One day after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell appointed former FBI director Robert Mueller III to investigate the league's handling and pursuit of evidence in the Ray Rice investigation, New York Giants owner John Mara and Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney II have weighed in on their role.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to hire former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III to conduct what they're calling an independent investigation of the league's handling of the Ray Rice situation is a decisive move aimed at restoring public confidence in the sport.
In their first public comments since releasing running back Ray Rice, the Ravens¿ top decision makers acknowledged that they failed in their handling of the situation and vowed to be more diligent in investigating legal matters involving their players going forward.
Questions surrounding when the NFL and the Ravens saw video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator intensified on Wednesday following a report that a law enforcement official sent the graphic footage to a league executive in April.
In their first public comments since releasing running back Ray Rice, the Ravens¿ top decision makers acknowledged in an exclusive interview today with The Baltimore Sun, that they failed in their handling of the situation and vowed to be more diligent in investigating legal matters involving their players going forward.
Twelve members of the House of Representative Judiciary Committed issued a demand in a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, strongly requesting that the league exercise transparency regarding the Ray Rice domestic violence investigation.
An NFL executive received a tape of former Ravens running back Ray Rice punching Janay Palmer in a casino elevator in April, according to an Associated Press report that cites an anonymous law enforcement official.
The Baltimore Ravens said Tuesday that the team gave up its investigation into the Ray Rice assault incident after just a few weeks, while the National Football League explained its own fruitless efforts to obtain the surveillance video of the player punching his then-fiancee.
A day after running back Ray Rice's contract was terminated, Ravens coach John Harbaugh reaffirmed his belief in Bernard Pierce, who didn't touch the ball after fumbling on his sixth carry in Sunday's season opener.
Mike Preston asks where was owner Steve Bisciotti? And since he didn't post at a night time news conference, where were the other leaders in the organization -- president Dick Cass and general manager Ozzie Newsome?
First and foremost, what really changed on Monday, when the other shoe finally dropped and the video from the elevator at the Revel casino in Atlantic City, N.J., showed up on the celebrity scandal website TMZ Sports?
Emotional about the firing of star running back Ray Rice after a graphic video surfaced of him punching Janay Palmer in a casino elevator and stinging from a season-opening defeat, the Ravens play the AFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers in two days.
A future in the NFL is very much in doubt for running back Ray Rice after the Ravens terminated his $35 million contract Monday hours after a video surfaced of him punching his then-fiancee in February at an Atlantic City, N.J., casino.
The Ravens are standing by Ray Rice no longer. The team announced Monday afternoon that it has terminated the contract of the 27-year-old running back on the same day a new video surfaced showing him striking his then-fiancee.