Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey came home with not only a loss to the New England Patriots, but also a grand jury subpoena from the Massachusetts State Police.
The Miami Dolphins started out the 2013 season with a 3-0 record, but after four straight losses; the team is teetering on the edge of having a once-promising season spiral out of control.
The New England Patriots continued to win Sunday night, but the win could come with a heavy cost that could help open the door for the Miami Dolphins.
Things may be going from bad to worse for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the offense he leads.
In less than a year, Aaron Hernandez has gone from signing a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract with the New England Patriots to being indicted for first-degree murder for the death of a semi-professional football player.
The Miami Dolphins continued to take small steps forward offensively in the team’s second preseason game, but the Fins will need to show some quick improvement by the time the season rolls around because it looks like the rumors of the New England Patriots’ demise were a little premature.
While his former teammates will be gathering for training camp, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will make another court appearance in his first-degree murder case.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was denied bail again Thursday on first-degree murder charges for the death of Odin Lloyd. As the second bail hearing was underway, new details about a double-murder from last year may implicate Hernandez again.
Conflicting reports continue to emerge in the ongoing homicide case that is threatening to derail the career of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
New England Patriots tight end has allegedly been directly tied to the homicide of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd in Massachusetts, according to Fox 25 in Boston.