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By PETER SCHMUCK | January 5, 2009
The most impressive thing about yesterday's 27-9 victory over the Dolphins was the five forced turnovers. The Ravens intercepted Chad Pennington four times and recovered a fumble against a team that turned the ball over just 13 times during the regular season. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/schmuckblog)
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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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December 29, 2004
So what did Chad Pennington expect? Oh, it's OK, Chad. We understand. It's tough being an NFL quarterback. Not exactly. In his first game since he lectured the New York media, Pennington didn't deliver in the Jets' loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Here was the warm and fuzzy greeting he got from Gary Myers of the New York Daily News on Monday: "Chad Pennington, the $64 million quarterback, is becoming predictable. He turns into the $64 quarterback whenever the Jets face an elite team and attempt to prove they belong in the league's top tier.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | May 3, 2009
The Ravens won't have a competition at starting quarterback again this season, but there will be one for the backup job. John Beck has agreed in principle on a one-year contract and will compete with Troy Smith to be the Ravens' No. 2 quarterback, according to an NFL source. Beck will be reunited with Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, who was coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2007, when they drafted the Brigham Young standout in the second round. After Cameron was fired, Beck never clicked with the Bill Parcells regime and was released by the Dolphins on Wednesday, just five days after they drafted West Virginia's Pat White in the second round.
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By Ken Murray | October 18, 2004
Buccaneers (1-4) at Rams (3-2) Time/TV: 9 p.m.; chs, 2, 7 Line: Rams by 6 Trends: It's a rivalry made for Monday night. The Bucs have won the last three meetings, all on Monday Night Football. The Rams come in off an emotional overtime win in Seattle when they erased a 17-point deficit in the final six minutes of regulation. Attractions: The Rams can take the NFC West lead from Seattle with a win. The key matchup will be St. Louis' No. 4 passing game, featuring QB Marc Bulger, against the Bucs' No. 3 pass defense, with CB Ronde Barber.
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January 7, 2007
Today's playoff games N.Y. JETS AT NEW ENGLAND JETS: Questionable: WR Laveranues Coles (jaw); CB David Barrett (hip); CB Andre Dyson (knee); RB Kevan Barlow (thigh); G Brandon Moore (ankle); DT Dewayne Robertson (knee); RB B.J. Askew (foot); S Kerry Rhodes (knee); C Nick Mangold (thigh); RB James Hodgins (knee). Probable: LB Matt Chatham (foot); QB Chad Pennington (calf); S Eric Smith (foot); RB Cedric Houston (calf); DE Bryan Thomas (shoulder). PATRIOTS: Out: S Rodney Harrison (knee)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | May 3, 2009
The Ravens won't have a competition at starting quarterback again this season, but there will be one for the backup job. John Beck has agreed in principle on a one-year contract and will compete with Troy Smith to be the Ravens' No. 2 quarterback, according to an NFL source. Beck will be reunited with Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, who was coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2007, when they drafted the Brigham Young standout in the second round. After Cameron was fired, Beck never clicked with the Bill Parcells regime and was released by the Dolphins on Wednesday, just five days after they drafted West Virginia's Pat White in the second round.
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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 Alex Marvez and Alex Marvez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 31, 2006
Ten notes as the NFL concludes the regular season today: One Braylon Edwards -- The Browns second-year receiver was benched until the second quarter of last week's 22-7 loss to Tampa Bay, reportedly after missing a team meeting after a night out with members of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons. Two Rich Braham -- In 1995, the Bengals offensive lineman was a goat for missing a block that led to prized rookie running back Ki-Jana Carter suffering a major knee injury. But Braham rebounded to play 11 more years for the Bengals until announcing his retirement last week.
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By From Sun news services | January 3, 2009
Peyton Manning can tell Brett Favre to move over and make room for him atop the roster of NFL Most Valuable Players. For the third time, Manning won the award by the Associated Press, joining Favre as the only players in that elite category. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback was a landslide winner yesterday in balloting by a nationwide panel of 50 sportswriters and broadcasters who cover the NFL. Manning also was the league MVP in 2003, when he shared it with Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair, and in 2004.
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By DAVID STEELE and DAVID STEELE,david.steele@baltsun.com | January 5, 2009
MIAMI - The Miami Dolphins tied for the fewest turnovers in a 16-game regular-season in NFL history. As they prepared for yesterday's AFC wild-card playoff game at Dolphin Stadium, this is how the Ravens didn't respond to that: Ooooh, lordy, lordy, how are we going to get the ball away from them? More like: Hmmm, how many times will we? "It's not about what they do," defensive coordinator Rex Ryan repeated often in the visiting - and decisively victorious - locker room at Dolphin Stadium yesterday.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | January 5, 2009
The most impressive thing about yesterday's 27-9 victory over the Dolphins was the five forced turnovers. The Ravens intercepted Chad Pennington four times and recovered a fumble against a team that turned the ball over just 13 times during the regular season. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/schmuckblog)
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By From Sun news services | January 3, 2009
Peyton Manning can tell Brett Favre to move over and make room for him atop the roster of NFL Most Valuable Players. For the third time, Manning won the award by the Associated Press, joining Favre as the only players in that elite category. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback was a landslide winner yesterday in balloting by a nationwide panel of 50 sportswriters and broadcasters who cover the NFL. Manning also was the league MVP in 2003, when he shared it with Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair, and in 2004.
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By RICK MAESE and RICK MAESE,rick.maese@baltsun.com | January 3, 2009
DAVIE, FLA. - The Easter egg colors left no doubt it was a different locker room. But that was the only telltale sign. If you closed your eyes - and forgot about the Florida reporters who can still wear golf shorts in January - you might as well have been in Owings Mills. Here's what the linebacker said, "Before the first game started, it was only us 53 guys on this team who thought we could win, thought we could go to the playoffs, thought we could win a single game this season." Ray Lewis?
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By Peter Schmuck | August 10, 2008
News item: Team USA star Kobe Bryant told a reporter the other day that he won't sign a contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers until he tests the global market. He claims he's considering a $50 million offer from Europe. My take: What's he going to do, play for the whole continent? Trust me, when this is over, Kobe will be a Laker for life and the only thing global about him will be that he'll still be a world-class pain in butt. News item: Kyle Boller completed 11 of 15 passes for 102 yards in the Ravens' first preseason game.
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By Bill Ordine and Bill Ordine,Sun Reporter | January 8, 2007
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Starting out at a breakneck offensive pace and then downshifting into deliberate efficiency, the New England Patriots wore down the stubborn New York Jets, 37-16, yesterday at Gillette Stadium to advance to the AFC divisional playoff round. The Patriots will travel to San Diego to face the top-seeded Chargers Sunday. AFC East champion New England (13-4) opened and closed the first half with a no-huddle offense and each time scored a touchdown. In the second half, while protecting the lead, the Patriots settled into a methodical attack that produced enough points to keep the Jets at arm's length and then buried New York (10-7)
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By DAVID STEELE and DAVID STEELE,david.steele@baltsun.com | January 5, 2009
MIAMI - The Miami Dolphins tied for the fewest turnovers in a 16-game regular-season in NFL history. As they prepared for yesterday's AFC wild-card playoff game at Dolphin Stadium, this is how the Ravens didn't respond to that: Ooooh, lordy, lordy, how are we going to get the ball away from them? More like: Hmmm, how many times will we? "It's not about what they do," defensive coordinator Rex Ryan repeated often in the visiting - and decisively victorious - locker room at Dolphin Stadium yesterday.
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November 14, 2004
GAME FACTS Matchup Records: Ravens 5-3; Jets 6-2. Line: Ravens by 1. Vs. spread: Ravens 6-2; Jets 3-3. Series: Ravens lead 2-1. Last meeting: Ravens won, 34-20, on Dec. 24, 2000, at Baltimore. NFL rankings Ravens offense: 32nd (rush T8th, pass 32nd) Ravens defense 5th (rush 7th, pass 7th) Jets offense: 9th (rush 4th, pass 19th) Jets defense: 11th (rush 11th, pass 12th) Ravens injuries Out: TE Todd Heap (ankle). Questionable: OT Jonathan Ogden (hamstring); CB Deion Sanders (foot)
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January 7, 2007
Today's playoff games N.Y. JETS AT NEW ENGLAND JETS: Questionable: WR Laveranues Coles (jaw); CB David Barrett (hip); CB Andre Dyson (knee); RB Kevan Barlow (thigh); G Brandon Moore (ankle); DT Dewayne Robertson (knee); RB B.J. Askew (foot); S Kerry Rhodes (knee); C Nick Mangold (thigh); RB James Hodgins (knee). Probable: LB Matt Chatham (foot); QB Chad Pennington (calf); S Eric Smith (foot); RB Cedric Houston (calf); DE Bryan Thomas (shoulder). PATRIOTS: Out: S Rodney Harrison (knee)
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By Alex Marvez and Alex Marvez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 31, 2006
Ten notes as the NFL concludes the regular season today: One Braylon Edwards -- The Browns second-year receiver was benched until the second quarter of last week's 22-7 loss to Tampa Bay, reportedly after missing a team meeting after a night out with members of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons. Two Rich Braham -- In 1995, the Bengals offensive lineman was a goat for missing a block that led to prized rookie running back Ki-Jana Carter suffering a major knee injury. But Braham rebounded to play 11 more years for the Bengals until announcing his retirement last week.
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