Ray Rice breaks his silence two years after tape that ended his career
No team wants to touch him since his reputation is terrible. What makes this problematic is that entities like pro football commonly lend a serious hand in helping young men, many of them black, out of the hell of the inner city, poverty, and despair. This means they suffer from a high incidence of young men making bad decisions, or in aphorism: no good deed goes unpunished. Should Rice be given a second chance? I can't say. But if he is I for one will not pillory the team who does. I will, instead root for Rice, his rehabilitation, and his testimony. Perhaps he can alter the lives of other angry young men who are likely to make poor decisions.
Good luck Ray.