ESPN's Adam Schefter reports four teams, including the Colts and Saints, have "looked into signing" free agent Ray Rice.
Free agent Ray Rice has won his appeal and will be reinstated to the NFL.
A source tells ESPN's Ed Werder that the Colts have no interest in free agent Ray Rice even if Rice is reinstated.
SI's Peter King says it's unlikely the NFL will be able to keep Ray Rice suspended.
Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension has been set for November 5-6.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports suspended RB Ray Rice could be reinstated by mid-November.
Sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter that free agent Ray Rice's appeal will argue the videotape from the elevator was edited.
The NFLPA has officially filed an appeal on Ray Rice's indefinite suspension.
Free agent RB Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension Monday.
Appearing on CBS Evening News Tuesday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell left open the possibility of suspended RB Ray Rice eventually being reinstated.
The NFL has suspended Ray Rice indefinitely.
Ravens released RB Ray Rice.
Yahoo! Sports' Dan Wetzel has been "texting with team officials around the NFL," and the belief around the league is that the Ravens will release Ray Rice.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says the NFL had not seen the video of Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee in a New Jersey elevator when it suspended Rice two games for domestic violence.