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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.
So why didn’t he show up for the game? Is it the calf and leg injuries? Is he having second thoughts about playing football? Or is he having second thoughts about playing for a dysfunctional organization like the Jets?
With Rob Manfred coming into the league and replacing Bud Selig heading into next season, Rose says that he hopes the new commissioner will give him a second chance and reverse the ban.
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New York Giants safety Will Hill is in hot (bong) water after reportedly testing positive for marijuana. But according to a report from NJ.com, Hill is claiming that the positive test stemmed from secondhand exposure to weed smoke, insinuating that he was in a club where others were partaking in the devil’s lettuce but he declined.
Larry Sanders wants everyone to know that he believes in marijuana and he regularly studies it, but he totally only uses it for medical purposes.
And so continues another stunningly distasteful chapter in a saga full of unseemly and disrespectful dealings between A-Rod and the people who used to employ him, defend him and consider him “a brother.”
You have to hand it to Alex Rodriguez: He’s gotta have watermelon-sized balls (new term for this: watermeloins). Who else would appeal a 211-game suspension for taking performance enhancing drugs, and then appeal that appeal in an attempt to keep playing while trying to overturn the decision in court?