SI.com "Baltimore Ravens fans gave running back Ray Rice a standing ovation as he jogged onto the field during training camp practice on Monday, according to the team's website. Rice acknowledged the cheering fans by pointing to the crowd. Rice was seen on video in February dragging his..." July 29
Denver Post "Hey, Roger Goodell, you sanctimonious coward: What if that were your daughter Ray Rice dragged out of that elevator? Well, it was somebody's daughter, and you're telling every parent of daughters that if some despicable faux of a man decides to beat his child — but this guy happens to be an NFL..." July 29
Baltimore Sun "The Ravens have known for a while that they’d likely be without Ray Rice at the start of the 2014 season. Now, they know exactly how long their top running back will be sidelined. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will hand down a two-game suspension to Rice for violating the league’s personal..." July 24
Baltimore Sun "As the Ravens await word from the NFL on potential discipline for Ray Rice stemming from a domestic violence incident, coach John Harbaugh expressed confidence that the league will be fair to the three-time Pro Bowl running back. Rice is facing a potential multi-game suspension under the NFL..." July 23
I keep hearing that Ray Rice's punishment from the NFL will be "significant" -- 4-6 games, maybe even more.
League is not confirming visit. Goodell will rule on suspension of Rice for offseason arrest in the coming days.
Rotoworld "ESPN's Chris Mortensen indicated on NFL Insiders Thursday that Ray Rice is likely to face a league-imposed suspension following his assault charge. Rice avoided trial and is a first-time offender of the Personal Conduct Policy, but the NFL has suspended players for similar incidents. "He's..." May 23
Baltimore Sun "Ravens running back Ray Rice pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he assaulted his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City hotel in February. The hearing marked the first court appearance for Rice, the three-time Pro Bowler, who was indicted in March on third-degree aggravated assault charges..." May 02
Baltimore Beat Down "Ravens running back Ray Rice's arraignment conference was pushed back to Thursday, after it was originally scheduled to take place today. The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reports that the arraignment will take place at 8:45 a.m. Rice and his now-wife Janay Palmer were arrested at Revel..." April 29
ESPN.com "With his legal troubles having cast doubt on his playing future, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been committed to what he can control: losing weight and getting back to full strength after a hip injury derailed him last season. Rice is attending the start of the Ravens' offseason..." April 22
Baltimore Sun "Ravens running back Ray Rice's felony aggravated assault case has been scheduled for an April 28 arraignment conference at Atlantic County Superior Court, according to a court spokesperson. The arraignment is scheduled for 8:45 a.m. The case stems from a physical altercation between the..." April 02
Pro Football Talk "On Thursday, Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted for aggravated assault of his fiancee. On Friday, he married her. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Janay Palmer and Rice exchanged vows last night, in a ceremony that had been scheduled for weeks. The conscious coupling likely will..." March 29
Baltimore Sun "Ravens running back Ray Rice has been indicted by prosecutors in Atlantic County, N.J. on a charge of aggravated assault, officials announced Thursday. Rice had initially faced a charge of simple assault for allegedly striking his fiancee, Janay Palmer, in the Revel Casino on Feb. 15...." March 28
Ravens RB Ray Rice was indicted today on one count of aggravated assault. Carries a 3-5 year prison term.
Roger Goodell says the NFL is monitoring the Ray Rice legal situation and there's no indication on whether a suspension could be coming.
Just spoke to Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. Aggressively stood by RB Ray Rice. Said there's no circumstance where Rice's not w team in '14.
Pro Football Talk "After a season in which he gained just 3.1 yards per carry and had just one rush of more than 20 yards, Ravens running back Ray Rice is reportedly slimming down. Rice’s trainer, Kyle Jakobe, told Matt Zenitz of the Carroll County (Md.) Times that the running back was 225 pounds at season’s end...." March 16
Pro Football Talk "Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome delivered perhaps the understatement of the Scouting Combine, when asked about running back Ray Rice. Regarding the video that shows Rice dragging his unconscious fiance out of an elevator after an alleged altercation, Newsome said, “It doesn’t look..." February 22
John Harbaugh "I haven't seen anything that would remotely make me think that," when asked of scenario where Rice wouldn't be on the team
Pro Football Talk "While Ravens running back Ray Rice’s lawyers called the incident with his fiancée that led to his arrest in Atlantic City a “very minor physical altercation,” a video emerged of Rice dragging a seemingly unconscious Janay Palmer out of an elevator told a different story. So does the summons..." February 20
Baltimore Sun "Ravens running back Ray Rice's arrest and charge of simple assault-domestic violence in Atlantic City will be reviewed by the league under the NFL personal-conduct policy, according to a league source. Under the policy, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has wide discretion on punishing players..." February 19
Baltimore Sun "Few pro athletes have fallen out of favor so quickly in Baltimore as Ravens running back Ray Rice. There have been others who came to town with troubled reputations and lived up to them, and others who came with athletic promise and fell because of injuries. But none like Rice. Once a..." February 18
Baltimore Beat Down "Nothing gets past a casino. Casinos make sure to monitor every square inch of their space, with cameras located in just about every corner. Ray Rice and his fiancée, Janay Palmer, learned that this weekend. According to the police report from Rice and Palmer's arrest at an Atlantic City..." February 17
NFL.com "The new offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens says Ray Rice will remain the engine of the team's offense in 2014. "I think as he goes, we'll go," Gary Kubiak told the Ravens' official site on Friday. "Our goal is to get him going, and he's excited to get going and put last year behind..." February 14
SB Nation "Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had a huge drop in production during the 2013 season and that was largely due to his decision to play through a hip injury. Rice told Ross Jones of FOX Sports that he "should have thought twice" about attempting to play through the injury. "As a..." February 04
Baltimore Sun "Ravens running back Ray Rice recently paid a visit to general manager Ozzie Newsome, and it wasn't a routine meeting. The three-time Pro Bowl runner had just completed the worst season of his NFL career, gaining just 660 rushing yards and averaging 3.1 yards per carry -- the lowest numbers Rice..." January 09
Newark Star-Ledger "On Tuesday, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he was confident that former Rutgers running back Ray Rice will rebound in from the worst season of his career. If so, Rice will do it with a new running backs coach. The Ravens fired Wilbert Montgomery on Friday, though head coach John..." January 04
Baltimore Sun "In the midst of his most difficult season, Ravens running back Ray Rice vowed that he'll rededicate himself during the offseason to try to regain his old form as one of the top all-purpose backs in the league. During a season where he battled a strained left hip flexor earlier this season and..." December 26
Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and Elvis Dumervil are all active for #Ravens.
Dallas Clark (illness), Ray Rice (thigh) at practice. Asa Jackson (hamstring), Albert McClellan (neck) not practicing
CSN New England "Ray Rice seems to realize he’s closer to the end of his NFL career than the beginning. Though just 26 years old and near the end of his sixth season, Rice said Wednesday that the he’ll consider hanging them up once he turns 30. “It’s always something to think about at the running back..." December 18
John Harbaugh said 'no doubt about it,' that Ray Rice's health is a negative factor in how he's played
Baltimore Sun "Ravens running back Ray Rice has struggled mightily this season, frequently unable to gain more than a few yards at a time. Named to the Pro Bowl the past three seasons, Rice has rushed for just 259 yards on 97 carries this season and is on pace to finish with 519 yards. Averaging 2.7 yards per..." November 07
NFL.com "Just three NFL running backs have accrued at least 75 rushes this season with a per-carry average of fewer than 3 yards. All three will be on the field Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens travel to the Cleveland Browns. It has been even worse for the Ravens, as Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce entered..." November 02
CSN Baltimore "Ray Rice says don’t blame his health if he does not have a breakout game Sunday. “There’s no way you can’t call me full strength” Rice said Friday in a noisy Ravens’ locker room. “When I’ve had a chance to hit the hole…You’ve seen what I did when I ran down Dallas Clark last week. When I get..." October 19
NFL.com "The Baltimore Ravens coaching staff and front office aren't messing around following a deflating loss at Buffalo in Week 4. One day after coach John Harbaugh called out the offensive line as a disappointment general manager Ozzie Newsome pulled the trigger on a trade for left tackle Eugene..." October 03
ESPN.com "Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is expected to play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills barring a setback to his hip injury in pregame warm-ups a league source has told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Rice told people all week he would play and one source said Sunday morning he's "90..." September 29
Baltimore Sun "Ravens star running back Ray Rice characterized his status for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills as a game-time decision acknowledging there's a chance he plays since his strained left hip flexor has improved. One week after not playing during a 30-9 win over the Houston Texans after..." September 28
Ray rice 'I pushed myself to the limit I had no setbacks the biggest thing is your leg getting tired'
Harbaugh said the plan is for Ray Rice to practice today.
Terrence Cody has a sprained knee. John Harbaugh said him playing this weekend would be a stretch. Ray Rice and Chris Canty could return.
Bernard Pierce slated to start with Ray Rice left hip flexor strain regarded as two-week injury to be on the safe side according to source
John harbaugh said no changes to injury report game time decision for ray rice chris canty
Rotoworld "The doubtful designation officially means the Ravens believe Rice's chances of playing Sunday are 25 percent or worse. They previously stated he'd be a game-time decision but the odds are heavily against Rice dressing against the Texans. Appearing on ESPN's NFL Insiders Friday John Clayton..." September 20
Baltimore Sun "The medical question of the week surrounding the Ravens has been running back Ray Rice's strained left hip flexor. Rice was injured Sunday during the second half of a 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns immediately going to the ground and grabbing his hip before limping off the..." September 20
ESPN.com "The Ravens expressed optimism about Ray Rice's status after the starting running back left the fourth quarter of Baltimore's 14-6 win Sunday with a hip flexor strain. Rice went down without getting hit with 11:57 left in the game and didn't return. He isn't scheduled for an MRI and he didn't..." September 16
Rotoworld "Ray Rice exited Sunday's game against the Browns with a fourth-quarter hip injury. The injury is to Rice's left hip. He went down on a scary non-contact injury and limped badly to the locker room" September 15
Pro Football Talk "Bernard Pierce had a very good season as a third-round rookie running back for the Ravens last year, gaining 532 yards and averaging 4.9 yards a carry. But there’s no question that Ray Rice remains the Ravens’ top back. Still, while Rice remains one of the best running backs in the NFL, the..." June 23
USA Today "Police say the Maryland home of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was burglarized over the weekend, and $2,000 and two guns were stolen. Baltimore County police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton said Monday that the burglary happened between 8:30 p.m. Friday and 12:50 a.m. Saturday at the..." May 21
Baltimore Sun "Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice had a quick initial reaction to the new crown-of-helmet rule designed to protect defensive players. He didn't like it. Now Rice has softened his stance a bit toward the change, which has made it illegal for runners to use the crown of their helmet to hit..." April 23