Sport Hernandez once told NFL reporter, 'I'll kill you'

21:45  21 april  2017
21:45  21 april  2017 Source:   yardbarker.com

Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison

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Among the people Hernandez deceived was NFL reporter Ian Rapoport. But I just want you to know, if you f— me over, I ’ ll kill you .” I sort of laughed a little bit, and I said, “Don’t worry, I got you , I ’ ll take care of you .”

Before Aaron Hernandez was accused of committing murder, he reportedly threatened the life of an NFL insider. In an interview with Sports Illustrated’s MMQB.com, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, who covered the Patriots for the Boston Herald

Aaron Hernandez once had a chilling exchange with a reporter. © DeHoog/Sports Imagery/Getty Images Aaron Hernandez once had a chilling exchange with a reporter. 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. Among the people Hernandez deceived was NFL reporter Ian Rapoport.

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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NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport once had an extremely uncomfortable exchange with Aaron Hernandez when he was a beat reporter for The Patriots. But I just want you to know, if you f— me over, I ’ ll kill you .” I sort of laughed a little bit, and I said, “Don’t worry, I got you , I ’ ll take care of you .”

The MMQB posed that question and more to reporters from Hernandez ’s days with the Patriots and Gators, and while most insisted that, while they knew of his checkered past, they never could’ve But I just want you to know, if you f*ck me over, I ’ ll kill you .’ TAGSAaron Hernandez NFL .

There weren’t a lot of guys that were just hanging out in the locker room, especially during those years, so we would hang out and we would talk. When we first exchanged numbers, he called me over and said, “Hey I just want you to know, you’re my guy. If you need anything let me know, I will help you out if I can. But I just want you to know, if you f— me over, I’ll kill you.” I sort of laughed a little bit, and I said, “Don’t worry, I got you, I’ll take care of you.” It was me and this other reporter from CBS Sports, WIlliam Bendetson, and he was standing there and had listened and we kind of turned to each other and both laughed. And then the first text I got after it became clear that Hernandez was the suspect in the murder investigation was from William Bendetson, who was like, Hey remember that day in the locker room?

Whether Hernandez was joking or not, this is a man who later turned out to be a convicted murderer.

The fact that Hernandez was able to live a double life while leaving so many people clueless is amazing. That’s the main reason we have seen reactions like this one in the wake of his suicide.

Attorney: Inmate believes Hernandez left him a note, gifted a $47,000 watch .
Attorney Larry Army Jr. told reporters that he believes Aaron Hernandez left a suicide note for his client and intended to leave the man a substantial gift. Army said Monday that his client, inmate Kyle Kennedy, believes he was the intended recipient of one of Hernandez's three suicide notes. However, Army has declined to describe the relationship between Kennedy and Hernandez.

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