The Baltimore Ravens’ effort to reach the postseason now includes this undesirable exercise: scoreboard watching.
The Baltimore Ravens want to leave behind what happened Sunday in Houston and focus on bouncing back next week.
A video released Friday shows Ray Rice’s then-fiancee crying and kissing him while they are both handcuffed and being taken to jail by police officers after Rice punched her in a casino elevator.
It’s been almost 9 months since Ray Rice was arrested for punching his now-wife in an Atlantic City hotel, and a little over three months since his contract was terminated by the Baltimore Ravens when the full video of the assault surfaced online.
During a season filled with unexpected obstacles and aggravating injuries, the Baltimore Ravens appear to be finally catching a break in their effort to earn a playoff berth.
President Barack Obama says the Ray Rice domestic violence case showed that the National Football League was “behind the curve” in setting policies about athlete behavior. He says new policies now in effect will send a message that there is no place for such behavior.
Having already placed his name in the Baltimore Ravens record book, Elvis Dumervil has turned his attention toward getting the team into the postseason.
During a season filled with suspensions, injuries and painful defeats, the Baltimore Ravens have worked their way into the middle of the AFC playoff picture.
If the Baltimore Ravens are to play in January, they must excel in December.
An arbitrator Friday threw out Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension by the NFL for hitting his then-fiancee and now wife in a hotel elevator, freeing him to play again.