Football is back and we couldn’t be happier!
Music blared from the purple bus, and Baltimore Ravens fan Racquel Bailey stood with drink in hand amid her usual tailgate buddies while making a bold fashion statement: a black, rhinestone-decorated jersey with the white No. 27.
Many wondered if the Baltimore Ravens were resilient enough to overcome the distraction of losing Ray Rice and the emotional stress caused by his release from the team.
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti has written a letter to season-ticket holders, suite owners and sponsors explaining the organization’s reaction to a video of running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee inside a New Jersey elevator.
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.
President Barack Obama is speaking out against domestic violence in the wake of Ray Rice’s termination by the Baltimore Ravens.
Here is how players, sports pros and regular folks reacted to Ray Rice’s suspension on Twitter.
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.