As if the loss to the Patriots wasn't bad enough for Mike Pouncey, the center for the Miami Dolphins also had visitors after the game.
Less than an hour after the Dolphins' 27-17 loss to the Patriots at Gillette Stadium, Pouncey was served with a grand jury subpoena by the Massachusetts State Police in the hallway between the locker room and the team bus. A source tells Sports Illustrated the subpoena is related to the Aaron Hernandez investigation.
The source also tells the sports magazine that the subpoena has to do with Hernandez's potential involvement in interstate gun trafficking across multiple states including Massachusetts, New York and Florida.
At this time Pouncey is not being charged with a crime but is considered to be a material witness.
Neither Pouncey or the Dolphins had any comment on the subpoena.
Pouncery and his twin brother Maurkice, who plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers, lived with Hernandez when the three played for the University of Florida.
The twins made headlines this summer when they were photographed in a night club wearing hats that said "Free Hernandez." Maurkice Pouncey later apologized for the hats.