'One-play memory' works for Langham

December 02, 1996|By Gary Lambrecht

Ravens cornerback Antonio Langham's sore hamstring looked quite normal yesterday, when he had seven solo tackles and broke up three passes.

He also gave up several completions to Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Charles Johnson, despite excellent coverage. It was probably Langham's best performance of the season.

"You've got to have a one-play memory at this position, and that's the approach I took today," Langham said. "We kept coming back to make a play today."

Pub Date: 12/02/96

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