Aaron Hernandez has rented a place in Los Angeles so he can work out with Tom Brady this offseason.
Cozying up to Brady can only be a good thing for Hernandez. He'll also be working with Brady's personal trainer, Alex Guerrero -- the man that oversaw Brady and Wes Welker's three successful knee rehabs. Entering his age-24 season, Hernandez is primed for an explosion if he can sustain health. He's racked up 5.4 catches for 58.0 yards and 12 touchdowns over his last 24 games despite often playing third fiddle to Rob Gronkowski and impending free agent Welker.