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By now you’ve already heard plenty about the Ray Rice domestic violence saga. You know, the one where they uncovered footage of him knocking out his then-fiancee (now wife) in a casino elevator in Atlantic City, forcing the NFL to suspend him, the Ravens to cut him, and no other team to bother taking a chance […]
Nearly one year after knocking his then-fiancée unconscious, the former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has released a new apology and revealed that he plans to leave Baltimore behind. "This is not a farewell or a goodbye," Rice begins his statement to The Baltimore Sun. "The last seven years... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Ray Rice is coming upon an awful anniversary this weekend—it was Feb. 15 of last year when the NFL star was arrested after knocking his then-fiancee unconscious. This morning, Rice issued a statement to the Baltimore Sun in which he apologizes to the city and to Baltimore Ravens fans,...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice issued a statement to The Baltimore Sun two days before the one-year anniversary of his domestic violence arrest, apologizing for his "horrible mistake" and thanking his supporters. "This is not...Show More Summary
Former Ravens star issues statement to city of Baltimore, thanking fans and apologizing to "all the kids who looked up to me"
Nearly one year to the day since he was arrested for assaulting his then fiancée, now wife Janay in an Atlantic City casino elevator, Ray Rice has delivered an apology letter to Baltimore Ravens fans. Published in The Baltimore Sun Friday,...Show More Summary
Running back Ray Rice, released by the Baltimore Ravens after video surfaced of him knocking his then-fiancee unconscious in a New Jersey casino elevator, apologized on Friday to the team and the city of Baltimore for the “horrible mistake I made.” Rice, arrested after the assault last...
By Steve Ginsburg BALTIMORE (Reuters) - Running back Ray Rice, released by the Baltimore Ravens after video surfaced of him knocking his then-fiancee unconscious in a New Jersey casino elevator, apologized on Friday to the team and the...Show More Summary
In a letter to the city, the former Ravens running back said he was sorry for the "mistake" he made
Former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice issued an apology to the city of Baltimore on Friday in which he asked for forgiveness and said he plans to raise awareness about the nation’s domestic violence crisis in the future. In a statement...Show More Summary
Rice is finally apologizing to the fans of his former team for punching his then-fiancee last February. NFL running back and former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice issued an apology to Ravens fans. Rice was suspended and then released...Show More Summary
Out-of-work running back Ray Rice has issued a statement thanking the Baltimore Ravens and apologizing for his actions in a February 2014 elevator incident with his now-wife that struck a serious chord with the nation a year ago. Rice's high-profile...Show More Summary
Ray Rice, hoping to resume his football career next season but understanding that it won't be with the Ravens, released a statement thanking the team, the fans, and the city of Baltimore, and apologizing to those he disappointed when he punched out his fiancée. Read more...
Former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice released a statement on Friday apologizing for the domestic abuse incident that resulted in his exit from the team. The running back also stated he wants to become a positive influence on the issue...Show More Summary
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who was cut by the team in September after video surfaced of him punching out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City hotel elevator, apologized to Ravens fans in a statement published Friday by the Baltimore Sun. The Sun’s Aaron Wilson reports that Rice “plans to leave Maryland and […]
Terrell Suggs may be great on the field playing for the Baltimore Ravens, but apparently he’s been playing the field in real life, too, explaining why his wife now files for divorce. Terrell Suggs’ wife files for divorce, accuses him...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens enter the 2015 NFL offseason looking to improve upon their 10-6 record and playoff appearance. Which positions should they target? Who could make an instant impact on their roster? Watch as the Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Baltimore's offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
A year after joining the Baltimore Ravens, safety Will Hill wants a close friend to do the same. On his Instagram account, Hill is openly campaigning for New York Giants free-agent safety Antrel Rolle to join him in Baltimore. Hill started 10 games alongside Rolle when they were teammates in New York in 2013. Show More Summary
The man who was caught on video urinating on the grave of Art Modell, the late owner of the Baltimore Ravens, won't be charged with a crime, according to reports. Jamison Hensley of ESPN has more: Charges have been dismissed againstShow More Summary