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Ray Rice on his darkest moments: 'I see why people commit suicide'

Ray Rice on his darkest moments: 'I see why people commit suicide'

Former Rutgers running back talks about the darkest days
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 28, 2015

Ray Rice has no ill will toward Steve Bisciotti, Ozzie Newsome and Ravens

Ray Rice spoke to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson about how his life changed considerably over the past year. Speaking to a media outlet for the first time since his Today show appearance, former Ravens running back Ray Rice touched on how his life has changed since he was arrested for punching his now-wife Janay Rice in a casino elevator. In an extensive interview with The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, Rice talked about the shame he felt after the incident and that he's hopeful for a second chance to play again in the NFL. As it pertains to the Ravens, Rice said he feels no ill will...
Baltimore Sun Feb 28, 2015

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.
Baltimore Sun Feb 28, 2015

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.
Baltimore Sun Feb 24, 2015

Ozzie Newsome says he'd be happy to see Ray Rice get another shot in NFL

The last time Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome spoke with running back Ray Rice it was in November during the former Pro Bowl running back's reinstatement hearing.
Times-Picayune Feb 16, 2015

Former Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice has received no interest since reinstatement

NFL teams seem unwilling to take a chance on disgraced running back Ray Rice after he was caught on video knocking out his then fiancee.
Rotoworld Feb 16, 2015

No team has called Rice since reinstatement - Ray Rice (RB) Unsigned Free Agent

No team has called free agent Ray Rice since his November reinstatement.
Baltimore Sun Feb 15, 2015

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.
Charlotte Observer Feb 14, 2015
Person: NFL determined to handle Greg Hardy incident with much care

Person: NFL determined to handle Greg Hardy incident with much care

After botching the Ray Rice investigation, the NFL is trying to ensure its investigation of Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy is more thorough. As a result, any team pondering…
Cincy Jungle Feb 14, 2015

League of second chances has multiple concerns regarding Ray Rice

We take a look at former Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice, who issued a statement on Friday as NFL teams prepare to offer him a second chance... Or will they? Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice released a statement through the Baltimore Sun on Friday, apologizing for his domestic violence incident last September and thanking fans and the organization for their support. "Dear Baltimore, This is not a farewell or goodbye," Rice wrote. "The last seven years that my family and I have spent in Baltimore have by far been the best of our lives. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you all...
Baltimore Sun Feb 13, 2015

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.
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 13, 2015

Ray Rice gets lucrative offer to endorse fantasy football site ... but there's a catch

Will the former Rutgers running back accept the offer?
Baltimore Sun Feb 13, 2015

Ray Rice gets job offer from fantasy football website

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice has a standing job offer. It's not from an NFL team, though.
KFFL Feb 13, 2015

NFL | Ray Rice apologizes to fans

Free-agent RB Ray Rice issued ...
Baltimore Beatdown Feb 13, 2015

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice apologizes to Baltimore in statement

In a statement sent to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, former Ravens running back apologized for his domestic abuse incident a year ago. Former Ravens running back Ray Rice issued a lengthy apology in a statement sent to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, published early Friday morning. Rice was cut from the franchise last September when a video showing the former Pro Bowl runner knocking his now-wife Janay Rice out in an elevator at a New Jersey casino. Wilson also reports that Rice is moving from Baltimore to New York and still hopes to resume his playing career. Here's the statement...

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