Former Raven Ray Rice Says 'I Can Still Play Football'Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice believes he can still play football even though he hasn't appeared in a game since 2013.
Ray Rice Still Waits For 2nd Chance, Doesn't Begrudge HardyRay Rice says his second chance has come through his choice to speak out against domestic violence.
Ray Rice Still Preparing For NFL Comeback With Hardcore WorkoutsRay Rice has wasted no effort as his window of opportunity closes to convince any one of the 32 NFL teams that he’s worth taking a gamble on.
Ray Rice Addresses Florida State With Heartfelt SpeechFormer NFL running back and Super Bowl champion Ray Rice was invited to address the Florida State Seminoles in advance of their season opener this weekend.
La Canfora: Ray Rice Being Held To 'Incredibly Unrealistic Standard'Jerry Coleman and Ross Grimsley talk to Jason La Canfora about the canceled Hall of Fame game and the condition of the field, their interview with Ray Rice and more.
Ray Rice Pledges To Donate His Salary If Signed By The NFLRice said that if signed, he would donate his entire salary in 2016 to organizations with programs focusing on education and prevention of domestic violence and supporting survivors and their families.
Ray Rice Says His "Window for Playing Is Closing"Ray Rice is still hoping to return to the NFL, though he says he's running out of time.
Ray Rice Discusses Life Lessons With Ravens RookiesRay Rice has returned to the Under Armour Performance Center, but this time it's not to play football.
Ray Rice And Wife Janay Expecting Their Second ChildFormer Ravens running back Ray Rice and his wife, Janay, are expecting their second child.
Ray Rice To Coach At NFLPA Collegiate BowlRice will join Priest Holmes as a running backs coach for Mike Martz's National team.
Ray Rice 'Rewriting The Script' For Daughter's SakeRay Rice spoke on a CBS radio show this week, talking about how his reputation and career derailed following an ugly domestic violence incident.
[OPINION] Greg Hardy, Jerry Jones Have Sealed Ray Rice's FateDomestic Violence has been a huge issue in the NFL for well over two years. The NFL has led us to believe they have taken steps in the right direction. But the Hardy saga proves there is still much to be done. The damage done will not only effect the Cowboys, but Ray Rice as well.