New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (81) is unable to make the catch in the first half of the AFC championship game against the Baltimore Ravens at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

Aaron Hernandez destroys phone, more updates

New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez is locked in a murder case, and I don’t buy the reports that he isn’t a murder suspect one bit. I mean, Sports Illustrated has reported that he will “likely” be arrested, even though a report from the Boston Globe stated that an arrest isn’t imminent. Yet another report from the Globe stated he will be arrested for something other than semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd’s murder, and the reports keep coming with several contradicting themselves.

But here’s the most recent thing we have, and it’s a new report from ABC stating that Aaron Hernandez has done some things that only a guilty man would do. Per Michele McPhee, Hernandez broke his security system, which includes footage from a video camera, and his lawyers also handed over his cell phone to investigators with it being “in pieces”. Hernandez had to have smashed them both intentionally, and this case continues to spiral into what will be a worse conclusion for Hernandez; it is hard to believe that he wasn’t at least an accomplice.

On Monday, ABC reports, Aaron Hernandez also hired cleaners to scrub through his house, and now investigators have another warrant to search Hernandez’s mansion. Hernandez has not been ruled out as a suspect, but I will go a step further and say that he is a suspect. All of this- and the information of events leading up to Odin Lloyd’s murder) are undoubtedly very suspect.

And then there is the fact that he reportedly may have gotten into an altercation with a New York Jets fan last season, was questioned in a murder probe as a Florida Gator, and that lawsuit is the least of his worries right now but still a definite event on the horizon.

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