Jerry Jones: It’s ‘madness’ to think he’s not looking out for NFL’s best interests

Jerry Jones on Friday says it’s “madness” to believe everything he’s doing isn’t in the short- and long-term interest of the NFL.The Dallas Cowboys owner’s claim comes amid the perception his ongoing and escalating battle with his fellow owners over Roger Goodell’s contract extension has seemingly ignited a league-wide civil war.“It would be madness to think that everything I’m doing...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Roger Goodell might not get that extension

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is looking for an extension. But he’s not getting one if the majority of owners have anything to say about it.Per reports, 17 owners—on a conference call Thursday—are looking to halt any potential extension. So, who’s leading the charge? None other than Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones. So what’s causing the backlash, so to speak?“The owners on Thursday...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

What Trump doesn't understand about the protests

This week, with thousands of American citizens in Houston, Florida, and Puerto Rico still without electricity or running water, his legislative agenda crumpling around him, and a nuclear-armed dictator threatening to attack the United States and its allies, the president decided it would be a prudent gesture to dive head-first into the world of sports. In doing so, he’s managed to...
Via The Sports Post
September 27, 2017  |  Discuss

NFL shifts blame for Zeke suspension to police and NFLPA

Ezekiel Elliott may very well see his six-game suspension reduced. One would think, should that happen, it’d be a setback for NFL executives, but it’s unlikely they would see it that way. By their logic, erring on the side of caution with a six-game suspension, the NFL avoids another media blitz focused on how the NFL is unconcerned with domestic violence. Avoiding a continuation...
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August 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Ray Rice joins coaching staff of hometown high school

After some speculation that he’d join the coaching staff at New Rochelle High School, Ray Rice is officially on board and working with the team. It’s really a boon to the school to have Rice on board.As bad as it was that he beat the woman who is now his wife in an elevator a few years back, the former Baltimore Ravens running back has turned his life around in a big way.We’re talking...
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June 01, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Ray Rice takes job as HS running backs coach

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has made it clear he wants another shot at the NFL. In the meantime, it appears he’s content with another opportunity — coaching running backs at a New Jersey high school. The former NFL star will certainly have a lot to offer the young men at Don Bosco Prep High School, both in terms of football knowledge and life knowledge.Rice became...
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April 03, 2017  |  Discuss

President Trump on Roger Goodell: ‘The commissioner is a dope. He’s a stupid guy’

President Donald Trump isn’t one afraid to ruffle some feathers. It’s his outspoken attitude and ability to go away from the norm that caught the attention of those who voted him into office.As divisive as Trump himself might be, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is an equally divisive figure around the football world. Heck, one might say that the two could be connected at the hip.But...
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February 01, 2017  |  Discuss

Lisa Ann goes off about rumors she is sleeping with Ray Rice

Lisa Ann posed for a photo with Ray Rice last weekend, and she does not appreciate the assumptions that were made as a result. TMZ caught up Ann this week, and the retired porn star turned sports radio personality unloaded on those who have asked her if she is sleeping with Rice because of the photo. The shot was taken at a charity basketball event in the Bronx, where Ann was a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Ray Rice acknowledges his NFL playing days are likely over

Ray Rice has not appeared in an NFL game since he was with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, but he has remained optimistic that another team could give him a shot. That is, until now. In an interview with James Kratch of NJ Advance Media on Thursday, Rice said he has continued to train and stay in shape. However, he clearly isn’t waiting by the phone for an NFL team to call. “I’m...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Ray Rice still hoping to play in NFL in 2016?

Ray Rice has not appeared in an NFL game in over two years, but the former Baltimore Ravens running back refuses to give up on his playing career. Rice spoke to incoming Ravens rookies last week about making good life choices. He also made an appearance at Western Michigan recently as a guest speaker, leading some to believe he has accepted his NFL career is over and moved onto...
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May 29, 2016  |  Discuss

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