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  • Yes, the Ravens should let fans exchange their Ray Rice jerseys.

    The Ravens organization should absolutely let fans exchange their Ray Rice jerseys, and here's why. What Ray Rice did was beyond shameful, and the NFL's subsequent response has been less than satisfactory. Given all this, any fan who has paid their hard earned money for a Ray Rice jersey should have the option to return it for a refund or credit towards other NFL merchandise. No fan could have possibly foreseen these events, and to not allow them to exchange their jerseys would be akin to punishing them along with Rice.

  • The Ravens should let fans exchange their Ray Rice jerseys

    The Ravens franchise should let fans exchange their Ray Rice jerseys. Although the fans were probably unaware of Ray Rice's domestic issues at the time of purchase, the Ray Rice brand has become irreversibly changed by recent media coverage stemming from a domestic violence incident involving his then-fianceé. It is understandable that fans would not want to promote his personal brand giving these revelations while still wishing to participate in the overall Ravens brand. It's an act of goodwill for the Ravens to let fans exchange Ray Rice jerseys, and the gesture benefits both the Ravens and consumers.

  • He is not a good image.

    Yes, the Ravens should let fans exchange their Ray Rice jerseys, because those jerseys are very expensive. A lot of average income people have to save a long time to buy a jersey of their favorite team. Since Ray Rice has behaved inappropriately, wearing his jersey is not something to be proud of anymore. It is a good thing to allow NFL fans to find a new player to support.

  • dont support domestic violence

    i believe the Ravens let fans exchange their Ray Rice jerseys . It is a good move especally for the team , to make a statement to the public that you dont tolerate domestic violence, the NFL should be following the same practive if anyone has bought a jersey directly from them

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