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On this week's epidsode, we talk about Ray Rice, St Louis Rams, Brian Hoyer vs Johnny Manziel, Jim Harbaugh, Philly 76ers, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, and much more.
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We will be talking sports and having fun doing it. We will talk all things Ray Rice. Will he ever play again in the NFl? Expected to be joined by Hall of Famer Willie Roaf, who give his take on Ray Rice and more? Will Roger Goddell get fired? Did Roger Goddell really not see the elevator video? We will answer that and so much more. Also, talking week 1 in the NFL. Also, Atlanta Hawks and Danny Ferry, MLB, NBA and so much more. Call 646-727-3070 to join the fun!
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Tonight Dre and listeners discuss the Ray Rice Domestic Abuse incident as well as the NFL. Rice and Palmer — now his wife, Janay Rice — can be heard shouting obscenities at each other, and she appears to spit at Rice right before he throws a brutal punch. After she collapses, he drags her out of the elevator and is met by some hotel staff. One of them can be heard saying, "She's drunk, right?" And then, "No cops."
Well there will be cops – the FBI: The NFL has hired former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III to investigate the league's pursuit and handling of evidence in the Ray Rice domestic violence case after a report Wednesday that a league executive received videotape evidence five months before it became public.
The announcement came hours after the Associated Press published a report citing an unnamed law enforcement official who said he sent a tape of Rice punching his then-fiancée to an NFL executive long before the video surfaced on TMZ.com on Monday, leading to Rice's release from the Baltimore Ravens and his indefinite suspension by the league.
On this edition of isportsweb, we talk NFL again host Ryan Dunne will voice his opinion about the Ray Rice and NFL situation. Then after Ryan does his rant, he will be joined by Carolina Panthers writer Sean Faulkner (@Faulkner_Media) to discuss the health of Cam Newton and other questions about the team. Then to end the show, Ryan will be joined by Cleveland Browns writer Chris Edal (@iSportsEdel) to talk to him about Josh Gordon possibly coming back, the running back situation, and more. Be sure to tune in!
The week in sports was filled with scandal, and the biggest one was the Ray Rice's domestic violence video situation. We're going to break it all down and have some in-depth conversation about this very real topic.
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Friends, join our host Eric Powell with the Bryon Williams, President of NFLPA Dallas, on onCUE! Radio Sunday tonight @6pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue) as we talk about Ray Rice punching out cold his then-fiancé, then dragging her unconscious body out of an elevator. There is no question of what happened, but we will inspect all the “buttons” and inner workings in, out, on, of, and by the elevator and answer our question of the day – which Elevator Button to Punch Next?
More on Bryon leads over 500 Pro Players. Hero to many, the former football star had an illustrious career that he has since parlayed into a career teaching success principles to young people. Drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 1983, Williams played a total of 12 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), Canadian Football League (CFL) and World League of American Football (WLAF) before retiring to pursue his passion – impacting today’s youth.
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