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  • John Harbaugh declines to predict if another NFL team will sign Ray Rice

    John Harbaugh declines to predict if another NFL team will sign Ray Rice
    Now that former Ravens running back Ray Rice is reinstated and eligible to sign with a team as a free agent, his search for employment with another NFL team is ongoing. Sources told The Baltimore Sun that nothing has materialized quickly as far as teams...
  • Rice stood up to cyber bullying

    Rice stood up to cyber bullying
    In reading Mike Preston's rundown of the Ray Rice decision ("Finally, no more Ray Rice in Baltimore," Nov. 28), I find it sad that someone from the "hometown" newspaper in Maryland does not give any credit or mention of the landmark and potentially life-...
  • Rice gana la apelación y es elegible para jugar con cualquier equipo

    Rice gana la apelación y es elegible para jugar con cualquier equipo
    HOUSTON - El ex corredor de los Ravens de Baltimore, Ray Rice, ganó su apelación contra una suspensión definitiva por parte de la Liga Nacional de Fútbol Americano (NFL) y podrá volver a jugar en lo que resta de la temporada. Además, Rice tendrá ahora...
  • Ray Rice is not forgiven

    Ray Rice is not forgiven
    "Everybody deserves a second chance" seems to be the line regarding Ray Rice's reinstatement to the National Football League following his successful appeal ("What the Ravens knew," Dec. 1). He is now eligible to play again upon signing a new contract,...
  • A contrite Ray Rice says he hopes for 'second chance' in NFL

    A contrite Ray Rice says he hopes for 'second chance' in NFL
    Former Ravens star Ray Rice sounded contrite in his first comments since being reinstated from an indefinite suspension for violating the NFL’s personal-conduct policy. During a taped interview with his wife and her parents at his Reisterstown...
  • Sports leagues tackling domestic violence, officials tell Senate panel

    Sports leagues tackling domestic violence, officials tell Senate panel
    A tearful NFL official pledged to lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Tuesday that the league was taking seriously the recent domestic violence cases that have tarnished its image and led to questions about whether it has created a culture that tolerates such...
  • NFL admits it 'failed' in handling of Ray Rice case

    NFL admits it 'failed' in handling of Ray Rice case
    WASHINGTON - The National Football League (NFL) "failed" in its efforts to police domestic abuse by its players but has "learned from those mistakes," a top NFL executive testified to Congress on Tuesday. Troy Vincent, the NFL's executive vice president...
  • Ravens deny coaching Janay Rice on what to say in interviews

    Janay Rice, the wife of running back Ray Rice, said the Baltimore Ravens suggested that she apologize for her role in the incident in the wake of the arrest of her husband for an incident of domestic violence. The Ravens denied that Wednesday, saying...
  • For Baltimore sports fans, it just keeps getting worse

    For Baltimore sports fans, it just keeps getting worse
    It's probably fair to say that Baltimore sports fandom was already glassy-eyed and leaning against the ropes when the news broke Thursday morning that Pro Bowl defensive lineman Haloti Ngata tested positive for Adderall and has been suspended for the...
  • This has been a year to forget for the Ravens

    This has been a year to forget for the Ravens
    Can't someone just hit the fast forward button on the 2014 Ravens season? Next year has to be better. It can't get worse. The suspension of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata for four games Thursday for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy...
  • Ravens are $6.249 million under salary cap after Haloti Ngata's suspension

    Ravens are $6.249 million under salary cap after Haloti Ngata's suspension
    In the wake of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata's four-game suspension, the Ravens are now $6.249 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $133 million. Ngata forfeited four game checks, totaling $2 million of his $8.5 million base salary, for...