The decision to let former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice into a pretrial intervention program after he was accused of assaulting his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino should be reviewed, the state Senate’s president said Tuesday.
Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL for domestic violence will cost him income from endorsements in addition to his $4 million in salary.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league asked for, but was not given, a just-released video showing former Ravens running back Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancee on an elevator.
With some Baltimore-area businesses accepting Ray Rice jerseys in exchange for discounts and donations, one Charm City native is taking his displeasure with the team’s former running back a step further.
Ray Rice and Janay Palmer can be heard shouting obscenities at each other, and she appears to spit in the face of the three-time Pro Bowl running back right before he throws a knockout punch in a video shown to The Associated Press by a law enforcement official.
At least two Baltimore businesses offered deals and donations to an anti-domestic violence organization in exchange for surrendered Ray Rice jerseys Monday, and the Ravens will host a jersey trade-in at M&T Bank Stadium Sept. 19 and 20.
The Baltimore Ravens have released running back Ray Rice, announcing the termination of his contract Monday hours after another video surfaced of him allegedly punching his now-wife Janay Palmer.
Both the National Football League and the Baltimore Ravens organization say they had not seen the new surveillance footage that shows Ravens running back Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancee inside an Atlantic City casino before the video was made public Monday.
The Cincinnati Bengals had given away a 15-point lead, were still in search of their first touchdown and seemed poised to absorb another devastating defeat in their personal House of Pain.
The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens begin a new regular season the same way they ended the last one: facing each other in a meaningful AFC North duel.