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  • No concrete interest from NFL teams so far for Ray Rice, sources say

    No concrete interest from NFL teams so far for Ray Rice, sources say
    Now that Ray Rice has been reinstated by the NFL, sources with knowledge of the situation said that nothing concrete has developed quickly in terms of teams pursuing the former Ravens running back. That was anticipated for Rice now that he's eligible to...
  • Fans focused on current players, not Ray Rice, at Ravens-Chargers game

    Fans focused on current players, not Ray Rice, at Ravens-Chargers game
    Entering Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers, Ravens fans said their focus was mostly on their current team, not on a running back who used to play for them. But with the Chargers' 27th-ranked rushing offense and Ray Rice's successful appeal to...
  • Ray Rice deserves another shot in NFL, analysts say

    Ray Rice deserves another shot in NFL, analysts say
    The future of Ray Rice was an obvious subject for the NFL pregame shows Sunday, and the consensus was the former Baltimore Ravens running back won’t play again in 2014 but will land with a team for 2015. Tony Dungy on NBC’s “Football...
  • Mo'ne Davis SI's 2014 SportsKid of the Year

    Mo'ne Davis SI's 2014 SportsKid of the Year
    Little League World Series star Mo'ne Davis, a pitcher for Philadelphia's Taney Dragons, continues to earn honors as she was chosen Sports Illustrated's 2014 SportsKid of the Year. … Ray Rice's wife, Janay Rice, said on the NBC's "Today" show...
  • NFL open to revising Goodell's disciplinary role

    The Sports Xchange NFL open to revising Goodell's disciplinary role The NFL has told the the players association in a letter that it will consider allowing someone other than commissioner Roger Goodell to impose discipline on players, the Washington...
  • What the Ravens knew

    What the Ravens knew
    A retired federal judge's arbitration ruling in favor of former Ravens running back Ray Rice has reignited the firestorm surrounding the National Football League's seemingly arbitrary and inconsistent policies for disciplining its players for bad...
  • Report: Colts, Saints among teams interested in Rice

    The Sports Xchange Report: Colts, Saints among teams interested in Rice The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints are among at least four teams interested in running back Ray Rice, according to ESPN. Rice was reinstated last week after being...
  • NFL roundup: 49ers' finish may determine Harbaugh's fate

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: 49ers' finish may determine Harbaugh's fate San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh could get a contract extension if the team wins its final four regular season games and makes a run in the playoffs, ESPN reported Sunday....
  • On The Fly: Ray Rice's Suspension Overturned

    On The Fly: Ray Rice's Suspension Overturned
    Just when you thought NFL commissioner Roger Goodell couldn't look any worse after the whole Ray Rice affair, a neutral arbitrator has ruled against Goodell's indefinite suspension of Rice, saying that Goodell had no new evidence to suspend him...
  • Ray Rice's suspension lifted by judge

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 4: Adds NFL and Janay Rice comments Ray Rice's suspension lifted by judge Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is eligible to sign with any team after his indefinite suspension was lifted Friday, according...
  • Ex-teammates hope Rice receives another chance to play

    Ex-teammates hope Rice receives another chance to play
    Several Ravens players have remained in touch with former teammate Ray Rice since his release from the team and have expressed hope that the running back will get a chance to resume his NFL career. When former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones' ruled...