Aaron Hernandez

Weekend Notes
What Did They Know? What Can They Learn?
What Did They Know? What Can They Learn?
Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction will absolutely not change the way teams assess players with off-the-field problems. But there is one lesson teams can take away. Plus, why the Vikings should move Adrian Peterson, why the Chargers should deal Philip Rivers and why concerns about Jameis Winston are very real
By Greg A. Bedard
Business of Football
On Prospect Maturity, Domestic Violence and Players We Don’t Know
On Prospect Maturity, Domestic Violence and Players We Don’t Know
By Andrew Brandt
Weekend Notes
The Young Dinosaur
The Young Dinosaur
After back-to-back losing seasons for the first time as New York Giants head coach, 68-year-old Tom Coughlin had no interest in walking away from coaching. He’s even less interested in changing his ways
By Greg A. Bedard
Open Field
Aaron Hernandez, an Enigma on Trial
Aaron Hernandez, Enigma on Trial
During my years covering the Patriots, I never quite knew what to make of the sometimes genial, sometimes volatile young star. A visit to his trial brought those old feelings back
By Greg A. Bedard
Business of Football
The Stories of 2013, Off the Field
The Stories of 2013, Off the Field
From the concussion settlement to a high-profile murder, there was plenty for the league, front offices, agents and players to contend with beyond the gridiron
By Andrew Brandt
The Season
Contenders Need Some Catching Up
Contenders Need Some Catching Up
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By Peter King
Postcards From Training Camp
Fixing a Hole
Fixing a Hole
The loss of tight ends is all the talk in New England, but don't expect the Patriots to be conventional in how they make up for it
By Peter King
3Q Interview
‘I Have Moved On’
‘I Have Moved On’
Tom Brady’s first words on Aaron Hernandez, and playing—he’s serious—past 40
By Peter King
Open Field
In Bill They Trust
In Bill They Trust
Counting out the Pats after a tumultuous offseason? You might want to rethink that
By Greg A. Bedard
Business of Football
When the Phone Rings at 4 a.m.
When the Phone Rings at 4 a.m.
It’s the call every team executive dreads. What happens, and where the Patriots go from here
By Andrew Brandt