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NFL 2013

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by alexasgaudet, Oct 5, 2013.

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    Whoever came up with the idea for a Peyton Manning Jersey jersey exchange deserves a raise.
    A condominium rented by former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez contained incriminating items that police believe link him to the murder of Odin Lloyd, according to court documents obtained
    The documents show police discovered a white hooded sweatshirt and a baseball cap that police source say match what Hernandez was seen on surveillance video wearing the night he allegedly orchestrated the murder of Lloyd with two other men Dallas Cowboys Jersey.

    Police also found three different calibers of ammunition, including .45 caliber ammunition, the same kind used to kill Lloyd, a semi-pro football player discovered dead June 17 in a North Attleborough, Mass., industrial park near where Hernandez lived with his fiancé and baby.

    Carlos Ortiz, 27, who was arrested in Bristol, Conn., and identified by Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter as one of three men allegedly involved in Lloyd's death, was cooperative with investigators during an interview on June 25, according to search warrant affidavits filed in the case.

    "Ortiz did confirm that he was with Aaron Hernandez on the night in question. Ortiz then went on to explain that Hernandez has another address that not many people know about Seattle Seahawks jersey,'' Massachusetts State Trooper Michael Bates wrote in the affidavit. Ortiz called it a $1,200-a-month "flop house for Hernandez,'' the affidavit states.
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