About a year after the messy domestic violence case that got running back Ray Rice dismissed from the Baltimore Ravens, Rice is still struggling to land a spot on any NFL roster. Not only could the charges have ended Rice’s career had his suspension not been overturned on appeal, but they also brought much criticism to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding the league’s code of conduct and inconsistency of disciplinary action.
Last night (August 4), Rice joined Jemele Hill on ESPN for an interview, where he spoke on Goodell, who indefinitely suspended Rice at the time of the incident. However, Rice had nothing but kind words and a positive outlook on the situation and Goodell himself.
Been asked what surprised me most about the Ray Rice interview. One thing was what he said about Roger Goodell: pic.twitter.com/JhU51fPSCP
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) August 5, 2015
Will any team pick up Rice in the near future?