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PFT Live: Ravens RB Ray Rice talks about the contract situation for offensive coordinator Cam Cameron as well as his own. (NBC Sports)
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Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice would like to stay with the team, according to a report by the Carroll County Times.The 25-year-old is a free agent this offseason and expressed his desire to sign a new contract."I would prefer a long term deal over the franchise tag, but I wouldn't be unhappy with the franchise tag," Rice said Tuesday.The former Rutgers standout...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is clearly one of the few premiere backs in the NFL and the Ravens need to make sure they can lock him up with a long term contract.
Rice’s rookie deal has run out and he’ll hit the free agent market officially on March 13th.
The good news for the Ravens and their fans is that Rice sees himself as a Raven and wants to stick around in Baltimore...
As the Baltimore Ravens enter an off-season certain to be marked by change to the 53-man roster, one thing is for sure, according to running back Ray Rice: Both he and quarterback Joe Flacco will play for the Ravens in 2012. “It will be an interesting off-season, but one thing I can guarantee you is [...]
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Men shouldn’t say “POW!”
Twitter trash talk after the fact seems a bit juvenile, but it is the world that we live in now. Patriots Brandon Spikes who had a key interception and play a good game overall in the AFC Championship went out his way to poke fun at Ravens running back Ray Rice. It was Rice’s 25th birthday.
I am sure Rice has bigger things...
There are signs that Cam Cameron’s tenure as Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator might continue, according to a report by The Baltimore Sun’s Mike Preston. “According to a league source, Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron called the offensive assistants Wednesday morning and gave them instructions for the upcoming weeks, a sign that he will return next [...]
Ray Rice on contract situation: "I think we'll get it done"
Ravens running back has gone five games since last 100-yard effort in postseasonWhile quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receiver Anquan Boldin enjoyed success in the Ravens’ 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in Sunday’s AFC championship game, the same could not be said for running back Ray Rice.
PFT Live: Ravens' RB Ray Rice discusses Joe Flacco's contract situation. (NBC Sports)
---The Baltimore Ravens coaching staff is reportedly on the proverbial hot seat after the team fell short of the Super Bowl, and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is among the coaches who might not be back next season, according to The Baltimore Sun. A team source told the newspaper that Cameron has yet to be informed of his future with the Ravens. The source also said that the...
The contract for Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is up, and there has been a widespread expectation that he won’t be brought back in Baltimore. Florio heard via a league source that no decision had been made as of Tuesday night. While the Baltimore Sun thought Cameron was in trouble Wednesday, the tune has changed…
The Baltimore Ravens have left offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and many of their offensive coaches in the dark as to whether they will have a job in 2012 according to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun. The coaches were given one-year deals in the offseason with the understanding that they might be dismissed if the team did not reach the Superbowl this year. Cameron is on the hot...
BALTIMORE - As the Ravens said goodbye to one coach Wednesday, they appeared ready to promote another from within...
I was asked on "The Norris and Davis Show" on 105.7 The Fan this morning if I thought Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameronwould be back next season.
A team source told the Baltimore Sun that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has yet to be informed of his future with the Ravens.