- — David Clowney IV (@DavidClowney)Mon, Sep 08 2014 19:22:31Had that been my daughter, they would've had "R.I.P. Ray Rice" patches on they uniforms this week coming up!!!
- — Jay Richardson (@JayRichardson99)Mon, Sep 08 2014 19:05:19Wow..Ray Rice may possibly never play pro football again...all stemming from one moment in time. Keep your hands off the ladies fellas...
- — mattbertz (@mattbertz)Mon, Sep 08 2014 19:12:37Next year, I bet we're watching Ray Lewis interview Ray Rice about his ordeal and subsequent 2nd chance. NFL loves redemption stories
- — Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft)Mon, Sep 08 2014 18:38:29Let's be clear. The Ravens releasing Ray Rice is because people are upset that the behavior was made this public. They had no issue before.
- — Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt)Mon, Sep 08 2014 18:50:54Not sure Goodell, for practical purposes, needed to suspend Rice to keep him off a roster this year. No team was going there..(I hope).
- — tim hasselbeck (@tthasselbeck)Mon, Sep 08 2014 18:51:04If rice would have punched & knocked someone out on the field after a game (L. Blount style) he would have gotten more than 2 games.
- — Joseph Raffay (@CleLawAndOrder)Mon, Sep 08 2014 13:36:56
Social media reaction to release of Ray Rice from Baltimore Ravens
NFL players and others offered their reactions on social media following a video that surfaced showing NFL player Ray Rice hitting his wife, Janay Palmer, and his subsequent release from the Baltimore Ravens.