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Baltimore Ravens

Position
RB
 
Jersey
27
Name  Ray Rice
Born  1/22/1987
Height  5-8
Weight  212
College  Rutgers
3/27/2014 6:02:00 PM
Description: According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Ravens running back Ray Rice has been indicted on one count of aggravated assault for allegedly assaulting his fiancee in February.
Insight: Rice was initially charged with simple assault but that has been dropped. The new charge carries a potential term of 3-5 years in prison.
 
2/19/2014 7:13:00 PM
Description: Video has surfaced of Ravens running back Ray Rice dragging his fiancee, who appears to be unconscious, out of an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. SOURCE: TMZ
Insight: Rice, who is now facing domestic violence charges, has been accused of hitting his fiancee and knocking her unconscious. The three-time Pro Bowler is due in court next Tuesday. It could be a while before this ugly situation is resolved.
 
2/16/2014 7:44:00 PM
Description: According to the Baltimore Sun, Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested over the weekend after an alleged physical altercation with a woman at a casino in Atlantic City.
Insight: Rice's attorney said that Rice was charged and released after an alleged "very minor physical altercation." The Ravens RB is coming off a miserable season in which he played through a hip injury and rushed for just 660 yards and four TDs in 15 games. He established career lows with 3.1 yards per carry and 5.5 yards per catch.
 
12/29/2013 11:56:00 AM
Description: Despite being listed as questionable with a thigh injury, Baltimore halfback Ray Rice is active and starting in Week 17.
Insight: Rice has been a roll of the dice this season with just four touchdowns and 645 rushing yards in 14 games this season. He ran into brick walls the last time he faced the Bengals, finishing with just 30 yards on 18 carries. Rice figures to be a flex or low level RB2 in Week 17.
 
11/17/2013 6:55:00 PM
Description: Ravens running back Ray Rice broke loose for 131 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries Sunday at Chicago.
Insight: Rice's long gain of 47 was more yards than he had in seven of his eight games this season. While it was a positive sign for Rice owners, it's too early to say if Rice is fully back to must-start status because the Bears have one of the worst run defenses in the NFL. Rice will have to prove himself again in Week 12 against the stout Jets run defense before he regains our trust.
 
Cold11/11/2013 7:31:00 PM
Description: Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he will go with a hot-hand approach at the running back position, according to baltimoreravens.com. "Both of those guys are going to get a large number of carries, and I think whichever guy is playing better should get more carries as we go forward," Harbaugh said.
Insight: But how will Harbaugh choose if both Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce are rushing for under 3.0 yards per carry like they have all season? Rice is down to 2.5 ypc on 289 yards after another abysmal effort (18 carries, 30 rushing yards, six catches, 26 receiving yards) Sunday against the Bengals. Harbaugh said he thinks Rice's hip flexor strain and shoddy run blocking are behind his dropoff this season.
 
Cold11/3/2013 7:47:00 PM
Description: Ravens running back Ray Rice had just 17 rushing yards on 11 carries and 21 receiving yards on three catches Sunday at Cleveland.
Insight: The turnaround doesn't seem to be coming for Rice. In seven games, he has just 259 rushing yards on 97 carries (2.7 ypc), 135 receiving yards on 27 catches and three touchdowns. Bernard Pierce has averaged 2.7 ypc as well, so it's likely the Ravens just cannot run block rather than Rice being done as a useful NFL player.
 
10/6/2013 6:48:00 PM
Description: Ravens coach John Harbaugh wasn't lying when he said he wanted to get Ray Rice more involved in the offense in Week 5. Rice touched the football 33 times.
Insight: Rice had 27 carries for 74 yards and six catches for 28 while also crossing the goal line twice. It was the game Rice's fantasy owners were looking for after four disappointing and injury-plagued games.
 
10/2/2013 9:07:00 PM
Description: Ravens coach John Harbaugh has vowed to get running back Ray Rice more involved in the offense after barely using him against the Bills in Week 4. SOURCE: NFL.com
Insight: Inexplicably, the Ravens completely abandoned the run in the second half as Rice didn't receive his first second half carry until four minutes were remaining in the fourth quarter. The result was Baltimore's second loss of the season. Rice, who is now two weeks removed from a hip flexor injury, should be a decent fantasy play against the Dolphins in Week 5. Of course, that's assuming Harbaugh is actually telling the truth and this isn't just a ploy to get Miami off track.
 
9/29/2013 11:50:00 AM
Description: Ravens RB Ray Rice (hip) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Insight: Rice practiced all week with no setbacks to his hip injury and should be started in all fantasy leagues against a Bills run defense that made Bilal Powell look like a star in Week 3. Bernard Pierce will still be involved and is a solid flex option.
 
9/29/2013 9:57:00 AM
Description: Ravens RB Ray Rice (hip) will play Sunday against the Bills unless he suffers a setback in pre-game warmups. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPN
Insight: Rice has practiced all week with no setbacks to his hip injury, so we expect he'll get through pre-game warmups just fine. If Rice does play, he should be started in all fantasy leagues against a Bills run defense that made Bilal Powell look like a star in Week 3. Bernard Pierce will still be involved and is a solid flex option.
 
9/27/2013 2:25:00 PM
Description: Ravens RB Ray Rice (hip) practiced again Friday (limited), but will still be a game-time decision.
Insight: When asked after practice, Rice said, "It did feel good and barring no setbacks I could be out there Sunday." When athletes use "could" instead of "will" its a telling sign they aren't confident that they will be ready. Be prepared to go with Bernard Pierce or another option.
 
9/26/2013 2:42:00 PM
Description: According to Albert Breer of NFL.com, Ravens RB Ray Rice (hip) practiced again Thursday.
Insight: Breer says that internally the Ravens think the injury is not serious and that pain tolerance is the key. If Rice plays he should be started in all leagues. Bernard Pierce should also be started as a flex play against the Bills even if Rice is active.
 
9/25/2013 7:10:00 PM
Description: Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun was told that Ravens halfback Ray Rice expects to be back this week.
Insight: Rice missed last week's win over Houston with a strained hip flexor. Even before the injury, Rice had been losing carries to up-and-comer Bernard Pierce. The two players are virtually in a time share at running back.
 
9/21/2013 7:59:00 PM
Description: According to Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson, Ravens running back Ray Rice's left hip flexor strain is regarded as a two-week injury.
Insight: Fantasy owners can expect a heavy dose of Bernard Pierce Sunday against the Texans and in Week 4 at Buffalo. He's a must-start.
 
9/20/2013 7:45:00 PM
Description: Baltimore running back Ray Rice (hip) has been downgraded to doubtful for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Insight: Bernard Pierce is firmly in the RB1 conversation this week and is a must-start.
 
9/20/2013 2:10:00 PM
Description: Baltimore running back Ray Rice (hip) didn't practice Thursday or Friday and coach John Harbaugh called him a game-time decision.
Insight: Bernard Pierce would be a legitimate RB1 if Rice misses the game as we ultimately expect to happen. Most strained hip flexor injuries require a 1-2 week recovery period.
 
9/19/2013 2:48:00 PM
Description: Baltimore running back Ray Rice (hip) didn't practice Thursday, according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun.
Insight: He's a likely game-time decision. Bernard Pierce will be a legitimate RB1 if Rice misses the game, and if Rice plays fantasy owners can start both as flex plays.
 
9/18/2013 3:06:00 PM
Description: Baltimore running back Ray Rice, who is dealing with a strained hip flexor, missed Wednesday's practice.
Insight: The Ravens are lucky the injury wasn't more serious, but Rice's health is still a big question mark. Bernard Pierce will start if Rice can't and even if Rice plays will likely get a bigger share of the rushing attempts.
 
9/17/2013 12:16:00 PM
Description: Baltimore running back Ray Rice is dealing with a strained hip flexor and is considered day-to-day.
Insight: The Ravens are lucky the injury wasn't more serious, but Rice's health is still a big question mark heading into next week's game versus Houston. Bernard Pierce saw 19 carries on Sunday and he should get an even bigger workload in Week 3 if Rice is unavailable. Even if Rice plays, expect Pierce to get a bigger piece of the pie.
 

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