Janay Rice is talking for the first time about her husband, Ray Rice, clocking her in an elevator.
ESPN agreed to hold the interview until after the U.S. District judge issued their ruling on her husband’s future with the NFL.
In the interview, Janay says she doesn’t remember what she and Ray were fighting about in Atlantic City back in February, but says she does remember Ray got physical first. Continue reading
CBS pulled the plug on Rihanna after she was booked to open tonight’s “Thursday Night Football,” between the Steelers and Ray Rice‘s ex-team, The Ravens.
The Umbrella singer was herself the victim of a beating at the hands of Chris Brown and the NFL did not want to draw any comparisons in the midst of the Rice scandal.
Though CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus said, “We thought journalistically and from a tone standpoint, we needed to have the appropriate tone coverage,” we all know what this is really about. Continue reading
Authorities sent the video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in an elevator to the NFL three months ago, though league officials insist they did not view it until this week.
Law enforcement confirmed by playing a voicemail stemming from an NFL office number on April 9. The NFL official can be heard commenting on the video: “You’re right. It’s terrible.”
The law enforcement official, speaking to the AP on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation, says he had no further communication with any NFL employee and can’t confirm anyone watched the video. Continue reading
Floyd Mayweather Jr. thinks that the NFL overreacted on Ray Rice‘s banishment, saying they should have stuck with the two-game suspension.
Rice was spied on an elevator CCD smacking his then-fiancee in the face.
Janay Rice, wife and punching bag of disgraced NFL player, Ray Rice, released a statement on her Instagram account.
The comments come one day after her husband was basically banished from the NFL, if not life itself.
“I woke up this morning feeling like I had a horrible nightmare, feeling like I’m mourning the death of my closest friend,” she wrote. “But to have to accept the fact that it’s reality is a nightmare in itself.
EA, the folks who produce Madden 15, the popular and long running NFL video game, are stripping embroiled former Ravens star, Ray Rice from the program.
Starting in this week’s update, Rice will be removed from all roster lists in the latest edition of their yearly release.
Fox’s Mike Garafolo reports that Rice, who was released by the Baltimore Ravens and indefinitely suspended from the NFL after video emerged of him punching his wife in an Atlantic City hotel earlier this year, will also be removed from the latest version of Madden.
President Obama commented on Ravens player Ray Rice and his suspension from the NFL.
An elevator security camera caught the Baltimore Raven striking his wife in the face with a closed hand.
“The president is the father of two daughters. And like any American, he believes that domestic violence is contemptible and unacceptable in a civilized society,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in a written statement. Continue reading
Mike Ditka, appearing on ESPN‘s Monday Night Football broadcast, commented on former Baltimore Ravens player and wife abuser Ray Rice, saying he thinks the baller’s future income potential will be limited after being caught on an elevator security cam punching his wife in the face, rendering his then-fiancee unconscious.
“I don’t know Ray at all,” Ditka said before, for some reason, feeling the need to continue. Continue reading
Most men were taught from an early age not to ever hit women, under any circumstances, however, the top comment, as voted by Youtube viewers, says the video depicting Ray Rice knocking out his wife in an elevator was clearly self-defence..
Does the media have it all wrong when judging the public’s outrage over the violent incident?
“this got overblown so hard imo. she hit him first, so he retaliates lightly, she comes back for more, and he just knocks her out. how the is that not self defense?” Continue reading