The letter is a response to Goodell and the NFL suspending former
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice indefinitely because of a
domestic violence incident. The Ravens terminated Rice's $35 million
contract on Monday.
One person who understands what walking in Ray Rice's shoes is like
these days, New York Jets quarterback Michael Vick, said he plans to
reach out to the former Baltimore Ravens running back.
Vick was arrested on federal dog-fighting charges 2007 and suspended
from the league. He was out of the NFL -- mostly while in a Kansas
prison -- for two years.
Tim Tebow has another job. Not in the NFL as a quarterback but as a
contributor to "Good Morning America."
ABC announced that it was adding the former Heisman Trophy winner to
the show as part of its new "Motivate Me Monday" segment that
focuses on uplifting stories of people. Tebow will be in studio and
also on location throughout the country.
After initially stashing him on the practice squad in order to deal
with his 4-year-old daughter's battle with cancer, the Cincinnati
Bengals activated Devon Still, where he was working with the
Still was candid in training camp, saying he couldn't give 100
percent to football and even considered giving up the game. But head
coach Marvin Lewis said he is confident Still is ready to
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Linebacker John Abraham of the Arizona Cardinals, who sustained
another in a series of concussions Monday night against the San
Diego Chargers, has left the team, perhaps for good.
One report said Abraham, 36, has been suffering from severe memory
loss for more than a year because of concussions he has sustained
over course of his 15-year career.
The San Diego Chargers signed interior offensive lineman Doug
Legursky is a six-year veteran having played five seasons with
Pittsburgh and one with Buffalo. He has started 28 games and has
played center and both guard positions. (Editing by Frank Pingue)
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