Black Sports : Ray Rice wins appeal, eligible to sign

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  1. shaka64

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    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/1...ore-ravens-wins-appeal-eligible-reinstatement

    Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has won his appeal of an indefinite suspension and has been reinstated to the NFL.

    Rice is now eligible to sign with any NFL team.

    "I would like to thank Judge Barbara Jones, the NFL Players Association, my attorneys, agents, advisors, family, friends and fans -- but most importantly, my wife Janay," Rice said in a statement released by the NFLPA on Friday. "I made an inexcusable mistake and accept full responsibility for my actions.
     
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    Inevitable

    Goodell reminds me of the County Prosecutor in St. Louis, thinking he can do the bidding of the "Good Ole Boys" and get away with it while smiling claiming he didn't do anything wrong... but will get it right.
     
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    I'm happy for the brotha.

    It must have been the riots...
     
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    Maybe Judge Barbara Jones should have the appeal of the grand jury decision sent to her, as one could tell she wasn't feeling too keen about Officer Roger Goodell in her written decision.
     
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