Sports Radio Interviews: Ravens' Ray Rice

From Sports Radio Interviews, here is a short one written up yesterday by Eric Schmoldt:                                                Ray Rice had carried the ball 331 times without fumbling when he coughed it up in the second half of a playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in January. The miscue was one of many for the Ravens in that second half collapse that allowed the Pittsburgh Steelers to move on to the AFC Championship Game and then later the Super Bowl.

But Rice says it didn’t take him long to forget about it. Like a quarterback having to shake off an interception, he said he had to do the same with his fumble.

Of course, there’s been plenty more to think about during this lockout that has taken his mind away from that blunder. Like an 18-game season, for instance, that is one of the many sticking points in the lockout. Rice says he’s not all that worried about that, but moreso that he just gets to play football at all.

Ray Rice joined WFAN with Boomer and Carton to discuss what the Ravens have been doing practice-wise, how he keeps up to date on the lockout situation, the potential for an 18-game regular season and forgetting the fumble in the playoffs.

(Click on the link above to read or listen the interview in its entirety.)

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