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The NFL Edited Aaron Hernandez’s Name Out Of A New Tom Brady Postseason Highlight Reel

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Most people wouldn’t have noticed, but Tony Massarotti of 98.5 The Sports Hub sure enough did.

Check out touchdowns number 38 and 41 in the video below and you will see what he noticed.

14 postseason appearances.
34 career games.

Here’s every Tom Brady Postseason TD! #tbt #NFLPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/2CIHBpz2OW

— NFL (@NFL) January 11, 2018

Perhaps the league can be forgiven for this little editing magic. But on if when Roger Goodell retires we can edit him out of the NFL’s history as well.

H/T Larry Brown Sports

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