Former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez found guilty of first-degree murder


Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez looked on impassively Wednesday as he was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole, a new low for a young man who once enjoyed a $40 million pro-football contract and now stands convicted in 

Believe it or not, there's a college football connection outside of the University of Florida to the Aaron Hernandez situation. Hernandez, of course, was convicted Wednesday of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility

Aaron Hernandez may have had the potential to be a great football player, but when we talk about the tragedy of wasted potential following his conviction on first-degree murder charges, it should no longer be about how many more touchdowns he could

Found guilty of first-degree murder, Aaron Hernandez has been sentenced to spend life in prison without parole: Judge Garsh sentences Aaron Hernandez to MCI Cedar Junction for life with no chance of parole. — WCVB-TV 

Found guilty of first-degree murder, Aaron Hernandez has been sentenced to spend life in prison without parole: Judge Garsh sentences Aaron Hernandez to MCI Cedar Junction for life with no chance of parole. — WCVB-TV