Ray Rice has kept a low profile since his arrest for allegedly assaulting his fiancée Janay Palmer at an Atlantic City casino.
Usually somewhat active on twitter, he hasn't posted anything since Feb. 12, about a week before the now-infamous day where he and Palmer were both charged with assault.
Though he's kept himself out of the public eye, it appears Rice is doing what he can to stay in shape. Ravens coach John Harbaugh recently said that Rice played the 2013 season a bit heavier than the organization would have liked. And it looks like Rice has been working out to meet a weight goal for the 2014 campaign.
First, this tweet from the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson:
The Ravens have wanted Ray Rice to get down to his old playing weight of 207 pounds, he was at least 10 over that last season— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 14, 2014
Rice's personal trainer Kyle Jakobe saw this and responded:
@RavensInsider he's 210 as of 8:45am.— Kyle Jakobe (@KyleJakobe) March 14, 2014
Though Rice has plenty to worry about as it pertains to his legal situation, he is still keeping up with his offseason workout routine.
The Ravens will have Rice's back for the time being, at least until any new evidence is made public about the incident at the casino.
All Rice can do at this point is avoid the public and work out behind closed doors.