Following breaking video showing Baltimore Ravens football player Ray Rice assaulting his now wife in a casino elevator, it seems everyone is calling for his head –– as well as the NFL’s heads following a lack of admonishment beyond a two-game suspension.
Following Rice’s firing from the team and ban on further NFL play, one Baltimore pizzeria doesn’t even want to see the guy’s jersey on the streets anymore. Bring one in to Hersh’s Pizza and Drinks and receive a free pizza. The company said it would also make a donation to victim support group the House of Ruth Maryland for every jersey donated.
Read the USA TODAY story here.
August 15, 2017 | Videos
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August 11, 2017 | Press Releases
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