Jemele Hill of ESPN of the story on the incident — and the history behind it — that shocked fans and the league.
The ad is part of the NFL’s campaign to address domestic violence after a string of high-profile abuse cases involving league players, including Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson.
Steve Bisciotti said Monday that the information in ESPN’s report came from sources close to Ray Rice. The reporter fired back, saying the claim was “not true.”
People began queuing up as early as 4 a.m. to return their Ray Rice jerseys at the M&T Stadium in Baltimore.
Now that’s smart parenting.
Steve Bisciotti told fans in a letter the team did not do all they could have after a domestic violence incident involving former running back Ray Rice and his then-fiancee. “Seeing that video changed everything. We should have seen it earlier.”
Some stadium stores are offering an exchange on Ray Rice jerseys, the team announced on Tuesday morning. The former player has also been removed from videos shown during Rutgers University football games and EA Sports’ video game.
“Just know we will continue to grow and show the world what real love is.”
Updated: Brian Kilmeade clarified that he takes the issue of domestic abuse very seriously. The Fox hosts also criticized Janay Palmer and Rihanna for going back to their abusive partners.
TMZ has obtained video of Ray Rice dragging his limp fiancée out of a hotel elevator. Rice and his fiancée Janay Palmer were both arrested and charged with simple assault Saturday.
Baltimore Ravens receiver doesn’t back down after TMZ report. This comes directly after former NFL player Chris Kluwe’s claims that his LGBT advocacy efforts ended his career.
The Ravens will receive $130,000 from the government to push Maryland’s health care exchange.
The Baltimore Ravens visit the White House and get a presidential congratulations on their Super Bowl win.
The Super Bowl champs ditch one of their best players, and for what? For a little bit of money.
The new face of a franchise.
Even if your team just won the Super Bowl.
This is what pure joy looks like.
The Ravens came out of the gate strong, the 49ers came back, but then the Ravens sealed the deal. Here’s how it happened.
Watch it over and over and over and over… GIFs are the new instant replay.
A career spanning 17 seasons ends in the best possible way.
How awesome is winning the Super Bowl, Joe Flacco?
The lights went out. Then weird things happened.
Jacoby Jones beat pro football’s resident homophobe, Chris Culliver, for a tremendous touchdown.
It’s amazing that Cary Williams didn’t get thrown out for this.
The con is on. A guide in seven steps.
For everyone in need of yet another excuse to drink this Sunday. Warning: May lead to EXTREME DRUNKENNESS.