Six days before thousands of Ravens fans lined up outside M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to trade in their Ray Rice jerseys, the team’s former star running back stood on the sideline at New Rochelle High School, watching as his old squad rolled to victory.
With one of their top tailbacks questionable for Sunday’s game at Cleveland, the Ravens have bolstered their backfield depth. The club has signed rookie running back Fitzgerald Toussaint from the practice squad, the team said Saturday afternoon. Toussaint joins the Ravens’ roster after Bernard Pierce (thigh) was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday. A…
Will the become the ? That is, will the NFL force Steve Bisciotti to sell his football team like the NBA forced to sell his basketball team? Perhaps, if a scathing investigation by Outside the Lines holds up. : “Just hours after running back knocked out his then-fiancée with a left hook at the Revel Casino Hotel [...]
Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne said Saturday that the ESPN report of a team cover-up in RayRice's domestic-violence case contained 'inaccuracies' that will be addressed after Sunday's game.
The Baltimore Ravens signed undrafted rookie running back Fitzgerald Toussaint on Saturday, which could be an indication the team is unsure of Bernard Pierce's availability for Sunday's game at the Cleveland Browns. Pierce, who has started the first two games of the season, is questionable with a thigh injury. Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens had to give out approximately 2,400 vouchers Saturday to fans exchanging Ray Rice jerseys when the club ran out of jerseys for other Ravens players.
ESPN To Release Report On Ravens Covering Up Abusive Ray Rice Video Did the Baltimore Ravens organization know about the video of Ray Rice knocking out his wife in an elevator long before it went public? ESPN says yes. via
If you haven't had enough of the Ray Rice scandal yet, ESPN offers the most thorough account to date of what happened in a new investigative piece. Interviews with more than 20 sources "found a pattern of misinformation and misdirection employed by the Ravens and the NFL since that February...
It reportedly took more than an hour to get through the line around the Baltimore stadium. ESPN is reporting on what it calls "a pattern of misinformation and misdirection" by the team and the NFL.
In response to Friday afternoon’s bombshell report from ESPN regarding the Ravens’ gross mishandling of the Ray Rice investigation, the Ravens said only that the report contains “numerous errors, inaccuracies, false assumptions and,Show More Summary
It’s claimed that the Baltimore Ravens knew of the incriminating Ray Rice video shortly after it happened, and covered it up. More than 20 senior sources within the squad and the NFL told ESPN the Ravens’ director of security Darren Sanders spoke to a police officer about the attack moments after the incident in a [...]
A really superb piece of reporting by ESPN on the Rice coverup. The Ravens brass always knew exactly what Rice did: But sources both affiliated and unaffiliated with the team tell “Outside the Lines” a different story: The Ravens’ head of security, Sanders, heard a detailed description of the inside-elevator scene within hours and shared […]
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The city of Cleveland was in pure ecstasy following the Browns' first home-opener victory in a decade last Sunday. A late fourth-quarter drive that delivered a game-winning field goal against the always difficult New Orleans Saints gave...Show More Summary
The NFL and the Baltimore Ravens tried to cover up Ray Rice's domestic abuse case by pushing prosecutors for leniency and engaging in a flagrant "pattern of misinformation and misdirection," according to an explosive report from ESPN's Outside the Lines. Show More Summary
In this AFC North tilt, two teams looking to get over.500 battle it out. The Cleveland Browns are playing host to the Baltimore Ravens on the shores of Lake Erie come Sunday afternoon. Vegas can't decide who to favor, labeling the contest...Show More Summary
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ESPN's Outside the Lines reported Friday that both the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens knew much more about the Ray Rice incident sooner than they've revealed publicly.
The Baltimore Ravens knew almost immediately that running back Ray Rice had punched his fiancee in the face inside a casino elevator, but hid that information for months, according to an investigative report published Friday by ESPN's "Outside the Lines."