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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1998
PITTSBURGH -- Minutes after the Pittsburgh Steelers had beaten the New England Patriots, 7-6, Saturday in an AFC semifinal, a media horde was hanging around the locker of Steelers cornerback Chad Scott.Again.Only this time, they didn't want to ask him how he was beaten on a post or quick-out pattern. And there were no questions about a sprained right ankle that had bothered him early in the season or why it took so long for him to move into the starting lineup.Scott, a former player at Towson State and the University of Maryland who was the Steelers' No. 1 draft pick last April, was one of the stars of the game.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2011
Athletes and movie stars open restaurants, so why not car dealers? Harry Gladding managed it back in the 1970s with Uncle Charlie's Bistro in Mount Vernon. And Gladding didn't even star in his own television commercials. Times have changed, and in a market the size of Baltimore, a car dealer with a long-running ad campaign can evolve into a megawatt star. Jack Antwerpen, by most accounts, is a household name in Baltimore, like Formstone or Berger cookie. But when a restaurant owned by Antwerpen and his wife, Dolores, opens later this month n in St. Michaels, it won't be called Antwerpen's or Jack's.
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By BALTIMORE SUN ARCHIVES | September 5, 2008
With the Ravens starting a rookie quarterback Sunday, we take a look at the last time a rookie started at quarterback - Kyle Boller on Sept. 7, 2003, against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a 34-15 loss. What happened: : Boller, the team's first-round pick (19th overall) in the NFL draft, received the nod over Chris Redman and Anthony Wright for the starting job. He got off to a shaky start, and the Ravens never recovered. His first throw was over the head of running back Jamal Lewis, his third was intercepted by linebacker Kendrell Bell and his fourth was almost picked off by Chad Scott (Maryland)
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By BALTIMORE SUN ARCHIVES | September 5, 2008
With the Ravens starting a rookie quarterback Sunday, we take a look at the last time a rookie started at quarterback - Kyle Boller on Sept. 7, 2003, against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a 34-15 loss. What happened: : Boller, the team's first-round pick (19th overall) in the NFL draft, received the nod over Chris Redman and Anthony Wright for the starting job. He got off to a shaky start, and the Ravens never recovered. His first throw was over the head of running back Jamal Lewis, his third was intercepted by linebacker Kendrell Bell and his fourth was almost picked off by Chad Scott (Maryland)
SPORTS
July 21, 1998
BaseballAL: Named White Sox OF Albert Belle Player of the Week.NL: Named Padres OF Greg Vaughn Player of the Week.Astros: Activated OF Richard Hidalgo from DL.Expos: Recalled OF Terry Jones from Triple-A Ottawa.Giants: Activated IF Rich Aurilia from DL. Optioned IF Wilson Delgado to Triple-A Fresno.Rockies: Recalled P Mark Brownson from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Sent P David Wainhouse outright to Colorado Springs.Tigers: Activated P Bryce Florie. Optioned former Orioles minor-league OF Kimera Bartee to Triple-A Toledo.
SPORTS
April 27, 2005
Moves Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Suspended OF Jamal Strong of Triple-A Tacoma 10 days for violation of league's drug prevention and treatment program. BLUE JAYS: Announced former Orioles C Greg Myers refused assignment to Triple-A Syracuse and has chosen to become free agent. Purchased contract of former Orioles C Ken Huckaby from Syracuse. BREWERS: Signed OF Lorenzo Cain. CUBS: Placed P Chad Fox on 15-day DL. Recalled P Will Ohman from Triple-A Iowa. RED SOX: Placed P David Wells on 15-day DL with right foot injury.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2011
Athletes and movie stars open restaurants, so why not car dealers? Harry Gladding managed it back in the 1970s with Uncle Charlie's Bistro in Mount Vernon. And Gladding didn't even star in his own television commercials. Times have changed, and in a market the size of Baltimore, a car dealer with a long-running ad campaign can evolve into a megawatt star. Jack Antwerpen, by most accounts, is a household name in Baltimore, like Formstone or Berger cookie. But when a restaurant owned by Antwerpen and his wife, Dolores, opens later this month n in St. Michaels, it won't be called Antwerpen's or Jack's.
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By Chuck Finder and Chuck Finder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 3, 2001
PITTSBURGH - Chad Scott looked up at the toy action figure hanging from the top of his Steelers stall and smiled. Not many professional football players put their number on the back of an 8-inch child's plaything and place it on such a pedestal. Not many players look up to ... Wolverine? "Yeah, my family knows I'm the X-Man," the former Maryland standout said of the folks back in Capitol Heights. After seeing the movie X-Men last year, the Pittsburgh starting left cornerback began gesturing after his defensive plays, crossing his forearms and wiggling his fingers, marking the spot with an X. Then came this Wolverine business.
SPORTS
September 17, 1994
MARYLAND (0-2) at WEST VIRGINIA (1-2)Site: Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, W. Va.Time: 1 p.m.TV: HTS, tape delay, tomorrow, 12:30 p.m.Radio: WBAL (1090 AM), WWRC (980 AM)Line: West Virginia by 14.Series: West Virginia leads, 15-14-2.Outlook: Both teams have been disappointing. The Mountaineers are one of just six teams in the nation scoring less than 10 points a game, but they still have a big offensive line and junior TB Robert Walker, who began his march to a school single-season rushing record with 161 yards in last year's 42-37 victory at Byrd Stadium.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1998
Tom Clancy wasn't exactly welcomed with open arms by NFL officials when he won a bidding war in February to buy the Minnesota Vikings.The league preferred that team president Roger Headrick, an ally of commissioner Paul Tagliabue, retain the team. Tagliabue even took seven weeks to decide that Headrick didn't have the right to match Clancy's offer.The league has since done its best to discredit Clancy's bid.There have been various reports quoting "league sources" in Minneapolis as saying Clancy doesn't have the financing to do the deal.
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April 27, 2005
Moves Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Suspended OF Jamal Strong of Triple-A Tacoma 10 days for violation of league's drug prevention and treatment program. BLUE JAYS: Announced former Orioles C Greg Myers refused assignment to Triple-A Syracuse and has chosen to become free agent. Purchased contract of former Orioles C Ken Huckaby from Syracuse. BREWERS: Signed OF Lorenzo Cain. CUBS: Placed P Chad Fox on 15-day DL. Recalled P Will Ohman from Triple-A Iowa. RED SOX: Placed P David Wells on 15-day DL with right foot injury.
SPORTS
By Chuck Finder and Chuck Finder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 3, 2001
PITTSBURGH - Chad Scott looked up at the toy action figure hanging from the top of his Steelers stall and smiled. Not many professional football players put their number on the back of an 8-inch child's plaything and place it on such a pedestal. Not many players look up to ... Wolverine? "Yeah, my family knows I'm the X-Man," the former Maryland standout said of the folks back in Capitol Heights. After seeing the movie X-Men last year, the Pittsburgh starting left cornerback began gesturing after his defensive plays, crossing his forearms and wiggling his fingers, marking the spot with an X. Then came this Wolverine business.
SPORTS
July 21, 1998
BaseballAL: Named White Sox OF Albert Belle Player of the Week.NL: Named Padres OF Greg Vaughn Player of the Week.Astros: Activated OF Richard Hidalgo from DL.Expos: Recalled OF Terry Jones from Triple-A Ottawa.Giants: Activated IF Rich Aurilia from DL. Optioned IF Wilson Delgado to Triple-A Fresno.Rockies: Recalled P Mark Brownson from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Sent P David Wainhouse outright to Colorado Springs.Tigers: Activated P Bryce Florie. Optioned former Orioles minor-league OF Kimera Bartee to Triple-A Toledo.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1998
PITTSBURGH -- Minutes after the Pittsburgh Steelers had beaten the New England Patriots, 7-6, Saturday in an AFC semifinal, a media horde was hanging around the locker of Steelers cornerback Chad Scott.Again.Only this time, they didn't want to ask him how he was beaten on a post or quick-out pattern. And there were no questions about a sprained right ankle that had bothered him early in the season or why it took so long for him to move into the starting lineup.Scott, a former player at Towson State and the University of Maryland who was the Steelers' No. 1 draft pick last April, was one of the stars of the game.
SPORTS
September 17, 1994
MARYLAND (0-2) at WEST VIRGINIA (1-2)Site: Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, W. Va.Time: 1 p.m.TV: HTS, tape delay, tomorrow, 12:30 p.m.Radio: WBAL (1090 AM), WWRC (980 AM)Line: West Virginia by 14.Series: West Virginia leads, 15-14-2.Outlook: Both teams have been disappointing. The Mountaineers are one of just six teams in the nation scoring less than 10 points a game, but they still have a big offensive line and junior TB Robert Walker, who began his march to a school single-season rushing record with 161 yards in last year's 42-37 victory at Byrd Stadium.
SPORTS
January 5, 2003
Today Cleveland at Pittsburgh BROWNS: Out: QB Tim Couch (leg). STEELERS: Doubtful: CB Chad Scott (hand). Questionable: LB Kendrell Bell (ankle). Probable: RB Jerome Bettis (knee); LB James Farrior (shoulder). N.Y. Giants at San Francisco GIANTS: Questionable: WR Ron Dixon (knee). 49ERS: Out: LB Jamie Winborn (knee). Questionable: LB Saleem Rasheed (thigh); G Ron Stone (ankle); CB Jason Webster (ankle). Probable: T Derrick Deese (ankle); S JAson Moore (quadricep); DE Sean Moran (Achilles)
NEWS
April 27, 2009
Sadly, on April 24, 2009, WANDA J. "Tina" Metcalf, beloved wife of the late Jackie W. Metcalf Sr.; loving mother of John Johnson Jr., Charles Johnson, Jackie W., Chad, Scott and the late Shannon and Kenny Metcalf; cherished grandmother of 15; great grandmother of two; dear sister of Vicki Lewis and Robin Murphy; special mother-in-law and best friend to Racheal. Also survived by other family members and friends. Family members and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME OF LANSDOWNE, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road, Landsdowne ,MD 21227 on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a funeral service will be held on Wednesday beginning at 3 P.M. Interment private.
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