As the Patriots hurtle towards the American Football Conference championships this weekend, the Attorney General’s office is warning fans not to fall for ticket scams.
For high profile games like the AFC Championships or the Super bowl demand for tickets goes up, and with it, the opportunity for scams. The AG’s office reminds local fans not to let themselves be tricked just to get a real-life glimpse of the grid-iron. If you missed out on regular tickets don’t go to sites like Craigslist to find one.
Yesterday was a pivotal day in the life of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. He was charged with murdering a friend and fired from the team all in the same day. Rhode Island Public Radio's Flo Jonic was on hand for his arraignment in Attleboro District Court.
Aaron Hernandez was dressed in the same clothes he was arrested in: a white, v-neck tee shirt and red shorts. He showed no emotion as Bristol County prosecutor Bill McCauley laid out the state's case against him.
Harvard University is partnering with the National Football League on a $100 million research project looking into serious health problems among NFL players. The initiative announced in today's BostonGlobe will focus on 1,000 retired NFL players to better understand and potentially treat a wide range of physical ailments.