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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.
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Comedian Megan MacKay made this video last week: and while the title may signal something in poor taste and unfunny, the result is actually the opposite. She’s made one of the most on-target commentaries on Rice, and the phenomenon of domestic abuse, I have seen lately. But you may just enjoy it for the makeup tips.
The NFL season kicked off in earnest on Thursday, September 4 on a mild night in Seattle. Just four days later, all of the momentum the Week 1 games generated for the NFL came to a grinding halt in the wake of scandal after scandal involving some marquee players.
Highlights in the world of sports from the past week, just the way you like ‘em: cut into fun, bite-sized video pieces. Join host Eytan Shander as he deconstructs the top stories. This week: Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, and more.
Poor Paul George. The dude had one of the more horrific leg injuries you’ll ever see while basically playing off-season pickup basketball (c’mon, we’re going to win that FIBA thing easily, right?). But rather than waiting for everyone to sign his cast, he was busy getting ready for the season by changing his jersey number from 24 to 13. I’ll wait… Oh c’mon, PG-13. Get it? But then he decided to tweet today…
What’s been overlooked in all this Ray Rice controversy is that Commissioner Roger Goodell has set a precedent for the NFL dealing with Off-Field Violence committed by its players. From now on, there must be actual video of the act of violence that is “extremely clear, extremely graphic and sickening” for the league to take the appropriate action. At least that’s how Goodell justified waiting all this time to suspend Rice rather than wrist slap he originally gave Rice.
Rihanna song? Baltimore Ravens? The whole pregame show and opening was super awkward from the start. CBS should probably just show a Bugs Bunny cartoon instead.