There’s a question about whether professional sports leagues are doing enough to stop the problem of domestic violence.
As Ray Rice tries to regain his footing in the NFL, the former Raven talks about his future and the elevator incident.
Ravens fans are reacting to the news that Ray Rice’s suspension is now lifted.
An appeal hearing is underway for former Ravens star running back Ray Rice. The two-day hearing is taking place in New York, as the running back appeals his indefinite suspension with the NFL over domestic violence.
The attorney leading the NFL players’ union investigation into the Ray Rice domestic violence case told The Associated Press the league and the Baltimore Ravens have not been cooperating.
A former teammate of Ray Rice says alcohol played a role in the elevator punch. His wife says Janay is frustrated because of criticism she’s gotten for staying in her marriage.
Ray and Janay Rice made their first public appearance after the release of the surveillance video showing him hitting her in a casino elevator.
Before the dust even settled, businesses and individuals alike were reacting and taking action. Some of these reactions have made major headlines, while others have not. We found 5 reactions that really stood out to us.
There’s growing fallout from the disturbing video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee inside an elevator. Rice is out of a job with the Ravens and suspended indefinitely from the NFL.
The fallout has been swift for former Ravens running back Ray Rice one day after graphic video of the encounter inside the Atlantic City elevator was released.
A whirlwind of emotions at the Castle on Monday as the Ravens cut ties with running back Ray Rice, and terminated his contract after TMZ released the full video tape of Rice being involved in the domestic violence incident with his fiancé Janay Palmer.
Ray Rice and Janay Palmer can be heard shouting obscenities at each other, and she appears to spit in the face of the three-time Pro Bowl running back right before he throws a knockout punch in a video shown to The Associated Press by a law enforcement official.