Now that Ray Rice is eligible to return to the NFL, where will he go?
Authorities say a University at Albany football player has been suspended from the team after he was charged with making a threat against the college using the social media application Yik Yak.
A two day appeal hearing for former Raven Ray Rice ends with some crucial testimony from Ravens leadership.
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 Baltimore City Circuit judge has been suspended for behaving in what investigators say was a sarcastic and demeaning manner.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice could soon return to the NFL. Rice remains suspended indefinitely after video surfaced of him striking his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator. The NFL Players Association is appealing Rice’s suspension—and now a date for the hearing has been set.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice could be reinstated to the NFL in a month’s time. That’s according to CBS Sports.
A person familiar with the case tells The Associated Press a neutral arbiter is expected to decide early next week whether NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should testify during an appeal of Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension.
USA Swimming announced that it would suspend Michael Phelps from its organization’s events for six months following his second DUI arrest on Sept. 30.
Former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones has been appointed to hear Ray Rice’s appeal of the indefinite suspension handed down by the NFL.
We’re learning new information about Ray Rice’s appeal and why its success could depend upon two critical meetings with the NFL commissioner.