Classy move, Ravens. 

Fourth-and-29, no problem.

Fourth-and-29, no problem.

Adam Schefter is reporting that the Ravens have reached a deal with their franchised running back. Ray Rice is believed to have signed a five-year, $40 million contract.  A deal very similar to what Arain Foster and Matt Forte reached this offseason (Forte just earlier today).
The deal came down to the wire, finishing just minutes before the deadline. Very much how the Haloti Ngata deal was reached a few short years back. Ozzie Newsome, the Wizard of Oz, doin’ work.
We can rest easy, Baltimore, Ray Rice will be residing in Charm City for some time.
@nhall

Adam Schefter is reporting that the Ravens have reached a deal with their franchised running back. Ray Rice is believed to have signed a five-year, $40 million contract.  A deal very similar to what Arain Foster and Matt Forte reached this offseason (Forte just earlier today).

The deal came down to the wire, finishing just minutes before the deadline. Very much how the Haloti Ngata deal was reached a few short years back. Ozzie Newsome, the Wizard of Oz, doin’ work.

We can rest easy, Baltimore, Ray Rice will be residing in Charm City for some time.

@nhall

In today’s Ravens-Bengals tilt Ray Rice had a whale of a game rushing for 191 yards and 2 touchdowns. That performance overshadowed another remarkable event. If you blinked, you might have missed Ray’s backup, Ricky Williams, becoming the 26th player to rush for 10,000 yards. The quietest 10,000 yards in NFL history.

In today’s Ravens-Bengals tilt Ray Rice had a whale of a game rushing for 191 yards and 2 touchdowns. That performance overshadowed another remarkable event. If you blinked, you might have missed Ray’s backup, Ricky Williams, becoming the 26th player to rush for 10,000 yards. The quietest 10,000 yards in NFL history.

Ray Rice es el hombre.

How could you go to Mexico and not come back with a pancho and a sombrero? @RayRice27

Ray Rice es el hombre.

How could you go to Mexico and not come back with a pancho and a sombrero?
@RayRice27

Ray Rice is having the best week ever.  Sunday against the Saints he rushed for 153 yards and a touchdown.  He also caught 5 balls for 80 yards and touchdown.  Stud.  Those numbers were good enough to earn Ray Rice AFC offensive player of the week.

Why did it take until week 15 for this to happen?