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Is Aaron Hernandez' Arrest Painting An Unfair Portrait For NFL Brand?
Published July 3, 2013
TOP DOLLAR: In Hartford, Paul Doyle noted some autographed Hernandez jerseys “have sold for more than $1,000 on ebay,” as bids on “standard No. 81 jerseys are exceeding $300” (COURANT.com, 7/2). In Providence, Jim Donaldson writes, “I happened to glance at some listings Monday afternoon and was -- What? Appalled? Disgusted? But, sadly, not surprised -- to see Hernandez jerseys the objects of heated bidding” (PROVIDENCE JOURNAL, 7/3).