Jason La Canfora takes a quick look at the Mueller Report.
New England and Baltimore are developing an impressive postseason rivalry.
It’s been an interesting year in Baltimore, with some local stories taking the national spotlight, especially with local athletes.
The Ray Rice fallout continues. Tonight, a third video has surfaced of the former Ravens domestic violence incident that took place inside an Atlantic City casino elevator.
For the first time since being reinstate, Ray Rice took time to talk with WJZ at the Toys For Tots event held at Jimmy’s Seafood in Dundalk. Rochelle Ritchie has more on how Rice is taking the right steps to repairing a tainted image.
Back in the public eye. After almost a year of scandal, former Raven Ray Rice made his first appearance at a public charity event. He hasn’t attended any local community events since that infamous video of him punching his now-wife inside an elevator was posted online.
President Obama has addressed the Ray Rice domestic violence incident in an interview he did with ESPN radio.
Changing the rules. The NFL gets new guidelines on how it must discipline domestic violence offenders after Rice Rice’s elevator incident caused months of public outcry.
With the Ravens in the middle of a playoff race, off field issues should be the last thing on their minds. But the Ray Rice situation is a special case; one that will have the Ravens undivided attention in a few weeks.
Renewed controversy in the Ray Rice domestic assault case. Wednesday night, the Ravens disputed claims made by Rice’s wife Janay that the team asked her to apologize for her role in the incident.
The Ravens are focused on taking care of a Miami Dolphins team with playoff aspirations of their own. They’ll do that with an offense that is reaching stats unseen since 1996.
There’s a question about whether professional sports leagues are doing enough to stop the problem of domestic violence.