Redskins and NFL Roundup: ‘I’ll run this place’: Aaron Hernandez’s prison life reportedly included the Bloods

Scot McCloughan selling his autographed Redskins gear is the best thing on the Internet; A closer look at Redskins second-round pick Ryan Anderson; Who will be the next Redskins GM? It could be no one.; Redskins announce signing of eight college free agents; Assessing Washington’s draft haul and predicting what’s next for Kirk Cousins and the Redskins; Redskins draft pick: NFL combine drills have ‘nothing to do’ with kicking butt; ‘I’ll run this place’: Aaron Hernandez’s prison life reportedly included the Bloods; CBS Sports adds Nate Burleson as an analyst to its ‘The NFL Today’ crew; Jerome Bettis reportedly is latest big name to surface among ESPN’s massive layoffs; Who’s more likely to make a comeback, Tony Romo or Jay Cutler?; Torrey Smith just paid the adoption fee for 46 dogs and cats at a Baltimore shelter; ‘You’re rich’: Aaron Hernandez suicide note points to effort to provide for his family; The NFL just might be retiring Jay Cutler; Baseball’s fastest player wants to race football’s fastest player; Pete Carroll says the window for a Richard Sherman trade has closed; Cowboys’ Stephen Jones: It’s time for NFL’s marijuana policy ‘to be heavily scrutinized’; Jay Cutler pulls a Tony Romo, retires for a job in an NFL broadcasting booth; Sean Spicer, Patriots fan, has a sick Super Bowl LI burn for Hillary Clinton; We might see Tony Romo in the U.S. Open before we see Tiger Woods in the U.S. Open; eBay pulls listing for SUV prosecutors said Aaron Hernandez used in 2012 double-murder; Patriots owner Robert Kraft says Deflategate punishment stemmed from ‘envy and jealousy’
 
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‘I’ll run this place’: Aaron Hernandez’s prison life reportedly included the Bloods
Documents released by the district attorney’s office reveal incidents that included assault, threats and possession of a homemade weapon while inmates say the former NFL player wasn’t suicidal.
Scot McCloughan selling his autographed Redskins gear is the best thing on the Internet
You can now bid on Scot McCloughan’s autographed Redskins gear, and help the team’s charitable foundation
 
A closer look at Redskins second-round pick Ryan Anderson
The Redskins’ second-rounder isn’t an ideal pass rusher, but his technique and smarts help make up for some physical limitations.
 
CBS Sports adds Nate Burleson as an analyst to its ‘The NFL Today’ crew
The former wide receiver will continue in his NFL Network gig, too.
 
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Jerome Bettis reportedly is latest big name to surface among ESPN’s massive layoffs
The Bus won’t be running through Bristol, Conn.
 
Who’s more likely to make a comeback, Tony Romo or Jay Cutler?
Both QBs have retired this offseason for the safety of the broadcast booth. Will either return to the field? That and more in First and 10.
 
Torrey Smith just paid the adoption fee for 46 dogs and cats at a Baltimore shelter
Some very good dogs (and cats!) will be getting forever homes thanks to the Eagles wide receiver and his wife.
 
‘You’re rich’: Aaron Hernandez suicide note points to effort to provide for his family
“You’re rich,” Hernandez said in a note his fiancee, while a police report indicated that the former Patriot was aware of state legal precedent that might void his murder conviction if he died.
 
 
The NFL just might be retiring Jay Cutler
The former Bears quarterback accepts a broadcasting job from Fox after going unsigned as a free agent.
 
Baseball’s fastest player wants to race football’s fastest player
Reds’ Billy Hamilton says he could handle Bengals’ John Ross in the 40.
 
Who will be the next Redskins GM? It could be no one.
The Washington Redskins have yet to replace former general manager Scot McCloughan, and team president Bruce Allen is considering not making another hire, according to multiple people familiar with the situation.
 
Jay Cutler pulls a Tony Romo, retires for a job in an NFL broadcasting booth
The former Chicago Bears quarterback hasn’t retired from football, although he’s drawn scant interest as a free agent.
 
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Pete Carroll says the window for a Richard Sherman trade has closed
The possibility of a deal currently stands at ‘zero percent,’ he says.
 
Cowboys’ Stephen Jones: It’s time for NFL’s marijuana policy ‘to be heavily scrutinized’
Jerry Jones, his father, has called for the prohibition to be dropped and together they make a formidable force in the league.
 
Sean Spicer, Patriots fan, has a sick Super Bowl LI burn for Hillary Clinton
It ain’t over until it’s over. Or something like that.
 
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