The New England Patriots have come to terms with the financial grievances they face with wide receiver Antonio Brown and late tight end Aaron Hernandez, according to a report.
The Patriots owe receiver Brown $ 9 million, and as part of the settlement, he will instead receive $ 5 million per source.
… In addition to the $ 4 million loan on Patriots cap, the club received a $ 2.55 million credit after settling a long-term compensation belief with Sen. Hernandez per sources.
The settlements generated $ 6.55 million in capacity space, giving the team an available $ 7.79 million. Before settlements, the Patriots had the least capacity in the league.
As for Hernandez, released in January 201
Hernandez committed suicide in prison in April 2017. He served a life sentence for murder in the first degree of Odin Lloyd, after being sentenced on April 15, 2015.