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A new development in the domestic violence controversy surrounding running back Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens has come out involving Steve Bisciotti, the team’s owner.
According to reports, Bisciotti did not ask commissioner Roger Goodell to suspend the running back for more than two games since that was typically the max for domestic violence offenders.
This is sure to put a target on Bisciotti as it has for Goodell.
Here is a tweet from NFL Network national reporter Albert Breer on Bisciotti’s justification of Rice’s suspension.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says the reason it was 2 games is because that had been the max for domestic violence in the past.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September 22, 2014