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Domestic Violence Charges Dropped Against Former Ravens RB Ray RiceThe domestic violence charges against former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice have been dismissed.
Ray Rice Selling Baltimore-Area Home For Nearly $900KFormer Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice's Baltimore-area home is reportedly under contract.
Ray Rice Issues Apology, Thank You to BaltimoreOn the same day that TMZ reports Ray Rice has been offered a job by ProDraftLeague.com, the former Ravens running back has also written an apology to the city of Baltimore for the domestic violence incident that happened in an Atlantic City elevator nearly a year ago.
Ray Rice Settles Grievance Against RavensFormer Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has settled his grievance with the team, according to reports.
NFL Did Not See In-elevator Ray Rice Video Prior to Public Release, Mueller Report FindsNo one in NFL league offices saw or received video of Ray Rice striking his fiancee in an elevator prior to the video's public release, an independent investigation has found.
Here We Go Again: Patriots Face Ravens In AFC PlayoffsNew England and Baltimore are developing an impressive postseason rivalry.
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New Video Shows Rice and Fiancee in Aftermath of PunchA 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.
Ray Rice Attends Baltimore Toys for Tots DriveIt'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.
Obama: NFL 'Behind the Curve' on Rice CasePresident 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.
Report: New NFL Conduct Policy to Borrow from NYPD PlaybookNFL owners will be briefed Wednesday on potential changes to the league's personal conduct policy.
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