Ray Rice
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#71#30RB #26- 
The New York Times | Jul 23rd
Possible suspension and a lot of wear on the tires doesn't exactly scream bounce back.
ProFootballTalk | Jul 22nd
The Ravens are bracing themselves for being without running back Ray Rice. But they’re not worried about how long, at least not yet. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he didn’t think the timing of Rice’s punishment (for assaulting his now-wife) would be a problem for the team, as long as they knew by the middle…
ESPN | Jul 22nd
Baltimore Ravens still awaiting word from NFL on possible discipline for running back Ray Rice.
ESPN | Jul 22nd
Baltimore Ravens still awaiting word from NFL on possible discipline for running back Ray Rice.
Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
Rice isn't the same back anymore. Perhaps he returns with a huge year, perhaps not.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
WARNING: Keep an eye on his legal status and if there is a suspension. Sleepy 2014 in terms of stats. He does present PPR upside, but with Pierce still recovering you can expect a bounce back year for Rice.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
After seeing Rice drag his girlfriend out of an elevator unconscious, it's hard to imagine a scenario where we draft him. But he does have a chance to bounce back in 2014. Still only 27 his value may be too great to pass up.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Would be ranked higher if not for possible suspension. Ray Rice should be a solid RB2 on a per game basis due to his heavy involvement in the passing game
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
If the Ravens can improve their offensive line, I think Rice could bounce back in 2014. He is only 27 years old and has only 1,470 career carries, so overuse and age should not be a concern at this point in his career. He is also down to 205 lb. after playing last season at 215 lb. He could be facing a league suspension of 2-6 games stemming from an indictment on one count of aggravated assault against his fiancé in January.
FantasySharks | Jul 8th
Dynasty studs you should consider trading before their value falls off a cliff. Just ask Ray Rice owners.