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By EDWARD LEE | November 2, 2007
A second-round pick in the 2005 draft, Ravens offensive tackle Adam Terry is scheduled to take the field Sunday for the first time since spraining his left ankle against the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 7. A New York native who played at Syracuse, Terry longs for the upstate area's weather. Do you miss the winters you got in your hometown of Queensbury, N.Y.? Yeah. It's not very often in Maryland that you go out and you see 3 feet of snow that accumulated overnight. But on the other hand, it's nice to walk outside and not have to shovel ever.
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By Edward Lee | October 10, 2011
Oct. 7, 2007 The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers, but the 9-7 score foretold an ominous ending. The offense's only scoring punch came from kicker Matt Stover. The team lost center Mike Flynn (right knee) and left tackle Adam Terry (left ankle), forcing the coaches to insert three rookies -- (Jared Gaither, Ben Grubbs and Marshal Yanda) -- into the offensive line. The extended absences of left tackle Jonathan Ogden, tight end Todd Heap, defensive end Trevor Pryce and cornerback Samari Rolle to injuries and illnesses contributed to the Ravens finishing 5-11 and ushering the departure of coach Brian Billick, the franchise leader in career coaching wins.
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By MIKE PRESTON | May 3, 2008
In two minicamps under first-year coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens' offensive line has been a revolving door. But if there is one player the team would like to see help end the shuffle, it's fourth-year offensive tackle Adam Terry. If Terry finally plays up to the Ravens' expectations, he could be the replacement for Pro Bowl left tackle Jonathan Ogden if Ogden decides to retire. If Ogden doesn't, then Terry could be the starting right tackle. If, if, if ... And if Terry doesn't start this season, he could be in the unemployment line by the beginning of next season.
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By Jamison Hensley | October 2, 2009
Each week, Baltimore Sun reporter Jamison Hensley will answer fans' questions about the Ravens. To submit a question, e-mail sports@baltsun.com. Provide your name, the city you live in and phone number so we can verify the e-mail. HEY, JAMISON: : I've read multiple reports that Paul Kruger has refused to play special teams, which is why the Ravens have kept him off the active roster for each of the first three games of the season. Have you heard the same, or does he just not have the skill set to do so?
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 19, 2007
Adam Terry's No. 1 fan is his mother, Cindy. No. 1a might be Emily Rose Locklin. Who is Emily Rose Locklin? She's a 20-year-old developmentally disabled woman from Terry's hometown of Queensbury, N.Y., who has shown the Ravens offensive tackle the power of determination and the hope in humanity. Ravens@Seahawks Sunday, 4:15 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Off the board
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 7, 2005
Cornerback Samari Rolle will be fined but not suspended by the NFL after settling charges in an offseason domestic violence case. Rolle will lose one week's pay, about $58,823, or one-seventeenth of his $1 million salary this season. He will, however, be in uniform when the Ravens face the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night, primarily because Rolle had never been in any serious trouble with the league before. "Samari has taken full responsibility for the offseason incident," Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 23, 2005
Sun columnist Mike Preston's responses to reader's questions about the NFL draft and the Ravens will appear this week. Bill, Salisbury: It seems The Wizard of Ozz has done it again - found help at WR, DL, and OL in the first 3 picks with guys that shouldn't have been there for the Ravens to pick. Is this year an example of good luck for the Ravens or just poor drafting by other teams (assuming these guys perform near expectations)? Mike Preston: Patrick, London, U.K.: I've seen Mark Clayton play and the man is a game-breaker.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | November 24, 2008
ED REED REPEATS HISTORY: The Ravens' free safety broke his NFL record by returning an interception 108 yards for a touchdown, contributing to the Ravens' 24-point fourth quarter. His previous league mark was 106 yards, set in November 2004 against the Cleveland Browns. DEFENSE REBOUNDS: After allowing 30 points to the New York Giants a week ago, the Ravens forced five turnovers (four interceptions and one fumble), held the Eagles' offense without a point and played a part in sending quarterback Donovan McNabb to the bench at halftime.
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By Edward Lee | August 5, 2009
GOOD START ...: : The offense opened a live red-zone drill by scoring on its first three possessions with Flacco tossing a 1-yard touchdown pass to Williams, Smith firing a 20-yard scoring strike to Washington, and running back Ray Rice scoring on a 6-yard rush through the left side. ... BUT A POOR FINISH: : The last three series of that exercise ended with field goals of 37 and 21 yards and Frank Walker's interception of a pass from Smith intended for Harper. INJURIES: : Wide receivers Mark Clayton (left hamstring)
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By MIKE PRESTON | May 5, 2007
Ravens starting right guard Keydrick Vincent has a great sense of humor, and it was on display when he was asked about the club taking Auburn guard Ben Grubbs in the first round of last weekend's NFL draft. "We did? We took a guard?" Vincent asked, laughing. "I didn't know that." There are some who believe it's just a matter of time before Grubbs replaces Vincent, but Vincent isn't one of them. In fact, he welcomes the competition, which began yesterday with the rookie minicamp. With Grubbs and third-round pick Marshal Yanda, a guard-tackle from Iowa, added to the mix, the Ravens will have their stiffest competition on the offensive line since their first season in 1996, when they had tackles Tony Jones and Orlando Brown, guards Jonathan Ogden (he played that position only as a rookie)
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By Edward Lee | August 5, 2009
GOOD START ...: : The offense opened a live red-zone drill by scoring on its first three possessions with Flacco tossing a 1-yard touchdown pass to Williams, Smith firing a 20-yard scoring strike to Washington, and running back Ray Rice scoring on a 6-yard rush through the left side. ... BUT A POOR FINISH: : The last three series of that exercise ended with field goals of 37 and 21 yards and Frank Walker's interception of a pass from Smith intended for Harper. INJURIES: : Wide receivers Mark Clayton (left hamstring)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | August 1, 2009
Ed Reed and Marshal Yanda - two players who had been on the physically-unable-to-perform (PUP) list - surprised many fans by participating Friday in the Ravens' first full-team training camp practice at McDaniel College in Westminster. Despite enduring a nerve impingement in his neck last season, Reed, a five-time Pro Bowl free safety, led the NFL with nine interceptions and scored three touchdowns during the regular season, adding two interceptions and a return for a touchdown in the postseason.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | May 20, 2009
The Ravens explained Tuesday that veteran offensive tackle Willie Anderson decided to retire because his legs could no longer carry the workload. There are no such questions about Michael Oher. The Ravens' first-round pick worked at right tackle with the first team, the second team, the third team ... Throughout team drills of Tuesday's passing camp, Oher continually showed why the Ravens aren't sweating Anderson's departure. He looked strong, athletic and surprisingly polished. "I won't say [the NFL]
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By Jamison Hensley | jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | December 21, 2008
The Ravens closed out venerable Texas Stadium by making some history of their own. Le'Ron McClain's 82-yard touchdown run - the longest by a visiting back in the stadium's 37-year existence - finished off the Ravens' critical 33-24 victory over the Dallas Cowboys and ruined the much-anticipated celebration. The Ravens (10-5) now need only a victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10) next Sunday in the regular-season finale to clinch a playoff berth. Their path to the postseason remained clear because they hurdled a tough roadblock against the Cowboys (9-6)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 19, 2008
Every week seems to pit Ravens offensive tackle Jared Gaither against a Pro Bowl-caliber defensive end or outside linebacker. Gaither wouldn't have it any other way. "I welcome any competition, I welcome any challenge, and I'm going to go out there and give it my best," he said. "Any player that doesn't [relish a challenge], I don't think he has a true love for the competition. Just work hard and get the job done." After tangling with the Pittsburgh Steelers' James Harrison (twice), the Miami Dolphins' Joey Porter, the Houston Texans' Mario Williams and the Indianapolis Colts' Dwight Freeney, Gaither gets another test in Pro Bowl outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware when the Ravens visit the Dallas Cowboys tomorrow night.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | December 19, 2008
Each week, Baltimore Sun reporter Jamison Hensley will answer questions about the Ravens. To submit a question, e-mail sports@baltsun.com. Give your name and phone number so we can verify the e-mail. : HEY, JAMISON: : Two years ago when the Ravens were 13-3 and Trevor Pryce was healthy (unlike last year), didn't he play on the end, rushing the passer in tandem with Terrell Suggs? I keep hearing how he's double-teamed and held constantly, and every time I spot him, it looks like he's playing nose tackle.
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By Edward Lee and Jamison Hensley and Edward Lee and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTERS | August 22, 2008
Tight end Adam Bergen has gone from the unemployment line to the top of the Ravens' depth chart. Less than a year removed from being waived by the Dallas Cowboys before the start of the 2007 season, Bergen found himself running with the first offense, starting in the Ravens' two preseason games this summer. While two-time Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap (right calf) and Daniel Wilcox (offseason toe surgery) have been sidelined, Bergen, 6 feet 4, 267 pounds, who was signed by the Ravens on July 22, has impressed coaches with his durability and pass-catching skills.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 8, 2008
New Orleans Saints starting cornerback Tracy Porter will miss the rest of his rookie season after dislocating his right wrist during Monday night's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Porter had surgery on the wrist and the Saints decided yesterday afternoon to place him on injured reserve, team officials told the Associated Press. Porter hurt the wrist while attempting to defend a desperation heave by Minnesota's Gus Frerotte. Bernard Berrian caught the pass for the tying touchdown as he collided with teammate Aundrae Allison, Porter and Saints safety Josh Bullocks near the goal line.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 1, 2008
CINCINNATI - Le'Ron McClain was one of the last Ravens players remaining in the visiting locker room at Paul Brown Stadium yesterday partly because he was ready to play some more. "I'll probably feel it tomorrow, but now I'm pretty hyped," he said with a grin on his face. "The adrenaline is still pumping, man." For the second consecutive week, McClain, officially listed as a fullback, led the team in rushing. After running for a career-high 88 yards in a 36-7 win over the Philadelphia Eagles the previous Sunday, McClain gained 86 yards on 25 carries in the Ravens' 34-3 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | November 28, 2008
As a defensive end, Marques Douglas yearns to record the first sack of his third stint with the Ravens. But he understands that the goals of the defense supersede his personal objectives. "Very hungry," Douglas said about wanting to get his first sack since Nov. 18, 2007, with the San Francisco 49ers. "I'm brought here - No. 1 - to stop the run and play the pass. But at the same time, I don't want to go out of my way to hurt this defense. If I stay the course, it'll happen this year. I've been close."
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