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Fans picked out replacement jerseys in exchange for jerseys of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez at the club's ProShop in Foxborough.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
There were more than 100 people in line by the time the doors opened at 9:30 a.m.
Paul Gaad of Marlborough folded his shirt as he waited in line.
The Patriots offered the jersey exchange after Hernandez was arrested and charged with murder.
Two children shielded themselves from the sun while waiting in line.
Fans began lining up outside the store before 8 a.m.
Mike Davies, right, of Norfolk wore his Hernandez jersey one last time while waiting in the exchange line.
People came into the ProShop to make their choices from jerseys on display.
Luis Hernandez of Somerville tried on a Rob Gronkowski jersey.
Ethan Lynch, 9, of Plainville shielded his head from the sun while waiting to exchange his jersey.
Hundreds of people exchanged jerseys during the first couple of hours.
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