UPDATE: Ravens RB Ray Rice: 'I could be out there Sunday'
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UPDATE: Ravens RB Ray Rice: 'I could be out there Sunday'

Update: Rice is officially listed as questionable on the injury report.

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Ravens running back Ray Rice @RayRice27 practiced all week, albeit in limited fashion. But three days of practice usually means a player is ready for the upcoming game. However, there seems to be some remaining doubt with Rice. He said Friday that "the week went as expected. It did feel good. Barring no setbacks, I could be out there Sunday." That is when the Ravens face the Bills and their 30th-ranked run defense.

Fantasy Analysis:

We would like to hear something more definitive than "could," but you should still expect Rice to be active this weekend. Perhaps he sees a few less carries than usual, but he is still a fine start against Buffalo. If he is ruled out on Sunday morning, backup running back Bernard Pierce @BPierce_30, who filled in for Rice last week against the Texans, carrying the ball 24 times for 65 yards and a touchdowns, would see another heavy workload and would be a strong RB2.

Source:
Aaron Wilson via Twitter

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