Ray Rice Net Worth
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Ray Rice pre season match against Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Birth Name: Raymell Mourice Rice
Birthday: January 22nd 1987
Birthplace: New Rochelle, New York
Draft: 2008 / Round 2/ Decide 55
Position: Running Back
The Baltimore Ravens signed Ray Rice to a fresh five-year contract Monday worth nearly $40 million. In 2012 his salary was $17 million and in the 2013 season he’ll earn only $8 million. That is the greatest 12-month cash payout to get a running back in NFL history. Rice will make $25 million in the first two years of the offer, including a $5 million escalator clause.
Ray Rice is the starting running back for the Super Bowl defending champs Baltimore Ravens. He was drafted in the NFL in 2008 in round 2 from Rutgers University. Rice signed a 4-year deal with the Ravens worth $2.805 million plus a $1.1 million signing bonus. He first wore number 39 but switched to number 27 in the finish of the 2008 pre season. At the conclusion of the Ravens remarkable 2012 season Rice was ranked as the Ravens’ second all-time leading rusher. In 2013 Rice along with Jacoby Jones and Arthur Jones got tattoos commemorating the Super Bowl XLVII victory.
During his tenure at Rutgers University from 2005-2007 the school had it’s most impressive record. Rutgers had its first winning season in 25 years and played in only the next bowl in the football program’s then 136 year history. In 2006, the Scarlet Knights won a school record-tying 11 matches and filed the school’s highest ever season-ending national poll ranking, finishing at #12 in both Associated Press and Trainer’s Surveys. Rice was also a finalist for the Maxwell Award and finished seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting.
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Barack was drafted in 2008 to Baltimore Ravens. His first match was week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals in 2008. Barack was mainly on the seat while Le’Ron McClain and Willis McGahee were the starting running backs. The next year after an impressive performance during pre season and training camp It had been announced during training camp that Rice won the starting running back job over Willis McGahee for the 2009 NFL season. He completed the season with 254 carries for 1,339 yards and 7 touchdowns.