The Patriots appear to be steering clear of the Aaron Hernandez situation until details are sorted out.
When the tight end showed up at Gillette Stadium on Thursday, staff was waiting for him and told him to leave, according to the Boston Herald. Hernandez had showed up for a workout. Patriots vice president of media relations Stacey James told the Herald that no coaches were at the facility.
Multiple news helicopters followed Hernandez’s journey from his North Attleboro, Mass., home to Foxboro. After Hernandez left Gillette, he stopped at a gas station before heading to Boston to see his attorney.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Hernandez, according to WBZ. He will be charged with obstruction of justice.