Ray Rice's Nike Contract Canceled Over Punch Video

Nike deal is latest Ray Rice has lost.

Nike spokesman KeJuan Wilkins confirmed to ESPN.com that the former Ravens running back was no longer on the roster of the world's largest sports shoe and apparel maker.

Rice was also removed the recently released Madden NFL 15 video game, Electronic Arts announced today.

Rice's only comment since the the video surfaced Monday was when he told ESPN today that he is in "good spirits" and "staying strong for my wife."

Ray Rice Cut By Ravens After Video of Elevator Punch

Ray Rice Jerseys Dumped by Fans and Stores

Rice lost another endorsement deal from a jump training program called VertiMax. VertiMax CEO Michael Wehrell initially stood by Rice in February, after the first video of Rice dragging his fiancee out of an Atlantic City casino elevator emerged. But, on Monday, Wehrell said his company decided to cut its association with Rice in June.

Rice jerseys were pulled off shelves at sporting goods retailers Dick's Sporting Goods and Modell's on Monday and were no longer available for sale at the NFL Shop, the league's official online website. On Tuesday, the Ravens announced they would allow fans to exchange Ray Rice jerseys at some point, though the details of the program have not yet been specified.