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Ray Rice To Appeal Indefinite Suspension, Hopes To Play In The NFL Again

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Ray Rice plans to appeal NFL suspension decision!!

Great. Just great.

Ray Rice has been condemned in the public eye and indefinitely suspended from the NFL, but that doesn't mean he isn't trying to get his job back.

It's being reported that Rice is planning to appeal the NFL's decision to suspend him after that awful elevator abuse footage surfaced.

Rice is planning on appealing the NFL's decision through the NFL Players Association.

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The Worst Yet!! Urban Outfitters Takes Inappropriate To Disgusting New Level With Blood-Splattered Kent State Sweatshirt — WTF!?!

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hell no

No. Just no.

Urban Outfitters has found themselves in a LOT of trouble for the inappropriate apparel they've hawked in the past, and they never seem to learn from their mistakes. 

They've tried to sell shirts that look like concentration camp uniforms, they've sold tees that glorify depression and gangs, and much much more. 

But their latest slip-up just might be the worst one EVER. 

The retailer has been selling a faux vintage sweatshirt with a Kent State logo on it, and the fabric appears to be covered in blood stains. 

In case you forgot, Kent State was the scene of a bloody massacre in 1970 when four unarmed students were killed by the Ohio National Guard for protesting the Vietnam War. The sweatshirt seems to be a reference to that tragic event. 

To see the sweatshirt in question and what Kent State University had to say about it, keep reading:

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Ray Rice & His Family Make Their First Appearance Following His NFL Suspension For Domestic Violence!

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Someone was looking for support.

Ray Rice, his wife Janay, and their daughter popped up in New Rochelle, New York to attend a high school football game at his alma mater, making it their first public appearance since the video of him knocking his wife out hit the internet.

The suspended former Baltimore Ravens player was met with

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Sam Worthington Is Being Sued For That Beat Down Paparazzi Incident! For Ten Million Dollars!

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sam worthington is being sued for that beat down paparazzi incident

Remember when THIS happened?!

Well, now here comes the legal aftermath!

Sam Worthington and his girlfriend Lara Bingle are being sued for a LARGE chunk of money by a paparazzi photographer named Sheng Li who accuses the two of assaulting him in New York City last February where he was taking photos of them outside of a bar establishment. 

Li claims that he suffered a "torn shoulder, facial contusions, injuries to his thumb and wrist" and may need surgery from all of the pain that he endured, as well!

And he's not holding back from how much he thinks Sam and Lara should pay him — it's around the tune of TEN MILLION DOLLARS!

He's also accusing them of slander and libel for making incorrect statements about him to the NYPD!

But it's the money that is on our mind!

That's a lot of cheddar

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]  

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​Chris Brown Gives Advice To Ray Rice… About Learning To Control His Anger!

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chris brown gives advice ray rice anger management

The man who America has had in the back of their minds all week is finally speaking up!

There have been lots of comparisons drawn between former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice and singer Chris Brown this week, as new video footage was released of Ray abusing his now-wife.

Well, despite the fights that seem to break out wherever Breezy is, the entertainer told MTV's Sway some VERY wise words!

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This Speech By Football Commentator James Brown Giving Men A Call To Action To End Domestic Violence Is Awe Inspiring

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James Brown

In CBS' inaugural Thursday Night Football coverage of the Ravens against the Steelers, commentator James Brown dedicated a large portion of his pre-game interview to the Ray Rice assault video.

In his speech, James touches upon Janay Rice's tragedy, past domestic violence incidents in the sport, and, even more importantly, the fear women have to endure outside of football throughout the country on a daily basis.

His statement is ever-so poignant and we think James and CBS addressed the important topic impeccably well.

It read:

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