1. Ray Rice and Ravens owner  Steve Bisciotti during happier times

ESPN Reports The Ravens Knew About The Ray Rice Punch

An ESPN  “Outside the Lines” report Friday claims the Baltimore Ravens employed “a pattern of misinformation and misdirection” in handling the case after Ray Rice was videotaped striking his now-wife Janay in an Atlantic City casino elevator in February.


Ravens Fans Exchange Ray Rice Jerseys

Ravens fans have the opportunity for the next two days to exchange their Ray Rice jersey for an alternate "available jersey." If the team runs


The NFL May Be Facing A ‘Domestically Violent & Challenging’ Season

The NFL is slowly being acquainted to domestic violence after three recent altercations.

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NFLPA Appeals Ray Rice’s Indefinite Suspension

The NFL Players Association says it's acting "to protect the due process rights of all NFL players," in appealing Ray Rice's indefinite suspension.


Banners Calling For Goodell’s Firing Will Fly

A woman’s advocacy group is going to have banners flying calling for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s firing or resignation. The banners will fly by Metlife Stadium, First Energy Stadium, Levi’s Stadium and Lucas Oil Stadium. The stadiums all have

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Report: Prosecutor May Gone Soft On Rice

According to a report, there is some suggestion that the prosecutor in the Ray Rice case gave some preferential treatment.  Rice was able to get off with pre-trial intervention program for his assault of his wife. According to ESPN,

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Fans Are Reenacting The Ray Rice Incident

Baltimore Ravens fans are (for some reason) reenacting the Ray Rice incident that has taken the spotlight this week.

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Fans, Men And Women, Still Wearing Ray Rice Jerseys

People are still sporting Ray Rice jerseys despite the domestic violence fallout

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Former Raven Ed Reed Thinks He Can Lead Team

Former Ravens safety Ed Reed doesn't think the Ravens have someone that can lead the team in the aftermath of the Ray Rice fallout

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Roger Goodell Doesn’t Think His Job Is On the Line

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't think his job is in jeopardy after after the way he handled the Ray Rice situation. But he did admit to the NFL having