I go places, it's like home.
Ray Rice has been out of the league since 2013 after a video showed him punching his fiancée in an elevator, leading the NFL to suspend him in 2014. "I'm never going to give up".
"The reason why I'm not playing football, you do the dots", Rice said, via ESPN.
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"I can still play football", Rice said per Hensley. While at Torrey Smith's charity basketball game, Rice reflected on his absence from the game. It ain't because I'm a bad football player and that's just keeping it real. The NFL looked to make him its poster boy for how tough it was being on domestic violence, handing him an indefinite suspension that was overturned on appeal.
Rice hasn't played since the revelation of a security tape showing him knocking his then-fiance unconscious. "I'm never giving up and never giving in".
Rice rushed for 6,180 yards and scored 70 touchdowns and also caught 369 passes for 3,064 yards in six National Football League seasons.
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Rice is a three-time Pro Bowl running back who totaled a Ravens record 9,214 yards from scrimmage.
It's highly unlikely any team gives him a chance after sitting out the past three seasons, but Rice is still holding out hope.
In his last full season in the NFL, Rice had 660 and averaged only 3.1 yards per carry.
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