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By Edward Lee | October 3, 2012
Despite reports out of Kansas City that Matt Cassel could lose his starting job - or at least a few snaps - to backup Brady Quinn, the Ravens intend to prepare as if Cassel will be the starting quarterback for Sunday's game. “I do - until the coaches tell us something different,” outside linebacker Paul Kruger said. “I think you just prepare your best for the both of them. It looks like we're going to see Cassel, but who knows?” “You prepare for their starter,” inside linebacker Jameel McClain said.
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By Edward Lee | October 3, 2012
Despite reports out of Kansas City that Matt Cassel could lose his starting job - or at least a few snaps - to backup Brady Quinn, the Ravens intend to prepare as if Cassel will be the starting quarterback for Sunday's game. “I do - until the coaches tell us something different,” outside linebacker Paul Kruger said. “I think you just prepare your best for the both of them. It looks like we're going to see Cassel, but who knows?” “You prepare for their starter,” inside linebacker Jameel McClain said.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 28, 2009
4 Interceptions by the Ravens' defense, which ties the second most in team history. The Ravens had five interceptions in 2007 against the St. Louis Rams. 6 Touchdowns this season by running back Willis McGahee, who scored on runs of 7 and 15 yards against the Browns. 15 Minutes left in the game until the Ravens' shutout bid ended on a 29-yard field goal by the Browns' Billy Cundiff. 34.4 Quarterback rating of Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson, who split the game for the Browns. 342 Career-best passing yards by quarterback Joe Flacco, who had his first 300-yard game earlier this month.
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By From Sun news services | December 23, 2009
Chris Henry 's fiancee wept as she spoke about the late Cincinnati Bengals receiver Tuesday, saying that while she often got credit for steering him clear of trouble, he had changed her life as well. Henry, 26, was killed after he fell out of the bed of a pickup truck driven by his fiancee, Loleini Tonga , during what police have called a domestic dispute. Police are investigating, but no charges have been filed. Tonga, wearing sunglasses, repeatedly paused to gather herself as she spoke to hundreds of mourners at his funeral, including Henry's teammates, who filled the stands at a suburban New Orleans events center.
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November 26, 2009
With Charlie Weis perhaps down to his final days at Notre Dame, Cleveland quarterback Brady Quinn would love to be reunited with his former coach. "It'd be nice," said Quinn, who played two seasons for Weis. "I'd like to play under him again if I had the opportunity. It'd be cool." Quinn spent a portion of his locker room availability Wednesday addressing speculation about Weis' future. Quinn believes the school would be making a mistake if they fire Weis. "Personally I think it would be a horrible decision," Quinn said.
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By BILL ORDINE | April 17, 2008
Mel Kiper Jr., who has been plumbing the mysteries of the NFL's annual rite of passage from boola-boola to the pros for more than 25 years, really wants the Ravens to pick a quarterback in the NFL draft. Kiper was on the telephone yesterday with about 50 reporters from around the country answering questions about players from the obvious to the obscure. As always, Kiper can give height, weight and 40-yard dash time on virtually anyone who wore pads in college without taking a moment to cogitate or inhale.
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | January 3, 2007
Sugar Bowl Matchup -- LSU (10-2) vs. Notre Dame (10-2) Site -- Superdome, New Orleans Time, TV -- 8 p.m., chs. 45, 5 The line -- LSU by 8 The game -- Notre Dame has lost eight consecutive bowl games and is trying to avoid becoming the first school to lose nine in a row. Irish QB Brady Quinn (35 TDs, five INTs, 63.4 percent completion rate) is the key to the Irish's hopes. He has an excellent trio of receivers in WRs Jeff Samardzija (70 catches, 11 TDs) and Rhema McKnight (64 catches, 15 TDs)
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By From Sun news services | December 23, 2009
Chris Henry 's fiancee wept as she spoke about the late Cincinnati Bengals receiver Tuesday, saying that while she often got credit for steering him clear of trouble, he had changed her life as well. Henry, 26, was killed after he fell out of the bed of a pickup truck driven by his fiancee, Loleini Tonga , during what police have called a domestic dispute. Police are investigating, but no charges have been filed. Tonga, wearing sunglasses, repeatedly paused to gather herself as she spoke to hundreds of mourners at his funeral, including Henry's teammates, who filled the stands at a suburban New Orleans events center.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | November 19, 2009
Terrell Suggs won't play this week against the Colts - the first game he will have missed in his career - and he could be out much longer. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Suggs has a sprained ligament in his right knee, which occurred when Browns quarterback Brady Quinn hit him low after throwing an interception in Monday's 16-0 win. "He's out this week, that's the ruling that we know," Harbaugh said Wednesday. "It's got to heal on its own. There is no procedure that can be done.
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By COMPILED FROM SUN NEWS SERVICE AND WEB REPORTS | December 22, 2008
Still not convinced the television talking heads are running out of topics to fill the hours devoted to the NFL? Mr. Flip offers this example, then: Last week on ESPN2's First Take, commentators Skip Bayless and Jemele Hill presented their lists of the league's top five best-looking quarterbacks. There is probably some context to this, but Mr. Flip doesn't care. Oh, and you probably want their lists. Bayless: 1. Brady Quinn (Cleveland Browns), 2. Brett Favre (New York Jets), 3. Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys)
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November 26, 2009
With Charlie Weis perhaps down to his final days at Notre Dame, Cleveland quarterback Brady Quinn would love to be reunited with his former coach. "It'd be nice," said Quinn, who played two seasons for Weis. "I'd like to play under him again if I had the opportunity. It'd be cool." Quinn spent a portion of his locker room availability Wednesday addressing speculation about Weis' future. Quinn believes the school would be making a mistake if they fire Weis. "Personally I think it would be a horrible decision," Quinn said.
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By Peter Schmuck | November 21, 2009
N ews item: Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is sidelined indefinitely after getting knee-capped by Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn on Monday night. My take: I haven't confirmed this with Notre Dame assistant head coach Corwin Brown, but I'm pretty sure Quinn didn't learn to play that way at South Bend. News item: Baseball's free-agent market opened for business Friday, but it's not exactly bursting with elite talent. My take: There are some comeback players - including former Oriole Erik Bedard - who might help the Orioles take a step forward if Andy MacPhail is willing to roll the dice a couple of times this winter.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | November 19, 2009
Terrell Suggs won't play this week against the Colts - the first game he will have missed in his career - and he could be out much longer. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Suggs has a sprained ligament in his right knee, which occurred when Browns quarterback Brady Quinn hit him low after throwing an interception in Monday's 16-0 win. "He's out this week, that's the ruling that we know," Harbaugh said Wednesday. "It's got to heal on its own. There is no procedure that can be done.
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By MIKE PRESTON | November 17, 2009
CLEVELAND - Go ahead, laugh or cry. If the Ravens were of championship caliber, this game should have been a blowout. But right now, the Ravens are of unknown quality. They are an average team struggling to make it into the postseason, and before Monday night they had lost four of their past five. So, if Monday was a barometer, then the Ravens will be staying home when the postseason starts. But the Ravens don't want to talk about postseason. They were just desperate for a win, any win. Granted, the Browns (1-8)
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By Mike Preston | November 17, 2009
Go ahead, laugh or cry. If the Ravens were of championship caliber, this game should have been a blowout. But right now, the Ravens are of unknown quality. They are an average team struggling to make it into the postseason, and before Monday night they had lost four of their past five. So, if Monday was a barometer, then the Ravens will be staying home when the postseason starts. But the Ravens don't want to talk about postseason. They were just desperate for a win, any win. Granted, the Browns (1-8)
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By Ken Murray and Edward Lee and Ken Murray and Edward Lee,ken.murray@baltsun.com and Edward.Lee@baltsun.com | November 12, 2009
Brady Quinn's last start at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns was Sept. 27 in Baltimore. Benched at halftime of a 34-3 loss to the Ravens, Quinn will make his first start since then in Monday night's return match. Browns coach Eric Mangini announced on Wednesday the decision to bench Derek Anderson, who had completed just 42 of 89 passes - with seven interceptions - in his last three games against the Ravens. Quinn, a first-round pick in 2007, threw for one touchdown and three interceptions in three starts this season.
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By Ken Murray and Edward Lee and Ken Murray and Edward Lee,ken.murray@baltsun.com and Edward.Lee@baltsun.com | November 12, 2009
Brady Quinn's last start at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns was Sept. 27 in Baltimore. Benched at halftime of a 34-3 loss to the Ravens, Quinn will make his first start since then in Monday night's return match. Browns coach Eric Mangini announced on Wednesday the decision to bench Derek Anderson, who had completed just 42 of 89 passes - with seven interceptions - in his last three games against the Ravens. Quinn, a first-round pick in 2007, threw for one touchdown and three interceptions in three starts this season.
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By Ken Murray and Edward Lee | November 12, 2009
Brady Quinn 's last start at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns was Sept. 27 in Baltimore. Benched at halftime of a 34-3 loss to the Ravens, Quinn will make his first start since then in Monday night's return match. Browns coach Eric Mangini announced on Wednesday the decision to bench Derek Anderson , who had completed just 42 of 89 passes - with seven interceptions - in his last three games against the Ravens. Quinn, a first-round pick in 2007, threw for one touchdown and three interceptions in three starts this season.
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