This week in Boston sports: chaos strikes once again. After a week of investigation, allegations put forth towards Aaron Hernandez have finally been acted upon. Hernandez was arrested for the murder of twenty-seven year old Odin Lloyd. Due to this ongoing distraction, the Patriots have decided to separate themselves from this issue and release Hernandez from the organization. Although Hernandez has contributed a lot of success towards the organization over the past few years, every player knows that once you are a New England Patriot, you must clean up your act or you will be dropped. Last August, Hernandez had made it seem like he had made this change when he signed a contract with the Patriots organization for a five year extension worth $40 million. Hernandez declared that this was one of the best days of his life and that being a Patriot had truly changed him as a person. When talking about the organization he said, "You can't come here and act reckless and do your own stuff. I might have acted the way I wanted to act, but you get changed by Bill Belichick's way. You get changed by the Patriots' way. Now that I'm a Patriot, I have to start living like one, and making the right decisions for them." Pretty convincing statement, but after just ten months, it seems Hernandez had never truly lost his old troublesome ways. As a result, the Patriots had no choice but to protect their brand image and cut Hernandez.