not to get too religious but it is interesting that Ray says essentially that "he is obviously innocent because God couldn't use him for God's glory".....that is flawed logic on so many levels. 1) Moses murdered an Egyptian and went on to do some pretty impressive things....part the Red Sea, ten commandments, strike a rock for water, etc.
2) Ray's equates his football success to God's glory. Seems a bit presumptuous
3) Ray's logic is essentially that because he got away with it and has been blessed on the football field...then he must not have murdered anyone. Believe Rae Carruth was a pretty good player on the field too before he murdered.
Of course what can you expect from a UM thug that's been hit in the head too many times?
I would guess that he must've included a gag order in the settlement that keeps anyone from revealing his true level of involvement....otherwise we'd probably all know more details, ANY details, about what happened that night. And when asked repeatedly point-blank, Ray obfuscates repeatedly and tries to hide behind a religious veil with some flawed elementary arguments.
I hope the attention to this matter and Ray's complete attempted shut down on any and all discussions of any wrong doing on his part, being PEDs or murder, continues to escalate and HoF voters sour on him. The more Ray non-talks about all his sins, the more suspicious i become. He looks more and more guilty everytime this topic comes up.
Shame Goodell wasn't in charge back then, Ray would've gotten in some serious trouble from the league.
How many times will our society and system proclaim a murderer is innocent simply because we liked their performance on the football field?
Still left to accomplish:
sign OT Winston or G Moore