After the game, Taylor insinuated that Rice spit in his face, which led to the lineman slapping the side of Rice's helmet. A league spokesman said Rice wasn't fined because the video of the incident was inconclusive. Taylor also wasn't fined.
Rice, who is dealing with a hip injury, hasn't spoken to reporters since the incident. Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended his player a day after the game.
"I watched it," Harbaugh said, "I didn't see that on the tape."
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton had a different opinion.
"All I know is what my player said to me, and I trust my players and we just moved on," Horton said. "That type of incident is one of the most degrading, humiliating things you can do to another football player. I just trust my player."
The Ravens play at Cleveland on Nov. 3.