More damage control tonight for former Ravens running back Ray Rice as he tries to re-enter the NFL.
The Reisterstown home of former Ravens running back Ray Rice has sold.
The security director for the Baltimore Ravens has pleaded not guilty to charges that he groped a stadium worker after a game.
This has been a tough 6 months, as we’ve seen 4 pretty beloved athletes, whose jerseys are sported by thousands of fans, get shown the door.
In his own words, for the first time, Ray Rice spoke out exclusively to our media partner, the Baltimore Sun. It comes as Rice seeks to re-enter the NFL and we learn how much it cost the Ravens to sever its ties with him.
Kevin Richardson of the Baltimore Sun joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Ray Rice interview which he filmed yesterday.
Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for the Baltimore Sun and he joined Ed and Steve to talk about his interview with Ray Rice
Ryan Wilson from CBS Sports.com joined Sports Rehab to talk NFL off season news.
Two members of Congress asked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday to clarify whether teams can lose draft picks if they do not properly address domestic violence.
Ryan Wilson of CBSSports.com joined Sports Rehab to talk NFL scouting combine and free agency rumors around the league.
Ray Rice issued a statement Friday morning thanking the city of Baltimore and the Ravens as well as apologizing for the domestic violence incident.
Domestic violence. Questionable discipline. Player safety. Confusing officiating. Deflated footballs. The disturbing headlines that began last February never slowed down for the NFL this season.