NFL Almanac – July 1

Law & Disorder

New England – The third man that was in the car with former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez on the night that Odin Lloyd was murdered two weeks ago waived his right to extradition on Monday and will return to Massachusetts. Ernest Wallace turned himself in by walking into a police station in Miramar, Florida after he saw his picture on television. Also on Monday, the Boston police became the third agency to search Hernandez’s home in North Attleboro, joining the Massachusetts State Police and the North Attleboro cops. They were in search of evidence that would link Hernandez to the murder of two men in Boston a year ago.

Other stuff

New Orleans – promoted Ryan Pace to director of player personnel. Pace had served as the team’s director of pro scouting.

St. Louis – signed LS Jake McQuaide to a 4-year contract extension that will take him through the 2017 season.

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