USA Today "An investigation into the NFL's handling and pursuit of evidence in the Ray Rice assault case isn't expected to be completed for months, and it now appears likely Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension could be resolved first. Rice spoke recently with the NFL Players Association and asked..." October 09
USA Today "New York Giants owner John Mara said Wednesday the investigation into the NFL's handling and pursuit of evidence in the Ray Rice domestic violence case will probably take "another several months." Asked if that means former FBI director Robert Mueller's report might not come until after the..." October 09
Covers.com "The NFL appointed former United States District Judge Barbara S. Jones to handle the appeal case filed by the NFL Players Association on Ray Rice's behalf. Commissioner Roger Goodell was required by the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement to consult with NFLPA executive director..." October 02
Baltimore Sun "The NFL and the NFL Players Association have agreed to a neutral arbitrator to hear the appeal for indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice. No hearing date or hearing officer have been determined yet, though, as talks continue between NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith..." September 30
CBSSports.com "The Associated Press reported Thursday night that a law enforcement official claims to have sent a surveillance video -- showing Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in the face in an Atlantic City elevator -- to the NFL in April, addressing the tape to league security chief Jeffrey Miller. Later..." September 27
CBSSports.com "A law enforcement official told the Associated Press Thursday that he sent the surveillance video showing Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in the face and knocking her unconscious to NFL headquarters to the attention of league security chief Jeffrey Miller in April. Miller denied that he had..." September 26
Pro Football Talk "The NFL and NFLPA have agreed to push back Ray Rice’s appeal for his indefinite suspension. But the union wants to have its own look at the case. The NFLPA just sent out a release saying they’ve retained their own counsel “to conduct our investigation surrounding the due process, discipline,..." September 24
ESPN.com "Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti has refuted an ESPN report into the team's handling of Ray Rice's domestic abuse case, claiming that the story was "manufactured" around the accounts of the running back's inner circle. Bisciotti addressed the ESPN "Outside the Lines" report during a news..." September 23
Pro Football Talk "Ten days ago, the NFL indefinitely suspended running back Ray Rice. Last Tuesday, Rice appealed the suspension. Six days later, Commissioner Roger Goodell still hasn’t appointed a hearing officer, and no progress has been made toward establishing a date for the appeal. That could soon..." September 22
ESPN.com "The seven-month scandal that is threatening Roger Goodell's future as NFL commissioner began with an unexpected phone call in the early morning hours on a Saturday in February. Just hours after running back Ray Rice knocked out his then-fiancée with a left hook at the Revel Hotel Casino in..." September 20
Pro Football Talk "In most cases, a player’s suspension doesn’t become final until he has exhausted his appeal rights. In the case of indefinitely suspended running back Ray Rice, that’s not the case. The NFL contends that Rice remains suspended until his appeal is resolved, or until his suspension..." September 17
Pro Football Talk "As expected (but a day later than expected), the NFLPA has filed an appeal of the NFL’s indefinite suspension of Ray Rice. “This action taken by our union is to protect the due process rights of all NFL players,” the NFLPA said in a statement. “The NFLPA appeal is based on supporting facts..." September 17
Pro Football Talk "Ray Rice hasn’t said or done much since he was cut by the Ravens and suspended indefinitely by the NFL last Monday. This Monday, he’ll say plenty. According to multiple league sources, Rice will appeal the indefinite suspension on Monday. The appeal will be handled by the NFLPA and by an..." September 15
ESPN.com "The pretrial intervention program offered to Ray Rice in the assault case involving his wife was granted in less than 1 percent of all domestic violence assault cases from 2010-13 that were resolved, according to New Jersey Judiciary data obtained Friday by "Outside the Lines." Rice and his..." September 13
Pro Football Talk "Well, now we have an explanation. It just needs an explanation. According to Jane McManus of ESPN.com, the NFL informed Ray Rice that it increased his suspension from two games to indefinite because the video they eventually saw showed a “starkly different” sequence of events than what Rice..." September 12
Pro Football Talk "The Ravens offered a trade-in program for Ray Rice jerseys, a good call after he was released and suspended indefinitely for punching his wife in the face. But some Ravens fans — including several women — were still proudly wearing them last night. Via the Associated Press, there were still..." September 12
ESPN.com "Ray Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on June 16 that he punched then-fiancee in a casino elevator, four sources have told "Outside the Lines," an assertion that contradicts Goodell's statement this week that "when we met with Ray Rice and his representatives, it was ambiguous about what..." September 11
CBSSports.com "Take a look at that date on the photo above. Go ahead, I'll wait. April 9, 2014, is correct. So what's special about that date? Well, it was the day before the 2014 Masters started but apparently it was also the day something else was going on with a different sport. NFL commissioner..." September 11
New York Post "As a veteran of raging controversy himself, Michael Vick wanted Ray Rice to know Wednesday he has an experienced shoulder to lean on. Vick didn’t condone Rice knocking his then-fiancée unconscious on the video that got the Ravens running back released and suspended this week, but Vick says Rice..." September 11
Press of Atlantic City "Ray Rice never would have faced jail time in the assault that knocked his now-wife unconscious, even if he had gone to trial, the Atlantic County prosecutor said Wednesday, breaking his silence on the case for the first time. TMZ’s release of a video showing Rice punch Janay Palmer inside a..." September 11
Yahoo! Sports "Finally, there should be some real answers to how the NFL handled the Ray Rice situation. The league, through a statement by spokeman Greg Aiello, said former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III has been hired to investigate the league's handling of the domestic violence incident with Rice, a..." September 11
CBSSports.com "Since the night Ray Rice was arrested on Feb. 15, there's been two videos released. One video shows Rice punching his then-fiancee and the other video shows Rice dragging an unconscious Janay Palmer out of an elevator. What wasn't clear before Wednesday is what happened immediately before and..." September 11
CBSSports.com "Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti on Tuesday said the team stopped trying to obtain the Ray Rice elevator surveillance tape and that the decision had been a mistake. But ABC News reported Wednesday evening that the team knew shortly after Ray Rice hit Janay Rice that a video from inside the elevator..." September 10
Fox Sports "It’s been a long week of organizations separating themselves from Ray Rice. First the Baltimore Ravens. Then the NFL. Oh, and EA Sports and Nike, too. And now one of his alma maters, New Rochelle (N.Y.) High School, is on that list. That’s where Rice got his start, but now his legacy there..." September 10
Deadspin.com "According to the Associated Press, the NFL in April received a DVD containing the surveillance video of Ray Rice slugging his fiancée, despite Roger Goodell claiming repeatedly that no one in the league had seen it before this week. From Rob Maaddi at the AP: A law enforcement official says..." September 10
CBSSports.com "In his first interview since former Ravens running back Ray Rice was suspended indefinitely by the NFL, Roger Goodell told CBS This Morning he never saw the second tape of Rice striking his wife before Monday. "No one in the NFL [saw the second video] to my knowledge," Goodell said. "And I..." September 10
Goodell on Ray Rice ever playing again: "I don't rule that out, but we would have to be fully confident he is addressing this issue."
Denver Post "Former Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice is going to be removed from Madden NFL 15 in the game’s roster update on Friday, EA Sports announced Tuesday. “With Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL, he will be removed from Madden NFL 15. The roster change will take place by this Friday,” the..." September 10
SI.com "The National Football League never asked an Atlantic City casino to see elevator security video, which contained footage of former Baltimore Ravens running Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancée, Janay Palmer, in February, according to a report from TMZ.com. In response, the NFL said in a statement..." September 09
TMZ.com "The NFL NEVER contacted the casino to request video of Ray Rice brutalizing his fiancee ... TMZ Sports has learned. Commissioner Rodger Goodell made his disciplinary decision in the dark, which raises the question ... Is that the way he wanted it? Sources connected with the Revel Hotel and..." September 09
Deadspin.com "Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman has a column up that explores the possibility of the Ravens cutting or deactivating Ray Rice for the rest of the season. Within it is a quote from an anonymous Ravens player indicating that Rice may no longer have the support of his teammates." September 09
CBSSports.com "A few hours after Janay Rice took to Instagram on Tuesday to release a statement, ESPN's Josina Anderson reached Janay and her husband, former Ravens running back Ray Rice, on the phone, and the couple said they're continuing to support each other. "I have to be strong for my wife," said Ray..." September 09
USA Today "Video of Ray Rice's attack on his then-fiancee apparently was the last straw for the Baltimore Ravens, who announced Monday afternoon they've terminated the embattled running back's contract. Rice, a three-time Pro Bowler and who helped Baltimore to a Super Bowl title in the 2012 season, was..." September 09
SB Nation "In response to video leaking of Ray Rice striking his wife unconscious, the Baltimore Ravens have suspended the seven-year running back indefinitely The NFL has increased the length of Ray Rice's following a video of him striking and knocking out his wife Janay Palmer leaked Monday through TMZ...." September 09
Teams notified that any contract with Ray Rice will not be approved or take effect until further direction is provided from Roger Goodell.
The Baltimore Ravens will offer an exchange for Ray Rice jerseys at stadium stores. Details to come.
Pro Football Talk "How could the NFL only suspend Ray Rice for two games despite the video showing him punching his wife? The NFL says the answer is simple: They didn’t know about it. The league’s PR department said this morning, hours after TMZ published the video, that no one in the NFL office had seen the..." September 08
Txt'ing with team officials around NFL, they predict Ravens will cut Ray Rice. "Have to." Not sure anyone would pick him up.
TMZ.com "This is what a two game suspension looks like -- Ray Rice delivering a vicious punch to his fiancee's face, knocking her out cold ... and TMZ Sports has the shocking video. We've already shown you the aftermath outside the elevator ... Rice dragging the unconscious woman on the floor. But..." September 08
CBSSports.com "A graphic Ray Rice video emerged early Monday morning in which the Ravens running back is seen knocking out his then-fiancée in an Atlantic City casino elevator, and the Twitter backlash began immediately. It was nearly impossible to find anybody in support of Rice -- who is in the middle of a..." September 08
Don't be shocked if NFL reopens Rice case. If they didn't see video and if he claimed there was no punch, they could take further action.
Pro Football Talk "Michael Vick was treated much more harshly — both by the legal system and by the NFL — for his involvement in dog fighting than Ray Rice was for assaulting his wife. But Vick and Rice are both football stars whose off-field actions have landed them in trouble, and so Vick feels that he may be able..." August 12
NFL.com "Ray Rice didn't read a prepared statement from a cell phone this time. The Baltimore Ravens running back addressed the media regarding his assault charge for the first time on his own and spoke with emotion about the mistakes he has made. "My actions that night were totally inexcusable. That..." July 31
SI.com "Baltimore Ravens fans gave running back Ray Rice a standing ovation as he jogged onto the field during training camp practice on Monday, according to the team's website. Rice acknowledged the cheering fans by pointing to the crowd. Rice was seen on video in February dragging his..." July 29
Denver Post "Hey, Roger Goodell, you sanctimonious coward: What if that were your daughter Ray Rice dragged out of that elevator? Well, it was somebody's daughter, and you're telling every parent of daughters that if some despicable faux of a man decides to beat his child — but this guy happens to be an NFL..." July 29
Baltimore Sun "The Ravens have known for a while that they’d likely be without Ray Rice at the start of the 2014 season. Now, they know exactly how long their top running back will be sidelined. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will hand down a two-game suspension to Rice for violating the league’s personal..." July 24
Baltimore Sun "As the Ravens await word from the NFL on potential discipline for Ray Rice stemming from a domestic violence incident, coach John Harbaugh expressed confidence that the league will be fair to the three-time Pro Bowl running back. Rice is facing a potential multi-game suspension under the NFL..." July 23
I keep hearing that Ray Rice's punishment from the NFL will be "significant" -- 4-6 games, maybe even more.
League is not confirming visit. Goodell will rule on suspension of Rice for offseason arrest in the coming days.
Rotoworld "ESPN's Chris Mortensen indicated on NFL Insiders Thursday that Ray Rice is likely to face a league-imposed suspension following his assault charge. Rice avoided trial and is a first-time offender of the Personal Conduct Policy, but the NFL has suspended players for similar incidents. "He's..." May 23