Aaron Hernandez has been punished for a physical altercation with another inmate by being relocated to a more isolated part of the Bristol County Jail where he must spend 23 hours a day and eat meals in his cell, according to a local report.
An uncle of Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end charged with murder, was operating a motor scooter under the influence of alcohol and drugs when he crashed in August and was killed, police said Friday.
The Bristol County House of Correction's gang intelligence unit has finished its evaluation of Aaron Hernandez and Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told ESPN he's not as concerned as he expected to be when he saw the number of tattoos on the former Patriot's body.
Tuesday morning, Doug Gottlieb and Herman Edwards host from the Bristol, CT studios on ESPN Radio, ESPNRadio.com and ESPN2. Two-A-Days continue Monday with the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots. Help Mike & Mike with their predictions by rank...