"Ray could get blackballed," said former NFL agent Joel Corry, who covers the business of football for National Football Post. "We may have seen the last of him. He's essentially radioactive at this point. This doesn't compare to Aaron Hernandez or Rae Carruth, but it's a very ugly situation. In any other job and you do something like this, you're getting fired. At some point, a player becomes so unpalatable for public consumption that you have to cut ties."