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Ravens website says Rice will be suspended two games, based on …

Ravens website says Rice will be suspended two games, based on “reports”

profootballtalk.com Updated 27 minutes ago
As more and more sports leagues and more and more teams try to get into the media business, unusual developments occur from time to time. Most recently, the Ravens have posted an item on their website acknowledging “multiple reports” that running back R…
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  • NFL suspends Ray Rice for two games over domestic abuse inciden…

    NFL suspends Ray Rice for two games over domestic abuse incident: report

    yahoo.com 30 minutes ago
    In February, Ravens running back Ray Rice allegedly knocked his then-fiancée unconscious in an Atlantic City elevator and dragged her body, all in view of security cameras. On Thursday, the NFL handed down its punishment: a two-game suspension and a $58…
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  • Reports: Ray Rice Suspended Two Games For Uppercutting Fiancée

    Reports: Ray Rice Suspended Two Games For Uppercutting Fiancée

    deadspin.com 52 minutes ago
    As first reported by Yahoo's Rand Getlin, and just now by multiple other reporters, Ravens RB Ray Rice will be suspended by the NFL for the first two games of the season for beating the shit out of his then-fiancée.Read more...
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  • Sources: Ravens RB Rice suspended 2 games

    Sources: Ravens RB Rice suspended 2 games

    The NFL will suspend Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for the first two games of this season, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
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  • Steve Smith thinks chemistry is overrated

    Steve Smith thinks chemistry is overrated

    ESPN.com 54 minutes ago
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- If the Ravens want to improve the efficiency of their passing game, quarterback Joe Flacco has to build a rapport with new wide receiver Steve Smith. So, as Baltimore Ravens training camp opens Thursday, Smith was asked where the ch…
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  • Modell family wants to press charges against grave urinator

    Modell family wants to press charges against grave urinator

    It’s one thing to take a grudge to the grave, but one Browns fans took his to an embarrassing new low. After an unidentified Browns fan calling himself “Mr. BrownsFan4Life” made a video of himself urinating on the grave of former Browns-Ravens owner Art…
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  • Steve Smith ready to begin the next chapter with the Ravens

    Steve Smith ready to begin the next chapter with the Ravens

    baltimoresun.com 14 hours ago
    Cut after 13 years with Panthers, 5-time Pro Bowl WR says he'll fit in perfectly, and teammates are glad to have himDuring his long drive to Maryland from his North Carolina home on Sunday, veteran wide receiver Steve Smith had plenty of time to think a…
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  • Terrell Suggs says Joe Flacco knows how to be a vocal leader wh…

    Terrell Suggs says Joe Flacco knows how to be a vocal leader when needed

    Ravens rush linebacker Terrell Suggs was viewed as the Ravens’ vocal leader following the retirement of Ray Lewis and the departure of Ed Reed prior to last season. Suggs didn’t mind occupying that role and he certainly wouldn’t mind sharing it, say wit…
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  • Bernard Pierce cleared to practice without restrictions

    Bernard Pierce cleared to practice without restrictions

    profootballtalk.com Jul 23 (yesterday)
    The Ravens are expecting the league to be fair when it comes to discipline for running back Ray Rice in the wake of his offseason arrest for assaulting his wife in Atlantic City, but there aren’t many people who expect that Rice will be available for us…
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  • C.J. Mosley believes he can play faster

    C.J. Mosley believes he can play faster

    ESPN.com baltimoresun.com Jul 23 (yesterday)
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The biggest challenge for many rookies is adjusting to the speed of the NFL. Inside linebacker C.J. Mosley, on the other hand, believes he can speed up his game in training camp. That's why the Baltimore Ravens' first-round pick has…
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  • Ravens training camp preview: Special teams

    Ravens training camp preview: Special teams

    baltimoresun.com Jul 23 (yesterday)
    The Ravens' top decision makers are always preaching about the importance of roster competition. They want it at every position, not just for starting roles but for special teams units and back-end roster spots.
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  • Wednesday morning one-liners

    Wednesday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Jul 23 (yesterday)
    Bills WR Sammy Watkins is drawing comparisons to Randy Moss. The Dolphins face long odds of getting to the Super Bowl. Here’s the Patriots’ website on what to watch for at training camp. The Jets plan to reward good fan behavior. Ravens rookie C.J. Mosl…
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  • Joe Flacco says no excuses for new offense

    Joe Flacco says no excuses for new offense

    ESPN.com Jul 22 (yesterday)
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is beginning his seventh NFL training camp with a new playbook, a new veteran receiver and two new starters on the offensive line. What he doesn't want to hear is excuses, and what he doesn't …
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  • Ravens expect NFL to be “fair” and “judicious” to Ray Rice

    Ravens expect NFL to be “fair” and “judicious” to Ray Rice

    profootballtalk.com ESPN.com Jul 22 (yesterday)
    The Ravens are bracing themselves for being without running back Ray Rice. But they’re not worried about how long, at least not yet. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he didn’t think the timing of Rice’s punishment (for assaulting his now-wife) would be a…
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  • Ravens linebacker Josh Bynes determined to not be an 'afterthou…

    Ravens linebacker Josh Bynes determined to not be an 'afterthought'

    baltimoresun.com Jul 22 (2 days ago)
    Inside linebacker started first six games last season, recording 41 tackles Josh Bynes has grown accustomed to being an underdog, the proverbial forgotten man in the middle of the Ravens' defense.
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  • Ravens training camp preview: Safeties

    Ravens training camp preview: Safeties

    baltimoresun.com Jul 22 (2 days ago)
    The Ravens' top decision makers are always preaching about the importance of roster competition. They want it at every position, not just for starting roles but for special teams units and back-end roster spots.
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  • Video - Suggs Wants Flacco To Be More Vocal 03:13

    Suggs Wants Flacco To Be More Vocal

    Jul 23
    Mark Schlereth discusses whether he agrees with Terrell Suggs' opinion that it's important for team leaders such as Joe Flacco to be vocal on the field.
  • Video - NFL Nation Buzz: Ravens 00:47

    NFL Nation Buzz: Ravens

    Jul 21
    ESPN.com Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley discusses the need for an improved ground game.
  • Video - Great Expectations: AFC North 03:32

    Great Expectations: AFC North

    Jul 15
    Will the Bengals claim the AFC North again or will another rise up and challenge them for the division? Find out what Shawne Merriman and Solomon Wilcots expect from the AFC North this year.
  • Video - Is LeBron in Cleveland good or bad for Johnny Manziel? 05:55

    Is LeBron in Cleveland good or bad for Johnny Manziel?

    Jul 14
    Jamie Dukes and "NFL AM" answer whether the San Francisco 49ers or the Seattle Seahawks will fall prey to the "Show me the money" cure, will the Baltimore Ravens be a top five defense and is LeBron James' return to Cleveland a good o…

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