Report: Ray Rice gets married

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is reportedly now a married man. The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Rice and Janay Palmer were married on

The couple married shortly after Rice was indicted

The couple married shortly after Rice was indicted on aggravated assault charges for the February 2014 incident.

NEW ROCHELLE - Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is reportedly now a married man.

The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Rice and Janay Palmer were married on Friday night in a ceremony that had been planned for a couple weeks.

The nuptials comes just one day after Rice was indicted on aggravated assault charges against Palmer. Rice was arrested back in February for domestic assault. He allegedly struck Palmer unconscious while at a hotel in Atlantic City.

Michael Diamondstein, Rice's attorney, issued a statement on Thursday saying that neither Rice or Palmer wished to move forward with the case.

The couple has reportedly been going to counseling.

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