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Jamison Hensley, ESPN
“If everybody was one-strike-and-you’re-out, then we’d all be in trouble,” Bisciotti told ESPN at the NFL owners meetings Monday. “When somebody repeats mistakes, it’s showing a lack of character to me. You can’t take what Ray’s done — the kind of locker-room influence he’s been and the kind of community commitment that he’s shown — and say he’s a different person.”
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said the team may not be so forgiving if Ray Rice gets in trouble again.
Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence on Feb. 15 after a physical altercation with his fiancée at an Atlantic City casino. No court date has been set.
Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com
John Harbaugh’s disappointing follow-up to winning a Super Bowl had a surprising postscript. The Baltimore Ravens gave him an extension.
Ravens owner Steve Biscotti said Monday that Harbaugh was given a one-year extension, according to The Baltimore Sun. Harbaugh is now signed for the next four seasons.
Shehan Peiris, Bleacher Report
Fortunately for the Baltimore Ravens, they have the best general manager in the business running their show so they don’t have many moves earning a place in the “worst” category. Conversely, they made a number of additions that will rank as some of the best moves in the league when all is said and done.
Now that the free agency furor has died down, we can step back and reflect on the moves Baltimore made (or didn’t make), and then evaluate them in the grand scheme of the roster as a whole. To nobody’s surprise, every move Newsome has made has been perfect for the Ravens.