Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice issued an apology and thank you in a letter to the city of Baltimore.
It has been almost a year since former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice assaulted his wife in a casino elevator and dragged her unconscious body after beating her.
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After being suspended for only two games, a TMZ video of Rice’s assault surfaced, which caused him to be released from the Ravens and suspended indefinitely.
Although he has been eligible for reinstatement for months, Rice has been unable to find a team that is willing to sign him and give him a second chance.
Rice expressed his remorse for his actions, and he announced that he will leave the city of Baltimore and head back to New York while apologizing and thanking the people of Baltimore in a statement, which was released by the Baltimore Sun.
He expressed his gratitude toward the Ravens organization and his gratefulness for being able to be part of a Super Bowl championship team.
However, he still has a deep hole to crawl out of to be able to find another NFL team to play with due to his soiled reputation and the increasingly firm stance on domestic violence in the league.