Guy Who Paid $289 For An Aaron Hernandez Jersey Doesn’t Want His Wife To Know

Guy Who Paid $289 For An Aaron Hernandez Jersey Doesn’t Want His Wife To Know

Now that New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been accused of murder, there are likely plenty of fans willing to unload their jerseys with his name on them. But who would be into owning a piece of memorabilia with such a connection? A whole lot of people, it seems. At least one has sold for $289 on eBay, and that seems to be somewhat of a bargain price. [More]

New England Patriots Offering Exchanges For Some Aaron Hernandez Jerseys Next Weekend

New England Patriots Offering Exchanges For Some Aaron Hernandez Jerseys Next Weekend

With NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez arrested on murder charges, some New England Patriots fans aren’t exactly happy they spent a lot of money buying an official Hernandez jersey. Thus, the team says it will allow people who purchased their jerseys through the official team store or website to refund their jersey next weekend. [More]

Sorry Rob Gronkowski, The NFL Shop Can't Spell Your Name

Sorry Rob Gronkowski, The NFL Shop Can't Spell Your Name

New England Patriots rookie Rob Gronkowski is reader Alison’s new favorite player. Unfortunately, the NFL Shop sent her a jersey with the man’s name spelled incorrectly. Now they say they’re out of female jerseys and suggest Alison just keep her chin up and wear the (free) misspelled jersey. [More]

StubHub Releases Names Of 13,000 Ticket Resellers To Patriots

StubHub Releases Names Of 13,000 Ticket Resellers To Patriots

The New England Patriots last week received the names of 13,000 people who bought or sold Pats tickets through StubHub. Season ticket holders are rightly concerned that the Pats may now revoke the subscriptions of those who circumvented the Pats’ own Ticketmaster-run system.

Attention All Coaches: Belichick's Cheating Is A Business Expense

Attention All Coaches: Belichick's Cheating Is A Business Expense

According to the WSJ Law Blog, the common consensus is that Patriots coach Bill Belichick will be able to deduct his $500,000 cheating fine as an “ordinary and necessary business expense.” Hooray?