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Baltimore Sun Jan 16, 2015

After resolving grievance with Ray Rice, Ravens say, 'it's time to turn the page'

One day after reaching a settlement with Ray Rice in his wrongful termination grievance, the Ravens issued a statement saying they've concluded their business with the three-time Pro Bowl running back.
Rotoworld Jan 15, 2015

Report: Ray Rice, Ravens settle grievance - Ray Rice (RB) Unsigned Free Agent

Profootballtalk reports that Ray Rice has settled his grievance with the Ravens.
Baltimore Sun Jan 15, 2015

Ravens, former running back Ray Rice settle grievance, sources say

The Ravens and former star running back Ray Rice reached a financial settlement Thursday, avoiding a grievance hearing and potentially-lengthy wait for a ruling by NFL system arbitrator Shyam Das, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation.
Baltimore Beatdown Jan 15, 2015

Ravens and Ray Rice reach settlement in grievance

Financial terms have not been revealed. The Baltimore Ravens and Ray Rice have reached a settlement in the team's former running back's grievance filing. Ravens, Ray Rice have settled their grievance, per a source. No financial compensation disclosed at this time.— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) January 15, 2015 Per league source, the Ray Rice grievance has been settled.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 15, 2015 Pro Football Talk also offered this nugget, too: Ravens decline to confirm settlement of Ray Rice grievance.  Its not a surprise; they dont want people to think they...
KFFL Jan 15, 2015

Ravens | Ray Rice grievance settled

Former Baltimore Ravens RB Ray ...
Baltimore Sun Jan 14, 2015

Ray Rice to seek back pay from Ravens when grievance hearing begins Thursday

Five months after the Ravens terminated Ray Rice's $35 million contract, a wrongful termination grievance hearing is set for Thursday and Friday to determine whether the three-time Pro Bowl running back is entitled to back pay.
Baltimore Sun Jan 8, 2015

We didn't need Mueller to tell us Ravens, NFL bungled Rice scandal

The long-awaited Mueller report is out and the only thing you're going to be shocked by is the lack of any shocking revelations in the 96-page document commissioned by Roger Goodell to scrutinize mishandling of the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal by the Ravens and the NFL.
Express-Times Jan 8, 2015
Ray Rice's wife Janay after Mueller Report released: 'It doesn't matter who saw the video'

Ray Rice's wife Janay after Mueller Report released: 'It doesn't matter who saw the video'

Rice's wife spoke on Twitter on the same day the Mueller Report was released.
Baltimore Sun Jan 8, 2015

Mueller report finds no evidence that NFL saw Ray Rice elevator video early

There’s no evidence that anyone in the NFL saw video of Ray Rice punching his future wife before the footage was released in September, former FBI director Robert Mueller III said Thursday in releasing his report on the league’s handling of domestic violence allegations against...
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 8, 2015

Mueller Report: Hotel security guard watched Ray Rice punch his wife in real time

Security watched in real-time as Rice threw the punch.
Tampa Bay Times Jan 8, 2015

Investigator: NFL should have sought more info in Rice case

NEW YORK — The NFL failed to investigate the Ray Rice case properly, former FBI director Robert S. Mueller said in a report that also said he found no evidence the league received a video of the Ravens running back knocking out his fiancee on a casino elevator.
Express-Times Jan 8, 2015
Mueller Report: NFL should have known Ray Rice committed 'serious assault,' investigated further

Mueller Report: NFL should have known Ray Rice committed 'serious assault,' investigated further

Though the league didn't see the video from inside the Revel Casino elevator, it should have investigated further based on what it knew.
Baltimore Beatdown Jan 8, 2015

Robert Mueller's Ray Rice/NFL report released, denies league saw elevator tape beforehand

While the Mueller Report blamed the NFL for not conducting a thorough-enough investigation, no evidence was found that the league had access to the in-elevator tape. The investigation into the NFL's handling of Ray Rice's suspension has finished. Investigator Robert Mueller of WilmerHale has released his findings in an investigation conducted into whether the NFL handled the Rice issue accordingly. Rice, as you know, punched his now-wife Janay Rice in the face with the contents captured on a video. Before the in-elevator footage surfaced, commissioner Roger Goodell gave him a two-game...
Plain Dealer Jan 8, 2015

NFL Mueller Report: League should have investigated Ray Rice incident more thoroughly

Mueller report finds no evidence the NFL received video of Ray Rice striking his then-girlfriend in an elevator.

Mueller report finds ‘no evidence’ NFL received or watched Ray Rice video

Roger Goodell is off the hook, at least for now. The independent report overseen by former FBI director Robert Mueller III and commissioned by the NFL in the wake of the Ray Rice scandal was released has found the league, including Commissioner Roger Goodell, did not know of the infamous video of Rice striking his […]

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