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Aaron Hernandez featured in the 2014 University of Florida calendar

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Whoever put together the 2014 University of Florida school calendar apparently doesn’t watch the news. If they did, it’s unlikely that former Gators football star Aaron Hernandez would be featured as Mr. July 2014. That’s because the disgraced former Patriots tight end is currently sitting behind bars at the Bristol County House of Corrections, charged with not one, not two, but three murders. Officials at the University of Florida said Tuesday that the calendar, featuring Hernandez in a white Gators jersey and blue pants carrying the football under his right arm, was approved months before he was charged with the crimes. (The Pats had no comment.) The calendars are still available for sale through Target.com.

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