Boston attorney and legal analyst Harry Manion checked in with Dennis & Callahan on Friday morning to discuss the Aaron Hernandez situation.

The Patriots have signed sixth-round draft pick Zach Moore, according to Moore’s agent Blake Baratz.

The 6-foot-6, 285-pound Moore is the first player in the history of Concordia to be drafted. A finalist for the Cliff Harris Division II Player of the Year Award, Moore is a two-time captain who had 33 sacks in 39 college games.

At a press conference in Boston on Thursday to discuss the indictment of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on double murder charges, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said Hernandez was identified as the shooter in the killing of two men outside the Boston nightclub Cure in 2012.

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, already in jail charged with the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd, has been indicted for the murder of two men in Boston in 2012, a police spokeswoman confirmed to the media Thursday.

Former Patriots wide receiver Reche Caldwell was arrested in Florida Tuesday for allegedly trying to sell ecstasy, according to TMZ.

Caldwell, who caught 61 passes for 760 yards and four touchdowns for New England in 2006, was reportedly arrested busted at an apartment in Tampa around noon Tuesday after police say he was trying to sell the drug.

Multiple reports now indicate that Patriots college scouting director Jon Robinson will be leaving New England for a front office job with the Bucs.

FOXBORO — Patriots second-round pick Jimmy Garoppolo can’t remember the last time he spent the whole year as a reserve.

“I don’t know if I ever … I don’t know,” he confessed with a smile Tuesday afternoon. “I don’t think I ever have.”

The Patriots announced Monday they have signed nine rookie free agents. Here’s a portion of the release issued by the team on the moves:

Tyler Beck, 23, appeared in 49 games during his four-year career at Bowling Green and caught 25 passes for 348 yards and three touchdowns. The 6-foot-2, 257-pounder caught 10 passes for 177 yards for a 17.7 yards per catch average as a senior in 2013.

The Patriots have signed Rutgers defensive back Jeremy Deering as an undrafted free agent, per a league source.

Deering showed great positional versatility over the course of his college career — at Rutgers, he™s lined up as a wildcat quarterback, wide receiver, running back, defensive back and kick returner.

However, the 6-foot-1, 200-pounder settled into the role of free safety last year ‘€” he had 39 tackles and a pick in in 10 starts at the position with the Scarlet Knights in 2013.

It what has become a tradition for Patriots’ top draft picks, defensive lineman Dominique Easley arrived at Gillette Stadium on Monday and had the chance to meet with New England owner Robert Kraft.

“I understand he’s a great dancer,” Kraft told the media when asked about Easley. “Not that we’re looking after sacks to have dances, but you never know. We’ll leave that to him.”