After the release of the disturbing video of Ray Rice repeatedly punching his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator, the NFL took to Twitter with an immediate and harsh condemnation of Ray Rice and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Sad day for the @nfl just watched that Ray Rice video 2 games for that and a year suspension for smoking a lil pot idk something not right— Chris Baker (@cbakerswaggy) September 8, 2014
What the fuck am I supposed to say & I fucked up too? RT @Aaron_AG: Y'all peep how Ocho Cinco trying to be quiet during this discussion lol— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) September 8, 2014
Ok commissioner, now that the evidence w/RayRice has surfaced.Here is your chance 2 right a wrong&prove your serious about Domestic Violence— Charlie Batch (@CharlieBatch16) September 8, 2014
I’m glad no one this morning seems to care about yesterday’s games. This piece of shit needs to be out of the league. Period.— Scott Fujita (@sfujita55) September 8, 2014
He should not be allowed to play football. Period.— Kahlil Bell (@KahlilBell32) September 8, 2014
Looks like the Ravens’ strategy of “MOVE ALONG FOLKS, RAY RICE’S WIFE IS SORRY SHE GOT BEATEN” might not have been the best choice.— Cassandra (@ChrisWarcraft) September 8, 2014
2 games. Disturbing.— TJ Lang (@TJLang70) September 8, 2014
Am I the only one who believes it should be a lifetime ban for the first time a player commits domestic violence? They should be done period— Brady Quinn (@3rd_Goal) September 8, 2014
Are there people out there that really believed that.— Spencer Paysinger (@PYSNGR) September 8, 2014
-In a Casino
-In Atlantic City
Didn’t have video evidence to begin with?
No audio is needed…it’s blatantly wrong and sickening. And there’s no way you can defend those actions.— Duke (@NachoLyfe) September 8, 2014
The NFL should have zero tolerance for domestic violence. There is never a reason for any man to be violent towards any woman.— Chris Harris (@ChrisHarrisJr) September 8, 2014
The #Ravens have terminated RB Ray Rice’s contract this afternoon.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 8, 2014