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Haloti Ngata: Ray Rice would be a 'great addition' to the Lions
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(3/14/15) With Reggie Bush likely out of the picture, new Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said in an interview on WXYT-FM in Detroit that he'd be open to having former teammate Ray Rice join him in Detroit.
"I've never hung out with him off-field, but he’s a great guy," Ngata said. "He's a great guy on the field, in the locker room. He's a great community guy. He does a lot for the community, and so of course I think he would be a great addition to this team. I love playing with him, I trusted him. You feel bad for his situation. You just hope nothing but the best for him."
Rice was suspended indefinitely by the league due to an altercation with his then-fiancee. An arbitrator overturned that suspension, and he reportedly received $1.6 million in wrongful termination case after he was released by the Ravens. The 28-year-old spent his first six years with the Ravens, and produced four straight 1,000-yard rushing seasons before running for 660 yards and averaging a career-low 3.1 yards per carry in 2013.
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Report: Ray Rice received $1.6 million in wrongful termination case
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(3/3/15) The Ravens and former running back Ray Rice settled his wrongful termination grievance in January for $1.588 million, sources told the Baltimore Sun. The financial details were not disclosed until now.
In the grievance, Rice had sought $3.529 million in back pay. The Ravens cut him Sept. 8, hours after the release of a video showing Rice knocking out his then-fiancee in a casino elevator.
Rice hasn't visited any NFL teams, but he's working out regularly and hoping to latch on with a team this season, the paper said.
Ravens GM hopeful Ray Rice will get another shot next season
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(2/24/15) Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome wants to see Ray Rice in an NFL uniform next season. He thinks Rice can get the job done if given the opportunity, reports the Baltimore Sun.
"I don't know what 31 other teams are thinking, I think we'll find out probably before April whether Ray will get an opportunity to sign with another team," Newsome said. "He was in really good shape when he was with us this offseason and, from what I'm hearing, he's still working his butt off. If he gets an opportunity to play with another club, I would be happy for him."
Newsome made it clear the Ravens will not sign players with domestic violence in their past, but is hoping another team will give Rice a chance.
Ravens agree to settlement with former RB Ray Rice
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(1/16/15) The Ravens have reached a settlement with former running back Ray Rice regarding his grievance for wrongful termination, the team announced Friday.
"The Ravens agreed to resolve the grievance with Ray Rice," team president Dick Cass said in a statement. "It’s time to turn the page, and we’re moving forward. We wish Janay and Ray Rice the best."
Rice reportedly filed a grievance for $3.529 million after being released by the team. The Ravens did not disclose the amount of the agreed-upon settlement in Friday's announcement. Rice, who did not play in 2014, remains a free agent.
Report: Ravens, Ray Rice settle grievance over back pay
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(1/15/15) The Ravens and running back Ray Rice settled his grievance over whether the team owes him more than $3.5 million for cutting him Sept. 8, hours after the release of a video showing Rice knocking out his then-fiancee in a casino elevator, reports Pro Football Talk.
A hearing scheduled for Thursday and Friday has been called off. It's unlikely the amount of money involved in the settlement will be disclosed, the website said.
Rice was seeking $3.529 million, the sum he lost in base salary upon getting cut, per the Baltimore Sun.
The NFL, after initially suspending Rice two games, suspended him indefinitely following the video's release. An arbitrator overturned that suspension, and Rice, who turns 28 next week, is free to sign with any team.
|A bad hip, a beat-up offensive line, a tough schedule … we've heard every excuse for why Ray Rice fell below 1,000 total yards for the first time since his 140-touch rookie year. And now there's legit concern about whether he'll get back to the numbers we've come to expect from him. A well-documented domestic dispute cast a shadow on Rice this spring and will result in a two-game suspension. That could put him in a precarious position to rebound this fall if only because of new Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. He's known for pushing running back stats to sky highs – and just as notorious for pulling them from a game without warning. Rice won't be Kubiak's first back because of the suspension -- that will be Bernard Pierce. If Pierce takes off, Rice might not get his workload back. And if Rice gets the chance to lead the ground game and struggles, Kubiak could yank him, something the Ravens couldn't afford to do last year. Reports about offseason weight loss and a re-dedication to football is a plus for Rice, but the reality is that he's a gamble pick. He obviously has great talent but he also has over 1,600 career carries between his six years in the league (including the postseason) and doesn't have much momentum heading into this season. The best plan is to consider Rice a decent No. 2 Fantasy running back – one you'd settle for, not target -- worth a pick in Round 5 or later. Pairing him with Bernard Pierce in Round 8 or 9 would eliminate much of the gamble and makes for a good plan of attack.
(Updated 4/29/14) |