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Coverage: Ray Rice arrest

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 selling his Reisterstown home

    Former Ravens running back Ray Rice's Reisterstown home is under contract, according to real estate records. The five-bedroom residence was listed for $899,000, and a contract was reached shortly after it was listed. The closing is scheduled for April. The Colonial style three-level custom home...

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

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

    When the Ravens and former star running back Ray Rice reached a settlement on his wrongful termination grievance in January, the financial details were undisclosed. The sides wound up settling for $1.588 million, according to sources. Rice was seeking back pay from his $3.529 million base salary...

  • Full Q&A with Ray Rice

    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. Rice hasn’t visited or worked out for any teams and is hoping for another opportunity in the NFL after the Ravens terminated his $35 million contract last September. Rice was...

  • Ray Rice seeks end to exile from NFL

    Ray Rice seeks end to exile from NFL

    Ray Rice became emotional inside a Hunt Valley hotel room while reflecting on the most turbulent year of his life. One year removed from punching and knocking out his now-wife, Janay, on Valentine's Day inside an Atlantic City, N.J., casino elevator, the former Ravens running back told The Baltimore...

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

    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 an outing with his then-fiancee, he could never have fathomed the seismic impact he was to set off with his actions. With a punch to Janay Palmer's face in an Atlantic City casino elevator, the former Ravens running back put himself in...

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

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

    Ray Rice has reached a crossroads in his attempt to resurrect his NFL career, one year after his domestic-violence incident in an Atlantic City casino. The former Ravens running back issued a statement to The Baltimore Sun on Friday in which he apologized for the incident and thanked fans and the...

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

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

    The NFL didn’t press hard enough for details of the Ray Rice domestic violence incident, and the Ravens should have been more forthcoming to the league with information, former FBI director Robert Mueller III said Thursday in releasing his report on the league’s handling of the situation involving...

  • 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: Feb. 15, 2014 — Ray Rice and then-fiancee Janay Palmer arrested and charged with simple assault after fight at Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City Feb. 19 — TMZ posts...

  • Who's who in the Ray Rice saga

    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 the NFL after an arbitrator overturned his indefinite suspension Friday, but the former Ravens star still faces a difficult path to regaining public acceptance and persuading a team to sign him. Former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones ruled that league commissioner...

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