Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that former Ravens RB Ray Rice has filed a grievance against the Ravens challenging the team’s decision to terminate his contract on September 8.
Rice is also contending that the Collective Bargaining Agreement allows for a player to be punished just once for the same infraction.
Florio adds that should Rice win both of his grievances, he would be eligible to receive $3.52 million from the Ravens.
Georgia is applying to have junior RB Todd Gurley’s reinstatement on Wednesday after they conducted their investigation into the matter regarding him receiving money for signed memorabilia. (The Macon Telegraph)
- HC Bruce Arians mentioned that QB Carson Palmer is getting “real close” to being 100 percent healthy. (Alex Marvez)
- said it’s doubtful TE Troy Niklas (ankle) will play Sunday. (Alex Marvez)
- Arians did, however, say that he’s optimistic that they will get DE Calais Campbell (knee) back this week. (Alex Marvez)
Mike and Maurkice Pouncey will not be charged for the incident that occurred this summer that allegedly involved them assaulting a man, according to their attorney.
“As expected, the Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney has determined that the Pouncey brothers should not be charged in connection with an altercation that occurred at the Cameo Nightclub on July 12, 2014,” said attorney Jeff Ostrow, via the Miami Herald. “This further confirms that the previous claim that the brothers were involved was false and fabricated by individuals seeking notoriety and monetary gain.”
These reports of @MoneyLynch going off and not wanting to get on bus are absurd. Please report accurate stories and not bogus ones.
— Doug Hendrickson (@DHendrickson41) October 22, 2014