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  1. dilluminati

    Rolling R-word's (Trademark Pending) updates..

    The Redskins GM's wife accused an ESPN reporter on Twitter of trading sexual favors for scoopshttp://www.businessinsider.com/wife-accuses-espn-reporter-of-trading-sexual-favors-for-scoops-2015-9 On Wednesday, Black Sports Online reported that Jessica McCloughan, the wife of Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan, accused ESPN reporter Dianna Russini on Twitter of exchanging sexual favors for information and of being her husband's "side chick." Russini was the reporter who broke the story that Kirk Cousins was replacing Robert Griffin III as Washington's starting quarterback for this year. Here's McCloughan's original tweet, which has since been deleted. The account has been deleted as well: Deadspin reports that the account most likely belonged to McCloughan, considering her son's account had tweeted at it, as well as the wife of another Redskins employee. A Washington Redskins PR person immediately denied that the account had truly belonged to McCloughan. Then, just a few hours ago, McCloughan released a statement owning up to the tweet and offering an apology. Here's the statement in full from Jessica McCloughan via the #Redskins. pic.twitter.com/tFRdNWEffQ — Brian McNally (@bmcnally14) September 3, 2015 ESPN also released its own statement: "Dianna is an excellent reporter who should never have to be subjected to such vulgar comments. We are obviously extremely disappointed by today's developments."
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    Rolling R-word's (Trademark Pending) updates..

    The circus that never lacks the sideshow.
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    Rolling R-word's (Trademark Pending) updates..

    Redskins players are fighting each other in practice now Washington Redskins receiver Andre Roberts and cornerback Bashaud Breeland exchanged blows in front of cameras during the team’s practice on Wednesday. According to reports Breeland was covering Roberts when the receiver dropped a deep pass from quarterback Colt McCoy and tumbled to the ground. As the two were jogging to the sideline, Roberts took his helmet off, confronted Breeland, and the two began punching each other before teammates quickly intervened. Looked like Roberts/Breeland got tangled up during pass drill. Breeland got kneed in groin. Later words exchanged. 1st punch from Roberts 11:21 AM - 10 Dec 2014 CSN Washington reporter Tarik El-Bashier said following the fight reporters were told the open period had ended and were asked to leave the field. The Redskins are riding a five-game losing streak heading into Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. The Redskins fell to the Giants 45-14 earlier this year, are currently on their fourth starting quarterback change, are in a state of constant turmoil, and they are now trying to beat themselves. (video at link below) http://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/12/redskins-players-are-fighting-each-other-in-practice-now better video here http://washington.cbslocal.com/2014/12/10/tension-boils-over-andre-roberts-bashaud-breeland-throw-punches-at-redskins-park/
  4. I'm waiting to see how his fiance handles this, if she cuts her loss and claims: 1.) Not married and Not commonlaw wife 2.) Goes for child support while money exists 3.) Or better yet has joint account access and drains the funds, then... after the fact argues the above with the defense when the bill is due
  5. A wedding could shield Hernandez’s fiancée from testifying http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/06/26/a-wedding-could-shield-hernandezs-fiancee-from-testifying/ The lengthy summary of evidence from prosecutor Bill McCauley on Thursday included an allegation that Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée initially was cooperating with police. But then, per McCauley, Hernandez called and told her to stop talking to the police. She complied. This raises an important question as the case unfolds. If Hernandez and his fiancée get married before trial, will she be able to refuse to testify against her husband? Under Massachusetts law, the answer is yes. “A spouse shall not be compelled to testify in the trial of an indictment, complaint, or other criminal proceeding brought against the other spouse,” the law states regarding the concept of the spousal privilege. Massachusetts law also recognizes the concept of spousal disqualification, which prevents a spouse from testifying about communications occurring during the marriage — even if the spouse wants to. And so, if Hernandez and his fiancée get married, she can refuse under Massachusetts law to testify. There’s also a chance, albeit slim, that Hernandez and his fiancée can claim to have a common-law marriage. Application of the spousal privilege would be far cleaner, however, if Hernandez and his fiancée get married.
  6. Damn your right.. The attorneys get it all in the long run~ My bet is that the fastest judgement will go to the child support unless the assets are frozen which seems unlikely as the assets are legitimate the fiance has first dibs on the money and might not want to spend it on a defense if she knows he is guilty, she might throw him under the bus for the money
  7. Judge awards money for child support for the 8 month old child and then the attorney for the fiance and teh attorney for the defense fight it out for the monies "if any" my guess being about 2.5 million after liquidation of assets and anything the guy with the shot-out eye might get in a judgement, (which would follow and be second to the child support ruling) so that guy is screwed also
  8. On contracts: Laughing.... http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/patriots-release-aaron-hernandez-significant-salary-cap-financial-154044125.html From a salary cap perspective, Hernandez was scheduled to count $4.073 million against the Patriots' salary cap this season. That figure was comprised of a $1.323 million in fully guaranteed base salary, up to $118,000 in "per game" roster bonuses, an $82,000 workout bonus and $2.55 million in signing bonus proration. The "per game" roster bonuses are non-guaranteed and long gone, which leaves signing bonus proration ($2.5 million from last year's signing bonus plus $50,000 from his 2010 signing bonus) and the workout bonus. There have been conflicting media reports about the level of protection the Patriots received regarding the $2.46 million in fully guaranteed base salary that Hernandez was due over the 2013 and 2014 seasons. An arrest might void those guarantees, but Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported last week that the clauses doing so are not present. Because the release of Hernandez occurs after June 1, the cap hit will be spread over the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Here's the annual breakdown: 2013: If the base salary guarantees in the contract do void, Hernandez will have a $2.632 million cap figure, a cap savings of $1.441 million for the Patriots. If the base salary guarantees — $1.323 million in 2013 and $1.137 million in 2014 — do not void, Hernandez will count $5.092 million against this year's cap, an increase of $1.019 million. 2014: The final three years of signing bonus proration — $7.5 million — are scheduled to accelerate onto the team's 2014 cap. According to salary cap data maintained by "Shutdown Corner," the Patriots were $8.33 million under their adjusted cap number of $129.152 million for the 2013 season. The Patriots could eventually receive cap credits if they successfully recover portions of Hernandez's signing bonus, which is where the financial aspect of Wednesday's release comes in. Hernandez received a $12.5 million signing bonus from the Patriots last August. Of that, $6 million was paid out immediately, $3.25 million was paid on March 31, 2013, and the remaining $3.25 million was scheduled to be paid on March 31, 2014. $2.5 million of that bonus applied to the team's 2012 salary cap, so $10 million is the most the Patriots could recover from last summer's signing bonus. By releasing Hernandez, however, the Patriots may have made it more difficult for them to recoup any of the bonus money they've paid to him over the last four seasons. Patriots will pay him 2.5 million to sit in jail while the lawyers fight this out http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000213873/article/examining-aaron-hernandezs-new-england-patriots-contract (this reported last week) In almost all situations, when an NFL player is suspended, he forfeits all of the future guarantees in his contract. Even if a signing bonus or base salary is guaranteed for skill, injury and salary cap, a "failure to perform" or "failure to practice" clause makes those guarantees null and void. In a surprising twist, this appears not to be the case with the five-year, $40-million extension signed by New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in August of 2012. Upon close reading of his contract language -- and after confirming the development with an expert -- the "failure to perform" or "failure to practice" clause that appears in similar Patriots extensions is not present. This means Hernandez might be able to keep nearly $2.5 million of the deal, even if legal troubles prevented him from taking the field. This could have a serious effect on Hernandez if he is ever suspended by the Patriots or the league for his connection to an ongoing homicide investigation in North Attleboro, Mass. Exactly what does this mean? According to his amended contract, Hernandez is guaranteed a total of $16 million. Of that, $9.25 million in a signing bonus already has been paid, with the final $3.25 million due in March 2014. The rest of it comes in guaranteed base salaries for the 2013 and 2014 seasons, along with $1 million total guarantees in workout bonuses for the 2014 and 2015 offseasons. According to Paragraph 32(d) of his amended contract, the workout bonus is "null and void" if the player fails to report. That "failure to report" clause is the one not present in the sections for his base salaries. In almost all other contracts, it would be. That means, even if he is suspended or unable to report for any reason, the Patriots still might be on the hook for $1.323 million in 2013 and $1.137 million in 2014. It's unclear why the "failure to perform" or "failure to practice" clause is not present in Hernandez's contract. Thanks to the missing clause, Hernandez might be able to keep monies that normally would have been voided even if he's not able to practice or play. For instance, the NFL recently won a grievance to show a suspended player's guarantee was no longer guaranteed after a suspension of four games. Hernandez's deal does have offsets. If he's eventually cut and another team signs him, his new salary would cut into the $2.5 million he's guaranteed to be paid by the Patriots. Neither Hernandez's representatives at Athletes First nor members of the Patriots administration were available for comment. Follow Ian Rapoport on Twitter @RapSheet. My bet is that there is a 4 way fight: Fiance with child wants the money Attorney representing him in criminal court wants the money Attorney representing the legitimacy of the money wants the money patriots want the money And hernandez wants canteen allowance and cigarettes
  9. went from mansion with house cleaners to drinking out of his toilet
  10. from a millionaire to an animal in a cage, wow.. now they just put him in a cage, lock the door and walk away with the key. no SNF, no TNF, no football... just a prison cell Yeah but murder w/out bail is the exclamation mark
  11. I think the charge of murder is the one that eclipses the other, murder and without bailPro Bowl to Prison and the Eagles with all them TE's on the roster
  12. From millionaire to doing dubious stuff for a twinkee in prison.. Dumb.. left the Pats in a mess (pro bowl to prison)
  13. http://www.breitbart.com/system/wire/DA75JJ001 (AP) Hernandez charged with murder, cut by Patriots By HOWARD ULMAN AP Sports Writer The New England Patriots didn't wait for Aaron Hernandez's legal troubles to play themselves out. Two hours after police arrested Hernandez but before he was charged with murder in court on Wednesday afternoon, the Patriots cut the tight end who had signed a five-year deal with New England just last summer. "Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation. We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing," the team said in a statement. "We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do." Hernandez was taken from his home in handcuffs early Wednesday, more than a week after a Boston semi-pro football player was found dead in an industrial park a mile from Hernandez's house. He was arraigned later in the day and charged with murder. Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old member of the Boston Bandits, was found slain June 17. Officials ruled the death a homicide but did not say how Lloyd died. The NFL released a statement expressing sympathy to Lloyd's family. "The involvement of an NFL player in a case of this nature is deeply troubling. The Patriots have released Aaron Hernandez, who will have his day in court," it read. "At the same time, we should not forget the young man who was the victim in this case and take this opportunity to extend our deepest sympathy to Odin Lloyd's family and friends." The 23-year-old Hernandez was an All-American at Florida and part of a tight end duo in New England that was among the league's most productive. But heading into the 2010 NFL draft at least one team said it took him off its draft board _ refusing to select him under any circumstances _ and all of the other teams in the league bypassed him repeatedly as he fell to New England in the fourth round. Afterward, Hernandez said he had failed a single drug test in college _ reportedly for marijuana _ and was up front with teams about it. Ever since he became entangled in the investigation into Lloyd's death, other off-field issues have become public. A South Florida man filed a lawsuit last week claiming Hernandez shot him in the face after they argued at a strip club. The man, who lost his right eye, told police after the February incident that he did not know who shot him. The Boston Globe reported that Hernandez lost his temper and threatened teammate Wes Welker during an argument in the team's weight room shortly after being drafted. Hernandez became a father to a daughter on Nov. 6, and he said it made him think. "I'm engaged now and I have a baby. So it's just going to make me think of life a lot differently and doing things the right way," he said. "Now, another one is looking up to me. I can't just be young and reckless Aaron no more. I'm going to try to do the right things, become a good father and (have her) be raised like I was raised." The loss of Hernandez deprives the Patriots of the second half of one of the league's best tight end tandems. Fellow Pro Bowl selection Rob Gronkowski has had five operations this offseason on his back and broken left forearm. Hernandez was chosen for the Pro Bowl in 2011, when he caught 79 passes for 910 yards and seven touchdowns. He missed 10 games last season with an ankle injury. In 38 games over his three NFL seasons, the 6-foot-1, 245-pound Hernandez has 175 receptions for 1,956 yards and 18 touchdowns. Last summer, the Patriots gave Hernandez a five-year contract worth $41 million just months after the team locked up Gronkowski through 2019. "Aaron's improved a lot," Patriots coach Bill Belichick said at the time. "He's worked hard, he's improved a lot in all phases of the game _ the passing game, the running game, protection and his overall versatility. He's doing a good job for us." Despite the size that makes him a capable blocker, Hernandez has the speed and moves of a wide receiver and is elusive after making a catch. Born in Bristol, Conn., Hernandez played at Bristol High School before attending Florida, where he won the John Mackey Award as the nation's best tight end as a junior in 2009. He was college teammates with two current Patriots _ quarterback Tim Tebow and linebacker Brandon Spikes on the team that won the national championship in 2009. Hernandez had shoulder surgery in April, but was expected to be ready for training camp. The Patriots did not say which shoulder was operated on.
  14. I was awaiting that outcome also, or a barricade situation, the guy seems to be willing to shoot
  15. Dude has gone from Patriots to Perp-walk... Tebow, God has intervened