49ers CEO Jed York Defends Team’s Response To Ray McDonald Arrest For Alleged Domestic Violence; ‘Not Ray Rice’
San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York offered his first comments Tuesday on the arrest of defensive end Ray McDonald on domestic violence charges, defending the team’s decision to allow McDonald to play as the legal process plays out.
Should the 49ers continue to play defensive tackle Ray McDonald following his arrest for alleged domestic violence? John Madden doesn’t think so.
Defensive lineman Ray McDonald is traveling with the San Francisco 49ers and will suit up against Dallas with his teammates despite his arrest on domestic violence charges.
Harbaugh, 49ers Try To Steer Focus On Season Opener Vs. Dallas Amid Continuing Questions On McDonald Arrest
In a week that should be filled with talk about another Super Bowl run and the pomp and circumstance of finally playing the much-hyped season opener, the San Francisco 49ers once again find themselves dealing with potential embarrassment and legal problems away from the field
The San Francisco 49ers haven’t yet said whether defensive lineman Ray McDonald will play in the season opener against Dallas Sunday.
49ers GM Baalke Says McDonald May Still Play After Arrest For Alleged Domestic Violence; Players Stand By Teammate
The general manager of the San Francisco 49ers said Tuesday it remains to be seen whether defensive lineman Ray McDonald will play in Sunday’s season opener at Dallas following his arrest on domestic violence charges, but reiterated head coach Jim Harbaugh’s earlier statement Tuesday denouncing such alleged behavior.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said he hopes there is no rush to judgment on the arrest of defensive lineman Ray McDonald but said any player guilty of such an action would not be welcome on the team.
49ers defensive end Ray McDonald got in a fight with his 10-weeks pregnant fiance early Sunday morning, leaving bruises on her arms and neck, according to police sources.
San Jose police report that Ray McDonald, defensive end for the San Francisco 49ers, has posted bail and been released from jail following his arrest earlier for alleged domestic violence.
It seems we’ve jumped into the pool of relativism since we got wind of Josh Gordon’s season-long suspension for marijuana use. You have the indignant faction that can’t believe someone who smokes weed gets a year while Ray Rice skates with a two-game suspension