49ers Hall Of Famer Jerry Rice Says Team Should Bench Ray McDonald Amid Domestic Violence Accusations
San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Jerry Rice is joining the chorus of criticism over the team’s decision to allow Ray McDonald to play despite accusations of domestic violence.
The 49ers have heard heaps of criticism for continuing to play defensive lineman Ray McDonald despite his arrest last month on domestic violence accusations. The owner or the Oakland Raiders says he’s got a solution for teams that want to protect the due process rights of players: sit them and pay them.
The Marin County District Attorney’s Office, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and the Center for Domestic Peace are holding a toy gun and violent video exchange during Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.
Peninsula Rep. Jackie Speier Denounces 49ers, NFL Over Recent Domestic Violence Controversies On House Floor
Peninsula Rep. Jackie Speier (D-San Mateo/San Francisco) denounced the San Francisco 49ers on the House floor Wednesday for allowing Ray McDonald to play following his arrest for alleged domestic violence.
A published report claims Arizona Cardinals running back Johnathan Dwyer has been arrested on domestic violence charges.
NFL Sponsors Chime In With Criticism Of League Over Handling Of Domestic Violence, Child Abuse Issues
The chorus of criticism of the National Football League over its handling of domestic violence and child abuse issues is beginning spread to the league’s corporate sponsors.
An advertisement for beauty products has been hijacked into a viral protest against the National Football League over its handling of domestic violence issues.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and his wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, issued a statement Sunday, denouncing the San Francisco 49ers’ decision to continue to play defensive end Ray McDonald during an investigation into felony domestic violence charges.
Supervisor London Breed spoke to KPIX 5’s Phil Matier on Sunday about her nonbinding resolution which calls for the 49ers to keep Ray McDonald from playing while an investigation of felony domestic violence charges against the star defensive end continues.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office Friday postponed a court hearing on potential felony domestic violence charges against San Francisco 49ers player Ray McDonald as the investigation continues, the office reported.