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Pro Football / Rice Case #1128789

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 25, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Willy Geist) The outrage over the NFL's light punishment for Baltimore Ravens football player Ray Rice for assaulting his then-fiancée Janay Palmer†† in an Atlantic City casino elevator featured; surveillance video shown; letter to Rice from Commissioner Roger Goodell and Tweet from fan Lindsay Hamilton† quoted. [RICE – says he is working every day to be a better father, husband and role model.] [Ravens coach John HARBAUGH†- says he stands behind Ray.] [WOMAN, radio host Dan PATRICK†- react.] [ “Pro Football Talk” Mike FLORIO†- says this is the kind of outcome that can alienate fans.]

Williams, Brian;
Geist, Willy

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