Ray McDonald’s Ex Claims In Court Documents That Former 49er Engaged In ‘Controlling Behavior,’ ‘Full Attacks’
One week after former San Francisco 49er Ray McDonald was arrested for allegedly attacking his former fiancée and their child, court documents obtained by KPIX 5 detail what she described as a pattern of abuse.
While major festivities connected to Super Bowl 50 are in San Francisco, the players fortunate enough to play for the Lombardi Trophy next February will be practicing and staying much closer to where the game will be played.
Former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested Wednesday for the second time in three days after authorities said he violated a restraining order.
The 911 call has been released in the Memorial Day weekend arrest of former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald on suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment.
The Chicago Bears have released defensive tackle Ray McDonald Monday after he was arrested for two separate charges in San Jose.
Former San Francisco 49er Ray McDonald was arrested for two separate charges in San Jose Monday morning, according to police.
The commissioner spoke in between meetings with NFL owners in San Francisco. After he gushed about stadium plans in other markets, he then called out Oakland for not having a finalized plan and not keeping in touch with his office.
A complex land deal finalized Tuesday marks another step toward development of a shared stadium near Los Angeles for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders, officials said.
The NFL is moving back extra-point kicks and allowing defenses to score on 2-point conversion turnovers.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will not appeal the $1 million fine and loss of two draft choices the NFL penalized the team for its role in the use of deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.
Introducing the 2015 Gold Rush cheerleaders!
The final auditions for the 2015 Gold Rush squad were held on Thursday evening. The new team will be announced on Monday, April 6th.