Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 2/6/13
The Baltimore Ravens brought back their Super Bowl trophy and started the celebration on Tuesday. It appears that some players — like halfback Ray Rice — might have celebrated a bit too hard. While Rice and his teammates were parading through the streets of Balimore, the Rutgers alum tried reaching out to some nearby fans when he was suddenly tossed off the float. Rice responded to the incident on WFAN’s Boomer and Carton show on Wednesday morning. “The float stopped short and I fell off of it, but I caught myself,” Rice explained. “I’m good though. I’m telling y’all that because y’all are my boys. Ray Rice has no injuries. I fell off the float, but I’m good.” Rice went on to say that after he fell, he collected himself, and proclaimed, “Let’s party.” Rice hasn’t missed a game since becoming the Ravens’ starting running back, but Baltimore fans should hope he doesn’t plan on repeating any falls this offseason while celebrating the team’s Super Bowl win.

This article first appeared on NESN.com and was syndicated with permission.

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