Sport Newspaper confuses Keith Hernandez for Aaron in headline

06:22  21 april  2017
06:22  21 april  2017 Source:   Sportsnaut

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Keith Hernandez is alive and well contrary to what one newspaper would have you believe. According to Deadspin, The Brandon Sun in Canada reported on the death of Aaron Hernandez on Wednesday and ran an Associated Press version of the story. They decided to create their own headline but

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Don’t worry, folks. Keith Hernandez is alive and well contrary to what one newspaper would have you believe.

According to Deadspin, The Brandon Sun in Canada reported on the death of Aaron Hernandez on Wednesday and ran an Associated Press version of the story. They decided to create their own headline but screwed up and wrote “Keith Hernandez.”

Keith Hernandez, of course, is the former Mets MVP first baseman, not the former Patriots tight end who was in prison for murder.

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The Brandon Sun, a newspaper in Manitoba, printed the Associated Press story in its paper this afternoon. Unfortunately, when putting a headline on the brief story, it accidentally printed Keith Hernandez , the former St. Louis Cardinals Report: Notes Found In Aaron Hernandez 's Prison Cell.

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What happened?: Aaron Hernandez went from talented Patriots tight end with a bright future. to a life sentence in prison. On Wdnesday morning, the saga came to a shocking end as the 27-year-old wa found hanged in his cell. How did it come to this? Let's look back and track the rise and fall of his career. Timeline of the rise and fall of former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez

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Aaron Hernandez was an expert at misleading people during his 27-year life, which is why so many were shocked to learn that the he was capable of murder. Rapoport, who now works for NFL Network but covered the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald when Hernandez was with the team, spoke with Peter King of The MMQB about Hernandez this week. Rapoport said he was actually quite friendly with Hernandez, and he shared one very chilling story about a conversation he had with the former Patriots tight end when they first became familiar with one another.

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