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The Single Best And Most Honest Thing Anyone From The NFL Has Said About The Ray Rice Scandal So Far
Ravens Owner Steve Biscotti Thinks Ray Rice’s Camp Is Behind Rumors They Had Detailed Knowledge Of Elevator Tape
In reference to an ESPN OTL article published today, that claims the Ravens organization may have had access to or intimate knowledge of the elevator tape and chosen not to do anything about it, even going as far trying to hide it. Biscotti sees these allegations as a smear tactic waged by Rice’s attorney Michael J. Diamondstein, who is part of the attempt to get the running back reinstated.
Reportedly, the Ravens and the NFL had access to the tape and chose not to watch it. Goodell has likely committed willful ignorance. And just as everything went to hell, the Ravens offered Ray Rice a job when he retires as a player.
Former Steelers linebacker James Harrison, who recently retired from the NFL, came out hard against NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the commissioner’s office for the mishandling of the Ray Rice video.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Ray Rice (something tells us we haven’t seen the bottom yet), security staffers told ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” that Rice spat in the face of fiancée Janay Palmer before hitting her.
Baltimore Ravens Owner Issues Statement Full Of Excuses Regarding The Ray Rice-Janay Rice Casino Incident
After the team’s PR department went out of their way to support Ray Rice, it’s kind of hard to forgive Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. He issued a statement apologizing for how they handled all of this on Tuesday, via the team’s official website.
We didn’t learn anything new about Ray Rice yesterday. So why did the league, the team and society-at-large finally react with appropriate revulsion at his actions?