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NFL player suspended for domestic violence arrest

Running back for the Ravens Ray Rice has been suspended for two games in September after he was arrested for a domestic violence incident, USA Today Sports reported on July 28.

Rice, 27, was reportedly arrested after he assaulted his fiance last February. The charges filed against Rice may be eliminated if he completes a diversion program. The NFL player will miss the season games against AFC North and the Pittsburgh Steelers in September, as his suspension takes effect on August 30. Rice, who underwent counseling, expressed disappointment about his two suspensions, but said that he and his fiance have learned from this incident.

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