>>Devon Still Jerseys Helping Fight Pediatric Cancer
(Cincinnati, OH) -- The Cincinnati Bengals are helping to fight pediatric cancers. All proceeds from the sale of Devon Still's jersey will go to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Two months ago, the practice squad defensive tackle announced that his four-year-old daughter Leah has stage four neuroblastoma. You can pre-order Still's jersey from the Bengals' team shop for 100-dollars.
ESPN reports that within 24 hours of going on sale, Devon Still's number-75 jersey was sold more times than any other player in the history of the Bengals.
>>Texans RB Arian Foster Comments On Domestic Violence In Home
(Houston, TX) -- Houston Texans running back Arian [[ AIR-ee-an ]] Foster is opening up on domestic abuse in his own life. Foster tweeted that he grew up in a domestically violent household and knows how tough it is. He also tweeted he wishes "that family" love and nothing but the best, in reference to the Ray Rice situation. Rice was suspended indefinitely by the NFL and kicked off the Baltimore Ravens yesterday after video surfaced of him hitting his now-wife. Foster adds there needs to be forgiveness, because forgiving the one who caused turmoil in his life freed him.
>>Nike Dropping Endorsement Deal With Ray Rice
(Undated) -- Embattled running back Ray Rice is taking another hit to the pocketbook. After having his contract terminated by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, Bloomberg reports that apparel giant Nike is dropping its endorsement deal with the 27-year-old. Rice was cut by the Ravens after surveillance video was released Monday showing him knocking out his now-wife with a punch to the face in an Atlantic City casino elevator in February.