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Ray Rice on Ravens, Cameron, Flacco, and Ray Rice

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For those of you who missed Tuesday’s PFT Live and didn’t watch the on-demand content or download the iTunes version, we’re going to give you another opportunity to ignore the show.

Ravens running back Ray Rice spoke about a variety of issues, and he demonstrated a healthy perspective regarding the team’s inability to get back to the Super Bowl.

Rice also addressed the future of offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, quarterback Joe Flacco’s desire for a new contract, and Rice’s own contract situation.

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8 Responses to “Ray Rice on Ravens, Cameron, Flacco, and Ray Rice”
  1. youguysaretotalnerds says: Jan 25, 2012 9:34 AM

    Not a chance Rice leaves Baltimore. He also won’t get a ridiculous deal because the franchise holds the leverage in any negotiations due to their ability to Franchise Tag him for 2 years, leaving him with the decision to either sign a bargain-deal, or risk injury in a franchise tag year and get significantly less due to injury concerns when the year is up. He will get the tag until they work it out.

    Rice has had a refreshing perspective following this loss. All he has done is say the right things. And he’s right. Tough loss, but no excuses and no feeling sorry for themselves. They left it all on the field. Sometimes you just come up short.

  2. bowman11 says: Jan 25, 2012 9:50 AM

    So is it a done deal you think that Manning is going to be cut loose by Indy? I think if he does, he signs with Baltimore the next day. Flacco is still on rookie contract and has a year left so he is insurance policy. Ray Lewis coming back, a RB with Ray Rice, pretty good WR if you think that Boldin and Torrey Smith are there and why wouldn’t Reggie Wayne, who is a free agent come there also for a one year deal.

  3. aaroncurryisbust says: Jan 25, 2012 9:54 AM

    The Ravens will never get anywhere with Joe Flaccid at QB. The stigma of just being associated with Flaccid caused Evans to drop that pass and Cundiff to miss that kick.

  4. pftcensorssuck says: Jan 25, 2012 11:26 AM

    Ray Rice ……… isn’t he the guy who was supposed to run all over that horrible Patriots defense ……. the one that made him practically invisible last Sunday????

    PARTIOTS ARE GOING TO THE SUPER BOWL!!!!!!!!

    How’s THAT taste, haters??????

  5. xtb3 says: Jan 25, 2012 12:24 PM

    Cam Cameron is done in Baltimore! When Harbaugh pushed him angily before they tried on 4t down, showed all the unhappiness with his playcalling that has been terrible for years. Rice’s avoidance of really stating the truth about Cameron tells, me at least, that Cameron will not be back.

  6. bunkmcnulty says: Jan 25, 2012 12:26 PM

    aaroncurryisbust says:
    Jan 25, 2012 9:54 AM
    The Ravens will never get anywhere with Joe Flaccid at QB. The stigma of just being associated with Flaccid caused Evans to drop that pass and Cundiff to miss that kick.
    __________________

    I have to say that highly intelligent quotes like this is why I keep coming back to PFT. I am in awe of the football acumen of this aaroncurry genius,

    What a moron!

  7. golonger says: Jan 25, 2012 1:20 PM

    “When Harbaugh pushed him angily before they tried on 4t down, showed all the unhappiness with his playcalling that has been terrible for years.” – it wasnt Cameron idiot!

  8. dissed215 says: Jan 25, 2012 1:40 PM

    xtb3 says:
    Jan 25, 2012 12:24 PM
    Cam Cameron is done in Baltimore! When Harbaugh pushed him angily before they tried on 4t down, showed all the unhappiness with his playcalling that has been terrible for years. Rice’s avoidance of really stating the truth about Cameron tells, me at least, that Cameron will not be back.

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    Great post, except for the fact that it wasn’t Cam that Harbaugh pushed. So, I take back that “great post” comment.

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