The Ebola story may have stolen most recent headlines, but plenty of other things also happened in the news this week. The Oscar Pistorius case is coming to an end, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz suffered a gruesome injury, and Ferguson is still in a state of unrest. Here are some of the best images you will see, brought to us by some of the worlds hardest-working photojournalists.
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One comedian + one Packers hoodie = Super Bowl XLV MVP
Hayne train departs NRL, to catch plane and avoid the rain.
The Minnesota Vikings running back disputed several claims made in Sunday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune story on Peterson. The article comes as Peterson appears in court after being charged with child abuse.
From Branden Oliver’s breakout performance to Odell Beckham Jr.’s first NFL touchdown, here are some epic photos of what you may have missed on Sunday, Oct. 5.
The assault allegedly took place on Sept. 20, and Spillman has not yet been disciplined. The NFL is “looking into” the case, a representative told BuzzFeed News in a statement Thursday.
With the run of form that the New England Patriots are in this should not be changing any time soon.
During Monday night’s game, the Kansas City safety, who is Muslim, was penalized for “unsportsmanlike behavior” when he prayed to celebrate his touchdown. An NFL spokesman said Tuesday that he should not have been penalized.
Snoop lashed out at the Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley via Instagram last night over the team’s last-second loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Sometimes it looks like they are playing this game in outer space.
“I punched a mailman, that’s federal baby.”
These photos are evidence that Eli has absolutely zero swag.
The unnamed official told the AP that he sent the video of Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancée to NFL security chief Jeffrey Miller.
“I might be nervous and scared beyond words, but I’ll never let her see it.”
Each picture in the project represents a team that employs players with a domestic violence record.
The NFL Players Association filed an appeal of the indefinite suspension on behalf of Ray Rice on Sept. 16.
“I got it wrong in the handling of the Ray Rice matter.”
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Pro football is Washington’s multi-million dollar National Fundraising League. That’s not going to change no matter what happens.
The NFL Commissioner addresses the recent high-profile abuse cases involving Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and other players.
Marriott Hotels, the official hotel sponsor of the NFL, told BuzzFeed News Friday that it is reviewing its deal with the league.
People began queuing up as early as 4 a.m. to return their Ray Rice jerseys at the M&T Stadium in Baltimore.
Stern statements from brands like Pepsi and Anheuser-Busch aren’t really damaging the league. If they want to affect real change, they need to hit the league and its owners where it hurts most — in their wallets.
Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo’s CEO and chairwoman issued a statement today addressing the NFL’s “mishandling” of “the repugnant behavior of a few players.”
The running back threatened to kill himself if the woman went to police, Phoenix police said. The Cardinals have deactivated Dwyer.
The Carolina Panthers removed defensive end Greg Hardy from their roster until a domestic violence case against him is resolved, according to reports. Attorney Gloria Allred is calling on the NFL to improve its investigation process of abuse allegations to provide fair, speedy discipline.
The players’ union announced Tuesday it is appealing the NFL’s decision to indefinitely suspend Ray Rice following the release of a video that showed the running back punching his then-fiancée. BuzzFeed News takes a look at what happens next.
Gov. Mark Dayton calls Peterson’s actions “a public embarrassment to the Vikings organization and the State of Minnesota.”
UPDATE: The NFL star is on leave with pay “to take care of his personal and legal issues.” He has been excluded from all Minnesota Vikings team activities until he resolves the child abuse charges he’s facing in Texas.