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In an absolutely unsuspected and unprecedented turn of events, the appeal of Ray Rice’s suspension for his domestic violence incident will be ruled on by a neutral arbitrator rather than NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
The venerable SNL never looked more like old media than it did here, picking over the bleached bones of the league’s domestic violence crisis long after John Oliver, Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart and the network late night talk hosts had already made all the good jokes and salient points.
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.
PARAPHRASING FOX NEWS’ RAY RICE ANALYSIS: Panelist Is All Like ‘Women Are Different, K? I’m A Doctor’
Rice’s attorneys are expected to charge that the video was heavily edited. But what was cut out? Was Janay Rice wielding a sword? Were there other combatants? Answers ahead!
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.
Stewart On The NFL: ‘You Know Things Are Bad When You Have You Appoint Your Own Special Victims Unit’
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.