Sunday, 30 June 2013

Fourth Down & Out - Aaron Hernandez

Listen to my appearance on the DundeeNFL.com podcast talking about Aaron Hernandez along with the illustrious Boston resident, Russ Goldman with his take on the sorry situation involving our tight end.

Here is the link, my segment starts after 16minutes:

http://www.dundeenfl.com/2013/06/29/fourth-down-and-out-aaron-hernandez/

Follow the guys on @DundeeNFL
Russ Goldman @Russ_Goldman
and me @JamieGarwood

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