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Ray Lewis On Ray Rice: ‘There Are Some Things You Can Cover Up, And There Are Some Things You Can’t’
Ray Lewis murders ESPN’s credibility, and there’s video of the crime.
Florida State stepped up their punishment — sort of — and suspended Jameis Winston for a whole game. Then something beautiful happened. Tim Tebow was surprisingly articulate about Jameis Winston’s role as FSU’s leader
The Fox News host took a dark, unsettling trip down memory lane on Wednesday during a panel discussion on the Adrian Peterson alleged child abuse controversy.
The charge? Simms, whom Denver fans say is biased against their team, is irked because his son, Chris, was released by the Broncos in 2010. The Change.org petition has now topped 41,000 signatures. CBS has not commented so far.
Here’s an interesting theory: The NFL and its fans don’t want to suspend football players who do bad things, like Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, because of fantasy football. Banning elite players affects fantasy teams, and fantasy affects the bottom line — therefore, don’t ban elite players.