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Records show little written interaction between N.J. authorities and NFL or Ravens
Records show little written interaction between N.J. authorities and NFL or Ravens

As questions remain about the thoroughness of investigations by the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL into running back Ray Rice's assault on his then-fiancee, a check of public records shows little written interaction between authorities and the league or team. The Baltimore Sun made a public-records request under New Jersey law for all written records, including email and letters, between any "non-media" parties and Atlantic City-area authorities. Such records might have shown how far the team and the league had gone to investigate the assault on Janay Palmer, now Rice's wife, in the early morning of Feb. 15 at the Revel Casino Hotel. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has...

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