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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2012
First baseman Mark Reynolds is one of the toughest players in the Orioles' clubhouse. He hates sitting out and refuses to complain about injuries and never uses that as an excuse for his struggles. So when his left biceps went numb during two at-bats in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Oakland A's, he pushed through it. Orioles manager Buck Showalter, along with athletic trainer Richie Bancells, visited Reynolds at the plate in the fourth to make sure he was OK. Showalter addressed the situation after the game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2013
It appears that Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs won't have to spend a second consecutive offseason recovering from surgery. After getting a second opinion on his torn right biceps, Suggs is planning on rehabbing the injury rather than having it surgically repaired, according to sources familiar with the situation. Suggs tore the biceps late in the Ravens' Dec. 2 home loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He sat out the following week's game against the Washington Redskins and was also rested in the team's regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals, a game that carried no meaning for the Ravens.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
Ravens injured outside linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't sure if he'll play Sunday against the Washington Redskins but he does expect to play again this season. “I haven't ruled [playing this week] out of my mind yet, but I think definitely I will continue to line up at some point this season,” Suggs said today. “It all depends on when it starts to get better and how much I can really do on it.” Asked if he considered shutting it down for the rest of the season, Suggs said, “That's not an option for me.” Suggs tore his right biceps in the fourth quarter of the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | December 13, 2012
For the second straight week, the Ravens won't know whether they'll have the services of outside linebacker Terrell Suggs until very close to game time. Suggs, who is dealing with a torn right biceps, said Thursday that he is feeling better but he won't know whether he'll be able to play against the Denver Broncos until Sunday. Suggs, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, was a late scratch last week against the Washington Redskins, ultimately deciding against playing on a wet field and against a mobile quarterback in Robert Griffin III . “It was a must-win game [and]
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 6, 1997
Ravens wide receiver Michael Jackson, already frustrated during a year in which he has gone six games without scoring a touchdown, could be facing season-ending surgery to repair a torn right biceps muscle.Jackson, who did not practice yesterday, is listed as doubtful for Sunday night's pivotal AFC Central game in Pittsburgh."We're losing a big threat if Michael can't go on Sunday," coach Ted Marchibroda said. "But we're still hopeful that he'll be able to play."Jackson said he thinks he might be able to play against the Steelers.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 9, 2000
JUPITER, Fla. -- Orioles pitcher Matt Riley still hasn't been given clearance to throw because of what he described yesterday as mild soreness in his left biceps. Riley, the jewel of the organization's farm system, had been scheduled to pitch in Tuesday night's game against the New York Mets. He also was supposed to have a bullpen session today, but Riley said that would come "within the next couple of days." "I'm hoping to try to work myself into a game. It's getting late in the spring," said Riley, who denied his inactivity was related to the back stiffness he experienced last season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2013
It appears that Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs won't have to spend a second consecutive offseason recovering from surgery. After getting a second opinion on his torn right biceps, Suggs is planning on rehabbing the injury rather than having it surgically repaired, according to sources familiar with the situation. Suggs tore the biceps late in the Ravens' Dec. 2 home loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He sat out the following week's game against the Washington Redskins and was also rested in the team's regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals, a game that carried no meaning for the Ravens.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | December 13, 2012
For the second straight week, the Ravens won't know whether they'll have the services of outside linebacker Terrell Suggs until very close to game time. Suggs, who is dealing with a torn right biceps, said Thursday that he is feeling better but he won't know whether he'll be able to play against the Denver Broncos until Sunday. Suggs, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, was a late scratch last week against the Washington Redskins, ultimately deciding against playing on a wet field and against a mobile quarterback in Robert Griffin III . “It was a must-win game [and]
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By Abigail Tucker and Abigail Tucker,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2005
He doesn't need to every Friday night. But now and then - before a particularly "hot date, or stepping out to a nice club" - Edward Dennis' veins cry out for it, and he'll do a quick one. With each arm. Then ten or 20 more. He means bicep curls, of course. Dennis, a 25-year-old mortgage broker from Parkville, is one of untold numbers of young men who hit the weights just minutes before they hit the town, a routine that creates a fleeting enlargement of upper body muscles - and swells the ego to boot.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | October 10, 2007
If the football field is Dawan Landry's stage, then the Ravens strong safety's body is his canvas. Aside from being blessed with quadriceps as thick as tree trunks, abs that you could wash clothes on and biceps that have earned him the moniker "Puffy" from teammate Bart Scott, Landry bears seven tattoos on his 6-foot, 220-pound frame.
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By Edward Lee | December 7, 2012
ASHBURN, Va. - The Ravens may have listed outside linebacker Terrell Suggs as questionable for the game against the Washington Redskins, but as far as starting tackles Trent Williams and Tyler Polumbus are concerned, they expect to line up against him Sunday despite his torn right biceps. “Yeah, I definitely expect to see him out there,” said Williams, Washington's first pick in the 2010 NFL draft who has been battling a deep thigh bruise. “I heard that the injury is a painful injury, but I think people have played on it. I'm expecting to see him out there.
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
There is speculation that Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs will attempt to play in Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins, but I don't see where it will help the Ravens much. Suggs has missed practice this week so far with a torn right biceps and might be able to play with the help of some type of harness. At this point, it is difficult to see how a harness will help. We're talking about a torn biceps here, not a separated shoulder, like former Ravens outside linebacker Peter Boulware was able to play with because of the brace/harness.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
Ravens injured outside linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't sure if he'll play Sunday against the Washington Redskins but he does expect to play again this season. “I haven't ruled [playing this week] out of my mind yet, but I think definitely I will continue to line up at some point this season,” Suggs said today. “It all depends on when it starts to get better and how much I can really do on it.” Asked if he considered shutting it down for the rest of the season, Suggs said, “That's not an option for me.” Suggs tore his right biceps in the fourth quarter of the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
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By Matt Vensel | December 5, 2012
Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs majorly impacted the Ravens defense after his improbably quick recovery from a torn right Achilles tendon. Now he is vowing to play through a torn right biceps at some point this season. The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year tore a muscle late in the team's 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Ravens feared the injury could be season-ending, but Suggs said Wednesday that he will be back at some point -- maybe as soon as this weekend -- and that shutting it down was not an option.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2012
First baseman Mark Reynolds is one of the toughest players in the Orioles' clubhouse. He hates sitting out and refuses to complain about injuries and never uses that as an excuse for his struggles. So when his left biceps went numb during two at-bats in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Oakland A's, he pushed through it. Orioles manager Buck Showalter, along with athletic trainer Richie Bancells, visited Reynolds at the plate in the fourth to make sure he was OK. Showalter addressed the situation after the game.
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By Everett Cook, The Baltimore Sun | July 27, 2012
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters didn't start Friday night's game against theOakland A's, but it wasn't because he is mired in a 1-for-30 slump. Wieters was held out of the lineup because of a tight right bicep muscle. "We want to make sure we can get that full go," Wieters said. "We think if we get a day off today, we'll be good to go tomorrow. We don't want a one-day tightness to turn into something more. " Wieters first noticed the tightness in his arm during his first at-bat Thursday, and it continued to bother him throughout the game.
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November 5, 1993
The tale of the tape for tomorrow night's heavyweight title fight between Evander Holyfield and IBF and WBA champion Riddick Bowe at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas:.. .. .. ..Holyfield.. .. .. ..BoweAge .. .. ..31 .. .. .. .. .. 26Weight .. ..217 .. .. .. .. ..246Height .. ..6-2 1/2 .. .. .. .. .6-5Reach .. .. 77 1/2 .. .. .. .. ..81Chest (normal) .. 43 .. .. ..46Chest (expanded)..45 .. .. ..50Biceps .. .. .. ..16 .. .. ..17Forearm .. .. .. 12 1/2 .. .. ..12 1/2Waist .. .. .. ..32 .. .. .. 38Thigh .. .. ... 32 .. .. .. 26 1/2Calf .. .. .. .. 13 .. .. .. 16 1/2Neck .. .. .. ..19 1/2 .. .. .. 17 1/2Wrist .. .. .. ..7 1/2 .. .. .. ..8Fist .. .. .. ..12 1/2 .. .. .. 13 1/2
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | August 17, 2000
In an attempt to eliminate lingering concern over his rehabilitated right shoulder, Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker Peter Boulware will visit his operating surgeon in Vail, Colo., today. If the examination with Dr. Richard Hawkins goes well, Boulware said he could return to practice next week, perhaps as early as Monday. "I was very scared about my biceps tearing and just not being ready to go," Boulware said yesterday. "My big problem was like, if my biceps tears this year, this may damage my career."
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 27, 2012
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters, mired in a 1-for-30 slump, is out of Friday night's starting lineup because of a tight right biceps. "We want to make sure we can get that full go," Wieters said. "We think if we get a day off today and we'll be good to go tomorrow. We don't want a one-day tightness to turn into something more. " Wieters said he began feeling tightness in his arm going into his first at-bat Thursday and it grew worse throughout the game, especially on the tail end of his left-handed swings.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2011
The Orioles took a huge step Monday toward setting their 25-man roster for Friday's season opener, making moves with eight players, including sending outfielder Nolan Reimold to the minors and potentially severing ties with veteran left-hander Mark Hendrickson. But just when things looked to be flatlining in a tumultuous spring, the Orioles were thrown another curve as No. 2 starter Brian Matusz was struck in the left biceps by a liner during a simulated game Monday afternoon. "It was in the second inning.
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