Aaron Hernandez Seemed Like a Levelheaded Individual

Aaron Hernandez, formerly of the New England Patriots, committed suicide in prison after being sentenced for murder. That being said, you’re not going to believe this but he exhibited “erratic and troubling” behavior during his time on the Patriots. The Boston Globe detailed Hernandez’s psychotic behavior in an investigative series.

“There would be swings where he’d be the most hyper-masculine, aggressive individual in the room, where he’d be ready to fight somebody in fits of rage,” said former Patriots receiver Brandon Lloyd. “Or he’d be the most sensitive person in the room, talking about cuddling with his mother. Or he’d ask me, ‘Do you think I’m good enough to play?”’

Maybe Hernandez was just trying to let everyone know he had both a masculine and sensitive side. And that he loved cuddles. Especially with mother.

“He is looking at me wide-eyed,” Lloyd recalled of Welker, “and he says, ‘I just want to warn you that (Hernandez) is going to talk about being bathed by his mother. He’s going to have his genitalia out in front of you while you’re sitting on your stool. He’s going to talk about gay sex. Just do your best to ignore it. Even walk away.'”

Sounds weird written out, but I thought it was normal to have guys swinging their dicks in your face talking about gay sex in the locker room? No? Just me?

“(Hernandez) was out at the walk-through in flip-flops trying to run around,” Lloyd said. “He was laughing. He was loud. And Tom keeps it serious in the walk-through. And Tom says, ‘Shut the f— up. Get the f— out of here.”’

And I bet Tom Brady wouldn’t tolerate any inch of Hernandez’s penis in his face either.

Fletcher told The Globe that one day Hernandez confronted him in the locker room, laughing at him “like the Joker in Batman” and reminding Fletcher how much he disliked him.

Fletcher cursed at Hernandez, who responded by saying, “But here’s the deal. I respect you.” Fletcher said, “I started laughing because for once he was the bigger man than me. That broke the shield between us.”

But Fletcher also said it was apparent to him and other players that the presence of Hernandez’s ex-convict friends from Bristol, Connecticut, was a red flag.

Fletcher was this close to Hernandez’s hit list and he didn’t even know it.

In all honesty, Hernandez’s case hopefully gets the NFL to take a much deeper look into CTE. Right after they get to the bottom of this much more important kneeling situation.

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