49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald hasn't been charged with a crime, but the story from that night continues to evolve.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says that he won't wait around for due process when it comes to domestic violence. If one of his players is charged, they won't play in any games, period.
San Francisco defensive tackle Ray McDonald hasn't missed a game since his arrest.
On the latest EOF Podcast: The NFL's domestic-violence problem continues, seemingly unabated, and it's unclear what, if anything commissioner Roger Goodell can do about it.
NFL failures on the Rice and Peterson abuse cases are outdone by the league attempts at appeasement, which draw attention away from the real issue -- failure to deal with violent players.
The NFLPA *has* to appeal Ray Rice's indefinite suspension, if only to fight back against a bad future precedent.
Roger Goodell is no longer scheduled to attend the opening of Levi's Stadium.
The NFL 'will review' Adrian Peterson's arrest and case under the personal conduct policy.
Baseball damaged itself with a season-ending strike and a steroid scandal. Will the NFL reach a tipping point as its scandals pile up?
49ers radio announcer Ted Robinson has been suspended two games for making 'offensive' comments about Ray Rice's wife, Janay.

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