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11 Nov 2017
The brain of former football player Aaron Hernandez shows "the most severe" form of chronic traumatic encephalopathy ever seen in a person of his age.
23 Sep 2017
The family of former football star and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez is suing the NFL, their attorney saying brain scans after his death show he had 'severe' CTE.
19 Apr 2017
Former U.S. football star Aaron Hernandez was found dead inside his prison cell in an apparent suicide on Wednesday, according to the Massachusetts state Department of Corrections.
15 Apr 2017
Former New England Patriots football star Aaron Hernandez was found not guilty of murdering two men outside a Boston nightclub in 2012.

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