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NFL issues statement on Aaron Hernandez arrest

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03:07 PM ET 06.26 | The Aaron Hernandez saga took a rather swift turn Wednesday morning as the New England Patriots tight end was arrested by Massachusetts State Police and then, consequently, released by his former team. The NFL publishing an official statement commenting on the situation from the league's point of view following Hernandez's release:

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Police near Hernandez's home, Winslow Townson Police near Hernandez's home, Winslow Townson
June 26, 2013  03:14 PM ET

I was wondering what would happen first, the arrest or the release.

June 26, 2013  03:54 PM ET

Between this, Ausar Walcott and a few others, Goodell will be having ulcer surgery any day.

June 26, 2013  04:18 PM ET

They must be pretty sure he's guilty. Usually teams say "Innocent till proven guilty," & the player just reports to work & lets the justice system handle the case.

June 26, 2013  04:20 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Between this, Ausar Walcott and a few others, Goodell will be having ulcer surgery any day.

Pretty sure right now ole Rog is complaining that handling this sort of @#$%@#$% wasn't in the job description.

Thoughts and prayers to the family of Odin Lloyd.

June 26, 2013  05:03 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Thoughts and prayers to the family of Odin Lloyd.

+1

 
June 27, 2013  12:49 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Between this, Ausar Walcott and a few others, Goodell will be having ulcer surgery any day.

Nah, he's up to his neck in fish and chips and bad teeth.

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