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Police are confident that Aaron Hernandez had the means and opportunity to kill Odin Lloyd, and believe they have sufficient evidence of each.

Motive, however, has been a mystery throughout the investigation of the former NFL star, though a second case has given police a new angle.

Aaron Hernandez Handcuffed

Officials think Lloyd may have had information about Hernandez that the tight end felt would destroy his relationship with his fiancee and the Patriots.

There are several operating theories, but a prevailing one is that Lloyd "mouthed off" to Hernandez about "secrets" Aaron had told him in the past.

Those secrets, police believe, concern Aaron's involvement in drugs and his involvement in several violent incidents - possibly two other murders.

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After defeating the Boston Bruins to win the Stanley Cup this week, the Chicago Blackhawks took out a full-page ad in the rival city's Boston Globe.

The purpose: To thank the Bruins, their fans and Boston itself.

Bruins Open Letter

Pretty classy gesture by the Blackhawks, especially after celebrating their Cup victory on Boston's home ice with a dramatic Game 6 clincher.

Win like men, lose like men. Both goals can certainly be elusive.

But based on the contents of this letter, it appears the members of both NHL finalists did just that, along with the fans of the 2011 champion Bruins.

Good sportsmanship at its finest. Refreshing, wouldn't you say?

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The murder case against former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has shocked the country, but those who know him well say to reserve judgment.

Aaron Hernandez Arrest Photo

He was a fun-loving teenager at Bristol Central High School, where he followed in the footsteps of his older brother, D.J., a tight end at the University of Connecticut.

Some recall him struggling with the death of his father, Dennis, in 2006, but staying determined to become a pro athlete, spending hours working out before and after school.

As Bristol police assist Massachusetts investigators, arresting one local man as a fugitive from justice, the community is left to ponder the fall of the hometown hero.

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Lance Armstrong says he doped because everyone else did, winning was impossible without it, and he's only scrutinized because he was the best at it.

Lance Armstrong Running

The disgraced cyclist's admission to Oprah about using performance-enhancing drugs tried to appear apologetic, but a lot of people didn't buy it.

Now that time has passed, Armstrong is being a lot more direct in an interview with France's Le Monde, admitting that he "didn't invent doping."

He was just better at it than everyone else.

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New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez may be only slightly better at throwing a football than Tim Tebow, but he's a lot better at making scandalous headlines.

We can thank his rigorous offseason training regimen for that.

An online video of Sanchez dancing naked (or at least bare-bottomed) with two scantily clad women in Napa Valley, Calif., has surfaced on Vine.

  • Mark Sanchez Shirtless
  • Alana Kari Photo

Alana Kari, the cleavage-baring babe featured in the clips, is the one who uploaded the partying videos to her Vine account before deleting them promptly.

Thank you, Alana.

The video, in which you can see Mark Sanchez shirtless and dropping trou amidst music, wine bottles and smoke, can be seen after the jump:

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Sorry, Boston. Kris Humphries is your problem now.

In the biggest trade of a crazy NBA Draft, the ex-husband of Kim Kardashian was dealt to the Celtics as part of a Brooklyn Nets package that also includes Gerald Wallace and three future picks.

In exchange? The Nets picked up future Hall of Famers Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.

Humphries

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Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is being investigated for two additional murders, a shocking new report from ABC News indicates.

The NFL tight end, who police believe murdered Odin Lloyd this month, and who was cut from his team Wednesday, may be linked to a recent drive-by.

Aaron Hernandez Tattoos

Aaron Hernandez spent the night in jail after authorities led him from his North Attleboro, Mass., home and then charged him in the murder of Lloyd, 27.

Lloyd's body was found in an industrial park about a mile from Hernandez's house, and officials believe the football player orchestrated his execution.

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In the wake of the shocking Aaron Hernadez murder case comes this:

Cleveland Browns rookie Ausar Walcott was charged with attempted murder after allegedly punching a man outside of a New Jersey bar early Sunday.

Ausar Walcott Photo

Walcott, was charged with first-degree attempted murder, second-degree aggravated assault and third degree endangering an injured victim, police said.

The linebacker was arrested Tuesday morning on the above criminal counts after he turned himself in to police; his bail was set at $500,000 cash.

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Eva Longoria's ex Tony Parker has confirmed he’s engaged again.

The San Antonio Spurs star, 31, has been in a relationship with Axelle Francine, and dropped the big news in a chat with fans on Twitter this week.

When asked what was his favorite thing to do to unwind after a game is, the Frenchman replied: “Spend time with my fiancee.” We can see why ...

Axelle Francine, Tony Parker

Francine, a French journalist, was recently photographed in a romantic embrace with the basketball star after the Spurs won the Western Conference.

The pair reportedly began dating in early 2012.

Longoria, 38, filed for divorce from Parker in late 2011, citing “irreconcilable differences” amid rumors of infidelity, after about three years of marriage.

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Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, who was charged with murder yesterday, not only planned out a man's killing but the concealing of evidence.

Hernandez, police believe, drove Odin Llyod to a remote spot in an industrial park in the dead of night following a feud at a nightclub three nights earlier.

There, he "orchestrated his execution," prosecutors believe.

Aaron Hernandez in Court

Lloyd, 27, was found near his Massachusetts home.

Hernandez pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and five firearms charges, including possessing a large-capacity firearm, more than a week later.

 A judge ordered him held without bail.

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