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By Jamison Hensley and The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2000
Jonathan Ogden reflected the pain of the Ravens' struggling offense, limping and grimacing on nearly every play. Ogden received a cortisone shot an hour before the game for his sprained right ankle and played basically on one leg against veteran pass rusher Bruce Smith in the Ravens' 10-3 loss yesterday to the Washington Redskins. Though Ogden couldn't move enough to shield Smith on running plays, he held Smith without a sack for the second straight year. "It was very sore," Ogden said.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
For a few tantalizing moments, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III looked like his old self again in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at FedEx Field. Then his star-crossed career came unraveled again. He was in the process of making one of the signature acrobatic plays that characterized his terrific 2012 season when he landed wrong on his left ankle and tumbled out of bounds in obvious agony. It appeared that he suffered a dislocation and he was carted off the field in apparent tears.
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By Cody Goodwin and The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez said Wednesday that he felt good after his first injury rehabilitation start Tuesday night for short-season Single-A Aberdeen. He threw 4 2/3 innings, struck out three batters and gave up just one run in the first real test of his sprained right ankle. Jimenez, who was put on the disabled list July 11, retroactive to July 8, said the most important thing was the way he felt covering first base and backing up throws. “That was the main thing, just to see how the ankle would respond,” he said.
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By Cody Goodwin and The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez said Wednesday that he felt good after his first injury rehabilitation start Tuesday night for short-season Single-A Aberdeen. He threw 4 2/3 innings, struck out three batters and gave up just one run in the first real test of his sprained right ankle. Jimenez, who was put on the disabled list July 11, retroactive to July 8, said the most important thing was the way he felt covering first base and backing up throws. “That was the main thing, just to see how the ankle would respond,” he said.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2013
Alex Len's agent said Thursday in an interview with The Baltimore Sun that the stress fracture and subsequent surgery that will sideline the former Maryland center for several months could impact where Len gets drafted next month, but added that many NBA scouts believe the 7-foot-1 player has "the biggest upside" of any of the big men available. Michael Lelchitski said Len's inability to showcase his skills in private workouts likely prevented the 19-year-old from Ukraine from moving up in the top 10, possibly into the No. 1 spot that many believe will go to Kentucky center Nerlens Noel or Kansas forward Ben McLemore. Len is projected by most recruiting analysts to be a lottery pick, taken anywhere from No. 5 to No. 12 according to many mock drafts.
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Baltimore Sun staff | August 12, 2013
Maryland safety Milan Collins will miss his entire freshman year with an ankle injury, according to the Terps' injury report released Monday Collins, a quarterback at Bishop McNamara, was a probable redshirt candidate as he transitioned to defensive back. Long snapper Christian Carpenter (knee), fullback Tyler Cierski (calf), JaJuan Dulaney (knee), wide receiver Taivon Jacobs (knee), wide receiver Deon Long (knee), defensive lineman Andre Monroe (toe), defensive lineman Kingsley Opara (shoulder)
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
For a few tantalizing moments, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III looked like his old self again in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at FedEx Field. Then his star-crossed career came unraveled again. He was in the process of making one of the signature acrobatic plays that characterized his terrific 2012 season when he landed wrong on his left ankle and tumbled out of bounds in obvious agony. It appeared that he suffered a dislocation and he was carted off the field in apparent tears.
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By Chris Korman | May 3, 2013
Late Thursday morning, trainer Kelly Breen spoke about his stable's lack of notoriety. "We call it flying under the radar," he said. "You guys might call it lack of respect. We're a small stable. We have some good horses. We've been to the Derby every other year. This is our third one. " On Friday, when his horse, Black Onyx, came up lame after a morning gallop, Breen announced that this would not, in fact, be his third Kentucky Derby. He scratched the winner of the Spiral -- which launched Animal Kingdom toward Derby glory in 2011 -- after X-rays revealed a non-displaced front chip in his front left ankle.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2012
Navy quarterback Trey Miller was held out of practice Monday after sustaining an ankle injury in Saturday's 28-21 overtime win at Air Force. With his left foot in a boot, Miller watched as freshman Keenan Reynolds ran most of the drills in preparation of Friday's game at Central Michigan. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said before practice in Annapolis that the protection on Miller's foot was "a precaution" and he wouldn't know until seeing how the junior responds to treatment whether he will play this week.
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By Edward Lee | December 5, 2012
ASHBURN, Va. - DeAngelo Hall hurt his ankle enough that he had to use crutches to make an appearance on a Washington, D.C. radio show Tuesday. Still, the Washington Redskins cornerback vowed that he would not sit out Sunday's home contest against the Ravens. “I feel all right,” Hall said after Wednesday's practice at the team's training facilty. “And like I said, there's no way I'm not playing this game. So it's a non-story.” Hall's availability is significant for Washington, which lost the services of nickel back Cedric Griffin after he was suspended for four games Tuesday for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2014
Mike Chanenchuk is not invincible, and he's smart enough to realize that. Maryland's leading scorer was limited by an injured ankle in the Terps' 12-6 victory over Navy on Saturday, but surely, he would be willing and able for Saturday's NCAA tournament first-round game against Cornell at 5 p.m. at Byrd Stadium in College Park, right? Not necessarily, Chanenchuk said. “I can't say that, just because it's kind of day-to-day right now,” the attackman said Tuesday afternoon.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2014
Home is where the Maryland men's lacrosse team wants to be for the first round of the NCAA tournament, and the No. 7 Terps might have ensured that scenario with a 12-6 victory over visiting Navy on Saturday. With the win, Maryland improved to 11-3 and appeared to lock up one of the eight seeds - and a guaranteed home game - in the first round of the tournament. It would be the third time in the last five seasons that the Terps have hosted an NCAA tournament contest at Byrd Stadium, where they are 7-0 this season.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
Maryland's 6-5 loss to Notre Dame in Friday's Atlantic Coast Conference semifinals was made worse by an ankle injury suffered by senior attackman Mike Chanenchuk. Chanenchuk, the No. 7 Terps' leader in goals (28) and assists (16), was shut out in that game, ending a streak of 35 straight contests with at least a point. But of greater concern was his health for the remainder of the season. Terps coach John Tillman described Chanenchuk's injury as “not bad.” “He got some treatment over the weekend,” Tillman said during his weekly conference call on Tuesday morning.
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Sports Digest | March 31, 2014
Former Raven O.J. Brigance and his wife, Chanda Brigance , will host the first Brigance Brigade 5.7K on Saturday in Canton. In honor of Brigance's jersey number, 57, the event will feature a timed 5.7K run as well as a 1-mile run/walk and a Kids' Fun Run. Proceeds will go toward furthering the mission of the Brigance Brigade Foundation, which helps empower people living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Brigance joined the Ravens in 2000, helped the team win Super Bowl XXXV and now works as the Ravens' senior advisor to player development.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - At age 20, Delmon Young was the top prospect in the game - a former No. 1 overall pick in a hurry to make his mark in the major leagues. But these days, after eight years in the big leagues, Young is definitely more patient with the process. Most veterans dread the hours spent on bus rides throughout Florida during spring training, but that's no problem for Young now that he's finally healthy following nearly three years of essentially playing on one leg. "It's actually fun," Young said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2014
The return of Clayton Wainer gave Mount St. Mary's a shot in the arm, but was it temporary? After being shelved for three games with a concussion suffered before a 15-5 loss to Delaware on Feb. 22, the junior midfielder made his customary start Sunday and scored one goal on eight shots in the team's 8-7 loss to Manhattan. “He looked strong,” coach Tom Gravante said of Wainer on Thursday. “He was aggressive. But as the game wore on, so did his body. His body got worn down a bit. We pretty much kept him out of practice throughout the week.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2013
After an X-ray taken of Alex Len's painful left ankle in early March came back negative, the the former Maryland center told his coaches that the pain began to decrease, a university spokesman said Saturday in explaining why Len didn't undergo an MRI until nearly a month later. The treatment by the school's training staff of Len - the potential No. 1 overall pick in Thursday's NBA draft - was called into question during an interview the former Terp conducted recently with NBA analysts Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons as part of their regular "Job Interview" segment with potential lottery picks.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1999
Baltimore resident Tamir Goodman of Takoma Academy, who recently accepted a full basketball scholarship to Towson University, suffered an ankle injury Tuesday night in a game against Bullis School and could be sidelined at least four to six weeks, his physician said yesterday.Goodman, who received national attention last season when he averaged 39 points for Pikesville's Talmudical Academy, suffered a severe sprain and partial torn ligament in his left ankle in the third period of a 65-62 loss to visiting Bullis of Montgomery County.
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By Dan Morhaim, Catherine Pugh and Enzo J. Leone | October 29, 2013
Most Marylanders are not aware of the shortage of one type medical specialists that will affect health care availability for decades: Podiatrists. Podiatry is the medical specialty that deals with foot and ankle injuries and disease. Don't laugh. This is serious business. With the aging of our population and the explosion in diabetes, we're likely to see more diabetic foot conditions. Left untreated or undertreated, this disease can progress to chronic infections and lower limb amputations, resulting in disabling and life-changing consequences.
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Baltimore Sun staff | August 12, 2013
Maryland safety Milan Collins will miss his entire freshman year with an ankle injury, according to the Terps' injury report released Monday Collins, a quarterback at Bishop McNamara, was a probable redshirt candidate as he transitioned to defensive back. Long snapper Christian Carpenter (knee), fullback Tyler Cierski (calf), JaJuan Dulaney (knee), wide receiver Taivon Jacobs (knee), wide receiver Deon Long (knee), defensive lineman Andre Monroe (toe), defensive lineman Kingsley Opara (shoulder)
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