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Coverage: Ray Rice arrest

FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2014, file photo, Ray Rice arrives with his wife Janay Palmer for an appeal hearing of his indefinite suspension from the NFL in New York. For all that went right on the field, the NFL took a big hit off it with domestic violence issues. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow, File) ORG XMIT: NY150
FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2014, file photo, Ray Rice arrives with his wife Janay Palmer for an appeal hearing of his indefinite suspension from the NFL in New York. For all that went right on the field, the NFL took a big hit off it with domestic violence issues. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow, File) ORG XMIT: NY150

Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested in Atlantic City, N.J., on Feb. 15, 2014, following an altercation with his fiancee Janay Palmer, who was also arrested. Both Rice and Palmer were charged with simple assault.

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice selling his Reisterstown home

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice has sold his Reisterstown home, according to real estate records.

Ray Rice's wrongful termination grievance against Ravens was settled for $1.588 million

With Rice seeking back pay from his $3.529 million base salary for the 2014 season, the two sides wound up settling for $1.588 million, according to sources.

Full Q&A with Ray Rice

Former Ravens star running back Ray Rice remains a free agent one year after his high-profile domestic violence incident.

Ray Rice seeks end to exile from NFL

One year removed from punching and knocking out his now-wife, Janay, on Valentine's Day inside of an Atlantic City, N.J., casino elevator, the contrite former Ravens running back told The Baltimore Sun he's experienced dark moments over the past year, but holds no grudges against the Ravens or NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and is hopeful his football career won't end in exile.

One year after Ray Rice incident, impacts abound for Ravens, NFL, domestic-violence activists

When Ray Rice left Baltimore one year ago this weekend for a Valentine's outing with his then-fiancee, he could never have fathomed the seismic impact he was to set off with his actions that night.

At crossroads in quest to continue NFL career, Ray Rice asks forgiveness

As the one-year anniversary of his domestic violence incident approaches, former Ravens star running back Ray Rice issued a statement to The Baltimore Sun.

Mueller report finds no evidence that NFL saw Ray Rice elevator video early

Former FBI director Robert Mueller III has released his investigative report on the NFL's handling and pursuit of evidence in the domestic violence case surrounding former Ravens star running back Ray Rice, concluding that the NFL didn't get an early look at the video of the incident.

Timeline of events in the Ray Rice case

A look at key dates since Ray Rice was arrested for assaulting his then-fiancee Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City casino elevator.

Who's who in the Ray Rice saga

A look at the key figures involved in Ray Rice's arrest, suspension and appeal.

Ray Rice wins appeal of suspension, but future uncertain

Ray Rice is eligible to return to NFL play after an arbitrator decreed Friday that league commissioner Roger Goodell had improperly punished the former Ravens running back twice for the same domestic violence offense.

NFL needs to learn lesson from Ray Rice case

It didn't really require a former federal court judge to figure out that the NFL's personal conduct policy is a confusing mess that needs to be cleaned up … or that the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal should have been dealt with more decisively from the start.

NFL, NFLPA issue statements after Ray Rice reinstated with successful appeal

"This decision is a victory for a disciplinary process that is fair and transparent," the NFLPA said in a statement. "

Market for Ray Rice might not develop until 2015

Though Ray Rice is now cleared to return to the NFL, there remains lingering doubt about whether any team will be interested in a 27-year-old running back who hasn't played in a game of any significance since last December.

Potential landing spots for former Ravens running back Ray Rice

With former Ravens running back Ray Rice free to sign with an NFL team, take a look at where he might (and might not) end up.

Where Ray Rice goes from here

There already is a lot of speculation about possible NFL destinations for newly reinstated Ray Rice, but where he ends up is anybody¿s guess, and what uniform he eventually wears is not particularly important in the greater scheme of things.

Ex-teammates hope Rice receives another chance to play

While they don't condone his actions, former teammates of Ray Rice say he would make the most of a second chance.

Former Ravens teammates say Ray Rice deserves second chance in NFL

Despite the baggage that accompanies Rice, former Ravens teammates expressed support for the three-time Pro Bowl runner and said he's deserving of a second chance in the NFL.

Ray Rice: 'I made an inexcusable mistake'

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice broke his silence, issuing a statement for the first time since he was indefinitely suspended.

Ray Rice's lawyer says Roger Goodell 'can't be trusted'

The lawyer for former Ravens running back Ray Rice has issued a lengthy statement that was highly critical of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Final briefs in Ray Rice suspension appeal are due today

Final briefs from lawyers involved in Ray Rice's suspension appeal are due today, and former federal judge Barbara S. Jones is expected to hand down her ruling within the next 10 days, according to sources with knowledge of the case.

Ozzie Newsome's candor could play a big role in the result of Ray Rice's appeal

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has become a key figure in Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension.

Ray Rice situation didn't help Adrian Peterson

It's fairly obvious that Roger Goodell's decision to suspend him until at least April 15 was heavily influenced by the Rice scandal, which focused a very harsh spotlight on the NFL's arbitrary and incoherent disciplinary system.

Decision in Ray Rice's appeal hearing expected in roughly two weeks, sources say

The third-party arbitrator who presided over the hearing that concluded last Thursday has informed lawyers to file their briefs by this Thursday with a decision expected to be handed down no later than 10 days afterward, according to sources with knowledge of the case.

Ozzie Newsome testifies that Ray Rice told Roger Goodell the truth

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome testified on Thursday that Ray Rice told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on June 16 that he hit his then-fiancee, according to sources with knowledge of Newsome's sworn testimony.

Roger Goodell testifies as Ray Rice appeal hearing begins

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was the first witness to testify in former Ravens running back Ray Rice's appeal hearing, which began Wednesday at a New York law firm.

As Ray Rice prepares for appeal hearing, storm over video has quieted

As former Ravens star Ray Rice prepares for his appeal hearing next week, he does so in a world both changed and unchanged by the video of him striking his future wife.

Judge Barbara S. Jones issues gag order in Ray Rice's pending appeal

The third-party arbitrator overseeing indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice's appeal is demanding silence regarding Wednesday and Thursday's proceedings, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

Ozzie Newsome, Dick Cass to testify at Ray Rice's appeal hearing, sources say

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome and team president Dick Cass have been informed in a ruling by a third-party arbitrator that they must testify at the appeal hearing for indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one

Any team interested in former Ravens running back Ray Rice will have to weigh the risk, and cost, of signing him.

NFLPA investigator Richard Craig Smith complains about lack of cooperation from NFL, Ravens

The players' union hired former federal prosecutor Richard Craig Smith, who complained Friday night in an interview with the Associated Press that the NFL and the Ravens haven't cooperated with his requests for documents and witnesses.

Ray Rice files formal grievance against Ravens for wrongful termination, sources say

Ray Rice now has officially filed a formal grievance against the Ravens for wrongful termination of his $35 million contract, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell ordered to testify in Ray Rice appeal hearing, sources say

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has been ordered to testify in indefinitely suspended former Ravens star running back Ray Rice's appeal hearing, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

Ray Rice still popular with some

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NFL, NFLPA agree to neutral arbitrator in Ray Rice's appeal

The NFL and the NFL Players Association have agreed to a neutral arbitrator in the appeal for indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice.

Ray Rice appeal hearing set for Nov. 5-6, source says

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension from the NFL is set to begin Nov. 5 and conclude the following day, according to a source close to the situation.

NFL lawyers rebuff players' union request that Goodell testify in Rice appeal hearing, sources say

NFL lawyers have rebuffed a request from the NFL Players Association that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to testify in the pending appeal of indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice, according to sources.

Former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones will hear Ray Rice's appeal

Former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones was appointed by the NFL and NFLPA to hear Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension levied by league commissioner Roger Goodell.

NFL security chief was sent Ray Rice video in April, report says

In the latest twist to the Ray Rice situation, a law enforcement official claims he sent a video of the indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back punching his then-fiancee in April to NFL chief security officer Jeffrey Miller.

NFLPA hires former federal prosecutor to investigate NFL, Ravens' handling of Ray Rice situation

The NFL Players Association will conduct its own investigation of the Ray Rice situation that will run parallel to their appeal on behalf of the indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back.

Ravens officials told to save documents as part of NFL's Ray Rice investigation

Ravens officials were asked Wednesday "to save any documents, texts, e-mails relating to Ray Rice" in preparation for the NFL's investigation being conducted by former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III, a team spokesman said.

Ray Rice's appeal to include argument TMZ edited video

Now that the NFL Players Association has filed an appeal on behalf of indefinitely suspended former Ravens star running back Ray Rice, sources say they will base part of their argument by pointing out that TMZ edited the video that surfaced the day Rice's $35 million contract was terminated.

'Ray Rice: Celebrity Bad Behavior' to air on Reelz

The network teams with TMZ Hollywood Sports for the special airing Tuesday

Looking for silver lining in the ugliness of the Rice case

Even as we continued to dissect the National Football League's mishandling of the Ray Rice case and millionaires associated with the matter apologized (again) for being obtuse to domestic violence, the conversation seemed to turn toward a silver lining. To wit: Maybe good will come of this ugliness.

Ravens take back nearly 8,000 Ray Rice jerseys, acknowledge team is in 'new territory'

The Ravens took back nealy 8,000 Ray Rice jerseys at this weekend jersey exchange, and again cited inaccuracies in the ESPN report.

John Harbaugh defends Ray Rice handling, says Ravens got it right

Ravens coach John Harbaugh was asked after the team's 23-21 win over the Cleveland Browns whether the ESPN Outside the Lines report that he wanted to release former running back Ray Rice shortly after his Feburary domestic violence arrest was true.

Players had no questions about Ravens' handling of Ray Rice situation, sources say

During Ravens coach John Harbaugh's team meeting Saturday, he broached the topic of whether players had any questions about the organization's handling of the controversial Ray Rice situation.

ESPN stumbles in rollout of Rice probe, but report could be bad news for Ravens

You can only shake your head in wonderment at cable TV when an ESPN show host gets it wrong as to what's in an investigative report that his own channel just published. And worse, the story it's on is one of the biggest in the history of professional sports.

Ravens pushed for leniency on Rice despite knowing about both videos, report says

Ravens executives were aware of the severity of Ray Rice's altercation with his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator but still conducted a months-long campaign for leniency, a new report said Friday.

NFL says Roger Goodell never intended to hear Ray Rice appeal

In the wake of the NFL Players Association filing an appeal on behalf of indefinitely suspended former Ravens star running back Ray Rice and requesting that Roger Goodell recuse himself from handling the case, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello pointed out in an email to The Baltimore Sun today that the NFL commissioner never intended to hear this appeal.

Ray Rice, wife make first public appearance since release of elevator video

Former Ravens running back greeted warmly on return to New Rochelle, N.Y.,

NFLPA files an appeal on behalf of Ray Rice challenging indefinite suspension

The NFL Players Association filed a grievance on behalf of former Ravens running back Ray Rice on Tuesday night, demanding that the increased discipline levied a week ago by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell be overturned.

Ray Lewis says 'what Ray Rice did was inexcusable'

For the second time since a graphic video surfaced of former Ravens star running back Ray Rice punching Janay Rice in a casino elevator, retired Ravens linebacker and ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis has commented on the domestic violence incident.

Lawyer David Cornwell discusses 'due process' issues for Ray Rice following indefinite suspension

Now, this high-profile situation is about to enter the legal arena with the NFL Players Association poised to file a grievance today on behalf of Rice requesting that the punishment from the league be overturned.

NFL Players Association, Ray Rice to appeal indefinite suspension, sources say

Now that former Ravens star running back Ray Rice's $35 million contract has been terminated and he's indefinitely suspended by the NFL, the three-time Pro Bowl runner and the NFL Players Association are contemplating his legal options.

Janay Rice, the student, mother, friend

Janay Rice is the girl from a poor neighborhood who became class president of her posh prep school. A quiet and driven Towson University student. An adoring mother who takes her daughter to the zoo and the bowling alley. One of the unofficial leaders of the sisterhood of wives and girlfriends of Ravens teammates.

A troubling week for Baltimore sports fans

Since the Ravens won the Super Bowl in February 2013, the franchise has endured numerous missteps on and off the field. On the field, they missed the playoffs for the first time under coach John Harbaugh in 2013 and lost their first game this season. Off the field they have seen one of their star players run out of the league for punching his fiancee and numerous others arrested.

NFL investigation into Ray Rice video raises more questions

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to hire former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III to conduct what they're calling an independent investigation of the league's handling of the Ray Rice situation is a decisive move aimed at restoring public confidence in the sport.

NFL received Rice video in April, report says

Questions surrounding when the NFL and the Ravens saw video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator intensified on Wednesday following a report that a law enforcement official sent the graphic footage to a league executive in April.

NFL appoints former FBI director to conduct investigation of Ray Rice case

The NFL has appointed former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III to conduct an independent investigation into how the league has pursued and handled the evidence in the Ray Rice domestic violence case.

Ravens executives address Ray Rice investigation in exclusive interview

In their first public comments since releasing running back Ray Rice, the Ravens¿ top decision makers acknowledged in an exclusive interview today with The Baltimore Sun, that they failed in their handling of the situation and vowed to be more diligent in investigating legal matters involving their players going forward.

Ravens, NFL say they tried to obtain video of Rice assault

The Baltimore Ravens said Tuesday that the team gave up its investigation into the Ray Rice assault incident after just a few weeks, while the National Football League explained its own fruitless efforts to obtain the surveillance video of the player punching his then-fiancee.

Ravens release Ray Rice after new video surfaces

The Ravens are standing by Ray Rice no longer. The team announced Monday afternoon that it has terminated the contract of the 27-year-old running back on the same day a new video surfaced showing him striking his then-fiancee.

If not for TMZ, Ray Rice would be a Raven today

News media loath to accept disruptive competitor as a peer

Ray Rice not allowed to play in Canadian Football League

The Canadian Football League quickly threw up a stop sign against any potential overtures to former Ravens star running back Ray Rice.

Running back Ray Rice's future in the NFL is uncertain

A future in the NFL is very much in doubt for running back Ray Rice after the Ravens terminated his $35 million contract Monday hours after a video surfaced of him punching his then-fiancee in February at an Atlantic City, N.J., casino.

Financial ramifications of Ravens terminating Ray Rice's contract

The Ravens' decision to cut former star running back Ray Rice after a video surfaced of him punching Janay Palmer in an elavator at an Atlantic City casino carries major financial ramifications.

Ravens players react to latest Ray Rice video, running back's release

Some Ravens players and coach John Harbaugh spoke to the media after practice Monday at the Under Armour Performance Center. Here is a sampling of what they had to say about Ray Rice.

Ray Lewis weighs in on Ray Rice situation, calls it 'night and day' to his past legal problems

Retired Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis weighed in on running back Ray Rice's domestic violence case and the team terminating his contract today.

What they're saying about Ray Rice's release from Ravens

The Ravens released running back Ray Rice Monday afternoon, hours after video surfaced of him assaulting his then-fiance Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City elevator in February. Here's a sampling of what some national media outlets they're saying about the Ravens' release of Rice.

Ravens, NFL get it wrong — again

Susan Reimer on the firing of Ray Rice

Janay Rice breaks her silence, describes situation as 'horrible nightmare'

In an emotional message, the wife of former Ravens running back Ray Rice broke her silence Tuesday morning one day after Rice's contract was terminated and he was indefinitely suspended.

Ray Rice TMZ video shows the enduring power of the image

For all the revolutionary technological change rocking media these days, the TMZ video of Ray Rice punching Janay Palmer in a casino elevator is a stark reminder of the enduring and awesome power of the image.

TMZ says Ray Rice video 'one of biggest stories' it has ever done

Lack of NFL effort to see Ray Rice video "smells of a coverup," TMZ executive says.

Police report told Ravens, NFL all they needed to know about Rice incident

First and foremost, what really changed on Monday, when the other shoe finally dropped and the video from the elevator at the Revel casino in Atlantic City, N.J., showed up on the celebrity scandal website TMZ Sports?

God bless TMZ again for exposing NFL, Ravens, sports media hypocrisy on Ray Rice story

David Zurawik: Can't wait to see how CBS, ESPN's Ray Lewis and other media analysts and outlets treat Ray Rice now.

New Ray Rice video diminishes the integrity of the Ravens and NFL

The Ravens and the NFL now have an integrity issue. The latest video showing Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City casino elevator was released this morning and it raises a lot of questions.

Finally, outrage over Rice assault [Commentary]

Two questions come to mind regarding Ray Rice. First, who else is to blame for the handling of his case besides Roger Goodell? Second, why do we all need a videotape to get outraged?

It's hard to imagine Ray Rice not receiving further punishment after new video surfaces

The release of a video that appears to show Ravens star Ray Rice delivering a vicious punch to his then-fiance Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City elevator doesn¿t tell us anything we didn't think we already knew, but it makes the NFL look even worse for the way it handled the aftermath of the incident.

Ravens' Harbaugh featured in M&T Bank ads instead of former spokesman Ray Rice

For four years, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice "raised the green flag" for M&T Bank as a star of one of the bank's most recognizable and successful branding efforts ever.

ESPN suspends Max Kellerman for Ray Rice-related comments

ESPN has suspended broadcaster Max Kellerman for his comments related to Ravens running back Ray Rice and domestic violence, according to the New York Daily News.

Rice punishment puts NFL discipline in spotlight

The seemingly light punishment Raven running back Ray Rice received from the NFL for knocking his wife out highlights what critics say is a flawed league disciplinary system. Players found to have used marijuana, for example, often get more than Rice's two-week suspension.

5 from Maryland congressional delegation call for harsher punishment for Rice

Five members of Maryland¿s congressional delegation said for the first time Friday they believe the punishment handed down to Ravens running back Ray Rice by the NFL is insufficient, adding to a growing chorus of elected officials who are raising questions about Goodell's decision.

Roger Goodell defends two-game suspension of Ravens' Ray Rice

Widely criticized for the two-game suspension of Ravens running back Ray Rice, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell defended the decision Friday, saying it was consistent with previous cases.

Ray Rice apologizes to wife and all domestic violence victims in first comments since suspension

Surrounded by his wife, about 30 of his teammates and about 15 television cameras, Ravens running back Ray Rice repeatedly apologized for his actions that led to his February arrest and vowed to speak out against domestic violence when the time is right.

Ray Rice does not appeal two-game suspension

Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy, meaning that the running back will be sidelined for the Ravens' Sept. 7 regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals and their Sept. 11 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Ray Rice faces fan fallout

Since a video surfaced of Rice dragging the unconscious body of his now-wife from a casino elevator, the incident has sharply divided Ravens fans.

Ray Rice suspended for two games by NFL

As the Ravens are out on the field for their first training camp practice, the NFL made a decision on the status of Ray Rice, suspending the running back for two games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

Two-game suspension is best case scenario for Ray Rice, Ravens

The Ravens apparently will be without top running back Ray Rice for their season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals and their Thursday night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2, but the reported two-game suspension Rice received from the NFL for his domestic assault incident is really a best-case scenario for him and the team.

Awaiting ruling on Ray Rice situation, Harbaugh says he expects NFL to be 'fair, judicious'

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.

Ray Rice and his wife meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, according to sources

Ray Rice and his wife met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell today at the league¿s New York headquarters, one of the final steps for the embattled running back in dealing with his February offseason arrest before the start of the 2014 football season.

Ravens indicate no known timetable for potential Ray Rice discipline

The Ravens are still awaiting word on the status of running back Ray Rice following his meeting this week with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Attorney suggests Ravens' Ray Rice retaliated after being struck first in domestic-violence incident

The lawyer for Ravens running back Ray Rice suggested that the NFL player retaliated after being struck first by his future wife during a domestic violence incident in February.

Ray Rice case in N.J. highlights debate over courtroom cameras

As he walked into the Atlantic County, N.J. courthouse for his arraignment on assault charges, Ravens running back Ray Rice was followed by television cameras. Inside was no safe haven from their lenses, either, with cameras rolling and photographers snapping pictures as the All-Pro pleaded not guilty.

Ray Rice news conference was a media disaster

Ray Rice's Friday press conference was one of those media events I wanted to give myself some time to think about.

Newsome says Ray Rice legal situation won't affect draft strategy

Although the legal status of running back Ray Rice remains unresolved, general manager Ozzie Newsome said that off-field situation won't impact the Ravens' draft stategy.

What's next for Ravens running back Ray Rice?

The Ravens' star running back is hoping for a smooth transition to the football field.

What they're saying about Ray Rice's news conference

In his first public comments since his February arrest following a physical altercation with his now wife, Ravens running back Ray Rice apologized to fans Friday. But most sports columnists felt that Rice should also be sorry for his awkward apology.

Ray Rice avoids trial on assault charge, accepted into program

Ravens running back Ray Rice has been accepted into a diversionary program that could allow him to clear his record of charges that he knocked his then-fiancee unconscious in a New Jersey casino.

Ray Rice pleads not guilty to Atlantic City assault charges

Ravens running back Ray Rice pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he assaulted his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City hotel in February.

Ray Rice's arraignment in aggravated assault case set for Thursday

An arraignment conference in Ravens running back Ray Rice's felony aggravated assault case is set for Thursday morning at Atlantic County Superior Court, according to a court spokesperson.

Ray Rice's arraignment conference set for April 28 in Atlantic City

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.

Ray Rice marries Janay Palmer amid assault case

A day after he was indicted on charges of third-degree aggravated assault for allegedly knocking his fiancée unconscious, Ray Rice and Janay Palmer got married, according to media reports and sources close to the Ravens running back.

How do changes in Ray Rice's legal situation affect the Ravens?

The upgraded charge against Ray Rice shouldn't change things too much as the Ravens knew they were going to need to add a running back. However, they better hurry.

Ray Rice indicted on aggravated assault charge in New Jersey

Ravens running back Ray Rice has been indicted in Atlantic County, N.J. on a charge of aggravated assault, prosecutors announced Thursday.

Ray Rice attorney says he has paid outstanding ticket

An attorney for Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice says he has paid an outstanding citation he was issued in Cecil County Super Bowl Sunday.

John Harbaugh calls three player arrests this offseason 'unacceptable and disappointing'

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is disappointed by the recent arrests involving three of his players but vowed to stick by them.

Bisciotti says that team will stick with Rice as he battles legal issues

As Ray Rice faces legal issues following his February arrest, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti has vowed to stick by the troubled running back.

Harbaugh says Ray Rice, fiancee to attend couples seminar following incident

Ravens running back Ray Rice and his fiancee plan to attend a couples seminar as they continue to work on their relationship following a physical altercation between them in February at an Atlantic City casino, according to coach John Harbaugh.

Ray Rice faces questions as fallout from alleged assault continues

In just a week, Ray Rice went from one of the Ravens' most admired citizens to a man facing serious questions about his image, legal status and legacy.

Ravens' Rice knocked fiancee unconscious, police say

A video clip has surfaced depicting the aftermath of an alleged fight that led to the arrest of Ray Rice and his fiancee over the weekend in Atlantic City.

As he helps out a local school, Torrey Smith pledges support for Ray Rice, teammates

As he dedicated a reading oasis at an area school, Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith defended troubled teammate Ray Rice and vowed to support him through his issues.

John Harbaugh says he expects Ray Rice to remain with Ravens following arrest

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Friday that he expects Ray Rice to remain with the Ravens.

Ozzie Newsome on Ray Rice video: 'It doesn't look good,' will reserve judgment

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome acknowleged that the video of Ray Rice dragging his unconscious fiancee from an elevator at an Atlantic City casino is a troubling image for the running back.

Ray Rice and how TMZ counters the great American hype machine

Despite the 'sins,' it counters the NFL, political and show-biz spin

Ray Rice image nuked in media mushroom cloud after TMZ video

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was trending on Twitter Wednesday for all the wrong reasons. In an eight hour period, Rice's image took an epic pounding -- one from which it might never recover.

Ravens running back Ray Rice arrested after incident in Atlantic City

Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested over the weekend after an alleged physical altercation with his fiancee at a casino in Atlantic City, according to his attorneys.

Jim Caldwell on Ray Rice: 'Ray is a great person'

The news that Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence for an incident involving his fiancee at an Atlantic City casino has triggered shock, anger and disappointment from many fans.

NFL to review Ray Rice case under personal conduct policy, source says

Ravens running back Ray Rice's simple assault-domestic violence arrest in Atlantic City will be reviewed by the NFL under its personal-conduct policy, according to a league source.

Ray Rice has spoken to John Harbaugh about arrest, source says

Ravens running back Ray Rice has spoken with coach John Harbaugh since he and his fiancee were arrested in Atlantic City and charged with simple assault in a domestic violence incident, according to a source.

Ray Rice's image could be tarnished by assault charge

Ray Rice is among the Ravens' most visible players. But an alleged domestic dispute this weekend between Rice and his fiancee at an Atlantic City casino could jeopardize much of that and tarnish the image that he has built during his six years in Baltimore.

The fall has come quickly for Rice

Alleged incident involving Rice in Atlantic City casino is latest concern for Ravens

Delay in communication between Ray Rice and Ravens is surprising

The fact that the Ravens' decision makers hadn't spoken to Ray Rice nearly 60 hours after his arrest spurred even more questions about the status of the running back.

Ozzie Newsome says Ray Rice remains in Ravens' plans

Running back Ray Rice remains in the Ravens' plans for next season in the wake of him and his fiancee being arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence over the weekend following a fight at an Atlantic City casino, according to general manager Ozzie Newsome.

Jamal Lewis, Matt Stover say Ravens excel in crisis management

When Jamal Lewis was dealing with federal drug case that ultimately cost him four months in prison nine years ago, the former star running back had the backing of the Ravens' organization.

Ray Rice's issues add to Ravens' uncertainty at running back

The Ravens were already planning to add a running back or two in free agency or through the draft, so Ray Rice's legal issues shouldn't change things too much.

Ravens who have had run-ins with the law

A look at Ravens both past and present who have had run-ins with the law over the years. The list includes players and coaches who faced charges while with the team.

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