Ray Rice Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement.
Ray Rice Net Worth – Ray Rice is a famous and well-known American football running back who already has draws the huge attention NFL fans by his excellent sporting performance.
Born on January 22, 1987, the player played his entire professional career with the Baltimore Ravens.
Rice was born to parents Janet Rice and Calvin Reed in New Rochelle, New York on January 22, 1987. He is a well-known professional American football player, had a hard childhood.
His father died in a car crash when he was just 1 year old, too young to comprehend what was happening around him.
Ten years later, death struck once more, when his cousin and father-figure were killed in another car crash. He was raised by his mom alongside his three siblings in New Rochelle. He married Janay Palmer in 2014 and he has a daughter named Raylan.
Rice lived with his family in an apartment on public assistance. Ray began to work at a young age of 8 in order to support the family.
His early jobs involved sweeping up hair at a barber’s shop for dollar tips, washing dishes at a catering hall, and counseling at a summer camp.
Ray Rice smiles tenderly at his new wife Janay as they celebrate their wedding in front of friends and family.
Photos show the Ravens running back tying the knot with his long-time girlfriend and mother of his young daughter Rayven in March – with the couple saying ‘I Do’ against a backdrop of white blooms festooned with crystals.
However, it was a day marred by the fact that just 24 hours before the ceremony, Rice was indicted by a grand jury on third-degree aggravated assault for allegedly striking Janay unconscious in a hotel elevator in Atlantic City.
Clad in a smart, three-piece grey suit with black bow tie, Rice – who was fired on Monday after new video evidence emerged of him beating his wife unconscious in the February incident – sweeps Janay, wearing an ornate sequinned gown and tiara, on to the dance floor.
After the 2011 season, Rice was coming off his best year yet: 2,068 total yards from scrimmage to go along with 15 touchdowns.
The Ravens promptly rewarded his talents with a 5-year, $40 million contracts. But it didn’t end there. Ray’s contract was frontloaded, with $17 million arriving in the first year alone, of which $15 million was paid as a signing bonus.
Between July 2012 and March 2013 alone, Ray earned a total of $25 million in salary and bonuses from the Ravens. Ray then received an additional $7 million option bonus at the end of the 2013-2014 season.
Since his career started in 2008, Ray has earned a total of $38 million in NFL salary and bonuses. By being cut, Ray loses out on $10 million in salary from the final three years of the deal he signed in 2011.
And we haven’t even talked about endorsement money yet. Less than an hour ago, Nike announced it had terminated its endorsement deal with Ray.
Ray is now the fourth athlete in history that Nike has booted for PR/morality clause reasons. The other athletes are Lance Armstrong, Justin Gatlin, and Michael Vick (although Vick was eventually re-signed).
Surely other corporations are soon to follow Nike’s lead, which will cost the running back untold millions more. Just a few minutes ago EA announced that this Friday they will be releasing a roster update to Madden NFL 15 that will remove Ray from the game.
Ray Rice holds the New York state record for yards accumulated in a single game with 462 yards gained on 42 carries on October 24, 2004.
Ray Rice played running back at Rutgers University from 2005-2007. During his freshman year in 2005, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights had the team’s first winning season and went to the school’s second bowl game in the football program’s then 136-year history.
Led by Ray Rice, the Scarlet Knights won a school record-tying 11 games in 2006 and finished the season with Rutgers’ highest ever end of season ranking at number 12 in both the AP and Coach’s Polls.
Ray Rice was selected in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft with the 55th overall pick by the Baltimore Ravens.
As of the 2013 season, Ray Rice is the Baltimore Ravens’ second all-time leading rusher. Ray Rice was a member of the Super Bowl XLVII Champions team and the 2012 AFC Champion team. He was been selected to the Pro Bowl three times, in 2009, 2011, and 2012.
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