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The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2012
Maybe there's more to the Brandon Marshall trade than meets the eye. On Tuesday, just before the free agency frenzy began in the NFL, the Chicago Bears were able to obtain the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver for what seemed like a bargain price of two third-round draft picks. Maybe here's the reason why the cost was so low: Marshall is accused of punching a woman in the face at a New York City nightclub on Sunday morning, according to a New York Post story . Given his long list of off-field troubles and $9.5 million salary, the Dolphins look like they took whatever they could get for Marshall.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
The Ravens have already faced the Denver Broncos' trio of Demaryius Thomas , Eric Decker and Wes Welker , and prolific wide receiver duos like Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers and A.J. Green and Marvin Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals. But as they get ready for Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, the Ravens' defensive backs are preparing for what may be their most unique challenge this year. No wide receiver combination has combined for more yards than the Bears' Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery who have totaled 107 catches for 1,521 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | July 15, 2009
If wide receiver Derrick Mason follows through on his retirement announcement - he told ESPN on Monday that he's "99 percent" sure - his unexpected departure would leave the Ravens with few options to replace him. It's like trying to shop on Christmas Eve - everything you would want is probably gone. Instead of having one of the NFL's sure things (Mason has caught at least 80 passes in five of the past six seasons), the Ravens face a situation in which they might have to gamble to fill the void he leaves as far as production and leadership.
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The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2012
Maybe there's more to the Brandon Marshall trade than meets the eye. On Tuesday, just before the free agency frenzy began in the NFL, the Chicago Bears were able to obtain the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver for what seemed like a bargain price of two third-round draft picks. Maybe here's the reason why the cost was so low: Marshall is accused of punching a woman in the face at a New York City nightclub on Sunday morning, according to a New York Post story . Given his long list of off-field troubles and $9.5 million salary, the Dolphins look like they took whatever they could get for Marshall.
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By Dave Hyde, Sun-Sentinel | November 1, 2010
Want to help Chad Henne's development? Sign Randy Moss. Want to turn some field goals into touchdowns? Sign Randy Moss. Want to help Brandon Marshall? Make the playoff run come into focus? Add some electricity to a team needing some? The Dolphins should sign Randy Moss, who admittedly has gone through two teams this year hoping to find a new contract and a smile. But the Dolphins have a wild card here. Chad Pennington and Moss played together at Marshall. That can be huge in the negotiations that no doubt are taking place right now. Moss might get claimed before he gets to the Dolphins on the waiver wire.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | November 4, 2010
Kevin Cowherd: Ravens 27, Dolphins 20: Ravens must overcome emotional jolt of seeing their quarterback rocking a "faux-hawk" during bye week. Jamison Hensley: Ravens 27, Dolphins 16: Coming off a much-deserved bye, the rested Ravens will put the game away in the fourth quarter this time. Edward Lee: Ravens 20, Dolphins 17: Brandon Marshall, Davone Bess and Brian Hartline are the types of receivers who can torture the Ravens secondary. By the same token, Ray Rice, Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain will have a big day on the ground.
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By From Sun news services | January 2, 2010
Just when they finally patched things up, Brandon Marshall and Josh McDaniels are back to square one, and another reconciliation appears farfetched. McDaniels announced Friday that he's benching Marshall, his Pro Bowl wide receiver, for the team's pivotal season finale against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. "Our word for the week has been accountability. And we're looking to put the 45 guys on the field on Sunday that want to play together, want to help us try to win and qualify for the playoffs," McDaniels said.
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By MIKE PRESTON | June 20, 2009
The Ravens have brought in their share of troubled players in the past, but none would have had more run-ins with the law than if the Ravens trade for Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Bam Morris. Jamal Lewis. Ralph Staten. They had issues, but not as often as Marshall. He has had 13 police incidents since 2004 and a pending misdemeanor battery charge. Brandon Marshall, a Raven? Oh, please, no. Hell, no. The Ravens have expressed interest in Marshall, and they have to because they could really use a top-notch receiver.
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By From Sun news services | January 1, 2010
Rex Ryan sees a lot of his own team in the Cincinnati Bengals. A tough running offense? Check. A solid offensive line? Check. A stifling defense? Yep, check there, too. "We're mirror images of each other, so it's going to be an old-fashioned, knockdown, dragout," the New York Jets coach said Thursday. "This is going to be a man-on-man type challenge." The Jets are ranked No. 1 in the NFL in overall rushing, and have relied on the run more than any team in the league with their 550 attempts.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
The Ravens have already faced the Denver Broncos' trio of Demaryius Thomas , Eric Decker and Wes Welker , and prolific wide receiver duos like Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers and A.J. Green and Marvin Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals. But as they get ready for Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, the Ravens' defensive backs are preparing for what may be their most unique challenge this year. No wide receiver combination has combined for more yards than the Bears' Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery who have totaled 107 catches for 1,521 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | November 4, 2010
Kevin Cowherd: Ravens 27, Dolphins 20: Ravens must overcome emotional jolt of seeing their quarterback rocking a "faux-hawk" during bye week. Jamison Hensley: Ravens 27, Dolphins 16: Coming off a much-deserved bye, the rested Ravens will put the game away in the fourth quarter this time. Edward Lee: Ravens 20, Dolphins 17: Brandon Marshall, Davone Bess and Brian Hartline are the types of receivers who can torture the Ravens secondary. By the same token, Ray Rice, Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain will have a big day on the ground.
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By Dave Hyde, Sun-Sentinel | November 1, 2010
Want to help Chad Henne's development? Sign Randy Moss. Want to turn some field goals into touchdowns? Sign Randy Moss. Want to help Brandon Marshall? Make the playoff run come into focus? Add some electricity to a team needing some? The Dolphins should sign Randy Moss, who admittedly has gone through two teams this year hoping to find a new contract and a smile. But the Dolphins have a wild card here. Chad Pennington and Moss played together at Marshall. That can be huge in the negotiations that no doubt are taking place right now. Moss might get claimed before he gets to the Dolphins on the waiver wire.
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October 18, 2010
Pittsburgh 28, Cleveland 10 Pittsburgh, PA (Sports Network) - Ben Roethlisberger threw for 257 yards and three touchdowns in his first game of the season to lead Pittsburgh to a 28-10 victory over Cleveland. Roethlisberger completed 16-of-27 throws in his return from a four-game suspension as the Steelers (4-1) got back into the win column following a loss to Baltimore and a bye week. Hines Ward made five catches for 54 yards and a score to extend his consecutive games streak with a reception to 183, matching Art Monk for the fourth-longest in league history.
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September 7, 2010
Niners poised to rise Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times The biggest surprise will be the 49ers, and the biggest disappointment will be the Vikings. The 49ers have gone seven seasons without making the playoffs. That drought will end. For the first time in a long while, they are the stable team in the NFC West, having made no changes at coach, either coordinator or quarterback. They were close to a breakthrough last season when they went 5-1 in the division and swept the Cardinals.
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By From Sun news services | January 2, 2010
Just when they finally patched things up, Brandon Marshall and Josh McDaniels are back to square one, and another reconciliation appears farfetched. McDaniels announced Friday that he's benching Marshall, his Pro Bowl wide receiver, for the team's pivotal season finale against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. "Our word for the week has been accountability. And we're looking to put the 45 guys on the field on Sunday that want to play together, want to help us try to win and qualify for the playoffs," McDaniels said.
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By From Sun news services | January 1, 2010
Rex Ryan sees a lot of his own team in the Cincinnati Bengals. A tough running offense? Check. A solid offensive line? Check. A stifling defense? Yep, check there, too. "We're mirror images of each other, so it's going to be an old-fashioned, knockdown, dragout," the New York Jets coach said Thursday. "This is going to be a man-on-man type challenge." The Jets are ranked No. 1 in the NFL in overall rushing, and have relied on the run more than any team in the league with their 550 attempts.
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September 7, 2010
Niners poised to rise Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times The biggest surprise will be the 49ers, and the biggest disappointment will be the Vikings. The 49ers have gone seven seasons without making the playoffs. That drought will end. For the first time in a long while, they are the stable team in the NFC West, having made no changes at coach, either coordinator or quarterback. They were close to a breakthrough last season when they went 5-1 in the division and swept the Cardinals.
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By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | July 23, 2009
When Ravens head coach John Harbaugh meets with Derrick Mason as soon as today to talk about the player's shocking retirement announcement, you can expect the Ravens to give Mason the hard sell to unretire, given how thin they are at receiver. As of Wednesday, word out of the Castle was that Harbaugh and his best wide receiver still hadn't met face-to-face about Mason's shocking decision to retire. "We want him back, and we think he can play more than one year," said a team source who asked to remain anonymous.
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By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | July 23, 2009
When Ravens head coach John Harbaugh meets with Derrick Mason as soon as today to talk about the player's shocking retirement announcement, you can expect the Ravens to give Mason the hard sell to unretire, given how thin they are at receiver. As of Wednesday, word out of the Castle was that Harbaugh and his best wide receiver still hadn't met face-to-face about Mason's shocking decision to retire. "We want him back, and we think he can play more than one year," said a team source who asked to remain anonymous.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | July 15, 2009
If wide receiver Derrick Mason follows through on his retirement announcement - he told ESPN on Monday that he's "99 percent" sure - his unexpected departure would leave the Ravens with few options to replace him. It's like trying to shop on Christmas Eve - everything you would want is probably gone. Instead of having one of the NFL's sure things (Mason has caught at least 80 passes in five of the past six seasons), the Ravens face a situation in which they might have to gamble to fill the void he leaves as far as production and leadership.
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