Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Rice was released from a hospital Wednesday after a failed drug test, and he was not immediately available to be interviewed by reporters, the team said.

Rice was suspended for two games by the NFL for violating the league’s personal conduct policy after he was arrested Jan. 10 in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident.

He did not take part in practice or in meetings for the Ravens during the suspension.

Ricardo Villegas, the Ravens’ director of player personnel, told reporters Wednesday that Rice will undergo a physical before being evaluated by a doctor.

“We don’t know how long that process takes, but it will take a while,” Villeges said.

The Ravens released a statement late Wednesday afternoon.