The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin was one of those three reporters, and joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show on Monday night to share Kraft’s emotions surrounding the arrest.
Kraft said that if the charges are true, he and the Patriots were ‘duped’ by Hernandez.
“It’s pretty clear that he was very saddened that a young man, 23-years-old with a $40-million NFL contract and a 7-month-old daughter, would just throw everything away like that,” Volin said of Kraft. “He’s sad for the victim and their family for the ordeal they had to go through, and he’s really saddened that someone wearing a Patriots logo that they entrusted could lead such a duplicitous life off the field and allegedly commit such a heinous act as murder.”
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