Found June 03, 2012 on Player Perspective:
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;Ray Rice and Roger Goodell at DeWitt Clinton HS in the Bronx on May 30th The Carroll County Times caught up with Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice at Lardarius Webb’s charity softball game and asked him what it feels like to be back with his teammates who were competing against each other (O Vs. D). Ray had this to say: “I miss it,” Rice said when asked about not being around his teammates on a regular basis. “That’s one thing you miss is the camaraderie with the guys. As far as playing football, I know I’m always going to be up to speed. “The best thing about my situation is that we have the same offensive coordinator. I miss the camaraderie. It’s sort of like the lockout last year. I know the guys are working hard. I’m just happy to be out here with these guys.” Under NFL rules, the Ravens have until July 16 to negotiate a new deal for Rice. Otherwise, he’ll play this season under a $7.742 million franchise tag. “Honestly, I just let my agent take care of all of that stuff,” Ric
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