The NFL slaps Ravens star running back Ray Rice with a two game suspension.
“I’ve failed miserably, but I wouldn’t call myself a failure.” That’s what Ravens star running back Ray Rice is saying in his first public statement since his February arrest in New Jersey.
The Ravens were going for their sixth straight playoff berth on Sunday against Cincinnati, but fell short of their goals as they lost to the Bengals 34-17. It was a day that both the offense and defense would like to forget.
Ravens beat the Bengals in OT sure, but I’m not sure I learned much about their future progress.
Once again, a university has proven that it is failing to monitor and supervise at the most basic level. And once again, the only ones who have suffered, have no recourse.
Ray Rice watched film of Oakland’s game against Tampa Bay last week and nearly jumped out his chair in anticipation of facing a defense that yielded four touchdowns and 251 yards rushing to rookie Doug Martin.
An explosive arrest is made in Glen Burnie.
A Consumer Reports study found alarming levels of cancer-causing inorganic arsenic in rice products.
Baltimore is getting close to accomplishing some major goals as we approach the end of the 2011 regular season.
Ray Rice can’t wait for the Baltimore Ravens’ next game, mainly because it will help him to forget the last one.
Ray Rice and Maurice Jones-Drew haven’t known each other very long. They connected at the Pro Bowl in Miami last year and spent time together during the NFL draft last April.