ray rice suspension

An arbitrator ruled Friday that his suspension for punching his fiancee, now his wife, should be vacated immediately. The
Obviously, the inconsistency in the League's response to certain violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy is becoming a serious issue.
I was shocked to read, was the following excerpt of Dr. Boyce Watkins's open letter to Janay Rice in which he calls women who stay with their abusers in order to keep their families intact "heroes."
These are our sisters, our mothers, our daughters and our friends. These are real women who deserve to feel safe in their own homes. Let us all take on the important task of teaching our brothers, our fathers and especially our sons that violence is never a part of any solution.
If assault and battery is to be regarded as a crime, then punishment must be universal.
"Based on this new information, I have concluded that the discipline imposed upon you in July was insufficient under all
"So you had the tape, and you want us to believe that you did not look at it. Well, I think we're all pretty aware of the
It is my hope that the public outcry, tremendous media attention and discussions will not fade once the spotlights are turned off, but will lead to greater public awareness and prevention to proactively address domestic violence.
In the new survey, only 29 percent of Americans said they approve of the way the NFL has handled the case, while 45 percent
Moses had an anger problem. Actually, his anger got him into trouble on more than one occasion. No, not for hitting a woman; we have no record of him ever doing so, but for allowing his anger to turn into murder on one occasion and disobedience to God on another.
"Like I've said in the past, no bumps, no bruises, no nothing," Mayweather said, according to ESPN. "With O.J. and Nicole
The NFL's choice to continue its affiliation with Rice for so long is a validation of his abusive actions, an attempt to sweep the abuse under the carpet. The NFL, collectively, has acted in the same fashion that abusers do.
Can you believe in women's rights and enjoy football? Can you be angry about Ray Rice and the NFL's inadequate handling of him but still feel okay about watching the game? The answer, to both, is no.
The author started sharing her own experiences in an abusive relationship through tweets, using the hashtag #WhyIStayed. So