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According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, a new contract between the Baltimore Ravens and running back Ray Rice doesn’t seem to be imminent at this time.
The Ravens and Rice will have until Monday afternoon to get a new deal done. If they can’t reach a deal before the deadline, they’ll have to wait until the end of the regular season to continue negotiating towards a long-term contract.
I think there’s a chance Rice will hold out during training camp, but when push comes to shove, he’ll report to the Ravens some time before the regular season begins.
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com, something major would have to happen between the Baltimore Ravens and Ray Rice over the weekend in order to get a long-term deal done by Monday afternoon.
It doesn’t look good at this point. The Ravens and Rice will likely have to wait until the regular season is over before they can start negotiating again. Don’t...
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