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  1. 06:13

    KO: The NFL's Perfect Season

    Getting the Ray McDonald case wrong means the NFL, its teams, and Roger Goodell have completed a perfect season. Keith Olbermann explains.

    December 18, 2014
  2. 06:59

    The Apologies Owed In The Ray McDonald Case

    In the Ray McDonald case, the 49ers and the San Jose PD owe the local community and the women of this country an apology. Keith Olbermann explains.

    November 10, 2014
  3. 00:26

    Impact of Peterson Plea Deal

    Roger Cossack discusses Vikings RB Adrian Peterson's plea agreement to resolve his child abuse case.

    November 04, 2014
  4. 04:53

    Women's Roundtable: State Of The NFL

    Kate Fagan, Melissa Isaacson and Sarah Spain discuss the current state of the NFL and changes that the league has been making in light of dealing with multiple domestic violence cases.

    September 17, 2014
  5. 03:27

    Program Ray Rice Is In Rarely Granted

    John Barr discusses the pretrial intervention program that was offered to Ray Rice in the assault case involving his wife, which is granted in less than one percent of all domestic violence assuault cases according to New Jersey Judiciary data.

    September 12, 2014
  6. 01:00

    Still's Case Remarkable In Sports

    John Saunders breaks down why the Bengals' decision to keep defensive tackle Devon Still on the team's practice squad goes against the norm in a money-driven business.

    September 07, 2014
  7. 02:38

    Double Homicide Case Against Hernandez Very Strong

    ESPN legal analyst Ryan Smith explains how prosecutors will proceed with the double homicide case against former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez, which Smith says is a much stronger case than the Odin Lloyd murder case.

    May 15, 2014
  8. 03:27

    OTL - New NFL CTE Cases

    Boston University researchers have discovered 27 more cases of chronic brain damage in deceased football players, including 15 NFL players, which more than doubles the number of documented cases connecting football to long-term brain disease.

    December 02, 2012