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Judge Overturns Tom Brady's Deflategate SuspensionHe says the punishment was too harsh
Why Did Janay Rice Stay? Ray Rice's Wife Opens Up to Today in Lengthy, Revealing InterviewIn Part 1 of Today's interview with Janay Rice, the wife of disgraced football pro Ray Rice has opened up about why she stayed by his side, how the NFL essentially scripted their "awkward" press conference and that she's never watched — and never plans to watch — that second released tape of her husband beating her unconscious. "I refuse," Rice told Matt Lauer in the taped interview which aired on Monday. "I'm not going to let the public (more…)
Luke Wilson to Play Commissioner Roger Goodell in NFL MovieActor Luke Wilson is getting ready to suit up as one of the most maligned men in America. The Royal Tenenbaums actor is in talks to play NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in an upcoming untitled NFL movie, The Wrap reports.
ESPN Suspends Bill Simmons After Simmons Dares ESPN to Punish Him For His Anti-NFL RemarksESPN suspended Bill Simmons for three weeks on Wednesday in response to comments Simmons made during Monday's edition of his podcast, in which he blasted NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a profanity-laced tirade First, Simmons called Goodell a liar, referencing the commissioner's response to the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal.
Why Is Hope Solo Allowed to Play Soccer Despite Domestic Abuse Charges?As America is up in arms over NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's response to the Ray Rice video, Hope Solo is back on the soccer field despite also facing domestic abuse charges. On Thursday, the Olympic gold medalist helped her team, the Seattle Reign, to another victory. But whereas Rice and the NFL have been all over the news after a video of Rice knocking out his wife surfaced, Solo's charges aren't keeping fans and the U.S. soccer league from cheering Solo on.
Roger Goodell Won't Resign From NFL, But Promises Conduct Policy ChangesNFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke publicly for the first time since Sept. 10 about the NFL's handling of the recent rash of domestic abuse cases in a press conference Friday afternoon and though he accepted the blame for the NFL "doing wrong," he isn't resigning from his position despite pressure from others to do so.