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Patriots player Aaron Hernandez charged with murder in semi-pro football player's slaying

ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) -- Patriots player Aaron Hernandez charged with murder in semi-pro football player's slaying.

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tlynn - 6/26/2013 2:37 PM
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That certainly is a nice chunk of change! Whew!

Gunny48 - 6/26/2013 2:25 PM
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Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reported earlier this week that if Hernandez were released, "the team likely would be able to recoup or avoid paying all but $2.5 million of the $12.5 million signing bonus (he gets to keep the $2.5 million portion from 2012). Hernandez also may have to forfeit $50,000 in signing bonus money he received up front from the rookie contract he signed in 2010. If Hernandez is released, the Patriots would get salary-cap relief for each year that he does not play — potentially from 2013-16. He has a salary-cap number of $4.073 million this year, and $4.2 million next year. But the formula for refunding the cap would be complex, and as another league source said, 'I don’t think anything like this has ever happened before.' ” (From Comcast)

Gunny48 - 6/26/2013 1:54 PM
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What is the dollar loss for this idiot?

tlynn - 6/26/2013 12:37 PM
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What a shame! He had a great career, and many more years ahead of him…Guess though we shouldn't be surprised of the National Felon League…uh, National Football League.
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