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Ray Rice Wins Appeal: Will He Play Again in 2014?

It’s only the day after Thanksgiving, but Ray Rice got an early Christmas present today, winning an appeal of his indefinite suspension and...
Via Athlon Sports
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

3 reasons why the Raiders should NOT sign RB Ray Rice.

Former Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice, who was indefinately suspended by the NFL has won his appeal. He is now a free agent and is eligible to sign and play immediately with any team. This was reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rappaport (@Rapsheet). From @Rapsheet: Ray Rice wins appeal, eligible for NFL return. Tune-in now for more details. — NFL Network...
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6 hours ago  |  Discuss

The NFL Reinstates Ray Rice, Now Able To Sign With Anyone

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice has been reinstated by the NFL.Fantasy Spin:He's free to sign with any team that will have him. It was just 2012 that Rice rushed for 1,143 yards and nine touchdowns, but he was a disaster in 2013. We aren't sure any teams will sign him for the last five weeks of this season ... maybe 2015.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice Is Officially a Free Agent

Ray Rice has won his appeal of an indefinite suspension from the NFL and is free to sign with any team!  Off the top of my head, teams in the playoff hunt that need an RB are the Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers and Miami Dolphins.  Obviously, it is impossible to know if any NFL team is willing to give him a chance to play this season, but it will be the...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

5 Teams That Should Sign Ray Rice

#458443318 / Ray Rice recently won his appeal against the NFL’s, and he has been immediately re-instated.  His contract with Baltimore was terminated, so now he will be free to sign with any NFL team. Indianapolis Colts The Indianapolis Colts have struggled for a few years to find a dominant running back.  They tried Ahmad Bradshaw, but he was injured, which...
Via TopSportsReport
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Ray Rice Wins Appeal, Reinstated To NFL

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has reportedly won his appeal and has been reinstated into the NFL. Source: Former #Ravens RB Ray Rice has won his appeal. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 28, 2014 Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the judge “believed that Rice did not lie.” Photo via Rice is now free to sign with any NFL team at any...
Via Gridiron Grit
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice wins appeal, can sign with any team

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has reportedly been reinstated to the National Football League after winning his appeal of an indefinite suspension levied against him by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. The two-day appeal hearing took place earlier in November, and it took a fair amount of time for former U.S. district judge Barbara Jones to reach her decision. Ray...
Via Sportsnaut
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups Week 13

For me patients is always the name of the game and for the 7th season in a row it is paying huge dividends. My starting running backs in a week #1 were Ben Tate and Trent Richardson with Ray Rice as the back-up. So you can imagine that the season started off on the wrong foot considering where those three are today. However I enter the final week of our regular season powered...
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Decision on Ray Rice's appeal could come Wednesday

  According to Albert Breer, there is a chance that Barbara Jones’s decision regarding Ray Rice‘s appeal could come as early as today. It has been widely reported that a decision would come this week. Rice is currently serving an indefinite suspension, but many believe that will be overturned, and he will become eligible for immediate reinstatement.  The question then arises...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Colts not interested in Ray Rice despite losing Ahmad Bradshaw

The Indianapolis Colts are thin at running back, but not thin enough to bring in a player serving an indefinite suspension for an assault charge. That’s what a source told ESPN’s Ed Werder on Tuesday, insisting that the Colts aren’t interested in signing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice if he is reinstated, despite losing running back Ahmad Bradshaw for the season...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

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