Do The NFL's Anti-Domestic Violence Initiatives Actually Even Exist?

Get the Full StoryAs long ago as it now seems, it was only this past July when Roger Goodell decided to suspend Ray Rice for two games after the Baltimore Ravens running back cold-cocked his future wife in an Atlantic City casino elevator. There was outrage, but not enough to change the NFL commissioner's mind. He needed to see the hit happen and he did, along with the rest of America, when TMZ got the footage . And just like that, as the image of a woman crumpling to the ground played over and over in living rooms and on laptops, the NFL's man of Teflon briefly seemed vulnerable. His next moves were bold: getting Rice as far away from the game as possible while pledging to have the NFL "do more" on domestic violence.Read more...

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