The Washington Redskins’ special team unit didn’t have the start they wanted to open the season. The unit had a blocked extra point kick and a possession later, a punt was blocked which was returned for a touchdown.
As the Ray Rice saga continues to roll on, the Baltimore Ravens organization is trying to gather themselves to focus on football. One man who has been pretty quiet since new information and the video that led to Rice release and suspension surfaced is general manager Ozzie Newsome.
In the face of a damning report that an NFL executive left a voicemail for a law enforcement officer confirming that the league had received the Ray Rice video, the NFL is seemingly circling the wagons.
So we now know that law enforcement sent the Ray Rice video to the NFL back in April. The NFL still reiterates that they “have no knowledge” of anyone with the NFL receiving the video. But the AP just posted their full report that blows all of that up.
BREAKING: AP Source: Law enforcement official sent copy of Ray Rice tape to NFL executive in April — The Associated Press (@AP) September 10, 2014
Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson is still pissed about last Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. During 4th quarter, Andy Dalton took a low shot to the legs after he handed off the ball to Giovani Bernard. Who was the man who delivered that hit? Ravens LB Terrell Suggs.
Washington Redskins WR Santana Moss showed up last Sunday ready to play, but he ran into a little problem. When Moss arrived at his locker, he noticed that his jersey wasn’t there. That is when Moss learned for the first time in his career, he was designated a healthy scratch.
As the fallout of the Ray Rice situation continues, women around the US have given us their opinion on Rice and domestic violence. Now that Rice is suspended indefinitely from the NFL and the CFL won’t allow him in their league, one league is making it known that Rice can play in theirs only for […]
The NFL is trying its best to save face and protect the Shield. But with each passing statement and each passing report, it’s getting tougher and tougher.
The Arizona Cardinals defeated the San Diego Chargers last night after overcoming an 11-point deficit in the 4th quarter. Carson Palmer threw for 304 yards on 37 attempts. What’s was amazing about that is only four of those pass attempts were targeted for WR Larry Fitzgerald, who only had one catch for 22 yards.