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Rally for Super Bowl champ Ray Rice in New Rochelle

Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens running back who helped take the team to the Super Bowl and win in February, was congratulated and applauded in his hometown of New Rochelle on Saturday. Hundreds of fans turned out to hear the former New Rochelle High School player speak. (March 2, 2013) Videojournalist: Xavier Mascareñas

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