It looks like Aaron Hernandez has another victim to add to his growing list!
Fortunately, it had nothing to do with violence!
Mary Schwalm is the photographer who is responsible for "Thrill and Agony," the award-winning picture that was recently removed from the Pro Football Hall Of Fame.
"It is disappointing. I was able to say, ‘I have a photo hanging in the Hall of Fame.’ Can I still say that?"
It certainly is disappointing, especially when you consider Mary was the first and only woman to ever be honored with the award!
She went on to say:
"It’s about the photographer and the photograph. It’s not about who’s in the photograph. … To win that award in such a competitive environment — you’re going against Sports Illustrated, all of those. If you look at the list of winners, it’s a who’s who of photographers."
It's definitely a tough spot for the Hall of Fame to be in. It's understandable that they would want to separate themselves from Aaron in any way possible at this point. But this photo is honoring Mary, not him.
At the end of the day, she's really the one who's being punished for his crime.
[Image via AP Images.]