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Ray Rice had a bit of a miscue during the Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl victory parade on Tuesday. As you can see in the video above, Rice fell off a float at some point during the parade. Rice actually told WFAN’s Boomer & Carton about the incident during an interview on Wednesday. “You know, the float stopped short and I fell off of it, but I caught myself,” Rice told the hosts. “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.” Gotta love the way Rice went all third-person on us in that interview. Like a true Pro Bowl running back, he did bounce back from the fall quickly and had a massive smile on his face as soon as he recovered. I wonder what he calls that play. At least his spill wasn’t that bad — we’ve seen much worse when it comes to victory parade mishaps. H/T Deadspin The post Ray Rice fell off float at Ravens’ Super Bowl parade (Video) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts
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@Ravens Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was on with Boomer and Carton on 660 WFAN in New York and had a very funny story to tell them. “Hey I’ve gotta tell you a funny story,” Rice said. “You know, the float stopped short and I fell off of it, but I caught myself. I’m good though. I’m telling y’all that because y’all are my boys. Ray Rice has no injuries...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was on the Boomer and Carton show on Wednesday regaling the hosts of the radio program with tales of what is what like to be a participant in the high-flying excitement, the unbridled joy and the raucous revelry of Tuesday’s Super Bowl championship celebration and parade. The highlight? Or perhaps lowlight? When video surfaced of Ray Rice...
Ray Rice may be one of the toughest players in the NFL to bring to the ground, but don't tell the Super Bowl parade floats that.
The video above shows a jovial Rice taking a quick tumble off the float when the float stops rather suddenly. Rice was unhurt in the incident and quickly hopped back up to the float to continue celebrating.
Between losing their trophy and falling...
During the Ravens victory parade, Ray Rice was riding in the back of a old truck float and took a tumble into a crowd. The moment could have turned out much worse, and thankfully Ray was able to get right back up uninjured. I can only imagine if Ray would have been hurt what the NFL front offices would have done for future parades in terms of restrictions.
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.
Normally, Super Bowl parades are just a reason for crazed fans to pack the streets to celebrate their favorite team's claiming of the Lombardi trophy.
During the Baltimore Ravens celebratory parade, a group of players were on a flat bed truck waving to the public.
Suddenly, the truck came to a stop and sent Ravens running back Ray Rice flying off of it:
During the parade celebrating the Ravens winning the Super Bowl running back Ray Rice was so into enjoying the moment he forgot to do one very important thing--hang on.
A sudden stop sent the running back for a tumble, but luckily the only thing that was injured was his pride. Since he already lost it when he fumbled in the Super Bowl he was able to bounce back pretty quick.
It’s no secret that Jonny Bones has two brothers playing in the NFL, Chandler Jones and Arthur Jones. Jonny got to celebrate as if he was a player and here is one of many pictures he was able to snap.
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