The NFL’s PR department has been extremely busy since two major controversies happened, it’s agreed that the league’s handling of the Ray Rice abuse controversy was far from pristine.
New reports are now surfacing that the league had seen the infamous security tape showing former Baltimore Raven knocking his now wife unconscious prior to it leaking.
League security chief Jeffrey Miller sent the clip, accompanied by a note that read, “Ray Rice elevator video. You have to see it. It’s terrible.” In the same report, the official played a 12-second voice mail from an NFL office number, in which a woman says “You’re right. It’s terrible.”
The specifics: “No one from the NFL ever asked me for the inside-elevator video,” the official said to AP. “I mailed it anonymously to Jeff Miller because he’s their head of security. I attached a note saying: ‘Ray Rice elevator video. You have to see it. It’s terrible.’ I provided a number for a disposable cellphone and asked for confirmation that it was received. I knew there was a possibility Mr. Miller may not get the video, but I hoped it would land in the right hands.”
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