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League isn't saying whether Ray Rice would be a second-time offender

With the NFL introducing a new domestic violence policy that includes the possibility of a lifetime ban for a second offense, an obvious question arises regarding Ravens running back Ray Rice. 161 more words

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NFL on Domestic Violence: 6 Games for 1st Offense; Lifetime Ban Afterward

On Thursday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to all of the league’s owners addressing domestic violence and the penalties that players should face surrounding domestic violence incidents. 603 more words

NFL Cracks Down on Domestic Violence After Criticism

The NFL said Thursday that it would impose stricter penalties on players and any other league personnel who commit domestic abuse, following fierce criticism of a two-game suspension it handed down to a player who allegedly beat his fiancée. 453 more words

Goodell, NFL Announce Enhanced Penalties For Domestic Violence

1090 The Fan/NEW YORK (AP) – The National Football League announced enhanced penalties for players who are charged with domestic violence.

Under the revised personal conduct policy, any NFL employee will receive a six-game ban for a first offense and a lifetime ban for a second offense, according to the… 308 more words

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Roger Goodell to owners on Ray Rice 2-game suspension: “I didn’t get it right. We have to do better” (ESPN)

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NFL institutes new policy on domestic violence with 6-game ban for first offense

The NFL was roundly criticized for suspending Ravens running back Ray Rice two games under the personal conduct policy after Rice was charged with assaulting his then-fiance and current wife during an incident at an Atlantic City hotel in February. 269 more words

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Why the Browns need to unleash Johnny Football

Let me start off by saying I like Brian Hoyer. What’s not to like about the hometown hero who tore his ACL after helping beat division rivals the Bengals last year? 823 more words

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