's presumption of innocence and the fact that there, they're very well may be reasonable doubt. In the case. It's it's a problem. I mean, you know, we don't like to see in our system that the government doesn't do everything they can to ensure that Justice is achieved in part of that means that you've got to preserve evidence and give the defendant, an opportunity tests. The government's proof that, that, that opportunity may now be lost Bradley. So even if the case does go forward it makes it more difficult for the prosecution, because it creates this doubt. Well, doesn't it? If you think about it from commonsense standpoint we've talked about this case before. You know, the was the victim starstruck and interested in, in having some drinks with Spacey that night innocence Spacey has contended all along. There was a consensual flirtation that existed that night. Pot of the proof would likely have been the contemporaneous inflammation, that would be found on his cell phone and the like. And the, the fact that, that now maybe lost, or at least portions of that inflammation, and as Spacey see X information that would have been exculpatory to him has been lost either as a result of negligence or delivered acts that, that absolutely helps to create this reasonable doubt that the defendant wants to do is part of his defense, and it's, it's too bad. Because as the you know, it's, it's, it's pretty sloppy. However, this came about in a case with so many is on it. You. You would've expected there, be a lot more attention to detail. And I think sometimes that's prizes, the all is that we don't see the attention to detail that we would especially expect when when the world is watching does do these developments, make it more likely that mister space for a jury trial or less likely. Well, again, you know, you've, we've had that discussion before, and I you know, act after our last evening together where we discussed this in general, I put it out to some other both students, and criminal defense, lawyers that, that I know. And, and it is relatively still split fifty fifty so I'm not sure there's a definitive answer to that my own personal feeling is that I would prefer jury under the circumstances. Jury sometimes are little more mistrusting, and especially. Really sometimes a little more dubious with the government may have engaged in either neglect of misconduct to, to trust the government at its word and really to hold them to what the law requires to remove the presumption of innocence and prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So, my, my personal feeling is I would I would try to jury. But that, that's a actually a question that I think both people and lawyers will disagree on your, your audience, may, well be split as well. Interesting to know what they think, because some of them may well constitute members of the jury and have similar feelings to jurors. So maybe you can throw that out tonight to see what they think. That's a good idea. Thank you very much. Michael coyne. He's the dean of the Massachusetts school of law in a big friend of WBZ. Thanks.

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Attorneys in Weinstein case buy some extra time before trial

Barsky Radio

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Attorneys in Weinstein case buy some extra time before trial

"Harvey Weinstein not that he was gay or anything like that. But he certainly was had his hand in the cookie jar a couple of times Harvey Weinstein, you saw some video of it. I saw this morning couple photos video of Harvey Weinstein. Not looking good which well, he never looked gonna say looks worse than ever looked if that's possible. I don't know who the comic was or who the person was describing Harvey Weinstein ones. But I think it was a she who said that Harvey Weinstein looked like a bunch of lint rolled up in chewing gum. It's a good example described does the sky them. Yeah. It's like the pilots character pig pen. Right. He's like the human version of pig. No matter how many showers, and he was always coming out of the shower too. When he was hitting on these women, and you what do you still look filthy? A heavy showers. He thinks he's still looks just to shoveled. And just. But anyway, he was at court in court, they Manhattan supreme court for a crucial hearing his upcoming criminal trial. And he had this is actually kind of smart. It's getting these two main attorneys are females. So he's himself. Okay. If I'm going to get someone to represent me against all these allegations, these women, I'm going to get women to talk to the people in the jury who may be women. Right. But then they brought along like to other attorneys to men Jose bias who represented Casey Anthony, and then Artha Dalla I'd Allah who is the one of the attorneys husband's. So he's got a female attorney Marianne, but tuna and she's married to Arthur a dollar. So there's like four of walked in with him. By the way, by defending Casey, Anthony, Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL player who the suicide. And so he's got some high profile people there and the bottom line with Harvey Weinstein is I think they may have a good shot getting him off. I think so too from some of the stuff that I read like the text messages from some of these ladies. Not just that. I mean, the only thing with these particular stories that you have to have to get him on. You would have to have video evidence of him forcing himself on a woman. Correct. Some sort of Email some sort of some sort of evidence admitting wrongdoing the bottom line with these sexual assault alleged sexual assaults is it was consensual. I was a powerful guy in Hollywood. Everybody knew that everybody knew I had the Cassie couch. Everybody knew to get a job in Harvey Weinstein film. You have to to get a job you'd have to give a job. Everybody knew that. And and and the attorneys will get up there in front of a jury, and they'll say, my client, I wouldn't trust my client with my wife or girlfriend anybody he's a scumbag this guy look at them, but he's not a sexual criminal. He's he didn't commit sexual assault. Because all these women knew why there were going in there. And it was a transaction. It was an to adults, and and they may even come up with people who've actually have gotten jobs because of him. I believe there's some pretty big names who've gotten gigs. You know, these actresses that come out of the woodwork? Nobody knows who they are. And all of a sudden, they're in a major motion picture, they went to the Harvey Weinstein school of casting couch. That's what happened there yet. Whenever you see those movies like who's Renee Zellweger Miramax. You'll all right. I got it. I got it. What's her body of work before Jerry Maguire, nothing the film her body body? That's the body of work. I'm just I'm not saying specifically heard allegedly. Allegedly over this whole conversation. So that's the only thing that you have to prove that these women knew what they were doing. They went up to a hotel room. They weren't forced. It's not like the only the only the only entity that would have a real good case against Harvey Weinstein where could stick would be that potted plant. He pledged himself in if the potted plant could speak clearly the evidence there, you know, what I mean, that's the only get him on. But these women the rest of them. I don't know. I like I said they're gonna make them out to be a bad guy, but not a sexual

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Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction reinstated

Howie Carr

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction reinstated

"Skies, Massachusetts highest court today, reinstated delay Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction which was a race after the former NFL star killed himself in prison. The supreme judicial court also scrapped the legal principle that wiped out Hernandez conviction for future cases, calling it quote outdated and no longer consonant with the circumstances of contemporary life. Hernandez was convicted in two thousand fifteen of killing semi pro football player. Odin Lloyd, two years later, the twenty seven year old killed himself in his prison cell days after being acquitted of most charges in a separate double murder case, a judge throughout Hernandez conviction that year citing the legal principle that holds that a defendant convicted at trial who dies before an appeal is heard should no longer be considered guilty in the eyes of the law. Thereby returning the case where it's pretrial

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Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots And Odin Lloyd discussed on AP Radio News

AP Radio News

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots And Odin Lloyd discussed on AP Radio News

"Massachusetts supreme court reinstated the late Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction which was erased after the former New England Patriots player killed himself in prison. Hernandez was convicted in two thousand fifteen of killing semi pro football player Odin Lloyd

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"The key was to keep them proprietary for us throughout the process. You know, there were other moments where we found really important new news. I mean, Beth Healy when she's broken the news about what's happened in prison the prison holding back on records and not telling us what exactly what happened in the final hours of Hernandez life when they could have. I mean that was real breakthrough. We have you know, course, finding Dennis San Suu see him coming forward in again, even. We weren't. You know, we we decided early on this project. We aren't here to try to investigate Aaron Hernandez a sexuality per se. And we I wasn't asking these people about Aaron sexuality. They they volunteered this. They they wanted to talk about the difference it made in their lives and Denison suceeds life. So those kinds of things where real breakthroughs for us. I think and and then we finally talked to Jonathan Hernandez Aaron's brother after many months of dealing Goshi eating with him. And finally got him to come and talk to us and tell us and very clearly what had happened to he Inara and has children. And that's that really was illuminating in terms of the the beatings. They took his children and the fear that they lived with. So all of those were sort of breakthrough moments for us, and you don't celebrate some of them because of the what they are. But you certainly say, hey, we we're getting somewhere with a story. That's true. I'm sure when you're on covering just super. Dark details. It's not like people are cracking open. The champagne the the interview with Jonathan is really really powerful. Can you imagine more episodes if you uncover more relevant information? Well, I mean, I could I mean, I think that there's much more to say, I personally think these jail calls as much more in those that we could bring out that would be informative, and perhaps entertaining the people without feeling as though they were crass or we're just doing it for, you know, salacious purposes, I think they think it can still show two sides of Aaron and Hernandez in what though the life. He lived in the in the life those around him lived. Well, thank you so much for telling us more about how you and the whole spotlight team worked on this on this guide eater series. I for one and waiting for more episodes. So thank you will live. It's been great talking with you. Thank you for taking it interest. And thank you for sharing this time. With me. I'm very big admire your work. I wish you all the best going forward. Thanks not. From the Boston Globe. In wonder this is a special interview episode of gladiator an investigative series from the spotlight team about who could have made a difference in the life of one young man, if you'd like to help us spread the word, please give us a review until you friends to subscribe,.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"About your career. Have you always been able to have to find tabby at work be personally signed it's fine to you as well as professionally science fine the greatest satisfaction. I take from journalism is lifting up people who are down or exposing wrongs or you know, it's trying to help me about, you know, whether it's putting putting a guy in prison, who's molesting children, young female tennis players or getting millions of dollars for the Boston public schools after they for out the Atlantic programs in the buzz public schools after they've been neglecting them for years because of you know, series, we're able to do or whether it, you know, just exposing the things that make life better for the people need help. I think that's the greatest satisfaction. I take from the job in whether this series helps you know, people understand better. What how this business works and the toll it can take. I mean, we're not making excuses for our Hernandez. He did what he did. But there's so much around this that could. There's a Luma dating about football. And in our culture as a whole again think about career advice for regular people wouldn't vice do you have for those who are weathering being in industries that are going through dramatic changes. Like, obviously, your business journalism media, you know, constant upheaval constantly changing. It's my, you know, you're now podcasting Bobby, and you probably never expected you. It'd be doing that. Right. So how do you? Yes. And who knows if I ever will again? It's been an enlightening experience a rewarding experience, and I would just tell them to keep keep plugging. I mean, there's always going to be a need for journalism for good journalism for people to you know, expose stories that need to be written. So just keep writing having fun, and, you know, making the stories come alive, so the working as an individual writer versus being on a team to make this prince series and the podcast together. The team of four reporters how are those things different for you as as a reporter, you generally, spend your career, working alone? And but this this particular was very rewarding experience because I'm working with some really really accomplish investigative reporters. We have we have Sasha Pfeiffer, who of course, is part of the the team that broke the the Catholic church story, the priests abusing the children, they're really changed the way that the world looks at the Catholic church and its treatment of of. Young young boys by pres in. So she wanna Pulitzer prize with that crew for the and of course, was played in the movie the any spotlight, of course. So she's she's wonderful to work with. We have Beth Healy who was a Pulitzer finalist for her work on a story called debtors hell, and which these collection people shakedown consumers clog up the courts, we have Andrew Ryan another all these really -ccomplish journalists. He he was a Pulitzer finalist as well for a spotlight project on race in Boston that looked at whether Boston is as racist as as it's come to be seen. And then our editor Patty women who edited that series on race and was a Pulitzer finalist for that as well. So these people are all we all I think learn from each other and health each other and shared on the project and propelled it forward and remarkably we're we're great cohesive team. I think firm for many months, and it was I'm proud to have worked with them a love to try to do it again. Yeah. You know, it's. It's so unusual. That your newsroom was portrayed on the big screen. We've all seen spotlight. It is working on an investigative team as as exciting as it looks in the movies. I know it's a lot of grinding through material, but what were their thrilling moments as as a team when you made big discoveries are big decisions. Well, I think they're certainly earlier moments where you say, wow, you know, with this gold. I mean those jail calls, and we got those those three hundred jail calls. We said we I think we all knew that we have something special here..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"What's the price you the most in your reporting? Liz, we were surprised to learn that Aaron was grappling with his sexuality at a very early age by six grade. He was involved with a boy who named NS San Souci who would become his high school quarterback. And he lived in a house where his father was incredibly, homophobic. And you know, one thing we learned was that Aaron wanted to be a cheerleader at a young age. He admired his his female cousins who are cheerleaders. They wanted. He wanted to be like them and his father. We learned really quickly put an end to that. And was constantly calling him bad things. You know, we have this impression of him being sort of growing up in this is Ian, Harriet life that was sort of the narrative that the grew out of his death that, you know, wants his father died when he was only sixteen that everything fell apart because his father was such such a positive influence in his life. But in fact, his father, you know, savagely beat him. A child, and and that that was shocking to us in some ways, and the fact that he also was sexually molested as a young boy, you know, you learn all these things about this guy, you didn't know about and what those kinds of things can do to form a person's character, and how they grow and just went on and on with what we learned from his childhood all the way through you know, from his agent, you know, seeing seeing him have a gun at a young age and being aware of serious allegations against him and never reporting them, and then the patriots role in the prison systems role. And just one surprise after another really, you know to me the phone calls from the Suffolk County jail where incredibly compelling, Bob. And you know at times, he actually seems happy and satisfied being in jail. Right. Proud of how Nita Sal is. And then other times he's convinced. He's going to be found not guilty and get out. What was it like for you in the team? The first time you heard those calls, and how'd you get those calls anyway? So. So we got those calls. Thanks to Todd Wallich. Our public records specialist. He's he's he's a master at getting obstructionists institutions that come forward with their with records. So he got those those jail calls for us. And it was it was it was again very revealing day in and day out all four of us on the team as well. As our editor. Patty went went through those calls and listen to them for hours, and hours and hours. I think we have I think close to a hundred hours maybe of of calls, and and as you mentioned, you know, you you get the tender side of Erin, you know, the loving father cooing do is daughter and telling her he'll be there forever for her. And and then you get the you get the street thug side of Aaron talking to was his former guys Iran with in college and through the strip clubs and all that world and on the street. So you see both sides of the chameleon in him. And then, you know, talking with his brother is mother is friends. It's just and a lot of the revelations in there, just you know, we we could go on and know run these GL calls forever. And people would be fascinated. I think, you know, are there of the story that are still a mystery to you like what's at the top of your list of things you want to continue to dig into the biggest mystery to me is why he killed himself. Still. I think we're fairly confident at this point that he was messed up on on K to the very powerful dangerous drug that can cause all kinds of psychotic reactions. But was there something underlying that you know, what was it? What was it? And I just don't I just don't know when I like to know. Of course, we'll probably never know. I mean, there was the fact that other inmate told us that he couldn't have lived in prison being outwardly gay, and he was out at of course, two days before that how much did that play in it. Did he just go into that? He went into a two day. Drug Jagua found out on this K two in and it seemed to ultimately end with his with his death, and Bob you were actually at the press conference when the results of the testing of Aaron's brain when the results were presented by by..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"The question of whether CTE played a role in Aaron Hernandez's violence is now a matter for the courts for so long prior us finding finding out Aaron's diagnosis. I can't tell you how much I struggled with what I could have done differently. What could've what could've should've done Jose Baez, a lawyer for Hernandez family when I was finally told what his condition was it all made sense to me last year bias filed a lawsuit against the NFL for Hernandez's fiancee daughter. The suit claims the league failed to protect Hernandez from the danger of concussions. There's nothing worse than a brain injury. You have no control over many things. There's nothing a sickness in. The brain is worse is against you know, the NFL can't hide behind their shield. They think they can. But they really can't you're asking B's individuals to sacrifice their brains for a game. And you know, the results of those actions and the second base starts a manifest the the symptoms of of damaging their brains. You cut them loose. And I don't and I don't believe the NFL should do that to its players. Baya's lawsuit is still pending, and there are many many more active lawsuits related to football brain damage with a lot of money at stake concerns about head injuries and football. Go back to the late eighteen hundreds the premier place to play football. Then was the Ivy league. In nineteen oh five at least eighteen players died on the football field. Often from skull fractures. That prompted Columbia and northwestern to drop their teams, then president teddy Roosevelt stepped in. He was a big outdoors who believed modern society making men soft and football could toughen them..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"It took a long time for C T E to become mainstream news, but now than it has that's hurting football. Pop Warner leagues are seeing a decline in membership. Even some NFL players are billing out one of them is Chris Borland. He's no twenty-seven the same age Aaron Hernandez was when he died. Is it a one split second of darkness, and then a moment? Ground and awake. When Borland was a high school sophomore. He got a concussion in a football game. And I kind of stumbled to the sidelines right near the trainer and she knew right away that I'd been concussed but Borland went on to play in the NFL just like Hernandez and he believes he suffered many more concussions. He just wouldn't report them because he'd learned early on about Wally pip, Wally pip was the first baseman for the Yankees who set out with a headache one day. And Lou Gehrig's steps in a first base and sets the record for consecutive games started. So that's a lesson that coaches try to teach players in other words, come out of the game. And you may never go back in as a result players will stay in by any means necessary. Even if that means playing through pain or with a head injury for years Borland didn't worry about how all those collisions might be affecting his brain. Not until his third year at the university of Wisconsin where he played college football led to the tragic death of a beloved athlete junior. Say Al was found dead in his southern California home of an apparent suicide junior. Ceo was a linebacker for the New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers in two thousand twelve when he was forty three years old, he shot himself in the chest junior was beloved by everyone gregarious, and that his own TV show and seemed like he had the, you know, everything in his world was was going his way. So that was the first time where I was taken aback and in thought well sale is one of twenty NFL players who've taken their lives since two thousand five his family believes he killed himself the way he did. So he could preserve his brain five brain specialists have since said CEOs brain had CTE Chris Borland kept playing college ball after graduating he signed with the San Francisco forty Niners, but his concern. About his brain kept nagging at him. So he did some research. I started from a place where I didn't know it CT stood for and as I began to read about it. And learn about it. I just had a really difficult time justifying continuing. Players with for more likely to develop not only C T, but dementia and AL s and other horrible debilitating nerve genitive diseases still Berlin had a great season with the NFL. He was even named a defensive rookie of the month. But then he reached a conclusion I said, yes is going to be it. I can't justify continuing to do this Borland walked away from a contract worth nearly three million dollars at a phone conversation. One by one with people that were important to me in life. And I felt like they were coaches and a couple of ministers and fellow teammates where I felt the need to tell them beforehand. I expected it to be a story. But not what it became. I thought I'd be it'd be a story on ESPN one day or maybe a series of interviews, and I found myself on CBS this morning and then face the nation. And it became almost a national story. We don't need to be incredulous as to why people who've hit their ten thousand times or suffering later in life. I think for the sake of the next generation we can act now but action will require overcoming some deep rooted ideas about football Borland remembers that when he was a teenager a new helmet came out.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"When I started playing football in the eighties. There wasn't a vocabulary for concussions. There was you got your Bill room? You got a stinger. You're blowing snot bubbles you got shit can or you got you got plowed over. A few concussions. Absolutely anytime you like even see stars or anything like that. I think they're saying that that is a concussion Brandon Lloyd, Dane, Fletcher were teammates, Aaron Hernandez as a matter of fact, it was more a right of passage to get a stinger to get up and be dizzy and culture of football suggests that you rub some dirt on it you shake it off. And you don't be a wuss about it. And you get back out there on the football field and continue playing enough concussions know that when I am concussed AI blackout. And then be I have the best dreams in my life. You know, just the craziest dreams I've ever thought. When people think of their can cuss them like pay attention to your dreams tonight. Like, you're gonna be doing circus flips in your head. It's going to be wild are cringe now. Cringe now when I see those hits, but when I was suited up on the sideline cheer those type of hits. When my team was deliver them to the other team. That's what the game is all about. That's the culture of football is to take out other players. Take out the best player on the team. And the most violent way is the culture of football. It's scary. I mean, you you just see it. And the the stats are there. And that's why I came back to Montana started, my gym, you know, in work for something everyday to keep my mind, busy as much they can sit at home and just think about you know, how my body's corroding. But if you ask Lloyd and Fletcher, if the do it all over again, knowing what they know now. It's so worth the risk to be out there playing to make a million dollars to go to the NFL. And then you get to NFL, and it's still worth the risk to make more money. And then you add on to it the fan base and the ego associated with all this. I know how stubborn I was as a kid. You know, it's it's hard for me to tell some kid not to follow their dreams. The risk of injury. And football is always there football players in general way, much more than they did decades ago. Some players say on field collisions feel like being in a car crash or multiple car crashes on every play of every game. For years. The NFL said there was no link between CTE and football. But the league has finally started to admit to a connection the year before Aaron Hernandez died. Dr Mckee addressed a congressional panel about CT and the other thing I really want to emphasize is it's not about concussions. It's about limiting head injury. Head injury that occurs on every single play of the game at every single level of this game. To me what our job is to maintain the health of these soon after Mckee finished speaking and NFL spokesman on the same panel publicly acknowledged for the very first time a relationship between CT football. It wasn't admission. Many people have been waiting years to here. And it came in response to a question from Representative Jan Schakowsky. Is there? Because we we've arrived. That you know that was not the unequivocal answer three days before the Super Bowl by Dr Mitchell burger. I'm not gonna speak for Dr Berger. He's speaking for the NFL, right? You ask the question is whether I thought there was a Lincoln. I think certainly based on Dr mckie's research there's a link because she's found CT in the number of retired football players might I think that the the broader point and the one that your question gets to is what that necessarily means. And where do we go from here with that information? Despite knowing the medicine, the NFL didn't to neither Shihri consequences of concussions and sub concussions. That's Kenneth Cole pan Boston lawyer, he suing Aaron Hernandez is a state on behalf of the family of Daniel day. Abreo one of the men Hernandez was charged with killing in that Boston double homicide. Hernandez was acquitted in that case. But there was strong evidence. He played at least some role in their deaths. I asked Copan why thinks the NFL denied football's effects on the brain for so long protecting their product protecting your product. This research has been there since.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"Explain. Individual. Explain behavior, but. She said CTE severely affects the parts of the brain that controlled judgment impulse control social behavior and emotional regulation, whether Aaron Hernandez's brain damage affected, his actions is a question with serious implications. Not just for NFL players, but for every football player, and it's controversial doctor mckee's report triggered an immediate debate here in Boston. Since her big announcement, Dr Mckee has stopped talking publicly about Hernandez. She wouldn't speak with the globe for this story. When I asked to interview her a university spokeswoman said the only thing she won't talk about is Aaron Hernandez, but another neurologist would he died with a very sick brain, Dr Sam Gandy works at Mount Sinai hospital in New York, he's an expert in head trauma. And he's looked at the scans of Hernandez's brain. I have no idea of knowing how long is brain had been that impaired. But that brain was ravage devastated. There's a lot still not known about CT like what it's risk factors are what type of hits 'cause it would quantity of hits and whether genes play a role. There's also a lot unknown about the Hernandez case, but the C T E that I've seen and Aaron Hernandez's brain is not subtle. It's really quite. Severe. It's impossible for me to look at the severity of CC, and Mr Annan, his brain and not think that that had a profound effect on his behavior and his behavior fits with what we know about CT Hernandez was quick to lash out notorious for his bad, judgment and plagued by paranoia. But another Boston University researcher says a seat. He connection is not so clear cut. This is Dr Bob Cantu. Interesting to think that impulsive and he's one of the hallmarks of CT. But I think if you'll reflect on some of the things he did. Anywhere. Out the murder of Loyd. Prosecutors say that killing was planned. He was taken to a remote area and shot execution style. Or maybe Aaron Hernandez drug use helps explain his troubling behavior. Not his CT. There's another important thing to point out of all the brains Boston University, researchers have examined not one of those brains with the exception of Aaron we're involved with homicide, my knowledge, they all had CT. So I think I'll just leave it at that..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"That's center has studied the brains of more than three hundred thirty dead football players from a podium with a big screen behind her Mckee, displayed images of two different brains. One was an ordinary twenty-seven year olds the other was Aaron Hernandez. To see. The nets jump into digital with perforations in damage like this to the septum was forty six years old. So he's some twenty years younger what he's presenting what he's finding Mckee said, Hernandez heady dramatic case of CT, that's chronic traumatic encephalopathy the disease can only be diagnosed after death because it requires removing the brain analyzing its tissue, and it's believed to be caused by just one thing repeated hits to the head, according to official tallies. Aaron Hernandez suffered two documented concussions during his football career one in high school and one with patriots. But he started playing tackle football when he was eight years old. So there's no doubt. He took many other hits to the head that were never recorded. In the images. Dr Mckee showed the difference between the healthy, brain and Hernandez was obvious. When a brain has CT, some parts of its shrink others, become enlarged in certain areas. There's a build up of a protein found in Alzheimer's patients and Aaron Hernandez's brain had all those problems every place. Philly loved to was classic T. We also saw evidence of previous micro hammer or Michael something associated with head impacts because of injury all of these five repetitive brain trauma. They were about two dozen journalists in the room with Dr Mckee, my spotlight calling Bob holder was one of them. He asked pointblank..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"From the Boston Globe. And wondering, I'm Bob holder. And this is cloudy later an investigative series about Aaron Hernandez and football. This is the sixth and final episode, beauty and violence. We begin this series of questions about Aaron Hernandez about why he did what he did. And who could have stopped him with heard about how people who oversaw his football career, including coaches and agents seem to look the other way, even as he spiraled out of control. But there was another way that football changed Aaron Hernandez one that could only be verified after his death in life. He was a muscular two hundred and forty pounds in death. The most important part of his body became his three and a half pound brain, my colleague from the spotlight team Sasha Pfeiffer picks up the story here. Hernandez family arranged for his body to be brought back to his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut for a funeral and they made a decision that ultimately had huge implications. They gave permission for his brain to be studied. Boston corner removed Hernandez's brain and send it to a research laboratory outside the city. It was a secret of operation to avoid attracting public attention. The brain was brought into the lab through an underground tunnel system and only three people there new who's bring it was. Then it was cut into slices stained with a special die and examined under microscope..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"Broke his former teammates were getting ready to take a trip to the White House. No team has been this good for this long. The patriots won the Super Bowl a few weeks earlier, the fifth under the team's owner, Robert Kraft. He's built a culture dedicated to winning and he started it with his coach. And I wanna tell you that is some special man now they lined up on the south lawn as President Trump singled out, some of the players in a specially the coach for praise it's called the patriot way. And that really starts with coach Bela check, and I want to thank all of you for being with us. The patriots are an incredible organization and this Super Bowl victory was a complete team effort. That's the beauty of. Of what they do. They win as a team. We have a brief statements read on behalf of Aaron Hernandez's family, but days later in about three hundred and forty miles away a spokesperson for the Hernandez family stood outside of Bristol funeral home to give very different statement, the family of Aaron Hernandez wishes to thank the public forts thoughtful expressions of condolences family wishes to in New England and beyond reactions ranged from disbelief. It's very hard for me to accept the fact that he may have committed suicide, we are keeping an open mind. That sounds like at all not the earned that I know to anger. He didn't have to kill himself. He did cheap way out and sick and tired of going online and seeing all these people with the our piece for Aaron Hernandez goldenvoice family wants him.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"When the interview took a different turn attentive plans books. Great. We'll let's get back to. Your next guys haven't heard about this. We know that McPhee and been reporting on Hernandez for a while. And he was a regular subject of conversation between hosts Kirkman Eoghan and Jerry decision Kirk. I think I know what you'll say. But this is rumor this airmen and is rumor which is so juicy I wanna get the rumor was about Hernandez sexuality, something we can certainly play with the days. Go on. I'm not sure how comfortable Michelle is talking. A hey, let's tease away. And that's what they do say that Aaron Hernandez was a former tight end before he was kicked off the field as well. Yes. Any prison lifestyle. He's probably doing McPhee would later Cole. Her choice of words inelegant such as Aaron Hernandez is known to kick with both feet. There you go while that's big. We know some inmates at Sousa Baranovsky heard that broadcast, but we don't know of Hernandez ever did. The next day. April eighteenth, Hernandez makes phone calls in the evening as usual. He calls seven people before bed. The last is his fiance. Shana Jenkins at seven fifty nine pm Hernandez is locked in his cell the guard on duty for the evening does his are really rounds then at eleven pm another officer Gerard, bro arrives for his shift on block t to for the overnight. He does his rounds at eleven than at midnight. Then at one AM, he never breaks his stride. Never looked in Hernandez cell window. Never points his flashlight in under department of correction. Rules guards must see living breathing flesh on every round at three. Oh, three AM, bro. Ox by Hernandez cell and something catches his eye. There's a sheet covering the cell door window. He knocks on the door. No response, he manages to yank the sheet down and sees Hernandez hanging from the bars in his window broke all the code ninety nine inmate hanging another officer helps him open the cell door, which is jammed. The floor is covered in shampoo. So they can barely gain their footing as they rushed to pull Hernandez down. His lips are already blue. And he is naked. He's written. John three sixteen on his forehead in blood. That's the verse that reads for God so loved the world that he gave his only son that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life on the desk. There's a bible open to that. Same. Passage and red writing on the walls one guard puts wrist restraints on Hernandez. It takes multiple men to hoist up his two hundred forty pound frame and two sets of shears to cut the nodded bedsheet from around his. Neck, the I said isn't sharp enough once they get him down, bro. Does chest compressions as long as he can than other guards takeover? They move him down to the first floor entrance. When the paramedics arrive a guard puts leg irons on Hernandez for the ride. At four zero seven AM Aaron.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"Daniel daybreak you and Severo for Tato after a night out at a club with Hernandez in the car that night. Was Alexander Bradley, his former friend and drug dealer and the man Hernandez allegedly shot in the face in Florida. The motive for this murder was a perceived disrespect over drink being spill that's prosecutor Patrick Hagan few believe Alexander, Bradley, and even the corroborating evidence from some of the other bouncers in the club that Aaron Hernandez had this propensity to be almost snap at the drop of a hat, and that he would be paranoid and think people were in his words trying him. I don't know anyone other than Alexander Bradley who witnessed a spilled drink. That's defense attorney Jose Baez again, none of the surviving. Cape. Verdeans saw. That no one in the club saw that not a single person were they able to find that came forward and said, yeah, I saw somebody spilled drink on Aaron Hernandez says Bradley cut a deal with prosecutors to save himself from murder charges and that the story about a spill drink was made up. Prosecutors say Hernandez and Bradley were together in a silver SUV with Rhode Island plates that night one of them was driving the other one pulled the trigger. But who was who police found that car a year later in Bristol in the garage of Hernandez cousin Tana singleton? So the question for the jury wasn't whether Hernandez was in the car that seemed obvious, but whether he was the one who actually fired the gun, my colleague at the globe. Travis Anderson covered that second trial. He said broadly came with some obvious problems as a key witness Alexander, Bradley, also, of course, had a very lengthy crew. History, a lot of drug charges, and and the like, and the defence exploited that thou text messages between Aaron and Bradley were Bradley was saying Aaron, you know, listen, I've got wolves on deck. You know, you know, suggesting I've got I've got people, you know, who who can take you out that kind of thing talked about the guns the arsenal that sort of thing. The defense, you know, constantly sort of habit at this idea at that second trial that you know, Bradley was the killer. Hernandez lawyers tried to get his family to come to court to support him. But his mother never showed up. She said she couldn't take another trial. His brother went once Shanna Jenkins was a constant presence one day. She brought their daughter and Hernandez blew her a kiss. Early in the preceding the defense, suddenly became worried. Prosecutors were going to come out with a surprise in court that Hernandez had had relationships with men. Everybody was really angry. That's George leeann tire. We were angry not because we thought that it would have a material affect on the facts of the case. But number one angry that they were going to try to turn this case into a circus and number two how wrong it was legally aside from morally in my opinion to try to use this as a way to try to convict someone Hernandez's defense team felt they had to warn his fiancee. This could happen and Hernandez was upset. His concern. Always was. What the impact on somebody who he loved and who truly loved him and had stood by him all these years and. How her she would be? And that was his main concern about the Gatien in the end his sexuality. Never did come up in court. There are job sites that make you wait for the right candidates.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"While Hernandez was on trial. The patriots won Super Bowl. The team road through Boston streets on dunk boats to celebrate pass throngs of cheering fans. The parade ended at city hall less than a mile from the jail where Hernandez used to watch those boats from his cell window. As the trial went on prosecutors described carefully orchestrated execution style, killing they said, Hernandez had arranged to meet Odin Lloyd the night of the murder, then drove him to a remote area and shot him six times. Police found keys to a car. Hernandez had rented in the dead man's pocket. And there were surveillance video from inside Hernandez's house showing him carrying what appeared to be a gun shortly after the murder one thing they couldn't establish a motive. But it didn't seem to matter after deliberating for six days. The jury reached its verdict. Is the defendant not guilty of murdering earthly grading or guilty of murder in the second degree. Letter in the first degree. The jury found the crime was not premeditated. But they did find evidence of extreme atrocity will cruelty. Hernandez dropped into his chair his face blank Jenkins sitting behind him cried. Uncontrollably. Odin Lloyd's mother seated on the other side of the gallery cried to after the trial on the steps of the courthouse. She thanked her heavenly master for Justice being served. Hernandez was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Life was about to change big time for Aaron Hernandez eight days after he was found guilty of murder. Hernandez was transferred to Sousa Baranovsky Correctional Center. It's a maximum security prison, forty miles west of Boston a sprawling place surrounded by razor wire. And it was nothing like the Suffolk County jail at Sousa inmates spent about twenty hours a day in their cells stiffening the place to be the maximum of the state. Horrible place period. Darryl Jones knows a lot about Sousa Baranovsky. He just got out of prison after thirty two years for a wrongful murder conviction. The last nine years he spent at Sousa he'd see Hernandez in the hall now, and then and sometimes in the visiting room. He lived actually originally own gray side, I live on the green side. So you live on different size. They separate the gains. And so the Latin kings, and bloods and different games. Live on that side and GD's and Crips live on the green side. He was always respectful to me out respect what him in speaking. It wasn't like AM to big Spiegel. We didn't speak he spoke. So he was cool. We don't get to hear from Hernandez directly after this. The department of correction would not release phone tapes from his time at the max, they also refuse to let us visit the prison. But we did learn about his life there from hundreds of pages of records. We were able to obtain and from people close to Hernandez for one thing. He started getting in trouble almost immediately within his first few weeks. He was caught with the fresh tattoo on his neck. He also served as a lookout during a fight. He got sent to the whole segregated from all the other inmates for ten days in two years at Sousa. He was moved to twenty three different cells, Darryl Jones says that's a lot prison. Records say Hernandez was a member of the bloods Jones says it was more likely to Latin kings, Hernandez wrote letters asking to be assigned to certain cellblocks at one point. He asked for cellmate because he was lonely alter no, avail, Jose Baez. His defense lawyer says Hernandez got other inmates attention because of who he was well prisoners are going to test. Did you all the time, and they're going to try and make a name for themselves and Aaron was a target for that Erin constantly had to be on guard for that? And lucky for him. May was no pushover at first tornadoes wanted to hire by his to appeal. The Odin Lloyd conviction. We'll Aaron wrote me when he was in jail, and he asserted his innocence after a conversation with them pretty much leave it out for him. And I said, listen, the olden Lloyd appeal is great, and you have some issues here. But it doesn't mean anything if you lose this Boston case. And if you lose his Boston cases coming next to impossible to get you out. So in February of two thousand seventeen Hernandez hired by his along. With the local lawyer, George leeann tire to represent him in.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"For your family. Go hernandez. By November two thousand fourteen he's been in two different jails over sixteen months as he awaits his murder trial. But meanwhile, outside the Massachusetts, prisons and courts the world is turning its back on the football star places that once celebrated him now practically deny he ever existed at the university of Florida a break outside the football stadium inscribed with Hernandez his name is removed. Pop Warner strips his name of a list of youth award recipients and patriots fans are allowed to switch out there. Number eighty one Hernandez jerseys for those of their other favorite players. It's critically important. It's just the it's just a statement that we don't support murderers and gangs had Aaron Hernandez jersey, which I actually pre-ordered and sucks because my name is Louis Hernandez, which now I can't even wear that jersey. No more exchange for grant. Even in his hometown of Bristol. Where Hernandez was a high school sports star the removing all traces of them in a phone. Call his mom tells him into central yester- and got your plaque. We're getting your plaque for the people that took him down. Versus central. In public Aaron Hernandez was basically silent from the moment of his arrest. His lawyers did the talking he did not take the stand during his trials and court appearances, Hernandez seemed brooding almost stone-faced, but we got a chance.

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Gladiator: The story of Aaron Hernandez

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Gladiator: The story of Aaron Hernandez

"Those fourteen who suicide made big headlines. I in the England boxes to kaitlin Gosling. She has the latest details as well as reaction. Palin. Aaron Hernandez was discovered dead in his prison cell by corrections officers in surely Massachusetts. Just after three o'clock this morning, a story went national Wiki news, Aaron Hernandez, the former patriots tight in committed suicide, Ellen Hernandez who was found dead in his prison isolates what was discovered written on errands, Hernandez head when he was found in that cell. On that early morning in April of two thousand seventeen Hernandez became one of a number of famous ex football players who've taken their own lives. Did his brain injuries from football contribute to his downfall? How did as many secrets, including about his sexuality shape the course of his life, Aaron Hernandez went from a star athlete to a convicted murderer to a suicide victim. What could anyone have done to prevent it. That was just a preview of gladiator, Aaron, Hernandez and football link to hear the rest of this episode subscribe to gladiator, Aaron Hernandez, and football Inc on apple podcasts, wherever you listen to podcasts or find a link in the episode notes.

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Globe's Spotlight Team Partners With Wondery for Aaron Hernandez Podcast

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Globe's Spotlight Team Partners With Wondery for Aaron Hernandez Podcast

"Of two thousand seventeen Hernandez became one of a number of famous ex football players who've taken their own lives. Did his brain injuries from football contribute to his downfall? How did as many deep secrets, including about his sexuality shape the course of his life, Aaron Hernandez went from a star athlete to a convicted murderer to a suicide victim. What could anyone have done to prevent it? That was just a preview of gladiator, Aaron Hernandez, and football Inc to hear the rest of this episode subscribe to gladiator, Aaron, Hernandez, football, Inc on apple podcasts, wherever you listen to podcasts or find a link in the episode notes.

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Aaron Hernandez was sexually abused as young boy, report says

CBS Sports Radio

08:45 min | 2 years ago

Aaron Hernandez was sexually abused as young boy, report says

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"It's the third quarter of Super Bowl. Forty-six second, and do the New England. Patriots are ahead, ten to nine star quarterback, Tom Brady gets the ball. And fires a pass to the patriots tight end. In the end zone, the tight end pretends to unlock a Bank vault reaches inside, grabs an armful bills and throws them in the air. I was at that Super Bowl as a sports writer for the Boston Globe. I remember thinking, here's another showboating football player, but this wasn't just another spectacular athlete. This was Aaron Hernandez, a man who earned millions as the star of the New England, Patriots, and who would be accused of murdering three people. I said, Aaron, I'm hearing some things about, you know you in this Mur a man who spiraled out of control all while elite coaches and others in the football business. Look, the other way police led former patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez out of his mansion. In handcuffs this morning, a shirt covering his chest and orbs at his arraignment this afternoon, the state charged Hernandez with murder, saying he orchestrated the killing of an associate Odin Lloyd. From the Boston. Globe, in one degree comes in new podcast, gladiator, Aaron, Hernandez, and football Inc. I'm your host reporter, Bob holder together with my colleagues on the global spotlight team of been investigating the Erin Hernandez story. We wanted to know how he went from star athlete to kill her to suicide victim. What happened to Aaron Hernandez, shake someone like that. Like how do you not know you're in a bad situation in who might have prevented a jobs to help them the best person he can be filled miserably? What is his brief rise and tragic fall? Tell us about America's game. There's players assaulting women off the field subscribed today on podcasts. See there's always something going on with that team.

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'Little Red' 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions

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00:35 sec | 2 years ago

'Little Red' 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions

"Morning to you MTA gown WBZ news top stories now New Hampshire police are actively investigating after a teenager or. Shot, at as he entered a. Portsmouth home looking for a party well it was the wrong house apparently he had the. Wrong address and started. The homeowners who were. Asleep at a time. T was not injured any book by Aaron Hernandez's lawyer is out it's called. Unnecessary roughness inside a trial and a final days of Aaron Hernandez the book includes three. Suicide notes Hernandez road the night before he died and in taxes some school systems are helping illegal immigrant children

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We've changed, Uber tells court in London license battle

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:27 min | 2 years ago

We've changed, Uber tells court in London license battle

"The streets of london uber's top brass testifying in the london courtroom arguing the ride hailing app has cleaned up its act since having its london operating license renewal rejected last september among other things it says it's now investigating more than twenty five hundred of its drivers here for such alleged offenses as sex assault stalking and dangerous driving the hearings will take three days the ultimate outcome could take years in the meantime some forty thousand dubar drivers remain on london's roads vicki barker cbs news london there's just enter the wbz newsroom there was a minor earthquake overnight a magnitude of one point three in norfolk it occurred around two thirty earlier this morning well the woman engaged to former patriots tight end aaron hernandez has given birth to a baby girl sources tell tmz shana jenkins hernandez who has a previous child with hernandez gave birth in rhode island hospital last week the father of the child is reportedly dino guilmette an amateur boxer from providence bbc news time six forty in an emotional new interview roseanne barr says she definitely feels remorse for the racist tweet that prompted abc to cancel the revival of roseanne in tearful podcast was spiritual leader rabbi shmole bo teach the embattled star claims her comment that likened former obama adviser valerie jarrett to a person created by the muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes was misinterpreted on thursday abc announced it will air a ten episode connor families sitcom without bar in it bbc news time coming up on six forty one time.

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