The Baltimore Ravens and Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice continue to talk about a contract extension. But the two sides have not made any strides towards a new deal, a source familiar with the talks told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The deadline for Rice and the Ravens to hammer out a new deal […]
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The Baltimore Ravens first day of voluntary workouts kicked off at the team’s facility in Owings Mills on Monday morning. And Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was present, participating in a throwing session, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Flacco, 27, remains in contract negotiations with the Ravens, but according to Wilson, the […]
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice won’t report when the Ravens’ voluntary offseason workouts begin Monday, a source told the NFL Network. Rice, 25, has yet to sign his $7.7 million franchise tag and isn’t expected to do so anytime soon. By putting the tag on Rice, the Ravens are only locked into the Pro […]
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice must be sitting somewhere smiling after seeing what Houston’s Arian Foster and Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch signed for this past weekend, which helped set the market for free-agent running backs. After slapping the franchise tag on Rice last Friday, the Ravens are in the process of working out a long-term […]
The Baltimore Ravens plan to announce that will be using their franchise tag on running back Ray Rice, according to Pro Football Talk, which reported Wednesday night that the tag was looming for Rice. It was a forgone conclusion that the Ravens would use the tag on Rice. Even his agent, Todd France, said earlier […]
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is seeking a contract that would net him somewhere in the neighborhood of seven-years, $100 million, the same contract Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson signed for last year. Rice, 25, will most likely be slapped with the team’s franchise tag this month in order to keep him from […]
The Pittsburgh Steelers are worried that another team will snag wide receiver Mike Wallace if they put a first-round tender on the restricted free agent rather than slapping the franchise tag on him. And you have to believe — the last place Pittsburgh would want to see Wallace end up is with its big rival […]