Ravens say no known timetable for Rice

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the Ravens don't know when the NFL plans to discipline running back Ray Rice.

Rice, who was arrested and indicted for striking his then-fiancée this offseason, reportedly met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday. He pleaded not guilty to a third-degree charge of aggravated assault and was later accepted into a pretrial intervention program last month.

The league could fine and suspend Rice under the personal conduct policy. Rice was in attendance for all three days of the Ravens' mandatory minicamp, which ended Thursday.

Asked if he knew when the league would make a decision, Harbaugh said Thursday, "Not to my knowledge. I’m not aware of any timetable on that at all."

Rice was arrested and charged with simple assault-domestic violence on Feb. 15 after a physical altercation with Janay Palmer at the Revel Casino and Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Palmer also was charged in the incident. He was indicted by a grand jury in late March for allegedly striking Palmer. The two were married one day later.