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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | January 26, 2009
Just days after Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said he hoped star linebacker Ray Lewis would take a "hometown discount" on his next contract and end his career with the Ravens, Terrell Suggs went a step further. Suggs suggested that he and fellow linebackers Lewis and Bart Scott could all remain with the Ravens if they give the team a discount. Suggs, Lewis and Scott can become unrestricted free agents at the end of February. "We really don't want to play without one another because we've been playing together for so long," Suggs told Sirius NFL radio.
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By PETER SCHMUCK and PETER SCHMUCK,peter.schmuck@baltsun.com | December 7, 2008
N ews item: All-time stolen-base leader Rickey Henderson heads the list of first-time candidates and appears to be a lock to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame when the results of the balloting are announced in January. My take: Rickey was a character, but if you didn't enjoy watching him play, you weren't paying attention. There's a case to be made that - in his prime - he was the most exciting player in the history of the game. Just ask him. News item: Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis and the team have temporarily broken off contract talks after the negotiations hit a speed bump.
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By From Sun news services | November 10, 2008
The New England Patriots' win yesterday over the Buffalo Bills came with a significant loss. Linebacker Adalius Thomas (right), a former Raven who has started all nine games for the Patriots this year and is tied for the team lead with five sacks, suffered a broken left forearm in the first half of the Patriots' 20-10 win, ESPN reported, citing team sources. The sources were said to believe the injury will probably end Thomas' season. "It's not good. He's probably done" for the season, one source said.
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By mike preston and mike preston,mike.preston@baltsun.com | September 26, 2008
On Sunday, nearly 71,000 watched Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs dance after he sacked Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson. Was this jubilation over one play or the beginning of Suggs' coming-out party? After last season, doubts hung over Suggs. As the team fell way below expectations with a 5-11 record, Suggs' sack total dipped from 9 1/2 in 2006 to five. One of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL was no longer feared, at least until Sunday. "I did all right. It was a good way to get the year started," Suggs said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | February 12, 2008
The Ravens aren't going to let linebacker Terrell Suggs hit the open market when free agency begins at the end of the month. "We will be using the franchise tag on Terrell if we don't have a long-term deal in place between now and then," general manager Ozzie Newsome said yesterday. Despite having a career-low five sacks last season, Suggs would be one of the most sought-after free agents this year. By using the tag on Suggs, the Ravens would give him a one-year contract worth $8.065 million, the average of the five highest-paid linebackers in the NFL. If another team makes an offer to Suggs (which is unlikely to happen)
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2008
Ravens Pro Bowl left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden should retire. It's not that Ogden can't play at a high level anymore. In fact, he could play three or four more seasons and still be one of the best in the NFL. The problem is that Ogden is a perfectionist and is used to being the best. And when he isn't playing up to his expectations, it eats at him. At age 33, and after playing 12 pro seasons, Ogden can never meet his expectations again. What else is left for him to accomplish?
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November 16, 2007
Last week, we asked what should the Ravens do to improve their offense. The results: Bench Steve McNair (47.8 percent) Change the play-calling (35.0 percent) Run Willis McGahee more (14.3 percent) Change the offensive line (2.9 percent) This week's question: Who is the best pass rusher in Ravens history? A. Peter Boulware B. Michael McCrary C. Adalius Thomas D. Terrell Suggs To vote, go to baltimoresun.com/ravenspoll
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November 2, 2007
Where the Ravens fall in the latest power rankings: ESPN.com No. 14: The Ravens' Monday nighter at Pittsburgh is a critical AFC North battle. With two weeks to prepare, perhaps Brian Billick can come up with some fresh wrinkles for the offense. CBSSports.com No. 12: Did they get an offense during the bye week? Ray Lewis was right. Those fourth-and-one calls at Buffalo were dumb. Foxsports.com No. 14: Though it may be a little early to label any game a must-win, this one may just be that for the Ravens.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | October 25, 2007
Adalius Thomas issued a strong response to Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who called him "a coward" for critical comments Thomas made about his former team. "As far as calling me a coward, I think that goes to something personal," Thomas told Boston reporters yesterday. "I don't like it. I will address that with him personally myself. To attack my integrity and say you had to make a scheme up for me ... I didn't know they made up outside linebacker for me. I know he was crying about a big guy in the middle so you can keep blockers off of you. I mean, I don't know if that's a scheme made for you or not."
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October 21, 2007
Today ARIZONA at WASHINGTON CARDINALS -- Out: LB Karlos Dansby (knee), S Aaron Francisco (knee). Questionable: DE Joe Tafoya (hamstring), QB Kurt Warner (left elbow), S Adrian Wilson (hamstring). Probable: WR Anquan Boldin (hip), T Levi Brown (ankle), WR Sean Morey (concussion). REDSKINS -- Out: G Randy Thomas (triceps). Questionable: T Stephon Heyer (hamstring), CB Shawn Springs (player decision), LB Marcus Washington (hamstring). Probable: G Pete Kendall (hamstring), WR Santana Moss (hamstring)
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