After the release of the elevator video, the Ravens terminated Rices contract and the NFL suspended him indefinitely. The full apology letter: Dear Baltimore, This is not a farewell or goodbye. The last seven years that my family and I have spent in Baltimore have by far been the best of our lives. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you all for the love and support youve shown my family and I throughout my football career. Well always be grateful for the love weve received from all of our fans and supporters, and for winning a Super Bowl. To all the kids who looked up to me, Im truly sorry for letting you down, but I hope its helped you learn that one bad decision can turn your dream into a nightmare.
Ray Rice apologizes to Baltimore Ravens fans in a statement USA Today Sports 4 hrs ago USAToday Almost one year after his arrest in a domestic violence case, former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has issued another statement thanking his supporters, apologizing for his "horrible mistake'' and appealing for forgiveness. "This is not a farewell or goodbye," Rice said Friday in a statement released to the Baltimore Sun. Attempts to reach Rice's agent by USA TODAY Sports were unsuccessful. Rice was arrested last Feb. 15 after an incident involving his then-fiancee and now wife, Janay Palmer, in an elevator in an Atlanta City, N.J., casino.
He was exactly what we thought he was when we hired him, he said. Hes a smart guy, hes tough. I think he relates to the players well. Of all the people in the http://www.rayj-sextape.com building, he was the least rattled by the events of last week. Thats Mike.
casino involving his then-fiancee Janay Palmer and suspended two games by the NFL after elevator footage showed the running back dragging her, unconscious, out of an elevator. In September, damning footage from inside the elevator was released: Rice delivered a knockout punch. He was cut by the team and suspended indefinitely by the league a punishment that was later overturned in the ensuing uproar. Dear Baltimore, This is not a farewell or goodbye, Rice said in the statement. The last seven years that my family and I have spent in Baltimore have by far been the best of our lives.