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If one dirtbag comes to the aid of another dirtbag, does that nullify their inhumanity or make it exponentially worse?
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.
A collection of his finest quotes on how hitting a woman is somehow a sign of the apocalypse, inside…
In trying to strike down Ray Rice, the NFL has created a scandal greater than anyone could have imagined.
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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.