Since his recent arrest, Ray Rice has stayed out of the spotlight.
The Ravens, at least for the time being, have stayed behind him as they wait for the facts to play out. Both Rice and his fiancée, Janay Palmer, were arrested for assaulting each other at an Atlantic City, N.J. casino last month.
Now, the two are taking the next step to work out their differences as a soon-to-be married couple. Toward the end of Dennis Pitta's press conference on Wednesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Rice and Palmer will attend a couples seminar to help them work through this.
Harbaugh said he has spoken with Ray Rice in recent weeks. He said Rice and his fiancee planning to attend couples seminar.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 5, 2014
During the press conference, Harbaugh said he has spoken to Rice quite a bit in recent weeks. He added that everything he's told the organization has been truthful and that nothing he's said has been proven otherwise.
A few days after Rice and Palmer's arrests became public knowledge, a video of Rice dragging what appeared to be an unconscious Palmer out of an elevator surfaced on the internet via TMZ.
Police have claimed they have video evidence of both Rice and Palmer assaulting each other.
But as long as Rice's story continue to checks out, as Harbaugh said, it appears the Ravens will stand behind him.