— Rachel (@rachooo) September 11, 2014
OK, we see only one woman in the photo, but that’s still an alarming number if you ask us.
Striking # of female fans wearing Rice jersey at Ravens game. Latest on NFL probe @NBCNightlyNewsq pic.twitter.com/hfOF5S0p2H
— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) September 11, 2014
@PeterAlexander "Striking" – bad choice of word there.
— Rob Dalton (@_daltonator) September 11, 2014
— Andrew S. (@shoutingboy) September 11, 2014
— mcbc (@mcbc) September 11, 2014
Maybe there’s a simple explanation.
.@PeterAlexander @NBCNightlyNewsq Maybe they're hoping for Condi Rice as new commish.
— Matt Bennett (@ThirdWayMattB) September 11, 2014
— The P.C. (@pjcroba) September 11, 2014
No, sadly that’s probably not it.
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) September 11, 2014
— elton morrow (@eltonmorrow1) September 11, 2014
i don't understand how women are wearing ray rice's jersey in baltimore..do you support him or something? that could have been you. smh
— Kevin ∞ (@KJ_Skrilla) September 12, 2014
All these women are wearing Rice's jersey tonight to support him…. O
— Danielle Powers (@CoolStoryyBroo_) September 12, 2014
Ultimate sign of sports as tribalism: The women that are wearing Ray Rice jersey's to tonight's game.
— Jason Anderson (@J680Anderson) September 12, 2014
Women get no respect because one wearing a ray rice jersey tonight said "if I hit you, I expect to get hit back."
— Justin Szabo (@JmSzabo) September 11, 2014
someone please tell me why there are women at the Ravens game tonight wearing Ray Rice's jersey in "support" of him?… I'm confused
— Steven Brathwaite (@JustStevie_) September 11, 2014
@PeterAlexander It says they think Domestic Violence is ok! Women Wearing Rices jersey seems kind of like a sick..worship..of athletes!
— Christine Caston (@CastonChris) September 11, 2014
— DuW3rkSon (@slammedrabbit) September 11, 2014
Some don’t see a problem.
— RC (@RissyCrozay) September 11, 2014
@PeterAlexander Or maybe they believe in second chances and/or redemption. But judge away from your glass homes, people.
— Houston_TheReal (@Houston_TheReal) September 11, 2014