Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL for domestic violence will cost him income from endorsements in addition to his $4 million in salary.
The Baltimore Ravens have more to worry about than just moving forward without Ray Rice.
Ray Rice and Janay Palmer can be heard shouting obscenities at each other, and she appears to spit in the face of the three-time Pro Bowl running back right before he throws a knockout punch in a video shown to The Associated Press by a law enforcement official.
Released and suspended. The Ravens terminated Ray Rice’s contract and the NFL has suspended him indefinitely.
Here is how players, sports pros and regular folks reacted to Ray Rice’s suspension on Twitter.
A lot of fans were giving Ray Rice the benefit of the doubt until they saw what really happened behind closed doors. His fall from grace now hitting rock bottom.
NFL Hall Of Fame Quarterback And CBS Sports Color Commentator Phil Simms Joined The Scott Garceau Show
Scott asked Phil if he believes that the Ravens made the correct move in cutting Ray Rice. “What could they have done, hey can only go by the information that has been given to them. I don’t know what to say.”
Ravens fans had strong opinions once the news of the decision to cut Ray Rice came down from the Ravens on Monday.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn on Monday to go over the release of security footage that shows Ray Rice punching his now wife Janay Palmer in February. Immediately after the interview took place the Ravens have cut ties with Rice and the running back has been suspended from the league indefinitely.
Now that the video has been released and everyone knows what happened on that elevator, what does or can the National Football League do? There is no more speculation that leads to the public defense of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.
Joe Flacco had no problem pinpointing what went wrong with the Baltimore Ravens’ offense in its debut under coordinator Gary Kubiak. In a word, everything.
A warm welcome home celebration for nearly 200 soldiers of the Maryland Army National Guard.