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Ray Rice
RB #27
Height:
5-8
Weight:
206
Age:
27
College:
Rutgers
Hometown:
New Rochelle, NY
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2013):

CAR
214
YDS
660
AVG
3.1
TDS
4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 1,430 6,180 4.3 70 37 369 3,034 8.2 63 6 9 8
2013 BAL 15 15 214 660 3.1 47 4 58 321 5.5 22 0 2 2
2012 BAL 16 16 257 1,143 4.4 46 9 61 478 7.8 43 1 1 0
2011 BAL 16 16 291 1,364 4.7 70T 12 76 704 9.3 52 3 2 2
2010 BAL 16 14 307 1,220 4 50 5 63 556 8.8 34 1 -- --
2009 BAL 16 15 254 1,339 5.3 59T 7 78 702 9 63 1 3 3
2008 BAL 13 4 107 454 4.2 60 0 33 273 8.3 40 0 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultRushingReceivingFumbles
AttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @DEN L 27-49 12 36 3 12 1 8 35 4.4 10 0 -- --
2 CLE W 14-6 13 36 2.8 14 0 3 9 3 7 0 1 1
3 HOU W 30-9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 @BUF L 20-23 5 17 3.4 7 0 0 0 -- -- 0 -- --
5 @MIA W 26-23 27 74 2.7 7 2 6 28 4.7 9 0 1 1
6 GB L 17-19 14 34 2.4 11 0 3 15 5 11 0 -- --
7 @PIT L 16-19 15 45 3 13 0 4 27 6.8 14 0 -- --
9 @CLE L 18-24 11 17 1.5 5 0 3 21 7 18 0 -- --
10 CIN W 20-17 18 30 1.7 5 0 6 26 4.3 13 0 -- --
11 @CHI L 20-23 25 131 5.2 47 1 3 17 5.7 12 0 -- --
12 NYJ W 19-3 16 30 1.9 7 0 1 -3 -3 -3 0 -- --
13 PIT W 22-20 12 32 2.7 9 0 6 38 6.3 22 0 -- --
14 MIN W 29-26 17 67 3.9 12 0 5 42 8.4 13 0 -- --
15 @DET W 18-16 12 56 4.7 19 0 1 8 8 8 0 -- --
16 NE L 7-41 11 40 3.6 8 0 2 23 11.5 13 0 -- --
17 @CIN L 17-34 6 15 2.5 5 0 7 35 5 9 0 -- --

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Biography

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TRANSACTIONS

Ray Rice re-signed with the Ravens (five-year contract) on 7/16/12...Originally selected in the second round (55th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft.

HONORS

• Three-time Pro Bowler (2009 and 2011-12)
• Associated Press second-team All-Pro (2009 and 2011)
• AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 15, 2010; Week 13, 2011; Week 17, 2011; Weeks 12 & 16, 2012)
• FedEx Ground Player of the Week (Week 14, 2009; Week 15, 2010; Weeks 13 & 17, 2011)
• GMC “Never Say Never Moment” (Week 8, 2011 and Week 12, 2012)
• His fourth-and-29 conversion at SD (11/25/12) was voted the NFL Play of the Year (2012)

CAREER

• Is the Ravens’ all-time leader in total yards from scrimmage (9,214)
• Ranks second in Ravens franchise history with 6,180 rushing yards (Jamal Lewis - 7,801) and is second in rushing TDs (37)
• Became the first player in Ravens franchise history to rush for 1,000 yards in four-consecutive seasons (2009-12)
• Dating back to 2009, Rice owns the NFL’s most total yards from scrimmage with 8,487 (5,726 rushing & 2,761 receiving), including 42 games when he’s gained 100-or-more total yards (second only to Adrian Peterson’s 44)
• With his 1,364 rushing yards and 704 receiving yards in 2011, Rice joined Pro Football Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk (four times) as the only players in league history to register at least 1,200 rushing yards and 700 receiving yards in multiple seasons (Rice finished the 2009 season with 1,339 rushing yards and 702 receiving yards)
• Led the NFL in yards from scrimmage with 2,068 (1,364 rushing and 704 receiving) in 2011...Rice was the only player to produce 2,000 yards from scrimmage in 2011...His 2,068 yards from scrimmage are second all-time in Ravens history (Jamal Lewis, 2,271 in 2003)
• Was one of three NFL players with 1,000 rushing yards and 400 receiving yards in 2012
• Produced a franchise-record 15 touchdowns (12 rushing and 3 receiving) in 2011
• Was one of two NFL players in 2009 (Tennessee’s Chris Johnson) to tally 2,000 yards from scrimmage (2,041), ranking second in the NFL with an average of 127.6 net yards per game
• Led the team with 78 receptions (for 702 yards and a TD) and also topped all NFL RBs in receptions and receiving yards in 2009, setting the Ravens’ RB single-season records in those categories
• Produced a career-high 233 yards from scrimmage, rushing a career-high 31 times for 153 yards and pulled in a team-high 5 receptions for 80 yards and a TD vs. NO (12/19/10)
• Rice’s 204 yards from scrimmage in the first half vs. Detroit in Week 14 of 2009 rank as the fourth most in an opening half in the NFL since 1991…Rice’s 12.8 yards per carry against Detroit rank as the highest mark in team history (min. 10 attempts)
• Ran for a Ravens’ postseason-franchise-record 159 yards and postseason-franchise-record-tying 2 TDs on 22 carries (7.2 avg.), including a career-long and franchise-postseason-record 83-yard TD rush (second longest in NFL postseason history), in the 33-14 victory in the Wild Card Game at NE (1/10/10)
• Is the second non-QB (WR Mark Clayton) in team history to throw a TD pass (1-yard toss to TE Ed Dickson at Sea. (11/13/11)

2013: (15/15) Became the Ravens’ all-time leader in total yards from scrimmage (9,214), after leading the team with 214 rushing attempts for 660 yards and 4 TDs...Also finished second on the team with 58 receptions for 321 yards
• Became the Ravens’ all-time leader in total yards from scrimmage (9,214), finishing second on the team with 7 receptions for 35 yards and rushed the ball 6 times for 15 yards in game 16 at Cin. (12/29)
• Totaled 109 yards, gaining 67 yards rushing and 42 receiving (on 5 receptions) in the 29-26 win in game 13 vs. Min. (12/8)
• Crossed the 6,000-yard rushing mark (6,002) with 32 rushing yards on 12 carries and tied for the team lead (Torrey Smith) with 6 receptions for 38 yards in the 22-20 victory in game 12 vs. Pit. (11/28)
• Led the Ravens with 25 carries for a season-high 131 yards (5.2 ypc) and 1 TD and had 3 receptions for 17 yards in game 10 at Chi. (11/17)
• Led the Ravens with 27 rushing attempts for 74 yards and 2 TDs (the 10th multi-TD game of his career) in the 26-23 victory in game 5 at Mia. (10/6)...Also added 28 receiving yards, giving him 102 yards from scrimmage his 40th career 100-scrimmage-yard game
• Was a game-day inactive (hip), missing his first game in 66-consecutive contests (was also the NFL’s longest starting streak by a RB at 43 contests) in game 3 vs. Hou. (9/22)
• Led the team with 12 rushes for 36 yards and 1 TD and posted a team-high 8 receptions for 35 yards in game 1 at Den. (9/5)

2012: (16/16, 4/4) Named to his second-consecutive Pro Bowl (third overall) after leading the Ravens with 257 rushing attempts for 1,143 yards (his franchise-record fourth consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season) and team-leading 9 TDs...Also finished tied for second on the team (TE Dennis Pitta) with 61 receptions for 478 yards and 1 TD...Concluded the season starting his 41st-consecutive game, tops among active NFL RBs
• Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after totaling 158 yards (107 rushing and 51 receiving) as one of two Ravens backs (Bernard Pierce - 123) to rush for 100 yards in the same game for the second time in team history (Le’Ron McClain - 139 and Willis McGahee – 108 on 12/20/08 at Dal.) in the 33-14 victory in game 15 vs. NYG (12/23)...Also finished second on the team with 6 receptions for 51 yards and a TD against the Giants... Rice’s 107-yard rushing output was his 17th-career 100- yard rushing performance
• Surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the fourth consecutive year, becoming the first player in franchise history to accomplish that feat, in game 14 vs. Den. (12/16)
• Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after producing 164 total yards (97 rushing and 67 receiving), including a 29-yard catch and run to convert a fourth and-29 that led to a game-tying FG six plays later, in the 16-13 overtime victory in game 11 at SD (11/25)
• Surpassed the 5,000-yard rushing barrier while carrying the ball 13 times for 35 yards and 1 TD in the 55-20 victory in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/11)
• Carried the ball 25 times for 98 yards and 1 TD (his 30thcareer rushing TD) in game 8 at Cle. (11/4)
• Produced his 15th-career 100-yard rushing game (17 att. for 102 yards) and pulled in 1 reception for 16 yards in the victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)
• Posted 394 yards from scrimmage (306 rushing and 88 receiving) and 2 rushing TDs, helping the Ravens average 410.3 yards per game during the playoff run to their Super Bowl XLVII victory

2011: (16/16, 2/2) Earned his second Pro Bowl nod after leading the NFL in yards from scrimmage with a career-high 2,068 yards...Produced a franchise-record 15 TDs (12 rushing and 3 receiving) as well as a career-high 1,364 rushing yards (tied for second-most in franchise history - Jamal Lewis, 2000) and led the team with 76 receptions for a career-high 704 yards...Became the second player in NFL history (Pro Football Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk - four times from 1998- 2001) to register at least 1,200 rushing yards and 700 receiving yards in multiple seasons (Rice finished the 2009 season with 1,339 rushing yards and 702 receiving yards)
• Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after producing 199 total yards, carrying the ball 24 times for 191 yards and 2 TDs, including a career-long 70-yarder on the fourth play from scrimmage in the 24-16 victory in the season finale at Cin. (1/1/12)...Recorded two TD runs of 50-plus yards (70 and 51) and helped the Ravens sweep the division with an 6-0 record to earn their first division title since 2006
• Totaled 149 yards, rushing 26 times for 103 yards (eclipsing the 100-yard rushing mark in back-to-back games for the first time in his career) in the 24-10 victory in game 13 vs. Ind. (12/11)...Led the team with 6 receptions for 46 yards
• Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Ground Player of the Week honors after producing a career-high 204 yards rushing (fourth most in franchise history), as part of a 290-yard rushing day for the Ravens (third most in franchise history) in the 24-10 victory in game 12 at Cle. (12/4)...Rice also logged a then-career long 67-yard jaunt and a TD against the Browns
• Totaled 147 yards, including his 11th-career 100-yard rushing game - finished with 104 yards and 2 TDs rushing - and pulled in 5 receptions for 43 yards in the 31-24 victory in game 10 vs. Cin. (11/20)...Set a then-career high with his 8th rushing TD and 10th-overall score of the season
• Finished second on the team with 8 receptions for 54 yards and threw his first-career TD pass (1-yard toss to TE Ed Dickson) in game 9 at Sea. (11/13)...Pass was the second ever Ravens TD pass by a non-QB...The last was at Cin. on 11/30/08 when WR Mark Clayton hit Derrick Mason
• Produced a career-high 3 rushing TDs (18 carries for 63 yards) and tied for the team lead (Anquan Boldin) with 7 receptions for 36 yards in the 30-27 victory in game 7 vs. Ari. (10/30)...Rice’s 3 second-half TDs sparked the Ravens’ 21-point comeback, the largest in franchise history
• Produced his 25th-career game with at least 100 combined yards from scrimmage (164 total - 83 receiving and 81 rushing) for an offense that posted a Ravens’ franchise record 553 total yards in game 3 at STL (9/25)
• Produced 158 combined yards (127 rushing and 31 receiving) in two playoff games...Rice became the Ravens’ all-time postseason yards from scrimmage leader (652 yards) and became the franchise’s postseason rushing leader (444 yards) in eight playoff games

2010: (16/14, 2/2) Led the team with a career-high 307 rushing attempts for 1,220 yards and a team-high 5 rushing TDs (tied with Willis McGahee)...Also finished second on the team with 63 receptions for 556 yards and 1 TD...Moved into second on team’s all-time rushing chart...Was also third in the NFL with 1,776 combined yards...Only player in the NFL with at least 250 total touches who did not fumble in 2010
• Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after he produced a career-high 233 yards from scrimmage, rushing a career-high 31 times for 153 yards and a TD and pulled in a team-high 5 receptions for 80 yards and a TD in game 14 vs. NO (12/19)...Rice topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the second-consecutive season
• Gained over 100 yards from scrimmage for the fourth straight game, posting 129 yards (82 rushing and 47 receiving), in the 17-10 win in game 11 vs. TB (11/28)
• Tallied a team-high 180 total yards (83 rushing and 97 receiving) in the 26-10 win in game 8 vs. Mia. (11/7)
• Led the team with 27 carries for 133 yards (first 100-yard game of the season) and a then-career-high-tying 2 TDs in the 31-17 victory in game 5 vs. Den. (10/10)...Ravens rushed for 233 yards, 4 TDs and a franchise-record 17 first downs
• Led the team with 89 rushing yards and 1 rushing TD and was second on the team with 12 receptions for 74 yards and a TD in two postseason games
• Led the team with 32 rushing yards and a rushing TD, plus led the team with a postseason-career-high 7 receptions for 32 yards in the Divisional Playoff Game at Pit. (1/15/11)

2009: (16/15, 2/2) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl nod after finishing second in the NFL in yards from scrimmage (2,041)... Became just the second player in franchise history to gain 2,000 scrimmage yards in a season (Jamal Lewis - 2,271 in 2003), while setting career highs in every category...His 1,339 rushing yards are the fourth-highest total in franchise history...His four 100-yard rushing games are tied for the third most in a single season in Ravens history...Also led the team – and all NFL RBs – with 78 receptions (for 702 yards and a TD) in addition to his 7 rushing TDs
• Became the first player to rush for 100 yards (30 for 141) against the Steelers after Pit. had not allowed a century rusher for 33-consecutive games in game 15 at Pit. (12/27)
• Topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the first time in his career and earned FedEx Ground Player of the Week honors after leading the team with 13 carries for 166 yards and a TD in the 48-3 win in game 13 vs. Det. (12/13)...Broke off runs of 59 and 52 yards as part of 308 rushing yards (second most in franchise history) and a franchise-record 5 rushing TDs as part of a Ravens’ then-franchise-record 548 total yards of offense...Also finished second on the team with 4 receptions for 53 yards before leaving the game in the third quarter with a chest injury
• Led the team with 194 total yards, setting career highs with 10 receptions for 117 yards (first-career 100-yard receiving game) and rushed 10 times for 77 yards, including a career-high 2 rushing TDs in game 6 at Min. (10/18)
• Started and carried the ball 11 times for 48 yards, including his first-career NFL TD (9-yard scamper), in the 34-3 victory in game 3 vs. Cle. (9/27)...Also had 4 receptions for 27 yards against the Browns
• Totaled 286 yards from scrimmage and a team-high 2 TDs (tying for the team lead with 12 points) in the postseason... Also led the team with 35 rushing attempts for 226 yards (6.5 avg.) and 2 TDs and led the team with 9 receptions for 60 yards in the playoffs
• Started his first-career postseason game and ran for a Ravens’ postseason-franchise-record 159 yards and postseason-franchise-record-tying 2 TDs on 22 carries (7.2 avg.), including a career-long and franchise postseason- record 83-yard TD rush (second longest in NFL postseason history), in the 33-14 victory in the Wild Card Game at NE (1/10/10)

2008: (13/4, 2/0) Finished third on the team with 107 carries for 454 yards, including a long of 60, despite missing the final three games of the season with a leg injury...Ranked fourth on the team with 33 receptions for 273 yards...Was part of a RB trio (Le’Ron McClain [902 yards] and Willis McGahee [671 yards]) who rushed for 2,027 of the Ravens’ 2,376 yards in 2008
• Started and exploded for 176 total yards, carrying the ball 21 times for a then-career-high 154 rushing yards – the most by any RB in the NFL in Week 9, including a then career- long 60-yard romp, which set up a Matt Stover go ahead FG in the fourth quarter in game 8 at Cle. (11/2)...Contest marked his first-career 100-yard rushing game... Also pulled in 3 receptions for 22 yards in the 37-27 win over the Browns

COLLEGE: Two-time All-America second-team honoree and 2007 Doak Walker Award finalist (nation’s top RB)…Entered the NFL Draft after his junior season...In 38 career games for the Scarlet Knights, Rice set all-time school rushing records with 910 attempts for 4,926 yards (5.4 avg.), 49 TDs and a long run of 90 yards...Rice is the first player in program history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three seasons...His string of eight consecutive 100-yard rushing games to close out 2007 set another school record, while his total of 25 100-yard games and six 200-yard rushing performances are also all-time Rutgers records...Rice’s 49 TD runs are topped only by Lee Suggs of Virginia Tech (53, 1999-2002) in Big East history... Second-team All-America selection by The NFL Draft Report, The Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press and Sports Illustrated, adding first-team honors from Rivals.com as a junior in 2007...Was a Doak Walker Award finalist, Maxwell Award (country’s top player) semi-finalist and first-team All-Big East performer...Set Big East and school records with 2,012 yards on 380 attempts... Also set a Scarlet Knights’ record with 24 rushing TDs and finished third nationally with an average of 154.8 ground ypg...Second-team All-America selection by The NFL Draft Report, Walter Camp Foundation, Associated Press, The Sporting News, Sports Illustrated and Rivals.com as a sophomore in 2006...Majored in communications at Rutgers.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Attended New Rochelle (NY) HS, where he was named to Madison Square Garden’s All-Heisman Team, was a first-team All-State choice and garnered team offensive MVP honors as a senior...In his final prep campaign, he carried 112 times for 1,192 yards (10.6 avg.) and 31 TDs...As a junior, Rice piled up 1,332 yards and 21 scores on the ground...Also played point guard for the basketball team, leading his school to the state finals in 2003-04...Ray and his wife, Janay, have a daughter, Rayven... Full name: Raymell Maurice Rice.

COMMUNITY: The Ray Rice Charitable Fund was established to streamline his community outreach in Baltimore and Ray’s hometown of New Rochelle, NY...Focuses on supporting programs that promote academic achievement and providing opportunities that encourage physical activity… Annually hosts a football camp for 600-plus youth in New Rochelle every June...Has hosted several football camp in May at Calvert Hall College in Towson to teach children fundamentals of football that are often overlooked by other camps and training regimens...Works with children with developmental and physical disabilities, heavily influenced by his mother, Janet, who teaches children with special needs...Continues to remain involved in promoting PLAY 60 and Fuel up to PLAY 60, the NFL movements for an active generation that eats right, and participated in Fuel up to PLAY 60 events at Davidsonville Elementary, Meade Middle School, Old Middle School, Hilton Elementary School and at the Nutrition and Physical Activity Learning Summit in Arlington, VA...In Nov. 2013, joined the Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association for an assembly at Hilltop Elementary School to speak to children about the importance of eating breakfast in the morning and it’s positive effects on their education and daily physical activities...In Dec. 2012, visited Stoneleigh Elementary School, winner of the NFL Super School title in the Baltimore area, and spoke to students about the importance of eating right and staying active...Has developed a strong relationship with the Helping Up Mission, annually working with the men’s homeless shelter to provide winter coats, holiday dinners and resources to homeless men in need... Helped to provide nearly 600 people with food, clothing and toiletries…Served lunch to hundreds at Our Daily Bread soup kitchen for the Thanksgiving holiday...Advocate for anti-bullying and participated in two forums called “A Ray of Hope” that encouraged youth to stop bullying one another... Conducted a third anti-bullying forum at Bel Air High School, MD...In Nov. 2013, hosted Ray Rice “Links of Kindness” event as part of his pro-kindness, anti-bullying campaign at Towson University…Attended the NFL Youth Football Camp in Puerto Rico with other NFL athletes...Support for his teammates’ and the organization’s community efforts by attending Torrey Smith’s All-Star Basketball Game (VA), Lardarius Webb’s Charity Bowling Classic and Annual Charity Softball Game, Vonta Leach’s Celebrity Billiards Tournament benefitting breast cancer research, James Ihedigbo’s Hope Africa Foundation Fundraiser, the Ravens Holiday Helpers event and ACT Auction Party.


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