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September 29, 2010
Baltimore running back Ray Rice may not play when the Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday … because of a bruised knee? Don’t let the innocuous-sounding injury fool you -- there’s some concern that the damage could go to the bone, further delaying his return to the field. What may seem like a bruised knee could actually be a more serious injury -- earlier this month, Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells apparently had surgery for a torn meniscus while publicly calling it a bruised knee.
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February 20, 2014 | Sam Farmer
INDIANAPOLIS - A scant three weeks into the off-season, the NFL is dealing with three public relations infernos, two involving current players. There's the Miami Dolphins bullying saga, chronicled in a just-released investigation that pulled back the curtain on the team's toxic locker room culture. The Dolphins have fired their offensive line coach and longtime trainer, and player suspensions could be in the works. There's the arrest of retired Pro Bowl safety Darren Sharper, most recently an NFL Network analyst, on charges that he drugged and raped two women.
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May 21, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was the victim of theft over the weekend, with two guns and $2,000 stolen from his Maryland home. Baltimore County police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton said Monday that Rice was out of town for the weekend, but a friend staying at the home in Reisterstown, Md., reported the incident to the police. "My family and I are fine, which is the most important thing," Rice said in a team-issued statement to USA TODAY Sports. "This is an unfortunate incident that I am dealing with through the proper channels.
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June 11, 2013 | Staff and Wire reports
Vonta Leach was released Tuesday by the Baltimore Ravens, who failed to agree on a restructured contract with the All-Pro fullback. Leach was an integral part of a running game that helped the Ravens become Super Bowl champions last season. Paving the way for standout halfback Ray Rice, Leach made the Pro Bowl in each of his two seasons with Baltimore and was a key figure in the locker room. After negotiations reached a standstill, both sides agreed it would be best to terminate Leach's contract.
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February 20, 2014 | Sam Farmer
INDIANAPOLIS - A scant three weeks into the off-season, the NFL is dealing with three public relations infernos, two involving current players. There's the Miami Dolphins bullying saga, chronicled in a just-released investigation that pulled back the curtain on the team's toxic locker room culture. The Dolphins have fired their offensive line coach and longtime trainer, and player suspensions could be in the works. There's the arrest of retired Pro Bowl safety Darren Sharper, most recently an NFL Network analyst, on charges that he drugged and raped two women.
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November 29, 2012 | Sam Farmer
It's an award that any NFL player would be proud of, but none would choose to endure. Comeback player of the year. The field is especially crowded this season, with an inordinate number of standout players returning from season-ending injuries, the type of infirmities that in another era would have terminated a career. There's Peyton Manning, of course, the Denver Broncos quarterback who sat out his final season with the Indianapolis Colts and underwent four neck procedures.
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February 22, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Matt Birk is going out on top. The six-time Pro Bowl center announced his retirement Friday after 15 years in the NFL, the last four of which were spent with the Baltimore Ravens. Which means that his last time on the football field as a pro player was earlier this month, when he and the rest of the Ravens nation were celebrating a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. "I guess I'll always come back to just after that game, on the field, with teammates and with my family," Birk said.
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May 2, 1988 | ANN KILLION, Times Staff Writer
Softball. Fun game. Saturday morning, grab a bunch of friends, head for the park and play a little softball. Something to keep the kids busy--here, take this glove and bat and go play softball. A lot of fun. Nothing too serious. Hold on. Anyone with those perceptions of the game of softball obviously hasn't met Rae Rice, 14, a freshman at Fountain Valley High School. To Rice, softball is, while a lot of fun, also a serious business.
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October 31, 2006 | Larry Stewart, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rutgers running back Ray Rice said the left ankle he injured late in Sunday night's 24-13 win over Connecticut is fine, a pronouncement that was probably a relief for the Scarlet Knights. "It's just a little sore. I'm ready to go," Rice said Monday, a little more than 12 hours after the No. 15 Scarlet Knights improved to 8-0 by holding off the Huskies in one of their least impressive wins of the season. The schedule will aid in Rice's recovery: Rutgers has 10 days before it plays host to No.
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March 2, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco have reportedly agreed to terms on a six-year contract worth more than $120 million. But is the fifth-year quarterback worth more than the Saints' Drew Brees, the NFL's highest-paid player at $20 million a season? Or the Patriots' Tom Brady? Or the Packers' Aaron Rodgers or the Broncos' Peyton Manning? They are all Super Bowl winners, and last season Flacco, 28 and entering his prime, joined 49ers legend Joe Montana atop the playoff record book by throwing 11 touchdowns without having a pass intercepted.
SPORTS
May 21, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was the victim of theft over the weekend, with two guns and $2,000 stolen from his Maryland home. Baltimore County police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton said Monday that Rice was out of town for the weekend, but a friend staying at the home in Reisterstown, Md., reported the incident to the police. "My family and I are fine, which is the most important thing," Rice said in a team-issued statement to USA TODAY Sports. "This is an unfortunate incident that I am dealing with through the proper channels.
SPORTS
March 2, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco have reportedly agreed to terms on a six-year contract worth more than $120 million. But is the fifth-year quarterback worth more than the Saints' Drew Brees, the NFL's highest-paid player at $20 million a season? Or the Patriots' Tom Brady? Or the Packers' Aaron Rodgers or the Broncos' Peyton Manning? They are all Super Bowl winners, and last season Flacco, 28 and entering his prime, joined 49ers legend Joe Montana atop the playoff record book by throwing 11 touchdowns without having a pass intercepted.
SPORTS
February 22, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Matt Birk is going out on top. The six-time Pro Bowl center announced his retirement Friday after 15 years in the NFL, the last four of which were spent with the Baltimore Ravens. Which means that his last time on the football field as a pro player was earlier this month, when he and the rest of the Ravens nation were celebrating a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. "I guess I'll always come back to just after that game, on the field, with teammates and with my family," Birk said.
SPORTS
January 20, 2013 | Bill Plaschke
  FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The Super Bowl will host two teams of destiny, but only one of them ended Sunday by wearing that destiny on its head like a lampshade and blowing through it like a party horn. The Baltimore Ravens' 28-13 victory over the New England Patriots was almost as entertaining as their postgame march to the locker room, the giant men bouncing through a crowded Gillette Stadium tunnel loudly laughing and cursing and praying, sometimes all in the same hoarse breath.
SPORTS
November 29, 2012 | Sam Farmer
It's an award that any NFL player would be proud of, but none would choose to endure. Comeback player of the year. The field is especially crowded this season, with an inordinate number of standout players returning from season-ending injuries, the type of infirmities that in another era would have terminated a career. There's Peyton Manning, of course, the Denver Broncos quarterback who sat out his final season with the Indianapolis Colts and underwent four neck procedures.
NEWS
September 29, 2010
Baltimore running back Ray Rice may not play when the Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday … because of a bruised knee? Don’t let the innocuous-sounding injury fool you -- there’s some concern that the damage could go to the bone, further delaying his return to the field. What may seem like a bruised knee could actually be a more serious injury -- earlier this month, Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells apparently had surgery for a torn meniscus while publicly calling it a bruised knee.
SPORTS
June 11, 2013 | Staff and Wire reports
Vonta Leach was released Tuesday by the Baltimore Ravens, who failed to agree on a restructured contract with the All-Pro fullback. Leach was an integral part of a running game that helped the Ravens become Super Bowl champions last season. Paving the way for standout halfback Ray Rice, Leach made the Pro Bowl in each of his two seasons with Baltimore and was a key figure in the locker room. After negotiations reached a standstill, both sides agreed it would be best to terminate Leach's contract.
SPORTS
January 20, 2013 | Bill Plaschke
  FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The Super Bowl will host two teams of destiny, but only one of them ended Sunday by wearing that destiny on its head like a lampshade and blowing through it like a party horn. The Baltimore Ravens' 28-13 victory over the New England Patriots was almost as entertaining as their postgame march to the locker room, the giant men bouncing through a crowded Gillette Stadium tunnel loudly laughing and cursing and praying, sometimes all in the same hoarse breath.
SPORTS
October 31, 2006 | Larry Stewart, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rutgers running back Ray Rice said the left ankle he injured late in Sunday night's 24-13 win over Connecticut is fine, a pronouncement that was probably a relief for the Scarlet Knights. "It's just a little sore. I'm ready to go," Rice said Monday, a little more than 12 hours after the No. 15 Scarlet Knights improved to 8-0 by holding off the Huskies in one of their least impressive wins of the season. The schedule will aid in Rice's recovery: Rutgers has 10 days before it plays host to No.
SPORTS
May 2, 1988 | ANN KILLION, Times Staff Writer
Softball. Fun game. Saturday morning, grab a bunch of friends, head for the park and play a little softball. Something to keep the kids busy--here, take this glove and bat and go play softball. A lot of fun. Nothing too serious. Hold on. Anyone with those perceptions of the game of softball obviously hasn't met Rae Rice, 14, a freshman at Fountain Valley High School. To Rice, softball is, while a lot of fun, also a serious business.
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