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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
At Stevenson, playing defensive midfield is almost as much about athleticism as it is about defensive commitment. A unit composed of long-stick midfielders Chad Williams, Ryan Rubenstein and Warren Pumphrey and short-stick midfielders Connor Curro, Dylan Muti, Marcellus Preston and Peter Green must keep an opponent's midfielders at bay and turn defense into instant offense. “You've got to get your best athletes out there, and that's what we have,” said Williams, a freshman. “We have a bunch of athletes that are willing to put 110 percent as a team and play good team defense.” Added Curro: “We stress on it a lot, getting up and down the field and clearing and transition.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2014
Wednesday's entry is the final installment of a series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday, Feb. 7. This is Stevenson's turn. Overview: Having reached the NCAA quarterfinals in 2011 and the semifinals in 2012, the Mustangs were ready to make their first appearance in the championship final. But not content with just making a showing, the 2013 squad reached the pinnacle of the Division III mountain with a 16-14 win over the Rochester Institute of Technology, giving the school its first national title in any sport.
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By Brent Jones | August 6, 2002
Thumbs up: Guard Bennie Anderson knocked Ray Lewis backward on a running play to Tellis Redmon during 11-on-11 drills. Thumbs down: Cornerback Alvin Porter was in position but failed to break up a pass to Ron Johnson, resulting in a 40-yard gain. ... Tight end Terry Jones dropped what would have been a 20-yard reception. Quotable: "I don't have time to watch games where we have former players. I don't think my satellite covers that many games." - Ravens coach Brian Billick on if he planned to watch former Ravens Jamie Sharper and Jermaine Lewis with the Houston Texans last night.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
At Stevenson, playing defensive midfield is almost as much about athleticism as it is about defensive commitment. A unit composed of long-stick midfielders Chad Williams, Ryan Rubenstein and Warren Pumphrey and short-stick midfielders Connor Curro, Dylan Muti, Marcellus Preston and Peter Green must keep an opponent's midfielders at bay and turn defense into instant offense. “You've got to get your best athletes out there, and that's what we have,” said Williams, a freshman. “We have a bunch of athletes that are willing to put 110 percent as a team and play good team defense.” Added Curro: “We stress on it a lot, getting up and down the field and clearing and transition.
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October 25, 2004
DEION SANDERS' INTERCEPTION, TD Score: Tied 3-3PLAY Quarter: First Situation: Bills' ball, third-and-nine at the Ravens' 45 Play: Bills quarterback Drew Bledsoe (11) is in the shotgun, flanked by running backs Willis McGahee (21) and Travis Henry (20). Bledsoe rolls to his right and fakes the pitch to Henry. Hoping the defense has bought the fake, Bledsoe turns around and throws a screen pass to McGahee on his left. The high throw goes through McGahee's hands and is deflected into the air by safety Chad Williams (49)
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By Brent Jones and The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2004
With his left leg heavily taped and his future availability uncertain, left tackle Jonathan Ogden seemed more confused than angry. Ogden suffered a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter of the Ravens' 20-6 win over the Buffalo Bills yesterday and likely will miss Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. He had to be helped off the field and hobbled around the locker room in obvious discomfort 30 minutes after the game. "I've never had [a hamstring injury]," Ogden said with a peculiar look on his face.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 8, 2004
The limp has faded, the gallop is nearing full speed and the towering confidence in himself remains status quo. Deion Sanders, the Ravens' highly publicized nickel back, appears close to returning for Sunday's game against the New York Giants after missing the past four games with an injured foot. "We'll see," Ravens coach Brian Billick said. Sanders' return cannot come soon enough for the Ravens. And not just for the team's sake. Sanders has been itching to get back on the field since suffering the injury Nov. 7 against the Cleveland Browns.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 14, 2005
After devising a defense that amounts to a brick wall, Ravens coaches beam when opponents continually ram their proverbial heads against it. Such was the case in Sunday's 12-10 loss to the Denver Broncos, who entered the game with the league's second-best rushing attack. Denver, behind the trio of Tatum Bell, Mike Anderson and Ron Dayne, did not stray far from its identity, though the results against what essentially was a five-man defensive front line were negligible. The Ravens held an opponent to less than 100 rushing yards for the seventh time this season, doing so primarily with a combination of eight linemen and linebackers.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 22, 2004
Chad Williams gave a clear view of his mind-set when he answered a question about his increased playing time yesterday. Williams played primarily as the nickel (fifth) defensive back in the Ravens' 30-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys, replacing an injured Deion Sanders and moving up a notch from his normal role as the dime (sixth) back. Instead of relishing a day on which he returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown, Williams looked at the future. "Now when I switch back to dime, I'll have an advantage because I'll be that much quicker on the tight end," Williams said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 26, 2003
Frank Sanders was added to the injury report yesterday, but the Ravens veteran receiver is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. He is listed as questionable after experiencing tightness in his hamstring. After missing the season opener with a foot injury, Sanders has three catches for 45 yards. "He should be fine for the weekend," Ravens coach Brian Billick said. Sanders said he felt soreness in his hamstring during Wednesday's warm-ups. But yesterday, he felt improvement and even played basketball before practice.
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November 12, 2006
Today GREEN BAY AT MINNESOTA PACKERS -- Doubtful: RB Brandon Miree (Elbow); RB Vernand Morency (Back). Questionable: WR Greg Jennings (Ankle); CB Charles Woodson (Knee). Probable: T Chad Clifton (Knee); S Nick Collins (Kidney); TE Bubba Franks (Wrist); RB Ahman Green (Knee); DT Johnny Jolly (Ankle); DT Cullen Jenkins (Ankle). VIKINGS -- Out: WR Marcus Robinson (Back); LB Napoleon Harris (Wrist). Questionable: DE Darrion Scott (Ankle). Probable: RB Tony Richardson (Thumb); RB Chester Taylor (Calf)
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 14, 2005
After devising a defense that amounts to a brick wall, Ravens coaches beam when opponents continually ram their proverbial heads against it. Such was the case in Sunday's 12-10 loss to the Denver Broncos, who entered the game with the league's second-best rushing attack. Denver, behind the trio of Tatum Bell, Mike Anderson and Ron Dayne, did not stray far from its identity, though the results against what essentially was a five-man defensive front line were negligible. The Ravens held an opponent to less than 100 rushing yards for the seventh time this season, doing so primarily with a combination of eight linemen and linebackers.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | October 19, 2005
The hypothetical is posed to Chad Williams, and the thick Alabama drawl that generally accompanies his words of humility takes a hiatus. So does the humility. Williams vs. Ed Reed - who wins that footrace? "I don't know," Williams said, voice perking up. "You might want to check the [NFL] combine stats [in 2002] because I was the fastest strong safety." Williams cracks a smile, then admits the obvious. "No, but Ed has speed you can't judge," he said. "Where I can make it up is by reading keys [on the field]
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 8, 2004
The limp has faded, the gallop is nearing full speed and the towering confidence in himself remains status quo. Deion Sanders, the Ravens' highly publicized nickel back, appears close to returning for Sunday's game against the New York Giants after missing the past four games with an injured foot. "We'll see," Ravens coach Brian Billick said. Sanders' return cannot come soon enough for the Ravens. And not just for the team's sake. Sanders has been itching to get back on the field since suffering the injury Nov. 7 against the Cleveland Browns.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 22, 2004
Chad Williams gave a clear view of his mind-set when he answered a question about his increased playing time yesterday. Williams played primarily as the nickel (fifth) defensive back in the Ravens' 30-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys, replacing an injured Deion Sanders and moving up a notch from his normal role as the dime (sixth) back. Instead of relishing a day on which he returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown, Williams looked at the future. "Now when I switch back to dime, I'll have an advantage because I'll be that much quicker on the tight end," Williams said.
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By David Steele | October 25, 2004
AS IF ANYONE thought Brian Billick could resist saying, "I told you so," Billick said he told us so. Told us signing Deion Sanders was the right idea back in the summer, and saw himself proved right yesterday. The problem is - and it is a problem - not even Billick could have imagined then how much he would have needed Deion. No way he could have thought he'd be sitting there near the end of October, after a home victory against the lowly Buffalo Bills, this thankful that he had another offensive weapon on defense.
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By David Steele | October 25, 2004
AS IF ANYONE thought Brian Billick could resist saying, "I told you so," Billick said he told us so. Told us signing Deion Sanders was the right idea back in the summer, and saw himself proved right yesterday. The problem is - and it is a problem - not even Billick could have imagined then how much he would have needed Deion. No way he could have thought he'd be sitting there near the end of October, after a home victory against the lowly Buffalo Bills, this thankful that he had another offensive weapon on defense.
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October 25, 2004
DEION SANDERS' INTERCEPTION, TD Score: Tied 3-3PLAY Quarter: First Situation: Bills' ball, third-and-nine at the Ravens' 45 Play: Bills quarterback Drew Bledsoe (11) is in the shotgun, flanked by running backs Willis McGahee (21) and Travis Henry (20). Bledsoe rolls to his right and fakes the pitch to Henry. Hoping the defense has bought the fake, Bledsoe turns around and throws a screen pass to McGahee on his left. The high throw goes through McGahee's hands and is deflected into the air by safety Chad Williams (49)
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