A new report challenges what both the Ravens and the NFL have told us about the Ray Rice controversy.
Hundreds of Ravens fans, maybe even thousands, lined up Friday morning to exchange Ray Rice jerseys at M&T Bank Stadium.
Bob and Glenn rant on the Ravens after reports surface that the organization knew the severity of the Ray Rice video.
ESPN.com’s Don Van Natta, Jr. and Kevin Van Valkenburg say that Ravens officials knew about the contents on the video that took place in Revel Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, NJ.
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.
Ravens fans will be able to swap their Ray Rice jerseys for another jersey this weekend.
The Ravens wideout has a history of being very forthright with his opinions which has sometimes caused friction with teammates.
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.
Now that Rice has appealed, I think the NFL might have been bitten off more than it could chew.
We’re learning new information about Ray Rice’s appeal and why its success could depend upon two critical meetings with the NFL commissioner.
Sports Attorney David Cornwell joins Scott, Jeremy, and Jason on the Scott Garceau Show to discuss the current off-the-field legal conflicts in the NFL during the perfect storm of a terrible PR week for the league.
Desiree Cooper, a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, said many victims of abuse neglect their healthcare needs.