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National Football League NFL Football Transaction 07/24/2014
Suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice two regular-season games without pay and fined him an additional game check for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
Ravens RB Rice suspended 2 games NFL Football 07/24/2014
New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been suspended two games without pay by the NFL for his offseason arrest on assault charges. Though Rice avoided prosecution after he was arrested in February and charged with simple assault-domestic violence following an incident with then-fiancee Janay Palmer at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City, the NFL said Thursday he was in violation of the league's personal conduct policy. Rice was also fined an additional game check. His susp
Ross tears Achilles NFL Football 07/24/2014
Owings Mills, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Baltimore Ravens cornerback Aaron Ross tore his Achilles Thursday during conditioning testing. Ross, a former first-round pick of the Giants and member of New York's Super Bowl champion teams during the 2007 and 2011 seasons, has started 52 games over a seven-year NFL career. Ross played in the first four games of the 2013 campaign before the Giants placed him on injured reserve with a back problem. He was signed by the Ravens in late June.
Report: Ravens' Rice receives two-game suspension NFL Football 07/24/2014
Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has reportedly received a two-game suspension without pay for his offseason arrest on assault charges. The Baltimore Sun, citing league sources, is reporting the suspension, which would mean a loss of $470,000 in salary for Rice. Another report is adding that Rice will also be required to take counseling and be fined an additional $58,000. Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence in February following an incid
Dorm Report: Next up in the MAC Division I College Football 07/23/2014
is year, so there's at least the familiarity factor for Davis. Ball State running back Jahwan Edwards is the MAC's leading returner in rushing touchdowns (14 in 2013) and rushing yards (1,594). With star quarterback Keith Wenning now a member of the Baltimore Ravens camp, Edwards will likely see his workload increase a bit. Mack set the bar high defensively for the conference a year ago, so the drop off between him and the "next Mack" will be not only apparent, but giant. Two Toledo defenders stand out in defen
Dallas Cowboys 2014 Training Camp Preview NFL Football 07/17/2014
ery rock especially with Romo's shelf life as an upper echelon quarterback quickly approaching its expiration date. The Cowboys did exactly that early this month by acquiring the rights to former first- round pick Rolando McClain in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens. McClain, who will be expected to replace Lee, arrives in north Texas with more physical gifts than any of his peers on the team's defense. Of course, he'll also show up with more baggage than your average socialite planning a weekend trip to Las Ve
Ravens' Jimmy Smith arrested for disorderly conduct NFL Football 07/13/2014
Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith was arrested and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct Saturday night stemming from an incident at a Towson restaurant. Smith was cited for failure to obey a lawful order of a police officer. He became the fifth Ravens player to be arrested this offseason, following Ray Rice, Jah Reid, Deonte Thompson and rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro. The Baltimore Sun reports that officers were called to The Greene Turtle Sports Bar after the gener
Extra Points: Desperate Cowboys gamble on McClain NFL Football 07/02/2014
cially with the 34-year-old Tony Romo's shelf life as an upper echelon quarterback quickly approaching its expiration date. The Cowboys did exactly that on Tuesday, acquiring the rights to former first- round pick Rolando McClain in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens. McClain, who will be expected to replace Lee, arrives in north Texas with more physical gifts than any of his peers on the team's defense. Of course, he'll also show up with more baggage than your average socialite planning a weekend trip to Las Ve
Dallas Cowboys NFL Football Transaction 07/02/2014
Acquired linebacker Rolando McClain and a 2015 seventh-round pick from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a 2015 sixth-round pick; placed linebacker Sean Lee on injured reserve.
Cowboys trade for troubled McClain NFL Football 07/01/2014
Irving, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - In need of an option at an injury-depleted middle linebacker spot, the Dallas Cowboys have acquired the rights to former first-round pick Rolando McClain in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens. The Cowboys sent a 2015 sixth-round pick to the Ravens for McClain, who hasn't played in an NFL game since November of 2012, and will receive a seventh-round choice in next year's draft as part of the deal. McClain signed a one-year contract with Baltimore in April of 2013, shortly after h

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