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NFLPA investigator complains about lack of cooperation from NFL, Ravens

Shortly after the NFL announced in September the hiring of former FBI Director Robert Mueller III to conduct an investigation into the pursuit and handling of evidence in Ray Rice's domestic-violence case, the NFL Players Association announced that it would conduct its own investigation. The players' union hired former federal prosecutor Richard Craig Smith, who complained Friday night in an interview with the Associated Press that the NFL and Ravens haven't cooperated with his requests for documents and witnesses. "I am interested in the facts, and if we get cooperation from all the parties that were involved, we will have an understanding of what happened," Smith told the wire service...

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