Hernandez judge: Medical records relevant Judge Raymond Veary said that scouting/combine reports on Aaron Hernandez are relevant, but whether the defense gets them won't be determined until another hearing takes place July 22.
Joyner: No. 1 secondary? Pats over Hawks There's no question the Seattle Seahawks ended the 2013 season with the league's most dominant secondary. But the New England Patriots look poised to steal that title from them in 2014.
Judge OKs Hernandez's transfer to another jail Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez can transfer to a jail closer to Boston for easier access to his lawyers while he awaits trial on a murder charge, a judge ruled Monday.
The Patriots wrapped up the AFC East last week but the all important home field advantage is still on the line with three games left. With that in mind, Bill Belichick's team can't afford a letdown against the 2-11 Dolphins on Monday Night Football.
If nothing else, the Dolphins have refused to quit. They beat the 49ers two weeks ago and have played the Bills and Broncos extremely tough the last two weeks. If Miami has any chance of pulling off the upset at home, QB A.J. Feeley has to take advantage of his array of receiving weapons and be more efficient in doing so.