It has been a summer of waiting to find out if his suspension would be reduced.
The league said Tuesday it informed the Minnesota Vikings running back he will not be considered for reinstatement before April 15 for violating the NFL personal conduct policy.
I don’t think anyone’s upset that Ray Rice was disciplined for his actions. However, someone has to be held accountable for the reckless manner in which the National Football League handled it.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn on Monday to go over the release of security footage that shows Ray Rice punching his now wife Janay Palmer in February. Immediately after the interview took place the Ravens have cut ties with Rice and the running back has been suspended from the league indefinitely.
“The NFL has this rule that prevents suspended players from entering the teams’ facilities. To me, that is ridiculous. Use your league for good, not to hinder someone’s progress. Let him be around the guys,” said Nagler.
A conga line of football icons is suing the NFL for negligence, malfeasance, malpractice, and just about everything short of global warming.
Lawyer Bill Sinclair talks about the lawsuit being filed against the NFL for use of painkillers.
Assistant executive director of external affairs of the NFL Players Association George Atallah joined Glenn Younes and Bob Haynie on Sports Rehab to discuss the new salary cap, collective bargaining agreement and Ray Rice.
VIEW OF AN NFL AGENT
Clark Judge joined Zinno on “Last Call with Mark Zinno” Tuesday night just to give an outlook to the Ravens Off season and a peak at the NFL Landscape. You can listen to the full interview right here!
Jason La Canfora joined Mark Zinno on “Last Call with Mark Zinno” on Wednesday night to cover a variety of topics around the NFL off season.
Mike Florio of the website Pro Football Talk and NBC Sports called into The Norris and Davis Show to talk about the Raven’s organized team activities, the Detroit Lion’s offseason, the Pro Bowl, Jim Harbaugh, and the Mike Wallace contract situation in Pittsburgh.