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Report: Rice's wife made case to Goodell for lesser punishment

One of the reasons Roger Goodell levied just a two-game suspension against Ray Rice was because Rice's wife 'made a moving and apparently convincing case,' according to

Stephen A. Smith: Women Share Responsibility For Getting Beaten Up In Domestic Abuse Cases: UPDATED

Ray Rice's putrid two game suspension by Roger Goodell and the NFL after he allegedly knocked his girlfriend unconscious in an elevator has caused quite an outrage among many different factions around the states. However, there was one...Show More Summary

Why It Could Take Time Before Roger Goodell, NFL Take Domestic Abuse Seriously

Roger Goodell’s job is to advance the interests of the NFL. He's paid millions to maximize revenue, protect the interests of the league and ensure future growth. He is, per the NFL constitution and bylaws, supposed to be "a person of...Show More Summary

Jason Giambi is somehow the 5th most powerful sports figure in New York

The New York Daily News just published their list of the 50 Most Powerful People in New York Sports.  The Top 5 includes MSG emperor James Dolan, Roger Goodell, Derek Jeter, Giants CEO John Mara, and Hal Steinbrenner.  It’s an interesting listicle combining athletes and executives from the local and national sports scene, even if […]

Sam Ponder’s Twitter feed proves her point about women in sports

ESPN personality Sam Ponder tweeted this thought about the outrage over the NFL’s mere 2 game suspension for Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice for assaulting his fiancee.  The outrage was justified over the NFL and Roger Goodell’s total lack of awareness for saying that domestic abuse was a lesser crime than getting caught taking the […]

Rice caught a break on his one-game fine

For the many who believe Commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t go nearly far enough by suspending Ravens running back Ray Rice only two games for knocking out the woman who would later become his wife, Rice got another piece of favorable treatment. Via ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the one-game fine attached to the two-game suspension will be…

Myers: Lenient Ray Rice ban a Roger Goodell failure

Ray Rice of New Rochelle, Rutgers and the Baltimore Ravens, was considered a model citizen until video caught him dragging his unconscious fiancée — now his wife — out of an Atlantic City hotel elevator in February after he allegedly slugged her.

NFL Embarrassed Itself Again By Suspending Girlfriend Beater Ray Rice Only 2 Games

Roger Goodell and the NFL look like complete fools by only suspending running back Ray Rice two games for knocking his former girlfriend and new wife unconscious in an elevator after an apparent argument. CBS: Baltimore Ravens running...Show More Summary

KSK Mailbag: Roger Goodell is a misogynistic piece of garbage

Pardon the ol’ video up top of yours truly, but I spent most of my day being pissed at Roger Goodell and the NFL for the slap on the wrist […]

Ray Rice not expected to appeal suspension

By rule, Ravens running back Ray Rice has the right to appeal the two-game suspension and one-game fine imposed on him by Commissioner Roger Goodell for violating the personal-conduct policy.  Per a league source, initial indications are that Rice will not appeal the ruling. Since the appeal is handled by the person who made the…

A list of acts worse than beating a woman unconscious, according to the NFL

Ray Rice punched his fiancée Janay Palmer unconscious in a casino. Roger Goodell's failure to deliver more than a two-game suspension is a clear and shameful message that the NFL doesn't respect women.

Roger Goodell's official statement on the Ray Rice suspension

The NFL formally announced that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been suspended two games for conduct detrimental to the league stemming from his February arrest. Rice will not be paid during his suspension, which begins on Aug. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell's letter to Ray Rice

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell officially announced a two-game suspension for Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. Rice’s suspension will begin on August 30. He will be eligible for reinstatement on Monday, September 12, following the Ravens’ game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Show More Summary

From Face Stomps to Bounties to Elevator Beatings: A Review of Suspensions Under Roger Goodell

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Haynesworth was suspended 5 games for stomping on a face caught on camera. Rice got away with 2.

Jadeveon Clowney has no idea who Roger Goodell or Bill Belichick are

Bleacher Report sat down with Houston Texans No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney and played a funny game of word association that told us quite a bit about the quiet rookie. The game's rules were simple: Clowney and B/R host Adam Lefkoe...Show More Summary

Interview: Roger Goodell & Robert Kraft on NFL in London, L.A. & on Thursday Nights

New England Patriots chairman and CEO Robert Kraft suspects that the NFL may be close to maximum load in the U.S., but he and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell think there's still room to grow on the Pacific coast and across the Atlantic. Show More Summary

Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers Could Share Home Stadium

The Oakland Raiders are having landlord issues. You know, the kind that make you want to move out and find new digs. Now, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has stepped in and suggested that the Oakland Raiders’ solution — or at least temporary solution — might be to find a new roommate. And who does the

Roger Goodell: Football Safer, NFL Players Living Longer Than Men Outside the Game

Detractors may have been able to marginalize and stigmatize boxing--only to see it supplanted by the equally violent mixed-martial arts--but according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the same fate will not befall professional football. Show More Summary

Goodell surprised by 'tremendous demand' for NFL football in London

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell thinks a team permanently based in Europe is 15-20 years away, although 'it could be five or 10.'

CBS and NFL Talk 'Thursday Night Football' Future

Leslie Moonves talks about using fall's eight games to woo the league into a long-term deal, while commissioner Roger Goodell is adamant that some games stay on the NFL Network. read more

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