There is new evidence the NFL's commissioner is not telling the whole truth about when he first learned that Ray Rice knocked out his now-wife in an Atlantic City elevator.
According to ESPN, Rice revealed to Roger Goodell in June that he had punched his then fiancee.
That contradicts what Goodell told CBS about that conversation with Rice. These inconsistencies have forced the NFL to enlist the help of a former FBI chief to investigate the league's handling of the Ray Rice case. But questions are already growing about who is leading the investigation.
CNN's Miguel Marquez is OutFront.
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The NFL is in major damage control with the commissioner and the league's credibility hanging in the balance.
The newest revelation – ESPN reporting that Ray Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell back in June that he punched his now-wife. Which is in contradiction, to what Roger Goodell said this week.
This new revelation is in addition to an AP report saying the NFL received the video of Ray Rice assaulting his now-wife in an elevator back in April.
OutFront, Rob Maaddi, who is the AP reporter who broke the story.