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By Glenn Erby On Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Ex-Bears GM: NFL Ignored ‘Hundreds’ Of Domestic Violence Cases

Jerry Angelo’s days as an NFL employee are likely over. During a scathing interview with USA Today, the former Bears GM said the NFL ignored hundreds of domestic violences cases. Colangelo himself apologized More...

By Erin Simon On Friday, October 3rd, 2014

Goodell Sends Memo Saying He Met With 17 Black Women on DV Issues

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday sent a memo out to NFL team owners and presidents, addressing the actions the NFL has taken to deal with recent incidents of domestic violence in the NFL. Here are highlights More...

By Glenn Erby On Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Athletes Who Are Just “Accused” of Crimes Should Remain Active

CJ Spillman’s sexual assault investigation will test the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL’s new outlook on the domestic violence policy. ‘Zero tolerance’ is the phrase that the Cowboys and NFL More...

By Robert Littal On Sunday, September 28th, 2014

NFL Will Run Anti-Domestic Violence PSA During Games Today

Better late than never, but obviously the NFL is trying to drum up some good PR. NFL devoting commercial time to public service announcements from No More anti-domestic violence campaign during all broadcasts this More...

By Erin Simon On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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Hope Solo Will Discuss Her Nudes But Not Domestic Violence

U.S. national team goalkeeper Hope Solo is maintaining her innocence in a domestic violence case that she currently faces in Washington state. Solo posted a statement on her official Facebook page on Tuesday saying More...

By Glenn Erby On Monday, September 22nd, 2014

Ravens Owner: Zero Tolerance May Lead Women Making False Allegations

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti held an epic press conference in regards to the Ray Rice allegations, and made some good points. One point that hold some credence, but could draw backlash, is Bisciotti saying More...

By Glenn Erby On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Cardinals Deactivate Johnathan Dwyer

The Arizona Cardinals have no interest in suffering any public embarrassment, and have deactivated Cardinals running back Johnathan Dwyer in lieu of a domestic violence arrest involving his wife. NFL spokesperson More...

By Glenn Erby On Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Arian Foster Thinks Domestic Violence & Alcohol Are The Same Thing

Arian Foster knows what he wanted to say, and made great points, he just said it wrong. The Texans star running back wanted to point out the hypocrisy in Anheuser-Busch’s statement ridiculing the NFL for More...

By Glenn Erby On Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Anheuser-Busch Issues Statement Regarding NFL’s DV Issue

The NFL has yet to lose any major sponsors, but one of the larger corporate sponsors of the league has voiced its displeasure. Anheuser-Busch, the NFL’s major beer sponsor, has spoken out about the domestic More...

By Glenn Erby On Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

CBS Removes Rihanna From Thursday Night Football Segment

CBS Sports has reportedly decided to go in another direction and remove Rihanna from their Thursday Night Football opener after the R&B star blasted the network for removing her from the opener last week.  “Beginning More...

By Quierra Luck On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Ray Rice Prosecutor Says His Decision Is Justified

Ray Rice headlines are coming miles a minute and this time its the Prosecutor, Marc Weinreich, defending his judgement on allowing Ray Rice to enter a Pre-Trial Intervention. On Wednesday, the prosecutor spoke More...

By Quierra Luck On Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

SC Steve Spurrier Says Players Are Finished If You Hit A Girl

Everyone has chipped in on the Ray Rice and it seems that they all are saying the same thing “You wouldn’t be allowed on our team after hitting a woman.” Next to chime in is South Carolina Head More...

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