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23 hours ago
Rotoworld
Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension.
Jul 24, 2014
FFToday
NFL yet to confirm suspension NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will hand down a two-game suspension to Ray Rice for violating the league's personal conduct policy, sources confirmed. The league has not officially announced the suspension. (Baltimore Sun) FF Today's Take: Rice will miss games against division foes Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. Bernard Pierce (shoulder) will likely replace Rice in the starting lineup the first two weeks of the season. It appears that being a first-time offender helped Rice keep his suspension to a minimum. Rice's ADP of RB20, round six, should begin...
Jul 22, 2014
FFToolbox.com
A couple of notes from ESPN's Ravens reporter, Jamison Hensley, today: Quarterback Joe Flacco told Hensley that he is "gaining a comfort level" with Gary Kubiak's offense, but knows that what he's done so far is peanuts compared to what lies ahead in training camp. "This is where it counts," Flacco said. Meanwhile, the team is still awaiting word on Ray Rice and his looming suspension. There has been no indication of when Commissioner Roger Goodell will make his judgement, but head coach John Harbaugh would like to have some clarity before the Ravens' third preseason game. "We're installing...
Denver Post 7 hours ago
Hochman: NFL's punishment of Ray Rice doesn't nearly fit the crime

Hochman: NFL's punishment of Ray Rice doesn't nearly fit the crime

Hey, Roger Goodell, you sanctimonious coward: What if that were your daughter Ray Rice dragged out of that elevator?
Baltimore Sun 10 hours ago

Peter Schmuck: Ray Rice reception supportive, but not excessive

Ravens fans showed support for running back Ray Rice when he took the field for Monday night’s open workout at M&T Bank Stadium, but they seemed to recognize that an outsized ovation would not be appropriate in the wake of the domestic assault incident that led to a two-game NFL suspension.
News-Herald 14 hours ago
Cleveland Browns notes: Running back stable full of potential

Cleveland Browns notes: Running back stable full of potential

Wilbert Montgomery has a future as a door to door gadget salesman if he ever decides to get out of football. The Browns running back coach tutored Marshall Faulk and Steven Jackson in St. Louis in two stints as the Rams running backs coach. He coached running back Ray Rice and fullback Vonta Leach in Baltimore as the Ravens running backs coach from 2008-13.
Newark Star-Ledger 20 hours ago

ESPN host rips NFL exec for failing to answer basic question: Why only 2-game ban for Ray Rice?

The ESPN hosts and Twitter users weren't satisfied with what Birch said.
Baltimore Sun 20 hours ago

NFL vice president Adolpho Birch says Ray Rice's discipline was 'appropriate'

NFL vice president of labor policy Adolpho Birch comments on two-game suspension for Ravens running backFacing heavy criticism that the NFL didn't go far enough in suspending Ravens running back Ray Rice for two games for violating the league's personal-conduct policy, NFL senior vice president of labor policy Adolpho Birch characterized the punishment as appropriate.
Baltimore Beatdown 22 hours ago
Monday Ravens links: Ray Rice doesn't appeal suspension, Ravens work out Brandon Driver

Monday Ravens links: Ray Rice doesn't appeal suspension, Ravens work out Brandon Driver

Read what others are writing about the Baltimore Ravens. Ray Rice did not appeal two-game suspension The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec writes that Ravens running back Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension from the NFL, with the deadline passing. Ravens work out cornerback Brandon Driver The Ravens brought in Baltimore native Brandon Driver, a cornerback, in for a tryout over the weekend, with the workout going well, writes The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson. Top 10 hits in Ravens history Purple Reign Show's Rob Michels makes a list of the top 10 hits Ravens defenders have made...
Baltimore Sun 23 hours ago

Ray Rice does not appeal two-game suspension

Running back will miss divisional games against Bengals, SteelersAs expected, Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy , meaning that the running back will be sidelined for the Ravens' Sept. 7 regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals and their Sept. 11 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Rotoworld 23 hours ago

Ray Rice does not appeal suspension - Ray Rice (RB) Baltimore Ravens

Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension.
Cincy Jungle Jul 28, 2014

Domestic Violence Has an Image. The NFL Has an Image Problem.

Roger Goodell's silence in the wake of the uproar over Ray Rice's punishment is deafening - yet crystal clear. Roger Goodell has made it clear that hitting women will be tolerated far more than hitting defenseless receivers. As a father to a daughter, a husband to a wife, a brother to a sister and a son to a mother, consider me in the camp that is downright sickened by the "punishment" Roger Goodell handed out this past week to Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for knocking his fiancée unconscious in an Atlantic City casino elevator this past February. If that were my daughter, my...
KFFL Jul 28, 2014

Ravens | Ray Rice doesn't appeal

Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice ...
Chicago Tribune Jul 26, 2014

Report: Rice's wife urged Goodell to be lenient

The wife of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had an influence on why Rice received only a two-game suspension stemming from the assault charge he received earlier this year.

Report: Rice's wife urged Goodell to be lenient

The wife of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had an influence on why Rice received only a two-game suspension stemming from the assault charge he received earlier this year.
Revenge Of The Birds Jul 26, 2014
Ray Rice suspension: A letter to Roger Goodell

Ray Rice suspension: A letter to Roger Goodell

How disappointing your Ray Rice suspension is. I grew up in a middle class white neighborhood and my parents are still married. I had everything that Ray Rice probably didn't have while growing up.  I had a warm bed and food to eat every single night. I had parents to teach me right from wrong, to praise me when I did good and punish me when I did something wrong. I was taught the meaning of love and respect and my mother made a point many times to tell me you never, ever, hit a woman. Three to four million women in the United States are beaten in their homes each year by their husbands,...
Newsday Jul 25, 2014

Ray Rice's slap on the wrist by NFL sends wrong message on domestic violence

Judy Harris Kluger was particularly galled at the two-game suspension handed down Thursday by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to Ravens running back Ray Rice, who was arrested in February for assaulting his then fiancee, Janay Palmer, at an Atlantic City casino. As someone who has spent most of her adult life dealing with issues involving domestic violence, Kluger thought Goodell needed to send a much more definitive message with a much more substantial punishment.

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