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NFL: Rick Ross Seeking To Play For The New England Patriots?!


Rapper Rick Ross met with New England Patriot’s owner Rob Kraft over the weekend. Could it be that Ross is interested in playing for the NFL? Hit the jump for details.

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NFL: Aaron Hernandez’s Lawyers Try To Have Murder Charge Dismissed, Judge Says No Way!


These lawyers were bugging to even think this would work but I guess they really had nothing to lose. Aaron Hernandez’s lawyers attempted to have the murder charges against their client dropped regarding the death of Odin Lloyd. Hernandez’s lawyers argued that prosecutors hadn’t shown probable cause to sustain the murder charge against Hernandez in the death of Odin Lloyd and hadn’t presented any evidence or motive for the slaying. There actually is quite a bit of evidence against the former Patriots star and the judge was not having that.

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NFL: Rex Ryan on the Jets: The Patriots ‘Need to Worry About Us’


Rex Ryan is being Rex Ryan.  We’re getting closer and closer to the 2014-15 NFL season which means you can expect some golden quotes from the New York Jets coach.

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NFL: Rex Ryan on Bill Belichick: ‘I don’t believe the one guy up in New England’s got all the answers’

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After picking up two second round picks that didn’t make it with the New England Patriots, New York coach Rex Ryan says they could very well make it with the Jets.  While many consider Patriots coach Bill Belichick a football genius, Ryan couldn’t care less if the players didn’t make it with him, according to him that doesn’t mean they won’t still be great.

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NFL: Rob Gronkowski Progressing in Patriots Practice


As has become an annual tradition, Rob Gronkowski is spending his offseason recovering from major surgery and partying like a rock star. Apparently, the New England Patriots are OK with his approach, and he looks to be progressing well in his rehab from reconstructive knee surgery.

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(Photos) NFL: Report, Jail Officials Say Media Is Wrong, Aaron Hernandez Has No New Tats


No new tats, so says jail officials regarding Aaron Hernandez. It was rumored that he had gotten some new ink while being locked up and the new tats might of been clues as to his role in any of the crimes he is currently held for. Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson says that investigators searched Hernandez’s body after reports surfaced that new ink appeared on his hand after he started his stint in Bristol County Jail. Some reports had suggested that the tats on the back of his right hand that read, “CBS/WBS IWBTG” — were administered illegally while behind bars. But in these pics you can clearly see he had the same tats all along. Media looks for anything to make a story out of but in this case they were way off. Hit the jump.

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NFL: Patriots WR Danny Amendola in Trade Talks


The New England Patriots did pretty well last season despite Tom Brady not having his usual weapons to throw to.  They did sign wide receiver Danny Amendola who is a great player but is also known for being injury prone.  Now it looks like they might trade him.

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NFL: Patriots’ CB Alfonzo Dennard Reports to Jail, Expected to Serve 35 Days

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There’s a Patriots joke I can implement here but I’ll refrain.  New England Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard reported to jail this morning and is scheduled to stay there for the next 35 days.

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NFL: None of Aaron Hernandez’s Former Teammates Have Visited Him in Jail


Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is currently in jail being held without bail as he awaits trial for the murder of his former friend Odin Lloyd.  Hernandez has been in jail for eight months and a total of ZERO teammates have visited him in jail.

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NFL: Rob Gronkowski & New England Patriots May End Up Parting Ways in 2015


Oft-injured New England tight end Rob Gronkowski, who most recently had his season ended last month due to torn knee ligaments, could end up being one of the NFL’s top bargains, even considering all of the time he has missed due to health problems. Gronkowski, who signed a new deal prior to the 2012 season that was commonly represented as the highest-ever at his position, could in fact end up averaging just over $4 million a season for the Patriots and could be gone by the 2015 season.

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