Aaron Hernandez Case Raises NFL Questions

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd.
1:49 | 06/29/13

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And to the other fast-moving case tonight. The former patriots player, aaron hernandez charged with murder. Tonight another alleged accomplice has turned himself in. This case is bringing new questions about the sport as a whole. How do players hide secret lives while spending so much time with one another in practice and on the field? Abc's john schriffen again toint -- tonight here. Reporter: Authorities have confirmed all three men who they say were there when 27-year-old odin lloyd was murdered, are now in custody. Former new england patriot star aaron hernandez was charged with murder this week. He has pleaded not guilty. This morning, hundreds gathered in massachusetts for lloyd's funeral. The crowd spilling out of the church and into the street. Mr. Wallace, you're charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder. Reporter: Today the last of the three suspects appeared in court. Wallace turned himself in in florida on friday where a judge ordered him held without bond. Law enforcement officials say investigators are focusing on whether lloyd was killed because of information he might have had about a july 2012 double homicide. Nfl players have had their off-field run-ins with the law. At least 27 players have been arrested since this year's super bowl. Espn's adam schefter told us there were red flags about hernandez long before the world learned of his alleged double life. Here's what I told from the patriots. This was a guy with the devil on one shoulder and the angel on the other. All along they knew the devil could win out. Reporter: Next weekend here at the patriots' team store, parents will be able to exchange health insurance's jerseys for any other player at no extra charge. The team says they're doing it out of concern children won't children why they won't want them to wear hernandez' 81

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