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The 31 year old Phillips drove onto a field near Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum after losing a pickup football game. He struck two boys, ages 14 and 15, and a 19 year old man, and narrowly missed four others between 15 and 24 years old. The prosecutor told jurors that Phillips became agitated when his team fell behind in the pickup game. He left the field, accused the boys of stealing from him and drove onto the field at a high rate Raiders Gabe Jackson Jersey of speed.
How will we remember Phillips? For leading the Cornhuskers to two straight national titles in 1995 and '96 (running for 165 yards and two touchdowns in a 62 24 Fiesta Bowl win over Florida in the latter)? Or for his hobbies, among them dragging an ex girlfriend by her hair down a flight of stairs (at Nebraska), being arrested three times and spending 23 days in jail (Rams), striking a woman who refused to dance with him in a nightclub (Dolphins) or assaulting his girlfriend in 2000 (not under contract)? Ironically, we will remember Phillips for something he didn't do. In the Monday Night game in Tempe, Ariz., on on Sept. 27, 1999, Phillips missed a blocking assignment some say on purpose allowing Arizona free safety Aeneas Williams a free lane to blindside Steve Young. The 49ers quarterback sustained a career ending concussion on the play.
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Defense attorney Michael Fee had said that the evidence is circumstantial and that bail should be granted so that Hernandez can return home to spend time with his fiancee and 8 month old child.
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Hernandez's next court date, for a probable cause hearing, is scheduled for July 24. That's when the state would have to prove it has enough evidence to move forward. But it's possible that Hernandez will be indicted before then, in which case a probable cause hearing would be unnecessary.
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A jogger found Lloyd's body, riddled with gunshot wounds, in a secluded area of an industrial park near Hernandez's house June 17, McCauley said.
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Less than an hour later, surveillance cameras at the North Attleborough industrial park showed the vehicle heading toward the remote Ravens Timmy Jernigan Jersey area where Lloyd's body was later found, McCauley said.
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Minutes later, surveillance video from Hernandez's home security system shows the former NFL player arriving back at his house with two other people, according to the district attorney. Hernandez appears to be holding a firearm, McCauley said.
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McCauley said the gun Hernandez was carrying in the surveillance video has not been found.
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In addition to the first degree murder charge, Hernandez faces five weapons related charges, including carrying a firearm without a license.
It was unclear whether there had been any additional arrests in the case.
"One critical part of this case that we don't know anything about at this point is the two other men (Hernandez is) accused of being with," CNN senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said. "Were they shooters? Were they involved? Will they flip against Hernandez? They are obviously key figures in this, and we'll watch how that unfolds."
In court on Wednesday, the prosecutor described what he alleged was a tense conversation between Hernandez and Lloyd inside the Nissan Altima and described what Hernandez and his associates had done at the scene of the shooting. He did not reveal how investigators had learned that information.
Inside the car, according to McCauley, Hernandez told Lloyd he was angry because of Lloyd's behavior at a Boston club they had gone to together several days earlier.
"There were certain things that had happened during the night that he was upset about and now didn't trust the victim," McCauley said. "He told him one of the things he was mad about. . At the club the victim had spoken to a couple of people, and the defendant told him that he was upset about that because he had some troubles with those people."
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Ray Lewis lends vision to Under Armour's new football commercial
Some carry their gear through subway turnstiles. Others pedal furiously on bikes. A few jump into the bed of a pickup truck that halts just long enough for them to settle in for the ride.
Ray Lewis, the retired Ravens linebacker, suggested that last scene based on his own memories of finding his way to practice long before he thought about a pro career that ended this year with a Super Bowl championship.
Lewis worked as executive producer on what Under Armour considers its most ambitious football advertising campaign since 2006. He helped a small creative team expand on an idea originally floated by founder and CEO Kevin Plank to bring the Baltimore based sports apparel maker back to its gritty football roots with a look at the lives of inner city players.
"Ray really added the raw, emotional feel that you see," said Steve Battista, Under Armour's senior vice president for creative. "That's obviously been a recurring theme for us, but he helped bring that to a new level."
Lewis, who was forced to abandon plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity last week because of a foot injury and fever, began working with Under Armour's creative team in April to help shape the commercial, and had further discussions during Preakness weekend in May. He attended the shoot spread over three days in early June and gave speeches between takes to the local players and coaches recruited as actors.
The spot, dubbed "Ready for August," was posted online Monday and will premiere on television Monday during Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby. Its debut marks the launch of Under Armour's second "brand holiday," a concentrated marketing push based around its slogan, "I Will."
Under Armour declined to disclose how much the spot cost to produce.
Local advertising executives believe the commercial will resonate with consumers.
"I think the spot is terrific," said Chris Denney, creative director for IMRE. "I love the fact that it starts with the anticipation for practice. It hits the mark emotionally and gets to the heart of what high school football is really about."
There is a risk in making the spot specific to an urban experience, said David Wassell, senior vice president and associate creative director for the MGH agency.
"I think if you're a Nebraska Cornhusker playing in the middle of the fields, it might not mean the same thing to you," he said. "But that anticipation is there, the feeling of getting ready for a great challenge. That will reach people."
During the 60 second commercial, new products such as Gameday Armour, the UA Highlight MC Football Cleat and UA Highlight Football Gloves flash by, worn by the players. But the ad is less about specific products than it is about the brand and its story.
Once the players arrive at Wholesale NFL Jerseys practice, the ad focuses on two players vying against each other. One, in the company's Alter Ego Baselayer Superman shirt, beats the other, smaller player in a foot race. But when they take part in a drill later, the underdog delivers a crushing hit and is surrounded by celebrating coaches and teammates. That sequence was inspired by Lewis' memories of his own career, when he was told he was too small to make it in football.
A 30 second version of the spot and a longer video that tells more of the characters' story will be released next week.
Athletes and coaches from Dunbar, Gilman and St. Frances high schools worked on the spot, which was filmed entirely in Baltimore. The players play for a fictional team called the East Pirates, who practice at City Springs Park. Under Armour again hired Los Angeles filmmaker Eliot Rausch, known for evoking strong emotional responses with raw, sentimental works, as director. Rausch previously directed the company's commercial for its line of women's exercise apparel.
Battista sought that sort of impact when he planned the spot. Under Armour has gained market share in its competition with brands such as Nike and Adidas in part because of wholesale jerseys endorsement deals with the likes of Lewis and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. It has created buzz by having its gear show up in both the movie and television versions of "Friday Night Lights," and by outfitting more than 60 college teams.
Ultimately, though, the brand needs to stand for top performance during practices far from the crowds and lights, Battista said.
"There's really that feel that we want to appeal to those who need to fight for it," he said. "That's a big part of our brand, the underdog proving the naysayer wrong. Ray told us a lot of stories about people who told him he couldn't do it, and we soaked that in.
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Under Armour embraces the role of the underdog, aiming to take on athletic apparel giants such as Nike and Adidas. It has grown into a $2 billion a year enterprise, but it's still dwarfed by its rivals. In February, it sued Nike for allegedly infringing on its "I Will" slogan, which it began emphasizing in ads this year.
While investors push Under Armour to evolve from its rugged roots in football to gain more market share, the company remains committed to marketing the brand as if it were a disrespected or overlooked competitor.
"Nike tended toward the aspirational," Wassell said. " 'Just Do It' could apply to anybody, in a lot of different ways. Under Armour is more about competition, about prevailing."