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By Matt Vensel | April 15, 2011
Every time I put out one of my mock drafts, readers tell me they think things would play out differently (chances are we'll both end up being wrong). Well, now you get a chance to play GM in my first-ever reader NFL mock draft. Here's how it works. I'll post a daily poll where you can vote to decide what the team that's on the clock should do with its pick. To keep it simple, I'll give you five options for each pick. If you think I missed somebody, let me know in the comments section.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2011
Each week, we bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player, coach or team executive to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is cornerback Lardarius Webb. What does it mean to you to represent Division I-AA Nicholls State as a starting cornerback in the NFL? It's not just pride, it's privilege to be here. And in my heart, I've always wanted to be the best. So I'm always trying to show my best, and that's on kickoff returns, punt returns or corner or nickel back.
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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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September 8, 2011
Lions will surprise Ken Murray Baltimore Sun I think the Lions and Rams go to the playoffs in the NFC this season, but I like the Lions as biggest surprise because they play in a tougher division and have been down longer. Coach Jim Schwartz has methodically improved the Lions his first two seasons. As long as defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and quarterback Matthew Stafford stay healthy, Detroit should take another step forward this year. As for the most disappointing team, I suspect the Eagles are treading on dangerous ground.
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Kevin Cowherd | November 4, 2010
Ladies and gentlemen, I am not here today to trash Chad Henne. Chad Henne is a perfectly fine young quarterback. He might also be great to his mom, kind to animals and a tireless giver to charity. But there can be no disputing this: He's no Joe Flacco. Not at this stage of his career, anyway. OK, where's Flacco at this stage of his career? Well, he's hardly a finished product. He has a lot to learn. But all he has done since he came into the league is win. Last year, he became just the fourth starting quarterback since the AFL- NFL merger in 1970 to reach the playoffs in his first two years in the league.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | September 7, 2008
Now that Green Bay is Brett Favre-free and Aaron Rodgers is entrenched as the starting quarterback - at least for this week - who is the Packers' next in line? That would be Matt Flynn, the seventh-round pick out of LSU, who beat out Brian Brohm, a second-round pick from Louisville, for the backup job. The Packers passed on Chad Henne (No. 2 in Miami) to take Brohm with the 56th pick, but Brohm had trouble with the speed of the game and his accuracy during camp. Although Flynn doesn't have a strong arm, he was more decisive and threw the ball better.
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September 8, 2011
Lions will surprise Ken Murray Baltimore Sun I think the Lions and Rams go to the playoffs in the NFC this season, but I like the Lions as biggest surprise because they play in a tougher division and have been down longer. Coach Jim Schwartz has methodically improved the Lions his first two seasons. As long as defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and quarterback Matthew Stafford stay healthy, Detroit should take another step forward this year. As for the most disappointing team, I suspect the Eagles are treading on dangerous ground.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2011
Each week, we bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player, coach or team executive to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is cornerback Lardarius Webb. What does it mean to you to represent Division I-AA Nicholls State as a starting cornerback in the NFL? It's not just pride, it's privilege to be here. And in my heart, I've always wanted to be the best. So I'm always trying to show my best, and that's on kickoff returns, punt returns or corner or nickel back.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
An offensive wrinkle that had spread through the NFL over the past two seasons appears to be losing steam within the very team that introduced it to the league in 2008. The Miami Dolphins kick-started the employment of the Wildcat, a formation that usually entailed a direct snap to running back Ronnie Brown and gave him the freedom to either run with the football or pass it to an open receiver. After employing the tactic more than 170 times in the previous two years, the Dolphins have run the Wildcat just 20 times this season.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | April 27, 2008
The Ravens drafted their quarterback of the future, but it wasn't the one everyone expected. After feeling the disappointment of losing out on Boston College's Matt Ryan, the Ravens went on their wildest ride ever in the first round, trading twice before grabbing Delaware's Joe Flacco with the 18th overall pick. With a big frame (6 feet 6, 235 pounds) and an even bigger arm, Flacco will compete for the starting job after becoming the highest-drafted quarterback in the Ravens' 13-year existence.
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By Matt Vensel | April 15, 2011
Every time I put out one of my mock drafts, readers tell me they think things would play out differently (chances are we'll both end up being wrong). Well, now you get a chance to play GM in my first-ever reader NFL mock draft. Here's how it works. I'll post a daily poll where you can vote to decide what the team that's on the clock should do with its pick. To keep it simple, I'll give you five options for each pick. If you think I missed somebody, let me know in the comments section.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | December 6, 2010
Cleveland 13, Miami 10 Miami, FL (Sports Network) - Phil Dawson kicked the game-winning field goal with time running out, following a late interception of Chad Henne, to lift the Cleveland Browns to a 13-10 victory over the Miami Dolphins. With just over a minute remaining, the Dolphins were deep in their own territory and not having much success. The game seemed destined for overtime, but Henne's pass was blocked and bounced to Browns defensive back Mike Adams. Adams returned the ball to the two-yard line, and after Cleveland knelt the ball three times to run the clock down, Dawson kicked a 23-yard try through the uprights to give the Browns (5-7)
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Mike Preston | November 8, 2010
Miami receiver Brandon Marshall said this game would be a defining moment for the Dolphins, and he was right. The Dolphins are still a year away from being serious contenders. On a day when the Ravens had some red-zone issues in the first half, the Ravens still beat Miami by 16 points. Miami came into the game with a 4-3 record having gone undefeated on the road, but after the first quarter, they never seriously challenged the Ravens. After the Ravens shook off some rust from the bye week, they easily dispatched of the Dolphins.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
An offensive wrinkle that had spread through the NFL over the past two seasons appears to be losing steam within the very team that introduced it to the league in 2008. The Miami Dolphins kick-started the employment of the Wildcat, a formation that usually entailed a direct snap to running back Ronnie Brown and gave him the freedom to either run with the football or pass it to an open receiver. After employing the tactic more than 170 times in the previous two years, the Dolphins have run the Wildcat just 20 times this season.
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Kevin Cowherd | November 4, 2010
Ladies and gentlemen, I am not here today to trash Chad Henne. Chad Henne is a perfectly fine young quarterback. He might also be great to his mom, kind to animals and a tireless giver to charity. But there can be no disputing this: He's no Joe Flacco. Not at this stage of his career, anyway. OK, where's Flacco at this stage of his career? Well, he's hardly a finished product. He has a lot to learn. But all he has done since he came into the league is win. Last year, he became just the fourth starting quarterback since the AFL- NFL merger in 1970 to reach the playoffs in his first two years in the league.
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By Omar Kelly, South Florida Sun Sentinel | November 3, 2010
DAVIE, Fla. — There's nothing flashy about Chad Henne. Not his appearance: The Miami Dolphins quarterback has sported a military-style crew cut since grade school. Not his statistics: He's completing 61.6 percent of his passes, throwing for 4,614 yards and 20 touchdowns in the 24 games he has played in 2 1/2 seasons. Some NFL quarterbacks produce those numbers in a single season. And certainly not his mentality. "It's my job to lose," Henne said earlier this season of being the quarterback this regime has built its entire three-year rebuilding project around.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | April 29, 2008
The Ravens grabbed their quarterback of the future with an aggressive move, upgraded their depth at cornerback with a favorable trade and bolstered their special teams throughout the NFL draft. But did the Ravens upgrade their roster enough this weekend to go from the bottom of the AFC North to the top of it? Unless Joe Flacco shows that he can start immediately -- and it seems like the best plan is to have him sit -- the Ravens won't see immediate dividends from this draft beyond special teams.
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By From Sun news services | November 1, 2010
New Orleans 20, Pittsburgh 10 New Orleans, LA (Sports Network) - Drew Brees threw a pair of touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, including an eight-yard score to Lance Moore with 2:37 remaining, as the New Orleans Saints took down the Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-10, in a clash between the past two Super Bowl winners from the Superdome. Brees completed 34-of-44 passes for 305 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception for the Saints (5-3), who bounced back from a 30-17 loss to the Browns last weekend.
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