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27 Ray Rice RB
Height/Weight: 5-8/206 | Birthdate: 1/22/1987 | Birthplace: New Rochelle, NY, USA | Team: Baltimore | College: Rutgers | NFL Experience: 7 | Salary: /images/football/nfl/players/170x170/1243206.png | Owned/Started%: 27/1 | Average Draft Position: 57.83

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Haloti Ngata: Ray Rice would be a 'great addition' to the Lions


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/14/2015) 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 | Senior Analyst
(3/3/2015) 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
(2/24/2015) 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
(1/16/2015) 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 | Senior Analyst
(1/15/2015) 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.


Release of Ray Rice report coming 'sooner rather than later'


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(12/14/2014) Former FBI director Robert Mueller III is "being thorough" and "getting closer" to completing his investigation into the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence incident, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Mueller "has interviewed every female employee at the NFL office," the report said.

One league source predicted the report will be released "sooner rather than later," per Schefter. Giants owner John Mara and Steelers owner Art Rooney updated their colleagues during the owners' meeting in Dallas.

The NFL initially suspended Rice two games, then suspended him indefinitely following the release of a video showing Rice knocking out his then-fiancee in a casino elevator. A judge overturned the indefinite suspension and Rice is free to sign with any team.

Rice spent his first six years with the Ravens, producing four 1,000-yard rushing seasons.


Unsigned Ray Rice seeks 'second chance' from NFL team


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(12/2/2014) Former Ravens running back Ray Rice told NBC's Matt Lauer he hopes another NFL team is willing to "look deeper into who I am and realize that me and my wife had one bad night, and I took full responsibility for it."

Rice gave the interview after a judge overturned his indefinite suspension from the league. He's free to sign with any team. Rice was caught on video knocking his then-fiancee unconscious in an Atlantic City hotel elevator in February.

"One thing about my punishment and everything going along with anything that happened is that I've accepted it," Rice said on the "Today' show. "I went fully forward with it. I never complained, or I never did anything like that. I took full responsibility for everything that I did, and the only thing I can hope for and wish for is a second chance."

Rice acknowledged he made a "horrendous mistake" by not apologizing to his wife, Janay, in the press conference following the incident.

"I was nervous, and that was the first time we were available to speak," he said. "And I made a horrendous mistake not apologizing to my wife.

"We were given what to speak about. It wasn't truly coming from us, if you can understand, but I made that clear in my last time I was able to speak that my wife is an angel. She can do no wrong. I take full responsibility for my actions."

Rice turns 28 in January. He 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.


Browns not considering adding running back Ray Rice


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2014) Browns coach Mike Pettine told reporters Monday the team has not discussed adding free agent running back Ray Rice .

Rice is free to sign with any team, but multiple teams have not expressed interest in signing the embattled running back.


Lions coach Jim Caldwell not interested in signing Ray Rice


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2014) Lions coach Jim Caldwell told reporters during his Monday news conference that his team has not considered signing Ray Rice, per ESPN.

Caldwell was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Ravens in 2012–2013. He told reporters he believes Rice deserves and will receive a second chance, but isn't sure when that will be.

The Lions join multiple teams that reportedly aren't interested in signing the 27-year-old back.

Saints coach Sean Payton also indicated following a Week 13 win over the Steelers that his team has no interest in signing Rice. According to a Sunday report from CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, the Colts aren't planning on signing Rice, especially after an 88-yard performance from interim running back Dan Herron.


Ray Rice keeping in shape in hopes of 2014 return


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/30/2014) Running back Ray Rice, who had his indefinite suspension overturned Friday by a judge, has been training daily in hopes of returning to the NFL this season, sources close to Rice told CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

While Colts sources have privately said they are not planning on bringing in Rice, the team's need at running back and Rice's strong relationship with coach Chuck Pagano has many around the NFL wondering if the Colts' stance might chance should their backfield concerns continue to be an issue.

The Broncos could be another possible match, some have suggested, since Denver has had its concerns at running back as well and general manager John Elway is in win mode with quarterback Peyton Manning's future uncertain.


Report: Colts not interested in running back Ray Rice


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(11/29/2014) With running back Ray Rice free to sign with any team in the NFL, sources have indicated the Colts have no immediate plans to acquire the beleaguered running back, reports The Indianapolis Star.

Rice won the appeal of his indefinite suspension and can begin playing right away once he is signed. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported Friday the Colts might be considering the running back because Rice has a close relationship with Colts coach Chuck Pagano.


Former Ravens RB Ray Rice wins appeal of suspension


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/28/2014) Former Ravens embattled running back Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension, a league source has told CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. He is now eligible to sign with any team in the NFL.

It remains to be seen if an NFL team takes a chance on him. His addition to a roster could create a backlash.

Rice was suspended for violating the league's personal conduct policy after a domestic violence incident.


Ruling on Ray Rice's reinstatement expected early this week


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/23/2014) A ruling on running back Ray Rice's reinstatement is expected early this week, according to CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Rice is serving an indefinite suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

Rice's appeal of an indefinite suspension has been under review for 10 days. The judge's ruling is expected before Thanksgiving, with it possibly happening Monday.

Even if Rice is reinstated, he has been advised teams might shy away from him in the current climate. A return in 2015, however, could still be a possibility.


Report: Colts have no interest in signing Ray Rice


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(11/18/2014) Although the Colts placed running back Ahmad Bradshaw on the injured reserve list and could be in the market for a running back, they have no interest in signing Ray Rice as a replacement when he is reinstated to the NFL, ESPN reports.

CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora suggested in October that a team like the Colts, coached by former Ravens assistant Chuck Pagano, could take a chance on Rice, who is seeking immediate reinstatement to the league.


Report: Judge forces Roger Goodell to testify at Ray Rice hearing


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(10/22/2014) NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is being forced to testify at the hearing for former Ravens running back Ray Rice by a judge's ruling, ESPN.com reports.

Rice's hearing is set for the first week of November. He is appealing the decision to suspend him indefinitely for the domestic violence incident that initially earned him a two-game suspension during the league's inital investigation.


Report: Ray Rice files grievance against Ravens


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(10/21/2014) Running back Ray Rice has filed a grievance against the Ravens challenging the team's decision to terminate his contract in early September, Pro Football Talk reports.

Rice is arguing that the Collective Bargaining Agreement allows just one penalty per infraction. The league suspended the former Raven two games after reviewing the domestic-violence incident, but after a second video of the same incident was brought to light in the public forum, Rice was cut by the team and suspended indefinitely by the league.

Rice's grievance against the league is set for Nov. 5 and 6, while his grievance against the Ravens doesn't have a scheduled date for resolution. He'll look to seek the salary he would have earned if he had been reinstated in Week 3 in his grievance against the Ravens.


Report: Ray Rice's appeal to be held Nov. 5-6


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(10/21/2014) The appeal hearing for former Ravens running back Ray Rice will be held Nov. 5-6, reports NFL Network. Rice is appealing his indefinite suspension from the league for a domestic violence incident in February.

Former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones will hear and decide the appeal.


Roger Goodell appoints former U.S. District judge to hear Ray Rice appeal


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/2/2014) It was announced Thursday NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has appointed former United States District Judge Barbara S. Jones to hear and decide the appeal filed by the NFL Players Association on behalf of former Ravens running back Ray Rice, who has been suspended indefinitely for violating the league's personal conduct policy. 

"We are grateful to Judge Jones for taking on this role," Goodell said. "She will have our full cooperation as she hears and decides this appeal."


NFLPA files appeal on behalf of Ray Rice


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/16/2014) The NFL Players Association announced Tuesday that it has filed an appeal in the case of former Ravens running back Ray Rice, CBSSports.com NFL insider Jason La Canfora reports.

Rice was initially suspended two games for an offseason domestic-violence incident, but he was cut from the team and suspended indefinitely by the league after a new video of the incident surfaced last week. The argument in the appeal is that Rice is being punished twice for the same offense. The NFLPA has requested that an independent arbitrator hear the appeal rather than commissioner Roger Goodell.


Report: Ray Rice to appeal indefinite suspension Monday


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(9/14/2014) Former Ravens running back Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension by the NFL on Monday, reports Pro Football Talk. Rice initially was suspended two games, but the Ravens cut him and the league gave him an indefinite suspension following the public airing of a video showing Rice punching his then-fiancee.

Roger Goodell doesn't rule out eventual return for Ray Rice


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/9/2014) NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, speaking on CBS Evening News, said Tuesday that it's possible former Ravens running back Ray Rice could be re-instated by the league at some point, NFL.com reports.

"I don't rule that out, but we would have to be fully confident he is addressing this issue," Goodell said.

Rice was cut by the Ravens and suspended indefinitely by the NFL Monday after a video of his domestic violence incident surfaced.


Ravens release of Ray Rice; suspended indefinitely by NFL


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/8/2014) The Ravens have terminated the contract of running back Ray Rice, the team announced Monday.

Rice started the season serving a two game suspension for a domestic violence incident in the offseason, but the league announced the suspension has been extended indefinitely after review of additional evidence Monday.

He finishes his Ravens career with 6,180 yards on 1,430 carries in 92 games, with 70 rushing touchdowns over six seasons. 


Ray Rice held out


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(8/24/2014) The Ravens held out running back Ray Rice from Saturday's game against the Redskins, and it would be a surprise if he played in Thursday's preseason finale at New Orleans, reports ESPN.com.

Rice likely won't see the field until Sept. 21, when he returns from a two-game suspension. He ran five times for 38 yards (7.6 ypc) in the first two preseason games.

Ravens establishing themselves as run-first team


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(8/20/2014) Under new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, the Ravens have a different mindset and plan to be a run-first team again, reports ESPN.com. The revamped offensive line has pushed defenders off the line, and running backs Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce "are lighter, and as a result, more explosive," the report said.

Baltimore leads the NFL with 194 rushing yards in the preseason, 69 more than any other team.


Ray Rice able to practice on a limited basis


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(8/18/2014) Ravens running back Ray Rice did individual drills in practice Monday, an indication the shoulder injury he suffered Saturday night is not serious.