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Ray Rice

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  • Steve Bisciotti's unbelievable mea culpa [Letter]

    Watching Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti's press conference, I found it hard to believe the man is smart enough to have made enough money to own a professional football team ("The Ravens' story shifts," Sept. 23). Who is his public relations consultant?...
  • Goodell and Bisciotti have nothing to apologize for [Letter]

    Goodell and Bisciotti have nothing to apologize for [Letter]
    Is there anyone besides me who wishes that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti would tell the media and our political blowhards to shove it ("The Ravens' story shifts," Sept. 23)? Since when is it more an employer's...
  • Bill Simmons Suspended By ESPN For Graphic Comments On Roger Goodell

    Bill Simmons Suspended By ESPN For Graphic Comments On Roger Goodell
    ESPN on Wednesday suspended high-profile commentator Bill Simmons for three weeks over critical comments he made about NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's handling of a high-profile domestic violence case. Simmons, who runs ESPN's Grantland website and...
  • Shaneen Allen is a victim, Ray Rice wasn't [Letter]

    Shaneen Allen is a victim, Ray Rice wasn't [Letter]
    I found Connie DeJuliis's take on the concept of tribalism somewhat laughable given today's criminal justice system ("Tribal law in America," Sept. 22). She mentioned the disparity in the cases of both Ray Rice and Shaneen Allen who had the book thrown at...
  • Commentary: Help free O.C. of domestic violence

    The now-infamous video of suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice beating his wife unconscious created a "shock and awe" reaction that has opened the public conversation about domestic violence. Unfortunately, that conversation has been...
  • N.J. court mishandled Rice case, too [Letter]

    N.J. court mishandled Rice case, too [Letter]
    After hundreds of articles and opinions on the Ravens, the NFL and Ray Rice, the best one and the one that clearly shows where this mess all began is the commentary, "Tribal law in America" (Sept. 19) by Connie DeJuliis. I don't think anyone was surprised...
  • George M. Thomas: ESPN looks weak in wake of Simmons suspension

    Bill Simmons dared his bosses at ESPN to drop the hammer on him and they obliged. Three weeks is the length of the suspension. No writing and editing on his ESPN brand name website Grantland.com and no tweeting. Simmons is being sent to his virtual room...
  • Can Roger Goodell recover?

    National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell's first public attempt to address the domestic abuse scandal involving Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice could be judged a success but only by comparison with former President Richard Nixon's I-am-...
  • NFL, Roger Goodell Become Easy Targets For Late Night Hosts

    NFL, Roger Goodell Become Easy Targets For Late Night Hosts
    Domestic violence is hardly a laughing matter, and the Ray Rice video that came out Sept. 8 and the news of Adrian Peterson hitting his son last week have caused what could be irreparable damage to the NFL. People are disgusted, many lobbying for the...
  • Five questions for sports memorabilia store owner Mike Tanner

    Five questions for sports memorabilia store owner Mike Tanner
    Mike Tanner likens the sale of baseball cards, bobbleheads, jerseys and autographed photos to the stock market. Players' athletic and personal fortunes rise and fall — sometimes precipitously — and so does demand for items bearing their...
  • This should be final straw for NFL's robotic Roger Goodell

    This should be final straw for NFL's robotic Roger Goodell
    Going into Friday's news conference in New York, the question was whether Roger Goodell would resign. Coming out of it, the question is whether he will be fired. Not likely. This corporate employee served well his corporate bosses, the 32 NFL owners....