Janay Rice: 'I'm Not Going to Sit There in Silence'

Janay Rice has broken her silence surrounding the elevator incident she suffered at the hands of her husband Ray Rice on February 14, 2014. Her story is chilling and at times confusing, as if Janay realizes she was hit by her husband but doesn't think that the person Ray hit was actually her. » 12/01/14 12:20pm 12/01/14 12:20pm

Former NFL Cheerleader Allegedly Raped 15-Year-Old She Met On Instagram

Molly Shattuck, an author and former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, has been indicted and charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy multiple times after meeting him through Instagram. » 11/05/14 10:06am 11/05/14 10:06am

World's Worst People Defiantly Wear Ray Rice Jerseys to Football Game

The worst human beings in the world gathered to support one of their own last night, showing up to the Baltimore Ravens' home game proudly sporting their beloved Ray Rice jerseys as a show of support for the man who was caught on elevator surveillance video knocking his wife out with a punch to the face. » 9/12/14 3:40pm 9/12/14 3:40pm

Robin Givens Has Been in Janay Rice's Shoes

20 years ago, Robin Givens was carried out of a hotel after being knocked unconscious by her ex-husband Mike Tyson. Givens, an actress and longtime anti-domestic violence activist says social media makes it a bit easier for abuse victims to be believed nowadays — it was impossible to miss the video of Ray Rice… » 9/12/14 12:20pm 9/12/14 12:20pm

Janay Rice Releases Statement: "This Is Our Life"

This morning, Janay Rice posted the statement to her (now-private) Instagram account. Rice told the Baltimore Sun that it was intended to be released publicly. » 9/09/14 8:58am 9/09/14 8:58am

Ravens Release Ray Rice; NFL Suspends Him Indefinitely

Video: Ray Rice Knocks Out His Fiancée In An Elevator

Why Roger Goodell's Meeting With Ray Rice And His Wife Was A Bad Idea

On June 16, Ray Rice and his wife, Janay, the woman he knocked out in an Atlantic City resort elevator, met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in his office. Four other men were present, according to Sports Illustrated's Peter King: Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome, team president Dick Cass, and NFL mucky-mucks Jeff Pash and… » 7/28/14 2:35pm 7/28/14 2:35pm

NFL Cheerleading Is A Scam: A Former Ravens Cheerleader Tells All

As a glimpse into the dark side of NFL cheerleading, the recent Raiderettes lawsuit was revelatory, but it didn't quite capture the soup-to-nuts seediness of the enterprise. Thanks to a tipster—a former cheerleader—we've gotten our hands on a copy of the many rules and many regulations the 2009 Baltimore Ravens cheer… » 1/28/14 1:15pm 1/28/14 1:15pm