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Ray Rice Agrees To Five-Year, $40 Million Contract With Baltimore Ravens

Ray Rice will be sitting pretty with the Baltimore Ravens for at least five more years after agreeing to a contract worth nearly $40 million. Rice was set to play the 2012-2013 season under the franchise tag which would have earned him $7.7 million. Rice will now instead earn $17 million this season and $8 [...] Ray Rice Agrees To Five-Year, $40 Million Contract With Baltimore Ravens is a
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