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NFL requests police guard Roger Goodell's Maine home

Amid the aftermath of the Roger Goodell’s decision to uphold Tom Brady’s four-game ban in the Deflategate saga, the NFL thought it wise to seek protection for the man who made judgement against New England’s golden boy. According to David Hench of the Portland Press Herald, the league “reached out” to the Scarborough Police for assistance with ensuring the commissioner...
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Three reasons why Ray Rice might not have a job for a consecutive season

Ray Rice is in headlines again, but for better reasons. There’s two tags that I’m sure the once star running back for the Baltimore Ravens is happy to see not included in these headlines; the Ravens and shots at his domestic violence incident with his now wife, Janay. Today, Rice finds himself in headlines as critics and supporters analyze whether or not he should get another...
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Ray Rice, Chris Johnson reportedly not in plans for Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys enter training camp with many questions at the running back position. Ryan Williams was just cut, leading many to wonder if Ray Rice or Chris Johnson could soon be added in his stead. According to a report, Dallas won’t be pursuing either of them at this time. Drew Davison of the Star-Telegram reports the Cowboys will play the wait-and-see game, content with...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Does Rice deserve the second chance so many want him to get?

With training camps opening and the battles for positions to begin, time for free agents to get into camp and compete for one of those sports in winding down, and heating up. And perhaps no free agent carries a bigger name -- and more baggage -- than former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. Rice, 28, did not play in the NFL last season after he punched his fiancee and knocked...
Via Fox Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice receives support from Anti-Violence group

Ray Rice is continuing to work out during the off-season in his effort to make a return to the NFL and according to one Anti-Violence group, he deserves a second chance. ESPN broke the news on Tony Porter and Ted Bunch the co-founders of A CALL TO MEN, an Anti-Violence group offering their support of Ray Rice on his path back to the NFL. Both Porter and Bunch have monitored Ray...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Anti-violence group: Ray Rice deserves another chance in NFL

In what appears on the surface to be a surprising development, the leaders of a national anti-domestic violence organization believe that Ray Rice deserves another chance to pursue a career in the NFL, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Tony Porter and Ted Bunch, co-founders of “A CALL TO MEN,” an organization that calls for men to...Read More The post Anti-domestic violence group...
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Domestic violence prevention group wants Ray Rice to get second chance in NFL: Report

A group known as "A CALL TO MEN," which "encourages men to end violence against women," thinks Ray Rice deserves a second chance to play in the NFL. After seeing the ex-Baltimore Ravens running back speak to high school and college students about the error of his ways over the past nine months, the group's co-founder Ted Bunch told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the disgraced Rice...
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Revisiting the four best possible fits for Ray Rice

Now that training camps are about to start, there seems to be some renewed interest in former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. And while at least one owner has balked at his team bringing Rice in, situations tend to change during training camp. In addition to this, preseason injuries put squads behind the proverbial eight ball. Here are four of the best possible fits for...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice seeking help for another opportunity

I don’t have to remind you of the awful, awful things Ray Rice did to garner himself a release from the Baltimore Ravens, and eventually a suspension. Rice’s suspension was eventually lifted in November, and he was reinstated that same month. Since then, Rice has been searching for another team to give him a second chance. And Rice has asked for some help. Rice has recruited...
Via EndZoneScore
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice still searching for second chance in NFL

Ray Rice has been on the NFL’s untouchable list since a video surface of him punching his fiancée Janay Palmer in the face and knocking her out. It was a very graphic video, but since then the two have reconciled and she has begged the league to give Rice another chance. Despite Palmer’s plea for a second chance, teams have stayed away from Rice and haven’t even considered...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

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