In their first public comments since releasing running back Ray Rice, the Ravens¿ top decision makers acknowledged that they failed in their handling of the situation and vowed to be more diligent in investigating legal matters involving their players going forward.
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.
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.
Mike Preston asks where was owner Steve Bisciotti? And since he didn't post at a night time news conference, where were the other leaders in the organization -- president Dick Cass and general manager Ozzie Newsome?
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.
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.
Over the past six months, Harbaugh has stoically moved on from the least successful year of his head-coaching career. He overhauled his coaching staff, executed a review of the organization's ways and while privately fuming, he served as a public supporter to several of his troubled players.
One month after coach John Harbaugh emphasized a high standard for players' conduct, starting cornerback Jimmy Smith became the latest Ravens player to get arrested during an unusually rocky off-season.
Ed Reed, who played 11 seasons with the Ravens, has long said that Baltimore will always feel like home, even after his expected Hall of Fame playing career is over. When that will be, however, remains very much a mystery.
Admitting that he¿s failed but he¿s working his way back up, an emotional Ray Rice apologized to his family, his fans and the Ravens¿ organization for ¿30 seconds¿ of his life that he would like to have back.
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.
By By Jeff Zrebiec and Justin Fenton and The Baltimore Sun