Unless you have been living under a rock the last 24 hours, you have probably heard by now that the Baltimore Ravens terminated Ray Rice's contract and the NFL suspended him indefinitely after TMZ released the video of Rice punching his wife in the face in a casino elevator back in February.
Ravens (and former Rutgers) running back Ray Rice initially faced a charge of simple assault, but prosecutors presented a charge of aggravated assault to a grand jury, which returned an indictment. It's a substantial difference:
Super Bowl XLVII is hours away, and while most of us will be enjoying the game, the commercials and the food, some viewers will be paying extra close attention to things like handshakes and hairstyles.
Besides the 2 great AFC/NFC Championship football games yesterday, the social media world was buzzing over Aerosmith front-man Steven Tyler's performance of the National Anthem at the beginning of the Patriots/Ravens game
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