Ray Rice could be reinstated within the next four weeks after being suspended indefinitely for striking his now-wife Janay in a casino elevator, according to reports. According to CBS Sports, numerous legal experts believe that the former Baltimore
Sunday morning NFLPA attorneys requested to talk to Roger Goodell, who could be an essential witness in Ray Rice's appeal, but NFL attorneys declined.
After the first week of the season and the Ray Rice ordeal coming to light, reports came out alleging Adrian Peterson was physically abusing his 4 year old son. The report stated that Peterson beat his four year old
Midtown Manhattan and Sayreville, New Jersey are about an hour apart by car, but on Wednesday, midtown Manhattan and Sayreville were side by side as the football industry is now being forced to deal with domestic abuse and a
Former United States District Judge Barbara S. Jones has been appointed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to hear and decide the appeal filed by the NFL Players Association on behalf of Ray Rice. Under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, Commissioner
For the past few weeks the NFL has been dealing with a string of violence. First, it was the video of Ray Rice punching his fiancée (now wife) in an elevator, then Adrian Peterson was accused of hitting his
The Ray Rice appeal has been pushed back and now, the NFLPA wants their own investigation on the matter. According to Darin Gantt of Pro Football Talk, the union plans to conduct their own investigation to figure out the
Is it Ray Race or Roger Goodell who is now being tried by the sports media? In an incredible sleight of hand trick, somehow domestic violence has been forgotten and Goodell is now on trial. Click to play the
From all appearances, it seemed to be a typical September football weekend for the NFL, Roger Goodell and college football. People watching games and milling around wearing merchandise from their favorite teams and supporting a business whose leadership is
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.