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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

OPINION: Brandon’s World: NFL midseason report card

Brandon Lewis Columnist November 11, 2020

Some way, somehow, the NFL is halfway through the 2020 season: a season filled with excitement, disappointment and drama for teams and fans, and let’s hope the NFL can finish its season on time without...

OPINION: Brandon’s World – It’s time for Browns to trade Odell Beckham Jr.

Brandon Lewis Columnist September 24, 2020

In his inaugural season in the NFL in 2014, Odell Beckham Jr. stole the show for the New York Giants. The LSU wide receiver racked up 1,305 yards and scored 12 touchdowns, earning him a Pro Bowl selection....

AP: Ray Rice wins appeal; NFL suspension vacated immediately because of ‘arbitrary’ decision

Associated Press November 29, 2014

NEW YORK (AP) — An arbitrator Friday threw out Ray Rice's indefinite suspension by the NFL for hitting his then-fiancee and now wife in a hotel elevator, freeing him to play again.The NFL said Rice,...

Katie Smith is a senior public relations major and columnist for the Kent Stater. Contact her at ksmit138@kent.edu.

Opinion: There is a way out

Katie Smith September 10, 2014

 “No one knows the pain that (the) media & unwanted options from the public has caused my family,” states a post on Janay Rice’s Instagram.If you’ve been in hiding the past few days, let me...

The Baltimore Ravens fired Rice Monday, Sept. 9, 2014 after TMZ released a video showing Rice knocking his now-wife Janay unconscious in an elevator in February. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/MCT)

Ravens cut Ray Rice after release of video showing he hit fiancee in casino elevator

Associated Press September 8, 2014

BALTIMORE (AP) — Ray Rice was let go by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday and suspended indefinitely by the NFL after a video was released showing the running back striking his then-fiancee in February.The...

Fans cheer refs, and Ravens beat Browns 23-16

Fans cheer refs, and Ravens beat Browns 23-16

DOUG KAPUSTIN September 27, 2012

Side judge Jimmy DeBell (58), line judge Jeff Seeman (45), and umpire Bill Schuster (129) take to the field before their first game back after a lockout. They're ready to officiate the game in Baltimore,...

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