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    I think a contract should be null and void should a player get involved in the type of mess Hernandez is in. All money should be held back pending his trial. If convicted he should get nothing. If its proved that he was involved in the other double murder last year then he should have to payback the signing bonus to
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    Wow, they're gonna fight Hernandez? I don't know if I'd take that course of action...unless he's handcuffed, of course. Well, even then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCHOF View Post
    I think that he was paid $9M + last year. After taxes and agent fees he probably cleared $4M. His defense will cost $2-3M if not more.

    And if he goes to jail for life, he'll obviously have no chance to ever make money again.

    So depending on how this all turns out, the Pats might not even waste the effort to go after him knowing that they are unlikely to get anything in return.
    The ever almighty holy grail that is cap space... even if they don't get the physical money back at least they can re-spend some of their own money elsewhere...


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