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The Baltimore Ravens are playing defense with the kind of swagger usually associated with a first-place team.
The latest development in the discipline case of running back Ray Rice comes from an "Outside the Lines" report on ESPN that the Baltimore Ravens had full knowledge of the Feb. 15 elevator incident just hours after it occurred.
The former Baltimore Ravens running back has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL.
The majority of residents believe Ray Rice's punishment following the release of a video that shows him punching his then-fiance was 'just right.' But a closer look shows a racial component to their opinions.
By suddenly backtracking and laying full blame on Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL are trying to absolve themselves of the their own culpability in defending him originally.
Author and domestic violence survivor Leslie Morgan Steiner talks to WTOP about what its like to be an abuse victim and how the Ray Rice video could change the nation's perception and response to domestic violence.
Before he recaps Week 1, WTOP's Rob Woodfork looks back on the Baltimore Ravens' and the NFL's mishandling of Ray Rice.
A video posted on TMZ.com Monday allegedly captures Baltimore Ravens' running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancée in an elevator in Atlantic City.
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