Atlantic City police say no further information is being released about the weekend arrest of a Pro Bowl NFL player.

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, 27, was arrested along with his 26-year-old fiancee, Janay Palmer, after a physical altercation inside the Revel casino.

Both were charged with simple assault and are scheduled to appear in Municipal Court next week, Sgt. Monica McMenamin said.

Two officers made the arrest just before 3 a.m. Saturday, after they were called to the casino by security. Only one officer's report has been completed, and it indicated neither party was injured and both refused medical attention.

Surveillance video shows both struck each other with their hands, according to the report.

Right now, the charges are believed to be adequate for what was shown, McMenamin said.

They could be upgraded if any more evidence is found.

Rice, who starred for Rutgers before entering the NFL, is a three-time Pro Bowler with the Ravens. After helping lead the Ravens to a Super Bowl title in February 2013, Rice struggled last season, rushing for 660 yards on 214 carries.

He has rushed for more than 1,000 yards in a season four times during his six-year career, with a career-high 1,364 yards in 2011.

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A graduate of Penn State University, I worked at the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland, before joining The Press in 2013.