From MSN comes this story about the pro football Ravens and their lack of a Domestic Violence Policy.
The NFL didn’t really have much in place in way of a domestic violence policy before 2014. That all quickly changed in large part thanks to Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens.
The criticism comes from Ravens owner Steve Biscoitti who said “I think that we were pretty stupid not to recognize domestic violence as a category by itself, I’m embarrassed to say that they were lumped together. So, I’m happy that we found ourselves comfortable taking that categorically and putting it into at the top of the list as something that is just unacceptable.”
Bisciotti also said the Ravens now take into consideration off-field issues — particularly any history of domestic violence — when scouting for the draft or preparing for free agency.
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