Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is now eligible to sin with any NFL team, after winning his appeal of an indefinite suspension.
Ray Rice has won his appeal, per a league source.
— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) November 28, 2014
Ray Rice was suspended on September 8th for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, after a video surfaced of him hitting his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator. Rice was originally suspended just two games, but was changed after the video was released to the public.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell took a lot of heat for the tape, but remained firm when he said that he never saw the tape.
Rice can sign with any team, but I doubt that he’s in good enough shape to come in and contribute right now.Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.
So the judge ruled that Ray Rice didn't lie in June. Here was Goodell's CBS interview on Sept. 10. Read carefully. http://t.co/gR3JDi7RIm
— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) November 28, 2014
Second chances are only as good as you make them….my boy will do the right things
— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) November 28, 2014
Even though ray rice hit his wife I'm still glad he won his appeal I didn't feel like they could take his career away in the first place
— Kobe (@K_COole) November 28, 2014
Why the hell is Ray Rice reinstated?
— Frank Lin (@FLinsanity) November 28, 2014
I think Ray Rice is a mediocre rb now.I don't see any team picking him up.it's not worth the baggage he'll bring with him
— Chad (@12THMANDUNN) November 28, 2014
In what world is dog fighting more penalized than knocking out your wife?? What is this world we live in?!? #rayrice
— Amanda Bruce (@AmandaIsobelle) November 28, 2014
Did Ray Rice really get away with that…. Smh.
— sean sonognini (@sonognini) November 28, 2014
Ray Rice won his appeal. Why am I not surprised
— Loumarie I Rodriguez (@rloumarie26) November 28, 2014
Good for Ray Rice. I hope a team signs him
— Chris (@cgriglik95) November 28, 2014
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