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Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced March 27. He is scheduled to be arraigned April 28 at Atlantic County Superior Court in New Jersey.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced March 27. He is scheduled to be arraigned April 28 at Atlantic County Superior Court in New Jersey.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced March 27. He is scheduled to be arraigned April 28 at Atlantic County Superior Court in New Jersey.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced March 27. He is scheduled to be arraigned April 28 at Atlantic County Superior Court in New Jersey.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced Thursday. Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence on Feb. 15 after a physical altercation with his fiancee, Janay Palmer, at the Revel Casino and Hotel in Atlantic City. Palmer also was charged with simple assault.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Ravens running back Ray Rice was indicted by a grand jury on a third-degree aggravated assault charge for allegedly striking his fiancee and rendering her unconscious last month, Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors announced Thursday. Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence on Feb. 15 after a physical altercation with his fiancee, Janay Palmer, at the Revel Casino and Hotel in Atlantic City. Palmer also was charged with simple assault.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said running back Ray Rice has a future with the team despite being arrested on a domestic violence assault charge last month.

NFL: Ravens give Harbaugh one-year coaching extension

John Harbaugh, who coached the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl victory last year, has received a one-year extension on his contract, the National Footall League club announced Tuesday. Harbaugh is now set to remain with the Ravens through 2017 after signing a four-year deal last year after Baltimore defeated San Francisco in the NFL championship spectacle. The Ravens finished only 8-8 in the 2013 season, missing the playoffs for the first time since Harbaugh took over as coach in 2008.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Tight end Dennis Pitta agreed to terms on a five-year, $32 million deal with the Ravens. Pitta was a priority for the Ravens entering free agency March 11 with the possibility of using the franchise tag to retain him looming as a last resort.

Baltimore Ravens - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Baltimore Ravens - INSIDE SLANT Video released of the incident involving Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his fiancee Janay Palmer -- in which she was knocked unconscious at a New Jersey casino according to a summons -- was reviewed by general manager Ozzie Newsome and most of the team's administrative staff. "I did online just like everybody else did and it doesn't look good," Newsome said. "I'm going to reserve my thoughts. ... The whole video needs to be reviewed."
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