Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was found not guilty in the murders of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday.
Ex-Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to seven charges at his Wednesday arraignment on two counts of first-degree murder.
Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was formally indicted early Thursday on two counts of first-degree murder stemming from a May 2012 incident in Boston where two men were killed.
Aaron Hernandez is facing charges of assault and battery and threats to do bodily harm for his alleged jailhouse beating of a fellow Bristol County inmate in February.
TMZ reports Aaron Hernandez is being investigated for "allegedly threatening to shoot and kill a guard" at Bristol County Jail in late 2013.
Aaron Hernandez is facing assault charges for his role in a February prison fight.
Aaron Hernandez has been reassigned to a more restrictive unit of Bristol County Jail following his Tuesday fight.
TMZ reports incarcerated former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez attacked another inmate at Bristol County Jail on Tuesday, and "beat the guy up pretty good."
The Taunton Daily Gazette reports prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez case won't call Carlos Ortiz, once believed to be the star witness, to the stand to testify as a witness at all.
A search warrant has been released that explains why Boston police suspect Aaron Hernandez in a 2012 double homicide.
Aaron Hernandez has been indicted by a grand jury with first-degree murder in the killing of Odin Lloyd.
Sources tell ESPN that the Patriots do not intend to pay Aaron Hernandez an $82,000 offseason workout bonus due Aug. 1.
According to the Associated Press, court documents indicate Carlos Ortiz told Massachusetts authorities that Aaron Hernandez admitted to Ernest Wallace that he fired the fatal shots in the murder of Odin Lloyd.