Nearly 500 NFL employees have given evidence to Robert Mueller's investigation on the league's knowledge of the Ray Rice elevator tape.
Robert Mueller and his team released their report on the independent investigation of the NFL in regards to the Ray Rice incident, and found that the league had no evidence of the casino elevator video before it was released to the public. ...read more
Roger Goodell announced late Wednesday that former FBI director Robert Mueller III will conduct an independent investigation into the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice case. ...read more
Outside the Lines cited four sources who all said Ray Rice told Roger Goodell in June that he hit his then-fiancée in an Atlantic City elevator. Goodell said in a CBS interview that after meeting with Rice, it was still "ambiguous" what had happened. ...read more
The NFL did not contact police for a copy of the Ray Rice elevator footage, according to an Outside the Lines report. ...read more
TMZ paid more than $100,000 for two videos of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée in an Atlantic City casino elevator, according to The New Yorker. ...read more