NFL players have churned reactions to Aaron Hernandez’s suicide

The sports universe awoke to news that Aaron Hernandez, a former Patriots star parsimonious finish who was convicted of murder in 2015, committed self-murder in his Massachusetts jail dungeon early Wednesday morning.

NFL players and celebrities took to amicable media to share their reactions to a 27-year-old’s death, that comes only 5 days after he was clear in a apart double-homicide case.

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Aaron Hernandez committed self-murder in his jail dungeon Wednesday morning.

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Dolphins lineman Mike Pouncey, who played with Hernandez during a University of Florida, bid an romantic farewell to his crony in an Instagram post. Pouncey, who had publicly upheld Hernandez given his 2013 arrest, kept in hold with a ex-Pat around his time in jail. Prosecutors in Hernandez’s double-murder hearing used phone transcripts of a review between a dual in a Commonwealth’s box opposite a former New England player.

To my crony my brother! Through thick and skinny right or wrong we never left any other’s side. Today my heart hurts as we got a worse news we could have imagined. It was only a day ago we common a final convo. we will perpetually skip we and adore we bro. we will accommodate again rest easy! ❤️🙏🏽

A post common by Mike Pouncey (@mikepouncey) on Apr 19, 2017 during 5:11am PDT

uncey wrote. “Through thick and skinny right or wrong we never left any other’s side. Today my heart hurts as we got a misfortune news we could have imagined. It was only a day ago we common a final convo. we will perpetually skip we and adore we bro. we will accommodate again rest easy!”

Aaron Hernandez’s former agent: ‘No chance’ he committed suicide

Other NFLers, such as former Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor and Jets defensive finish Claude Pelon, wished Hernandez would rest in peace. Xavier Nixon, a giveaway representative who also played with Hernandez in college, called him his “bro.” Rapper Snoop Dogg called a news “sad.”

Aaron Hernandez, a former New England Patriots NFL football player, was found passed in his jail dungeon from what officials announced was a suicide. He was 27. Five days before a jury found Hernandez not guilty for a double carnage of dual immigrants guned down in a 2012 drive-by shooting, yet he was still portion a life judgment for a 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.

But some, like former NFL linebacker and radio horde Ike Reese, did not seem sensitive about Hernandez’s death.

(@Ike58Reese around Twitter)

“Aaron Hernandez, #HeGone!!!!” Reese wrote, after deletion a tweet.

Brian Murphy, Hernandez’s former agent, assimilated ex-Jets star Antonio Cromartie and others in voicing guess about Hernandez’s suicide.

Tragedy of Aaron Hernandez is a many lives he destroyed

“Absolutely no possibility he took his possess life,” Murphy wrote on Twitter. “Chico was not a saint, though my family and we desired him and he would never take his possess life.”

“I suspicion he was about to interest his case. Wow,” Cromartie tweeted with emojis denoting skepticism.

Rev. Jesse Jackson pronounced he had Hernandez’s family in his thoughts.

“Pray for a essence and family of Aaron Hernandez,” Jackson wrote.

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