Former football player Aaron Hernandez and now a murder suspect has been removed as a brand ambassador by a card company. Its not the first group who have pulled the Hernandez out.An official from Panini, a card company who have been using Hernandez pictures as stickers on their books confirmed that Hernandez stickers have been removed from 500,000 books which are going to be sold. The company also confirmed that they produced 1 million stickers of Tim Tebow who is expected to fill the place of Aaron Hernandez.
Electronic art the well known gaming giant also confirmed that they pulled the Hernandez out of the ”Madden NFL 25″ video game and its “NCAA Football 14″ product.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, also removed an award-winning photo of Hernandez from public view after it received complaints from visitors who demanded it to remove from there.
Hernandez is currently at a jail in Dartmouth, Mass.