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The Ravens' laundry list of free agents is highlighted by running back Ray Rice, left guard Ben Grubbs and linebacker Jarret Johnson, but that trio did not appear Monday when media was allowed in the locker room.

Jarret Johnson Hopes to Return, But Understands it’s a Business

Outside linebacker Jarret Johnson is the Baltimore Ravens’ iron man, having played in a franchise-record 130 consecutive games. But Johnson’s not sure if he’ll be returning to be the work horse and perennially underrated talent many Ravens fans have come to know and love. “I don’t know, we’ll see,” Johnson said, via “We’ve got [...]

Ravens RB Rice wants to stay in Baltimore

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice would like to stay with the team, according to a report by the Carroll County Times.The 25-year-old is a free agent this offseason and expressed his desire to sign a new contract."I would prefer a long term deal over the franchise tag, but I wouldn't be unhappy with the franchise tag," Rice said Tuesday.The former Rutgers standout...

Ray Rice Wants to Stay in Baltimore

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is clearly one of the few premiere backs in the NFL and the Ravens need to make sure they can lock him up with a long term contract. Rice’s rookie deal has run out and he’ll hit the free agent market officially on March 13th. The good news for the Ravens and their fans is that Rice sees himself as a Raven and wants to stick around in Baltimore...

Rice: Flacco and I ‘Will be Ravens Next Year’

As the Baltimore Ravens enter an off-season certain to be marked by change to the 53-man roster, one thing is for sure, according to running back Ray Rice: Both he and quarterback Joe Flacco will play for the Ravens in 2012. “It will be an interesting off-season, but one thing I can guarantee you is [...]

PFT Live 1/24: Bob Kravitz, Ray Rice

Mike Florio talks to Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star about his recent interview with Peyton Manning, the quaterback’s future with the Colts, and the coaching search in Indianapolis. Mike talks to Ravens running back Ray Rice about the team’s loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship game, his future with the team, and…

Baltimore Ravens MVP

Baltimore has been a defense-first team and is still that way; but they're a TEAM defense. While Lewis gets the tackles (95), Suggs gets the sacks (14) and fumbles (7), and Webb gets the INT's (5); the defense can't do it all. Even with the stingy D, without putting points on the board and running down the clock, the Ravens lose. Thus the MVP for the Ravens must be....

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Ray Rice on contract situation: "I think we'll get it done"

Video: PFT Live: Flacco will be Raven, Rice says

PFT Live: Ravens' RB Ray Rice discusses Joe Flacco's contract situation. (NBC Sports)

Key to Patriots defense was bottling up Rice

Ravens running back has gone five games since last 100-yard effort in postseasonWhile quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receiver Anquan Boldin enjoyed success in the Ravens’ 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in Sunday’s AFC championship game, the same could not be said for running back Ray Rice.

AFC Championship Game Preview-Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots

Only three games remain in the NFL season and at the end of the afternoon, we will know which two teams will be playing in the Super Bowl. In the first contest this afternoon, the Baltimore Ravens travel to take on the New England Patriots. There are some interesting storylines in this matchup. The Ravens defense against the New England Patriots offense. Can QB Joe Flacco...
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