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  • Decision in Ray Rice's appeal hearing expected in roughly two weeks, sources say

    Decision in Ray Rice's appeal hearing expected in roughly two weeks, sources say
    It won't be that much longer before a decision is rendered in the appeal of indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice. The third-party arbitrator who presided over the hearing that concluded last Thursday has informed lawyers to file...
  • No charges filed against 49ers' McDonald

    The Santa Clara District Attorney's office will not file domestic abuse charges against San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald stemming from his Aug. 31 arrest. Prosecutors said they were unable to charge McDonald partly because of a...
  • 49ers' Ray McDonald will not be charged with domestic violence

    San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald will not be charged with domestic violence stemming from an incident at his home in August. The Santa Clara County district attorney has declined to file charges against McDonald because of a lack of...
  • Talking Ravens-Titans with former Titans All-Pro Keith Bulluck

    Talking Ravens-Titans with former Titans All-Pro Keith Bulluck
    We caught up with retired Tennessee Titans All-Pro linebacker Keith Bulluck to get his thoughts on Sunday's game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Bulluck is a three-time All-Pro who retired in 2011 after playing 10 seasons for the Titans. He's...
  • Ozzie Newsome testifies that Ray Rice told Roger Goodell the truth

    Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome testified on Thursday that Ray Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on June 16 that he hit his then-fiancee, according to sources with knowledge of Newsome's sworn testimony. The testimony could prove crucial...
  • Ray Rice scheduled to testify in appeal of indefinite suspension

    A two-day hearing in New York on former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice's challenge to his indefinite suspension from the NFL for punching his then-fiancee ended Thursday. Rice, a six-year NFL veteran, claims that he was suspended twice for the...
  • Steinberg: NFL Rice hearing threatens to reignite furor

    The last thing the NFL needed was for the Ray Rice appeal of his indefinite suspension to take center stage this week. The initial discipline and later release of the graphic tape of Rice punching his girlfriend touched the middle rail of nationwide...
  • Roger Goodell testifies as Ray Rice appeal hearing begins

    Roger Goodell testifies as Ray Rice appeal hearing begins
    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was the first witness to testify in former Ravens running back Ray Rice's appeal hearing, which began Wednesday at a New York law firm. Goodell was questioned by NFL Players Association outside counsel Jeffrey Kessler,...
  • Ray Rice scheduled to testify today in appeal of indefinite suspension

    Ray Rice scheduled to testify today in appeal of indefinite suspension
    The second day of Ray Rice’s appeal hearing got underway Thursday in New York City. The former Baltimore Ravens star, captured by a casino security camera knocking out his then-fiancee, is appealing his indefinite suspension by the league, which...
  • Judge's task is to determine who's telling the truth in Ray Rice's appeal

    Judge's task is to determine who's telling the truth in Ray Rice's appeal
    During the next two days while presiding over an appeal hearing for indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice, former federal judge Barbara S. Jones will have to decide who is telling the truth. Jones will hear testimony at her New York...
  • First day of Ray Rice appeal hearing is completed

    Ray Rice completed the first day of his appeal hearing after spending about nine hours Wednesday at the New York offices of Barbara S. Jones, a former U.S. District judge. The hearing took place nearly two months after the former Pro Bowl running back...