REPORT: Hernandez, Patriots Agree to Terms

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June 08, 2010 at 04:31pm ET

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Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald reported on Tuesday that the Patriots have agreed to terms with rookie tight end Aaron Hernandez.

According to Rapoport the deal is reportedly for four years, although terms of the contract haven't been disclosed.

From what we've heard so far the 6'2", 245lb  Hernandez has looked good so far through minicamps and OTA's, and has fans buzzing about his potential considering his resume coming out of Florida.  The 113 overall pick now joins offensive linemen Ted Larson and Thomas Welch along with wide receiver Taylor Price as the fourth draft choice to agree to a deal.

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