Happy Friday, Broncos fans! It took nearly six months, and wide ranging criticism to get there.
But Ray Rice has finally publicly apologized to his wife, Janay, and spoken out against domestic violence.
On Thursday, Rice took questions from reporters for the first time since his two-game suspension was announced.
Rice, of course, was videotaped dragging his then-fiancee out of an Atlantic City elevator, presumably after having knocked her unconscious.
A disastrous presser in May (no questions) featured Janay acting more apologetic than the man who'd knocked her out.
Finally, Rice acknowledged yesterday that his actions "were totally inexcusable," and spoke about having to someday explain the incident to his daughter, who is two years old.
Rice says that once his own counseling is done, he and Janay aim to speak out against domestic violence.
Some may argue that "rules are rules" regarding the length of suspensions, but as Jarrett Bell reminds us, rules often need changing.
Did the NFL handle this case in such a manner because it actually thinks Janay is equally to blame here?
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The Steelers understandably don't like him talking about it, but it's great to see Emmanuel Sanders staying late with Peyton Manning.
Andrew Mason details this season's rule changes.
The team will host 50 military members and their families prior to Saturday's scrimmage.
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The Niners and Jim Harbaugh have reportedly agreed to again put off their reportedly contentious contract negotiation.
Pittsburgh extended kicker Shaun Suisham through 2018.
Andrew Sharp discusses the NFL's baffling drug policy.
Chris Burke would take Aaron Rodgers over Peyton Manning, which is obviously fair.
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Chase Stuart's latest trivia covers running backs who left at the top of their games.
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