Found May 12, 2012 on
The offseason gives players, coaches, writers, and fans alike an opportunity to step back and look at the big picture in the NFL. Sometimes, players don't step back far enough, and they wind up making statements like the Ravens' star running back, Ray Rice.
In comments published at BaltimoreRavens.com, Rice expressed that he'll not only be ready for the start of the season; he'll be ready to take the Ravens to the promise land.
"Training is something that I never worried about. My training has always been part of my routine. Nobody ever had to beat me in the head to work out. I actually have the burning to desire to come back, not only for myself, but to come back ready to play. When we get to the season, I’m going to do my job and bring a Super Bowl back to Baltimore."
There seems to be little doubt that Rice will be playing for the Ravens in 2012, despite ongoing contract negotiations. He's currently under the team's franchise tag, but he has no...
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Despite the fact that he has yet to sign the franchise tender he received from the Ravens, Ray Rice said he intends to bring a Super Bowl trophy to Baltimore in 2012.
During Saturday’s Ray Rice day in Baltimore, the Ravens running back told the fans that he’ll bring a Super Bowl back to the city.
Ray Rice told the fans here that this fall he’ll do his job and bring a Super Bowl back to Baltimore.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) May 12, 2012
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