According to the AP, there’s a much longer video than the one that surfaced on Monday. This video shows what transpired moments before Ray Rice punched Janay Rice and knocked her out.
Janay Rice, Ray Rice’s wife, has chimed in on her husband being released by the Ravens and the video that surfaced Monday. Rice calls the entire situation a “horrible nightmare” and she feels like she’s “mourning the death of my closest friend.”
Cleveland Browns rookie DB Justin Gilbert had a tough outing against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Gilbert, who was drafted 8th in this year’s draft, was picked on multiple time by QB Ben Rothenlisberger in their 30-27 loss to their rivals. Browns heady coach Mike Pettine acknowledged Gilbert’s struggles and said that the team is considering reducing […]
Fantasy football owners who drafted Jacksonville Jaguars WR Allen Hurns got an unexpected boost on Sunday. Hurns caught four passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns in a losing effort against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The #Ravens have terminated RB Ray Rice's contract this afternoon. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 8, 2014
The Buffalo Bills had many distractions heading into their season opener against the Chicago Bears. People were questioning if EJ Manuel was the right QB for the team. Reports also came out about his head coach Doug Marrone and members of the front office having a heated arguement on the practice field.
This is quickly getting ugly. In response to the video of Ray Rice knocking out his fiancé Janay Palmer that surfaced earlier today, Denver Broncos DT Terrance Knighton took to Twitter to voice his displeasure of the NFL’s handling of Rice.
The NFL thought they had resolved the Ray Rice controversy, but boy were they wrong. We’ve all seen video of Ray Rice dragging his fiancé Janay Palmer out of an elevation after knocking her unconscious. But now, TMZ has released video of Rice actually knocking out Palmer in the elevator.
Depending on what you read, Josh Gordon is either mulling over suing the NFL over his year-long suspension or just accepting the suspension and spending the season selling cars.
Despite reports that Josh Gordon was looking to play in the CFL, which the Browns predictably squashed, ESPN’s Josina Anderson is reporting that Gordon will be working a regular job. That job? Selling cars in Ohio.