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It is obvious that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodelll would be called on the carpet.
Many people just don't believe that the NFL could not get its hands on the now infamous Ray Rice elevator video. Many people also don't believe that Commissioner Goodell had not seen the video before TMZ released its copy.
Do you believe that Commissioner Goodell saw the video before itRa was released by TMZ?
The world took a collective gasp and had a WTH moment after TMZ Sports released a copy of a video showing Baltimore Ravens Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee and now wife, Janay Palmer Rice in the elevator at a casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The response to the video from football fans and others has been swift and deep. The Baltimore Ravens immediately dropped Ray Rice and the NFL suspended Rice indefinitely.
Had NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell seen this video when he suspended Ray Rice for only two games? Had the Baltimore Ravens organization seen this video when it decided to keep Ray Rice on the team? Is this the end of Ray Rice's career in the NFL? Does Ray Rice deserve a second chance in the NFL? Does Ray Rice have appealable issues?
Your thoughts? You can comment below.
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New York Giants safety Quintin Demps stopped by the launch of the Walter Thurmond Foundation for Arts and Education to support his friend and teammate, Walter Thurmond.
What's The 411Sports reporter Chris Graham couldn't let Demps get by without asking him about the NFL preseason.
"Preseason is cool, man" Quintin Demps responded. "I think it went well. I did some good things, there are some things that I could have done better, but it's over with now, it's time to get down to the regular season."
"You beat the (New England) Patriots last week," Chris stated.
"That's good man," Demps responded. "We went five and O in the preseason so that's always a good thing."
If you're wondering if Demps is working with the Walter Thurmond Foundation for Arts and Education, Demps made it very clear, it's all about support.
Demps said: "I don't really have a part, I'm here to support him, my teammate and my good friend...I'm here to support."
We heard you loud and clear, it's all about support.
That's a good thing.
WATCH VIDEO: Quintin Demps at Launch of Walter Thurmond Foundation for Arts and Education
In this episode of What's The 411, we are talking to about:
1. Congratulations to Mo'Ne Davis! She is the first girl to win a game at the Little League World Series and to pitch a shutout in Little League World Series history. She is also the first Little League player to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine as a Little League Player.
2. Congratulations are also in order for the Jackie Robinson West Little League team for winning the Little League national championships.It is the first all African-American Little League team to win the national title and to represent the U.S, in the Little League World Series
3. NFL is suggesting that the Half-time performers at the Super Bowl should pay the NFL to perform. The NFL's reasoning is that the acts go on to reap huge financial benefits after the Super Bowl gig. Rita Obi seems to think that the NFL proposal is a good idea. However, Chris Graham thinks it's ridiculous, the NFL makes enough money on the Super Bowl. In the past, musical guests did not get paid by the NFL to perform and have performed mainly for publicity.
4. Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon Breakup
5. Jay Z & Beyonce Punked Their Fans With Divorce Rumors
6. Kevin Hart Engaged the Same Day that his Ex-Wife's Show Premieres
7. Fashion on the Red Carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards showcasing J. Lo; Nicki Minaj; Jordin Sparks; Kylie and Kendall Jenner
8. Kareem Abdul Jabbar Says Classism Trumps Racism or in other words, Racism is Over, It's Classism, Stupid!
9. The family of Anna Short Harrington, the woman who was the inspiration for much of the Aunt Jemima imagery, is suing Pepsi Co. and its subsidiary the Quaker Oats Co., along with the Pinnacle Foods Group and the Hillshire Brands Co. for use of Ms. Harrington's Likeness for profit without proper payment
10. Tren'Ness Woods-Black Talks About the Legacy of her Grandmother, Sylvia Woods
Who's Being Called on the Carpet:
1. P. Diddy Gets Called on the Carpet for Calling out President Obama for Not Speaking up about the police Shooting Death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri
2. Rapper 50 Cent Gets Called On The Carpet for Immaturity and Ignorance about Literacy