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NEW YORK, N. Cheap Nashville Predators Jerseys .Y. - The long-awaited Mueller report was released Thursday with no unexpected findings: the NFL initially botched the Ray Rice case and had a weak domestic abuse policy, but investigators found no evidence league officials saw tape of Rice hitting his fiancee before it was released.Owners and executives were quick to say the league had learned from its mistakes and is solidly behind Commissioner Roger Goodell and changes he has made.The report from a former FBI director hired to investigate said the leagues investigative system relied too much on information from law enforcement after the Ravens running back knocked out his fiancee in an elevator at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City.The 96-page report by Robert S. Mueller III said Goodell and his investigators might have seen the video of Rice hitting Janay Palmer before handing down the suspension had they tried harder.The NFL should have done more with the information it had and should have taken additional steps to obtain all available information about the Feb. 15 incident, Mueller said in a statement after releasing his report.The report said a review of phone records and emails of NFL employees showed no evidence that anyone in the league had seen the graphic video before it hit the Internet in September. A law enforcement official showed The Associated Press videos of the incident and said he mailed a DVD to NFL headquarters in April.The private investigation, without subpoena power, did not include any contact with the law enforcement official who showed the AP the videos. The officer played the AP a 12-second voicemail from an NFL office number dated April 9, in which a woman verifies receipt of the DVD and says: Youre right, its terrible.The official, who insisted on anonymity because he was not authorized to share the evidence, told the AP on Thursday he didnt speak with investigators.I took steps to ensure a call from any person at the NFL wouldnt be traced back to me and I was never contacted by the team of investigators hired by the NFL to investigate the NFL, he said. I still dont know who confirmed receiving the video and I dont know what that person did with it.We have reviewed the report and stand by our original reporting, said Kathleen Carroll, the APs executive editor.The Mueller team did ask us for source material and other newsgathering information, but we declined. Everything that we report and confirm goes into our stories. We do not offer up reporters notes and sources.Giants owner John Mara and Steelers President Art Rooney, the men appointed by Goodell as liaisons to the investigation, said the 32 team owners were briefed in a conference call Thursday morning. They all expressed their belief Goodell told the truth throughout the investigation.They reiterated their backing of Goodell, whose job never appeared in jeopardy despite the missteps by the league in the Rice case and calls for scrutiny of him from outside groups.There was resounding support for Roger, Rooney said. Theres a very strong confidence in Roger going forward in terms of him being the commissioner of the league.Still, Mueller found the NFLs deference to the law enforcement process involving Rice led to deficiencies in the leagues collection and analysis of information during its investigation. He added such an approach can foster an environment in which it is less important to understand precisely what a player did than to understand how and when the criminal justice system addresses the event.Muellers report details some of the efforts the NFL made in obtaining the video, but said the league should have taken additional steps.League investigators did not contact any of the police officers who investigated the incident, the Atlantic County Prosecutors Office, or the Revel to attempt to obtain or view the in-elevator video or to obtain other information, the report said. No one from the league asked Rice or his lawyer whether they would make available for viewing the in-elevator video they received as part of criminal discovery in early April.The report also said the league didnt follow up on initial conversations with the Ravens to determine whether the team had more information.The official showed the AP multiple videos from the casino the night Rice was arrested. Those videos included security cameras from inside and outside the elevator and two cellphone videos that included some audio.The league said it considered the video published by TMZ in September to be new evidence meriting an indefinite suspension. Its emergence drew renewed backlash to the league from womens organizations, members of Congress and players — all calling for more detail on how the NFL handled the case.Mara and Rooney said Mueller made six recommendations that the owners will review. They agreed that the leagues policy on domestic violence was insufficient.We were slow to react, and in the case of Ray Rice, the original punishment was insufficient, their statement said. In addition, the steps taken by the NFL to investigate this matter were inadequate. Since then, a new policy concerning domestic violence and other rules for conduct violations have been put into place.___Golen reported from Boston; AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner reported from New York. 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An interception by the 325-pound Wilfork near his goal line gave the heavily favoured Patriots the ball with 51 seconds left, and they ran out the clock to hold off the Raiders 16-9 on Sunday. "It was a team play," Wilfork said after his third career interception. "I just happened to catch it." The ball deflected off Logan Ryan after Rob Ninkovich jarred it loose from intended receiver Denarius Moore. On the previous play, Darren McFaddens 6-yard potential tying run into the end zone was nullified by a holding penalty against guard Gabe Jackson. "When I turned around and everybody wasnt coming to celebrate with me, I knew something wasnt right," McFadden said said. Jackson didnt think he held. The penalty gave Oakland first-and-goal from the 12. Then Ryan redeemed himself for a pass interference penalty on the play before McFaddens run. Just as Raiders coach Dennis Allen disagreed with the holding call, the Patriots Bill Belichick questioned the pass interference. In spite of a sluggish offence that settled for three field goals by Stephen Gostkowski and just one touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots (2-1) won their home opener for the 12th time in 13 seasons. The Raiders (0-3) lost their 15th straight game in the Eastern time zone. They were held to three field goals by Sebastian Janikowski and finished with no interceptions despite several opportunities. "We are moving in the right direction," Oakland defensive end LaMarr Woodley said. "When we have an opportunity to catch the ball we need to catch it." Brady completed 24 of 37 passes for 234 yards and became the third quarterback with 150 regular-season wins behind Brett Favre (186) and Peyton Manning, who came into Sunday with 169. And Brady is 57-5 in his last 62 home games, including the playoffs, posting another win despite a mediocre offensive performance. The Patriots scored 10 points in the llast 4:14 of the second quarter to take a 10-3 lead -- but it could have been 14-3. Cheap Adidas NHL Jerseys. Brady capped a 15-play, 84-yard drive with a 6-yard touchdown pass to Gronkowski, who shook off linebacker Kaluka Maiava and caught the ball as he went over the middle. "We did just enough to get the victory," Gronkowski said. "Sometimes its frustrating, but what we did today is not always going to get the job done." The Patriots had a chance for another touchdown when they reached the 2-yard line with 8 seconds left in the half. But Dan Connollys snap was low and Brady picked it up and quickly threw an incompletion, stopping the clock with 3 seconds remaining. Gostkowski then kicked a 21-yard field goal. "We have first-and-goal on the 1 1/2-yard line and settle for a field goal," Brady said. "You just cant do that." Derek Carr completed 21 of 34 passes for 174 yards for Oakland. But with running back Maurice Jones-Drew sidelined for the second straight week with a right hand injury, the rookie remained winless as a pro. McFadden started in Jones-Drews spot and rushed for 59 yards on 18 carries. The Patriots relied on their running game early against the NFLs worst rushing defence and picked up 63 yards on the ground in the first half but just 16 the rest of the way. "Sometimes you got to grind them out," Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman said. "An ugly win is better than a pretty loss." The Raiders planned to leave after the game for London, where they face the Miami Dolphins in Wembley Stadium next Sunday. "I was looking forward to it being after a win," Oakland safety Charles Woodson said. "Its a great opportunity to represent the NFL, but its a business trip." NOTES: Patriots defensive tackle Sealver Siliga didnt return after hurting his foot in the first quarter. ... 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