The Kickoff

October 30, 2005

Good morning --Jim Bowden -- With all the moves you make, we shouldn't be surprised you got Castro to Washington, even if it's just Bernie.

Question of the day

The Ravens' next five opponents -- the Steelers (twice), Bengals (twice) and Jaguars -- all have winning records. How many of those games will the Ravens win?

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THEY SAID IT

"It was a bit like watching the Ravens' offense - somewhat scripted, going nowhere."

Norman Chad

Syndicated columnist, on the sports-betting movie Two For The Money, starring Al Pacino

"NFL Films already has the title for one team's 2005 highlight video - Minnesota Vikings: Naked Bootleg."

Bud Geracie

San Jose Mercury News columnist

"He stars in the upcoming sitcom, Everybody Laughs At Raymond."

Greg Cote

Columnist for The Miami Herald, on rookie Raymond Felton promising that the Charlotte Bobcats (18-64 last season) will make the NBA playoffs

"I have a catch phrase: `You're fired.' Don King has a catch phrase: `Not guilty.'"

Donald Trump

During a celebrity roast of the famed boxing promoter

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