Aaron Hernandez Suffered From ‘Severe’ Case Of C.T.E. At Time Of Death, Report Says

Former New England Patriots TIght End Aaron Hernandez, who was convicted of murder in April 2015 and committed suicide in his jail cell in April of this year, was suffering from a severe case of the degenerative brain disease that has been linked to concussions among former N.F.L. stars in recent years: The brain scan came as a surprise even to researchers who for years have been studying the relationship between brain disease and deaths of professional football players. Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end and a convicted murderer, was 27 when he committed suicide in April.

Surgeon repeatedly PUNCHES his nurse girlfriend in China

Disturbing moment Turkish president's bodyguards attack Kurdish protesters, leaving them a bloodied mess outside ambassador's Washington residence during leader's visit to meet Trump Aaron Hernandez's 'prison lover' demands to see third suicide note 'left for him' as he hits back at former Patriot's fiancee who said he wasn't gay and the relationship behind bars was 'bull' Murderer, 45, who ate an epic last meal totaling 5,000 calories is executed by lethal injection after a final minute stay is turned down Air Canada flight from Jamaica to Toronto is diverted to Orlando after passenger 'attacked the crew with coffee pots, tried to open the cabin door and yelled it would only take one guy to take the plane down' Ousted FBI chief James Comey claimed in write-up of dinner with Trump that President asked him to 'LET GO' investigation into National Security Adviser Mike Flynn because 'he's a ... (more)

Democrats: Congress stiffing city on Donald Trump’s security

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is set to appear in court in Boston in connection with the shooting deaths of two men in 2012. Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has appeared in court in Boston as a judge met with attorneys to prepare for his upcoming trial in the 2012 shooting deaths of two men.