All eyes are on the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots as they clash in the Super Bowl. The Eagles will look to win their first Super Bowl championship in franchise history Michael Deiter Jersey , while the despised Patriots look to win a remarkable sixth championship in the 21st century. This will also be their eighth appearance in the Super Bowl during the Brady/Belichick era, as if there wasn't enough reason to find them intolerable.But for fans of the 30 other teams, it's already time to start looking at what will happen in the off-season. Trades, free agency and the draft aren't far off, so general managers have to start analyzing their rosters. It all starts with looking at their players and seeing who should stay and who should go.For starters Daniel Jones Jersey , some teams have to give up on a number of young stars. Some of these guys showed flashes for a while, but have slowed down and apparently peaked to early. On the other end, some ageless wonders continue to perform at star-like levels, and shouldn't leave. It all comes down to return on investment, and which player (old or young) will help them win the most.Here are eight young NFL stars who are already past their primes Dexter Lawrence Jersey , and eight veterans who continue to defy father time. The more than $115,000 in back taxes owed on the Massachusetts home that once belonged to former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez have been paid.
The tax collector in North Attleborough tells The Sun Chronicle that Hernandez’s estate paid $60,000 toward the lien in December while the new owners of the home paid the remaining $55,000 last month.
Hernandez bought the home for $1.3 million in 2012. It was sold in November for $1 million.
Court records also show $500,000 from the sale was placed into escrow while a judge determines if it should go to Hernandez’s daughter.
Hernandez was serving a life sentence for the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd when he hanged himself in prison in April days after his acquittal in a double slaying.