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 by: lux - Fri, 7 May 2021 01:32 UTC

Apparently it's okay to beat your bitch. She likes it. What
say you liberals at NOW?

Janay Rice says NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wasn't being
honest when he said Ray Rice was "ambiguous" about hitting her
in a casino elevator.

"I know for a fact ... that Ray told the honest truth that he's
been telling from February," Janay Rice told NBC's "Today" show
in an interview that will be broadcast Monday. A second segment
will be shown Tuesday.

As for Goodell, she said: "I can't say he's telling the truth."

An arbitrator Friday threw out Ray Rice's indefinite suspension,
making the former Baltimore Ravens running back a free agent.
Former U.S. District Judge Barbara Jones called Goodell's
decision in September to change Rice's original suspension from
two games to indefinite "arbitrary" and an "abuse of discretion."

The Rices met with Goodell in June. He then issued a two-game
suspension but increased it to indefinite after an in-elevator
video of Rice striking his then-fiancee in February was made
public. The Ravens released Rice that day.

"I think they did what they had to do for themselves," Janay
Rice said, referring to the NFL.

Goodell started Rice's appeal hearing on Nov. 5 with more than
two hours of testimony. Ray and Janay Rice testified the
following day.

Jones wrote: "Because Rice did not mislead the commissioner and
because there were no new facts on which the commissioner could
base his increased suspension, I find that the imposition of the
indefinite suspension was arbitrary. I therefore vacate the
second penalty imposed on Rice."

In her interview with "Today" host Matt Lauer, Janay Rice said
she was furious with Ray but never considered leaving him.

"Of course, in the back of my mind and in my heart I knew that
our relationship wouldn't be over because I know that this isn't
us, and it's not him," she said.

Rice, a three-time Pro Bowl player during six seasons with the
Ravens, hopes to return to the NFL. It's uncertain whether a
team will sign him this late in the season. Rice, who turns 28
in January, had his worst season as a pro in 2013. He averaged a
career-low 3.1 yards per carry and ran for 660 yards, ending a
string of four consecutive seasons over 1,000 yards.

In discussing her husband's chances of landing with a team,
Janay Rice said "it's going to take some work."

"For them to look past this situation, which I know is going to
be hard," she added. "But at the end of the day he's a football
player and that's what they should be really focused on because
he's proven himself as a football player for seven years.
There's never been a question on what he can do on the field."

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