Ray Rice got it right in Friday's press conference, which is the first step for everyone to move on following his arrest in February, writes The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston.
Three Democrat U.S. Senators wrote a letter to the NFL stating that they would like the league to revise the two-game suspension handed down to Rice, writes The Baltimore Sun's John Fritze and Colin Campbell.
espnW.com's Sarah Spain writes that the Ravens running back made a positive first step by admitting what happened on that early Feb. 15 morning inside the elevator as Revel Casino was domestic violence.
According to the Huffington Post, 31 percent of those surveyed in a HuffPost/YouGov poll would have preferred for Rice to be suspended for the entire 2014 season.
As Rice deals with the aftermath of the domestic violence incident from this past February, Ray Lewis has been guiding him through the process, reports FOX Sports' Peter Schrager.
With the NFL commissioner only giving Rice a two-game suspension, TheMMQB.com's Andrew Brandt wonders if this signals a new era for someone who's had the reputation of punishing players much more harshly.