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By BILL ORDINE | September 10, 2008
There's a friendly competition between Baltimore Olympian Michael Phelps and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards. They have University of Michigan connections and trained together briefly. Along the way, Edwards said he would score twice as many touchdowns this season as Phelps won gold medals (that's eight). Edwards needs to pick up the pace. In Cleveland's 28-10 loss to Dallas on Sunday, Edwards had two catches for 14 yards and no touchdowns. (For more, go to baltimoresun.
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By Edward Lee | November 25, 2011
Lardarius Webb's career season continues. In his first full year as the Ravens starting cornerback, Webb became the team leader in interceptions, picking off San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith for his fourth interception of the season. With the takeaway, Webb broke away from free safety Ed Reed, who has three interceptions. But Webb said he wouldn't be surprised if his position atop the list is short-lived. “It feels great, but I've got Ed Reed on my team, and he's coming somewhere,” Webb said with a grin.
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By EDWARD LEE | September 7, 2006
The quarterback carousel has stopped - at least for now - for the Cleveland Browns. The Browns, who in recent years have gone through nearly as many quarterbacks as the Ravens, have settled on second-year pro Charlie Frye as the undisputed starter. Frye will have the task of trying to erase the memory of Ty Detmer, Tim Couch, Kelly Holcomb, Jeff Garcia and Trent Dilfer from the minds of Cleveland fans. So far, coach Romeo Crennel is expressing confidence in the team's third-round selection from Akron.
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September 24, 2010
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson says wide receiver Braylon Edwards has let himself and the team down as a result of his drunken-driving arrest Tuesday morning. Johnson said Thursday that he has spoken to Edwards "three or four times" since and told him his actions were "not acceptable, Braylon. I'm disappointed. " Edwards was arraigned Tuesday on drunken-driving charges after a breath test showed he had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal threshold when he was stopped on Manhattan's West Side, prosecutors said.
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By Reid Hanley and Reid Hanley,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | January 2, 2005
PASADENA, Calif. - The rain was turned off for the Rose Bowl, just as it always is. It hasn't rained on the game - or the accompanying parade - in 50 years. Thus the 91st Rose Bowl woke up in sunshine, after a week of record rains, as No. 6 Texas squared off against No. 13 Michigan for the first time in the schools' long and glorious histories. And the game didn't disappoint, as Texas sophomore quarterback Vince Young and Michigan freshman quarterback Chad Henne had a Rose Bowl game for the ages that the Longhorns won, 38-37, as time expired.
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By Comments by Don Markus | October 21, 2007
1. Patriots Rank first in offense and second in defense. 2. Colts With Marvin Harrison hurt, Reggie Wayne has picked up slack at receiver. 3. Cowboys Defense was exposed by Patriots. Will Vikings do the same? 4. Steelers Mike Tomlin using same formula as Bill Cowher: defense and ball control. 5. Packers Middle linebacker Nick Barnett is second in league in tackles. 6. Jaguars Byron who? 7. Giants Plaxico Burress has eight TD catches. 8. Panthers Will Fountain of Youth run dry for Vinny Testaverde?
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September 24, 2010
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson says wide receiver Braylon Edwards has let himself and the team down as a result of his drunken-driving arrest Tuesday morning. Johnson said Thursday that he has spoken to Edwards "three or four times" since and told him his actions were "not acceptable, Braylon. I'm disappointed. " Edwards was arraigned Tuesday on drunken-driving charges after a breath test showed he had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal threshold when he was stopped on Manhattan's West Side, prosecutors said.
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By Edward Lee | November 25, 2011
Lardarius Webb's career season continues. In his first full year as the Ravens starting cornerback, Webb became the team leader in interceptions, picking off San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith for his fourth interception of the season. With the takeaway, Webb broke away from free safety Ed Reed, who has three interceptions. But Webb said he wouldn't be surprised if his position atop the list is short-lived. “It feels great, but I've got Ed Reed on my team, and he's coming somewhere,” Webb said with a grin.
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By From Sun news services | November 18, 2008
Turns out the Cleveland Browns aren't quitters after all. And they have Phil Dawson to thank for this wild win. Dawson capped a five-field-goal outing by hitting a career-long 56-yarder with 1:39 remaining to secure the visiting Browns' 29-27 win over the reeling Buffalo Bills last night. Cleveland (4-6) ended a two-game skid and rallied to avoid wasting a 13-point lead for a third straight time. The Bills (5-5) had a chance to win with a clutch kick of their own, but Rian Lindell missed a 47-yard attempt with 38 seconds left.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | September 18, 2008
When Chris McAlister lines up on game days, his assignment is usually the same: Take on one of the biggest and fastest wide receivers in the NFL. For the past two seasons, the matchups have been different for the Ravens cornerback. He has been battling his injured right knee as much as any top-flight wide-out in the league. Last year, the injury sidelined him for half the season. This season, McAlister is showing he can still be at the top of his game even when his health isn't, running all over the field whether covering a receiver or chasing down a loose ball.
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By From Sun News Services | September 24, 2010
Jake Delhomme still can't trade his walking boot for cleats. Cleveland's starting quarterback, who injured his right ankle in his Week 1 debut with the Browns, has not been cleared to practice and it appears he will be sidelined for this Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium and possibly next week as well. Browns coach Eric Mangini has been intentionally vague about Delhomme's status, and the team has given no specifics about the severity of the ankle injury, which the 35-year-old suffered while throwing a costly interception in the first half of the opener at Tampa Bay. If Delhomme can't play, and that appears the case, backup Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start Sunday against the Ravens.
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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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By From Sun news services | November 18, 2008
Turns out the Cleveland Browns aren't quitters after all. And they have Phil Dawson to thank for this wild win. Dawson capped a five-field-goal outing by hitting a career-long 56-yarder with 1:39 remaining to secure the visiting Browns' 29-27 win over the reeling Buffalo Bills last night. Cleveland (4-6) ended a two-game skid and rallied to avoid wasting a 13-point lead for a third straight time. The Bills (5-5) had a chance to win with a clutch kick of their own, but Rian Lindell missed a 47-yard attempt with 38 seconds left.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | September 26, 2008
He has traveled to so many cities and countries since the Olympics ended, when he wakes up in the morning, it's almost impossible for Michael Phelps to remember the date, or even what day it is. Is today Friday? Or is it Thursday? Without looking at his BlackBerry, he has no clue. Luckily for him, he has people - mainly his agent, Peter Carlisle, and his media manager, Drew Johnson, both of Octagon - to tell him where his schedules dictate that he needs to be. His schedule called for him to be in Baltimore yesterday, marking just the second time he has been home since he won eight gold medals in Beijing.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | September 18, 2008
When Chris McAlister lines up on game days, his assignment is usually the same: Take on one of the biggest and fastest wide receivers in the NFL. For the past two seasons, the matchups have been different for the Ravens cornerback. He has been battling his injured right knee as much as any top-flight wide-out in the league. Last year, the injury sidelined him for half the season. This season, McAlister is showing he can still be at the top of his game even when his health isn't, running all over the field whether covering a receiver or chasing down a loose ball.
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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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By BILL ORDINE | September 10, 2008
There's a friendly competition between Baltimore Olympian Michael Phelps and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards. They have University of Michigan connections and trained together briefly. Along the way, Edwards said he would score twice as many touchdowns this season as Phelps won gold medals (that's eight). Edwards needs to pick up the pace. In Cleveland's 28-10 loss to Dallas on Sunday, Edwards had two catches for 14 yards and no touchdowns. (For more, go to baltimoresun.
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By Comments by Don Markus | October 21, 2007
1. Patriots Rank first in offense and second in defense. 2. Colts With Marvin Harrison hurt, Reggie Wayne has picked up slack at receiver. 3. Cowboys Defense was exposed by Patriots. Will Vikings do the same? 4. Steelers Mike Tomlin using same formula as Bill Cowher: defense and ball control. 5. Packers Middle linebacker Nick Barnett is second in league in tackles. 6. Jaguars Byron who? 7. Giants Plaxico Burress has eight TD catches. 8. Panthers Will Fountain of Youth run dry for Vinny Testaverde?
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