The man who is suing Aaron Hernandez and claiming the New England Patriots tight end shot him in the face told responding police the night of the incident he was shot by “both black and Hispanic males,” according to a police report obtained by USA TODAY Sports.
Alexander S. Bradley, a 30-year-old Connecticut native who is the plaintiff in the suit against Hernandez, initially told police he didn’t know who shot him but then provided the description of the two males to Officer Alex Mack, according to the 17-page report. Bradley then said he didn’t want to talk anymore because it hurt, the report stated. When he refused to cooperate with investigators later at the hospital, police deemed his case to be inactive.
The NFL has fined New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady $10,000 for his slide into Ed Reed in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens.
The action taken by the league was first reported by NFL.com.
During the final minute of the first half, Brady slid to the ground at the end of a scramble with his legs raised up. He hit Reed, who was not injured, but the slide angered some on the Ravens sideline, but not Reed.
Reed’s teammate Bernard Pollard was less diplomatic.
“When you slide, obviously, quarterbacks know when they slide, everything is on the ground,” Pollard told USA Today on Monday. “He knew what he was doing … Hopefully, the NFL will do something about it.
The San Francisco police are investigating a sexual assault allegation involving 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree that allegedly occurred in a hotel room after the 49ers’ playoff game against the Green Bay Packers.
Crabtree has been interviewed with his lawyer present and has cooperated with the investigation, the statement said. Crabtree agreed to be available for more questions. According to, The New York Times.
According to TMZ, NY Jets superstar Antonio Cromartie — the dude with 10 kids (and 2 on the way) — is in danger of losing the house he bought with his mom back in 2006 … right AFTER he became a multi-millionaire … TMZ has learned.
Cromartie is being sued by the Bank of NY … for allegedly blowing off $105,381 in missed mortgage payments on an 864 sq. foot home he bought in his hometown of Tallahassee, Florida in November ’06.
According to Zillow.com, Cromartie bought the house for $135k. Docs show he co-signed on the loan with his mom right after he was selected in the 1st round of the 2006 NFL Draft … and they locked in on a ridiculously high 9.7% interest rate.
Bank of NY claims Antonio stopped making payments in 2010 … and now it wants a judge to force the Pro Bowler to hand over the keys to the property AND make good on his mortgage payments … plus interest.
We’re guessing the bank is aware of the MASSIVE contract he signed with the Jets last year … 4-years, $32 million … which probably isn’t that much considering he’s got 12 mouths to feed … plus baby mamas.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky and his wife Tiffany welcomed triplet sons; Noah Patrick, Hunter Daniel and Madden Lesher were born Wednesday December 28, 2011; however, the triplets were born six weeks early.
According to Sporting News, “It is very similar to what everyone describes it as—it is a surreal feeling,” Orlovsky told reporters Thursday. “It was really emotional for my wife and I, but we are very excited and we’re looking forward to it. It is an amazing experience.”