Here are five amusing events moments in sports this week.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made his first statements in over a week on Friday regarding the league’s response to domestic violence issues.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will speak about domestic violence issues at a press conference Friday afternoon.
Responding to increasing criticism Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to the clubs late Thursday announcing a partnership with a domestic violence hotline and a sexual violence resource center.
The leader of Gatorade maker PepsiCo is urging the National Football League to “seize the moment” and put domestic violence and child abuse policies in place immediately once it conducts its review.
With the Ray Rice video, Adrian Peterson’s child abuse charges, the lawsuit against Jerry Jones, and the league’s evolving drug policy — the NFL is taking a big public relations hit.
NFL analyst Charles Davis doesn’t believe the NFL has handled the domestic abuse firestorm properly, but he also believes the failures have nothing to do with effort.
The NFL players’ union appealed Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension Tuesday night. Rice was originally handed a two-game suspension in July under the NFL’s personal conduct policy after he was charged with assault.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reiterated his support for Commissioner Roger Goodell, saying the criticism of the league can be used to improve the NFL.
Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones is standing behind embattled NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and believes an investigation into the commissioner’s handling of the controversial Ray Rice case will not result in discipline of Goodell.
For just the second time in the past 11 regular-season games between Pittsburgh and Baltimore, the outcome was decided by more than a field goal, as the Ravens crushed the Steelers 26-6 last night at home.
The NFL says former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III will conduct a probe into how the NFL handled evidence as it investigated domestic violence claims against former Ravens running back Ray Rice.