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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2001
Early in his college career, Anthony Mitchell decided he'd had enough of taking hits, opting instead to give them out. "We didn't have a very good offensive line," said Mitchell, who went to Tuskegee University as a quarterback before switching to linebacker as a freshman. Mitchell is about 5 yards farther back now at safety with the Ravens, but the blow he delivered on New York Jets receiver Laveranues Coles in Saturday's 16-3 loss was linebacker-like in its delivery. Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde's pass drifted toward the middle of the field and forced Coles to extend to make the catch.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2013
Prior to The Game on Sunday, Anthony Mitchell made a bold forecast on Facebook. The former Raven posted photos of both his 2000 jersey and his Super Bowl ring with this decree: Time to get another one. The Ravens obliged. Why did Mitchell share his entry? "Once a Raven, always a Raven," said Mitchell, 38, a former defensive back. "Play for that team and you always have a special bond with Baltimore. " Ever since the Super Bowl , folks who know Kim Herring have sidled up, pumped his hand and offered their congratulations.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 8, 2001
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Whenever the momentum began to swing away from the Ravens, Keith Washington swatted it back their way. The Ravens' reserve defensive lineman blocked two field-goal attempts yesterday, putting his willful stamp on the 24-10 victory over the Tennessee Titans. His tip of Al Del Greco's 45-yard try in the second quarter preserved a 7-7 tie. His slap of a 37-yarder early in the fourth became the pivotal play of the game. It not only saved the Ravens from a deficit, but resulted in Anthony Mitchell's 90-yard, game-winning touchdown return.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2001
Early in his college career, Anthony Mitchell decided he'd had enough of taking hits, opting instead to give them out. "We didn't have a very good offensive line," said Mitchell, who went to Tuskegee University as a quarterback before switching to linebacker as a freshman. Mitchell is about 5 yards farther back now at safety with the Ravens, but the blow he delivered on New York Jets receiver Laveranues Coles in Saturday's 16-3 loss was linebacker-like in its delivery. Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde's pass drifted toward the middle of the field and forced Coles to extend to make the catch.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 8, 2001
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Corey Harris started his first game in two seasons for the Ravens yesterday. If he seemed right at home, it's because he was. Harris played his college football here. He was a good wide receiver and running back on some bad Vanderbilt teams, and is a local community leader and businessman. When he visited the nightclub here that he holds a stake in Saturday night, he found a packed house of 250, "all in purple and gold." Yesterday, he gave the Ravens fans who ventured to Adelphia Coliseum plenty to cheer about.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2013
Prior to The Game on Sunday, Anthony Mitchell made a bold forecast on Facebook. The former Raven posted photos of both his 2000 jersey and his Super Bowl ring with this decree: Time to get another one. The Ravens obliged. Why did Mitchell share his entry? "Once a Raven, always a Raven," said Mitchell, 38, a former defensive back. "Play for that team and you always have a special bond with Baltimore. " Ever since the Super Bowl , folks who know Kim Herring have sidled up, pumped his hand and offered their congratulations.
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June 18, 2004
EDGEWOOD - The search for suspects in a shooting that wounded two men at the community swimming pool in Edgewood on June 4 ended Wednesday night when the third suspect in the case turned himself in about 7 p.m., according to police. Antonio Corprew, 17, surrendered to sheriff's deputies and is being held in the Harford County Detention Center without bail, according to police. Corprew has been charged with attempted murder and other counts. Anthony Mitchell and Lewis Cochran, the other suspects, are also being held at the detention center.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | October 21, 2010
Player name (Games played) DT Sam Adams (20) FB Obafemi Ayanbadejo (8) DB Robert Bailey (20) QB Tony Banks (14) OL Orlando Bobo (7) OLB Peter Boulware (20) LB O.J. Brigance (20) OLB Cornell Brown (18) DE Rob Burnett (20) TE Ben Coates (20) DT Lional Dalton (20) LB Anthony Davis (18) WR Billy Davis (20) QB Trent Dilfer (13) TE Pedro Edison (0) FB Chuck Evans (5) G/C Mike Flynn (20) OT Spencer Folau (13) FB Sam Gash (19) SS Corey Harris (20)
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By Brent Jones | August 8, 2001
Thumbs up: To the safeties. Rod Woodson intercepted a pass from Elvis Grbac intended for Patrick Johnson in 11-on-11 drills. Corey Harris and Anthony Mitchell each had impressive pass breakups. Thumbs down: Chris Redman looked just average yesterday after having a number of great days. He overthrew receivers a couple of times, once in the red zone. Trainer's room: Defensive end Rob Burnett (viral infection) and cornerback James Trapp (shoulder) did not practice and are day-to-day. Defensive tackle Tony Siragusa (rest)
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July 26, 2002
Offense WR...80 Brandon Stokley; 81 Kenyon Hambrick; 84 Javin Hunter LT...75 Jonathan Ogden; 76 Dawani Fladger LG...61 Casey Rabach; 65 Jason Thomas C...62 Mike Flynn; 65 Jason Thomas; 61 Casey Rabach RG...66 Bennie Anderson; 65 Jason Thomas RT...64 Edwin Mulitalo; 76 Dawani Fladger TE...86 Todd Heap; 88 John Jones; 82 Terry Jones; 85...Jonathan Burrough WR... 89 Travis Taylor; 83 Ron Johnson; 17 Randy Hymes; 13 D.J. Humphries QB...7 Chris Redman; 11 Jeff Blake; 12 Wes Pate; 9 Cleo Lemon FB...
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 8, 2001
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Whenever the momentum began to swing away from the Ravens, Keith Washington swatted it back their way. The Ravens' reserve defensive lineman blocked two field-goal attempts yesterday, putting his willful stamp on the 24-10 victory over the Tennessee Titans. His tip of Al Del Greco's 45-yard try in the second quarter preserved a 7-7 tie. His slap of a 37-yarder early in the fourth became the pivotal play of the game. It not only saved the Ravens from a deficit, but resulted in Anthony Mitchell's 90-yard, game-winning touchdown return.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 8, 2001
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Corey Harris started his first game in two seasons for the Ravens yesterday. If he seemed right at home, it's because he was. Harris played his college football here. He was a good wide receiver and running back on some bad Vanderbilt teams, and is a local community leader and businessman. When he visited the nightclub here that he holds a stake in Saturday night, he found a packed house of 250, "all in purple and gold." Yesterday, he gave the Ravens fans who ventured to Adelphia Coliseum plenty to cheer about.
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By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | October 15, 2005
A 20-year-old Howard County man was killed and three of his friends seriously injured early yesterday when the driver lost control of the car at a curve on Landing Road in Elkridge and struck a tree. Police said the accident was alcohol-related. Arthur Edward Garland III, who attended Howard High School, died on impact. Garland was sitting in the back seat and not wearing a seatbelt, police spokeswoman Sherry Llewellyn said. The driver, Jennafer Leigh Mangan, 20, of Elkridge, was taken by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma Center and released about 11 a.m. Brennan Scott Reid and Anthony Mitchell Mason, both 20 and 2003 graduates of Howard High, also were taken to Shock Trauma.
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