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Ravens RB Ray Rice suspended 2 games

The NFL will suspend Ray Rice for the first two games of the season for an altercation in February with his fiancee (now wife).

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Ray Rice and the real problem with NFL discipline

The league is convinced it gave Ray Rice a suitable and tough punishment, but the public thinks otherwise. So where does the problem lie?

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The NFL's tacit approval of violence against women

Ray Rice punched his fiancée Janay Palmer unconscious in a casino. Roger Goodell's failure to deliver more than a two-game suspension is a clear and shameful message that the NFL doesn't respect women.

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Newsome: Rice suspension is 'fair'

Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome released statement on the NFL's two-game suspension of Ray Rice.

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John Harbaugh is thinking about the kids

The Ravens head coach spoke to the issue of his star running back getting a two-game suspension from the NFL with a dad-like lesson about consequences.

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Goodell's statement on the Ray Rice suspension

The NFL formally announced that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been suspended two games for conduct detrimental to the league stemming from his February arrest. Rice will not be paid during his suspension, which begins on Aug. 30. The Ravens running back will be eligible to participate in all of training camp and can play in all exhibition games, and will be eligible to return to team activities on Sept. 12. He will also be fined an additional $58,000.

He will have three days to appeal the league's ruling.

The NFL released an official statement on Thursday afternoon that acknowledged the decision and included a letter from commissioner Roger Goodell sent to Rice:

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Goodell states that Rice's actions went against league policy and that the NFL depends on integrity. He also expressed that Rice will be expected to continue counseling and that he believes Rice is sincere in his desire to learn from the situation.

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The NFL doesn't care about you, ladies

The NFL will take your money but will not penalize its players for punching you in the face.

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NFL Network hails 'iron fist' in Rice suspension

The league's television network was prepped and ready to deal with Rice's suspension with a witty script.

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Ray Rice suspended 2 games to start NFL season

Ray Rice will sit out for the first two games of the 2014 season for his arrest last February on an assault charge, when video footage caught the running back dragging his unconscious fiancee out of an Atlantic City casino.

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Ray Rice & his wife meet with Roger Goodell

The Ravens running back had his discipline hearing with the NFL commissioner on Tuesday. He brought his wife along with him.

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Ray Rice 'failed miserably'

The Baltimore Ravens held a press conference in which Ray Rice apologized for "the situation my wife and I were in," according to him.

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Ray Rice is an asshole

Ray Rice apologized for a February assault on his wife. His wife said she was sorry too, and the Ravens lent a helping hand to their star running back. It was a terrible moment.

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Ray Rice makes wife apologize for getting punched

Ray Rice spoke up about his indictment on aggravated assault charges for the first time Friday, apologizing for the "situation my wife and I were in." Even more curious, his wife apologized too. How did Rice get to this point, and what will happen next?

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Rice offered plea deal in aggravated assault case

Ray Rice should avoid jail time after being charged with aggravated assault against his then-fiancee Janay Palmer, but he may not be able to escape suspension from the NFL.

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Ray Rice indicted for aggravated assault

Ray Rice has been indicted for aggravated assault, which carries a stiffer penalty than the initial charge of simple assault-domestic violence that he received following a fight with his fiancee in Atlantic City.

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Ravens will wait on NFL on Ray Rice situation

The team's general manager has seen the video and says "it doesn't look good."

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Suspension expected for Ray Rice

Police have reportedly obtained video of Ray Rice knocking his fiancee unconscious during an altercation in Atlantic City.

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Rice's attorney says video doesn't tell full story

The attorney confirmed the footage is authentic but insisted his client wouldn't fight the case in the media.

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Ray Rice allegedly knocked out fiancée

The Ravens star running back was arrested late last week and, according to the police report, was responsible for knocking out fiancée Janay Palmer.

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Video shows Rice dragging unconscious fiancée

Footage released by TMZ allegedly shows the star Ravens running back dragging his unconscious fiancée in the aftermath of a physical altercation.

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Ray Rice arrested over weekend in Atlantic City

Rice was charged and released on Friday.

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