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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis called Terrell Suggs a “[expletive] loser” on his Twitter feed today after he took offense to comments made by the Ravens linebacker on a San Francisco-based radio show. Making an appearance on KNBR 680-AM largely to promote “The Coalition,” a movie he co-wrote, Suggs was asked about comments made by teammate Cary Williams following the Ravens' 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3. Williams, a starting cornerback who was involved in a post-whistle scrum during the Super Bowl that led to him pushing a game official, called the 49ers “fake tough guys” and “pretenders” in the locker room after the game.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
The fact that Towson running back Terrance West leads the Football Championship Subdivision in rushing yards and touchdowns is no accident. One of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award, given to the top player in the FCS, the junior is blessed with a unique blend of power, vision and speed. He is also blessed with a massive offensive line that opens holes that concrete mixers could plow through. "Those guys are awesome," West (Northwestern) said of the front five. "They got better each and every game and each and every year that I've been here.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,stephen.kiehl@baltsun.com | November 29, 2008
An Army master sergeant who grew up in Baltimore and graduated from St. Frances Academy was killed Tuesday while distributing food on a humanitarian mission in Biaj, Iraq, the Department of Defense said. Master Sgt. Anthony Davis, 43, had served in the Army for 26 years and was planning to retire when his tour ended, said his brothers and sisters, who gathered yesterday in Baltimore's Harwood neighborhood to remember the man who loved the Army so much they called him "G.I. Joe." Sergeant Davis was married and had five children and one grandchild.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis called Terrell Suggs a “[expletive] loser” on his Twitter feed today after he took offense to comments made by the Ravens linebacker on a San Francisco-based radio show. Making an appearance on KNBR 680-AM largely to promote “The Coalition,” a movie he co-wrote, Suggs was asked about comments made by teammate Cary Williams following the Ravens' 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3. Williams, a starting cornerback who was involved in a post-whistle scrum during the Super Bowl that led to him pushing a game official, called the 49ers “fake tough guys” and “pretenders” in the locker room after the game.
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January 3, 2000
Basketball Timberwolves: Signed free-agent C Eric Riley. Football Bears: Agree to terms with G Chris Villarrial on four-year, $11 million contract, including a $3.5 million signing bonus. Packers: Placed LB Anthony Davis on IR. Signed WR Tyrone Goodson from practice squad. Hockey Kings: Activated Jason Blake from injured list and assigned him to IHL Long Beach.
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July 24, 1996
A table accompanying a story about HMOs in Sunday's business section showed profits and losses on Maryland residents, based on reports to the Maryland Insurance Administration. Anthony Davis, a spokesman for the Prudential HMO, said that the figures in its quarterly report showing a loss were for its national operation, and that the HMO is profitable in Maryland. He said Prudential does not make public Maryland figures quarterly but does so annually.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/25/96
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Sun Staff Writer | February 8, 1995
First Fidelity Bancorp. continued its drive into the Maryland market yesterday, announcing that it agreed to take over 24 branches of Household Bank FSB, increasing its share of deposits in the state by more than 50 percent.The move came as part of a concerted effort by the Illinois-based parent of Household to pull its savings bank business out of markets where it has a minor share.First Fidelity, based in New Jersey, said it would pay $76.1 million for the Household branches and the right to take over $1.1 billion in customer deposits.
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By VITO STELLINO | October 9, 1995
Chargers (3-2) at Chiefs (4-1)Time:Time: 9 p.m.TV:TV: Chs. 2, 7Line:Line: Chiefs by 3 1/2Injuries:Injuries: Chargers: CB Darrien Gordon (shoulder) and WR Jimmy Oliver (shoulder) are out; LB Junior Junior Seau (hamstring) is questionable. Chiefs: CB Jay Taylor (calf) is out; TE Keith Cash (knee), T Jeff Criswell (knee), LB Anthony Davis (groin), LB Derrick Thomas (knee) are questionable.Outlook:Outlook: The Chargers' pass defense leads the league, and they haven't allowed a 100-yard rushing effort in their past 35 games.
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By Orlando Sentinel | September 25, 2004
Today's key national games Clemson at No. 8 Fla. State Quick slant: The Seminoles must win to keep their league-title hopes alive. About Clemson: The defense has been a disappointment, especially against the run. Leroy Hill is one of the ACC's top linebackers, and CB Justin Miller and SS Jamaal Fudge are solid. QB Charlie Whitehurst already has thrown seven interceptions. About Florida State: The Seminoles haven't thrown a touchdown pass this season, but the return of G Bobby Meeks and C David Castillo last week helped get the running game on track.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 29, 1997
Having to move up to Baltimore County's big schools division after graduating 20 seniors from last year's 7-3 squad -- one that included 11 returning starters and a second-team All-Metro player -- Milford Mill coach Reggie Brooks "had no idea what this team would be like.""Our first practice, no one was penciled in at any position. We had no definitive leaders," Brooks recalled.Eight games into the season, the Millers are unbeaten, ranked No. 7 in The Sun poll, No. 1 in the Class 3A North Region and about to capture the Baltimore County 3A-4A League crown.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,stephen.kiehl@baltsun.com | December 10, 2008
The charter bus was parked on Barclay Street, its engine running, as members of the large Kelly-Davis family piled in for a trip like none they had ever taken together. Felicia Kelly-Crum was outside counting heads in the frigid air. "Where's Bernard?" she asked. "Where's Bernard?" A rueful smile crossed her face. This was usually the job of her brother, Anthony Davis, who was so good at rounding up the family for an adventure. But two weeks ago, Davis, father of five and master sergeant in the Army, had been killed in Iraq.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,stephen.kiehl@baltsun.com | November 29, 2008
An Army master sergeant who grew up in Baltimore and graduated from St. Frances Academy was killed Tuesday while distributing food on a humanitarian mission in Biaj, Iraq, the Department of Defense said. Master Sgt. Anthony Davis, 43, had served in the Army for 26 years and was planning to retire when his tour ended, said his brothers and sisters, who gathered yesterday in Baltimore's Harwood neighborhood to remember the man who loved the Army so much they called him "G.I. Joe." Sergeant Davis was married and had five children and one grandchild.
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By Orlando Sentinel | November 6, 2004
Purdue at No. 20 Iowa Quick slant: A matchup of Big Ten teams going in opposite directions. About Purdue: The Boilermakers started 5-0 but have lost three in a row. After averaging almost 42 points in winning their first five games, they've scored 41 total in the past three. QB Kyle Orton - who has a hip pointer - has struggled lately and isn't getting help from the running game. The defense has been better than expected behind SS Bernard Pollard and LB George Hall. About Iowa: The Hawkeyes (6-2)
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January 3, 2000
Basketball Timberwolves: Signed free-agent C Eric Riley. Football Bears: Agree to terms with G Chris Villarrial on four-year, $11 million contract, including a $3.5 million signing bonus. Packers: Placed LB Anthony Davis on IR. Signed WR Tyrone Goodson from practice squad. Hockey Kings: Activated Jason Blake from injured list and assigned him to IHL Long Beach.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 29, 1997
Having to move up to Baltimore County's big schools division after graduating 20 seniors from last year's 7-3 squad -- one that included 11 returning starters and a second-team All-Metro player -- Milford Mill coach Reggie Brooks "had no idea what this team would be like.""Our first practice, no one was penciled in at any position. We had no definitive leaders," Brooks recalled.Eight games into the season, the Millers are unbeaten, ranked No. 7 in The Sun poll, No. 1 in the Class 3A North Region and about to capture the Baltimore County 3A-4A League crown.
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July 24, 1996
A table accompanying a story about HMOs in Sunday's business section showed profits and losses on Maryland residents, based on reports to the Maryland Insurance Administration. Anthony Davis, a spokesman for the Prudential HMO, said that the figures in its quarterly report showing a loss were for its national operation, and that the HMO is profitable in Maryland. He said Prudential does not make public Maryland figures quarterly but does so annually.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/25/96
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
The fact that Towson running back Terrance West leads the Football Championship Subdivision in rushing yards and touchdowns is no accident. One of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award, given to the top player in the FCS, the junior is blessed with a unique blend of power, vision and speed. He is also blessed with a massive offensive line that opens holes that concrete mixers could plow through. "Those guys are awesome," West (Northwestern) said of the front five. "They got better each and every game and each and every year that I've been here.
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By VITO STELLINO | October 9, 1995
Chargers (3-2) at Chiefs (4-1)Time:Time: 9 p.m.TV:TV: Chs. 2, 7Line:Line: Chiefs by 3 1/2Injuries:Injuries: Chargers: CB Darrien Gordon (shoulder) and WR Jimmy Oliver (shoulder) are out; LB Junior Junior Seau (hamstring) is questionable. Chiefs: CB Jay Taylor (calf) is out; TE Keith Cash (knee), T Jeff Criswell (knee), LB Anthony Davis (groin), LB Derrick Thomas (knee) are questionable.Outlook:Outlook: The Chargers' pass defense leads the league, and they haven't allowed a 100-yard rushing effort in their past 35 games.
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