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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2011
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player or coach to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Loyola fifth-year senior attackman Chris Palmer, a transfer from Bucknell who has scored nine goals in his past four games, which coincides with his shift from midfield to attack. Who approached you about making the position change and were you receptive to the move? This was something that they came to me about.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2011
Between Chris Palmer's masterful play calls and Matt Hasselbeck's perfectly-timed throws, the Ravens found no safe haven at LP Field Sunday. A week after forcing seven turnovers, their defense was taken apart in a methodical, precise assault. How quickly the table turned. The Tennessee Titans had all the right calls in a 26-13 win that left the Ravens' depleted secondary worse for the wear. Hasselbeck, 35 and a 13-year NFL veteran, carved up the Ravens' secondary for 358 yards and had Baltimore's proud defense on its heels most of the sun-drenched afternoon.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | August 9, 1999
BEREA, Ohio -- Staring out into open space where the wall of his still-unfinished office soon would be, Chris Palmer sat and answered telephone calls last winter. From well-wishers and job-seekers. From reporters and inquiring minds. From anyone who dialed the right number."If [the call] got in, they got to talk to me," said Palmer. "A couple said, `Is that you, Chris?' "Yes, it was. The new head coach of the reborn Cleveland Browns was answering his own phone amid the clutter of putting a team together from scratch.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2011
Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player or coach to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Loyola fifth-year senior attackman Chris Palmer, a transfer from Bucknell who has scored nine goals in his past four games, which coincides with his shift from midfield to attack. Who approached you about making the position change and were you receptive to the move? This was something that they came to me about.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1999
If Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Chris Palmer does not become the next coach of the Ravens, he could wind up in that same position at Northwestern University.An NFL source confirmed last night that Palmer, who interviewed in Baltimore on Tuesday for the Ravens' job and also is considered a candidate to take over for the Cleveland Browns, is in line to succeed Gary Barnett as coach at Northwestern.Barnett appears set to become the next coach at Colorado.Along with Minnesota offensive coordinator Brian Billick -- with whom the Ravens cannot negotiate until after the Vikings' season has ended -- the Ravens have held Palmer in high regard since beginning their search to replace Ted Marchibroda.
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By Mike Preston and SUN STAFF | January 1, 1999
The Ravens have been granted permission from four teams to begin speaking with their assistant coaches about replacing former head coach Ted Marchibroda, while former San Francisco 49ers coach George Seifert has shown little interest in the vacant Ravens job, according to a high-ranking team official.Several members of the Ravens front office staff met yesterday morning and were granted permission to interview Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, Philadelphia defensive coordinator Emmitt Thomas, Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Brian Billick and Jacksonville coordinators Chris Palmer (offense)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 1, 1999
The Ravens have been granted permission from four teams to begin speaking with their assistant coaches about replacing former head coach Ted Marchibroda, while former San Francisco 49ers coach George Seifert has shown little interest in the vacant Ravens job, according to a high-ranking team official.Several members of the Ravens front office staff met yesterday morning and were granted permission to interview Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, Philadelphia defensive coordinator Emmitt Thomas, Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Brian Billick and Jacksonville coordinators Chris Palmer (offense)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2010
William M. "Pops" Palmer Jr., a retired career Marine Corps officer and Vietnam veteran who later became a commercial pilot and educator, died Tuesday at his Sykesville home of complications after colon surgery. He was 65. William Merrill Palmer Jr., the son of an insurance salesman and a Stewart's department store manager, was born in Baltimore and raised in Arbutus. He was a 1963 graduate of Polytechnic Institute and began his college studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology before being appointed to the Naval Academy.
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By Ken Murray | October 17, 1999
EastBarring a stunning turnaround, the Rick Mirer era is unlikely to last much longer for the New York Jets. After scoring a touchdown in 44 consecutive games coming into the season, the Jets have gone without a touchdown in two of Mirer's four starts at quarterback. And in 47 possessions, he has produced just five touchdowns. After being criticized for conservative play-calling in an abysmal 16-6 loss to Jacksonville, coach Bill Parcells complained that Mirer didn't take advantage of a half-dozen chances to throw deep.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 24, 1992
FREDERICK -- Scott Rey's bases-loaded bloop single to short right field in the bottom of the seventh lifted Northeast to its second straight state Class 2A baseball title, 7-6, over Walkersville yesterday at McCurdy Field."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2010
William M. "Pops" Palmer Jr., a retired career Marine Corps officer and Vietnam veteran who later became a commercial pilot and educator, died Tuesday at his Sykesville home of complications after colon surgery. He was 65. William Merrill Palmer Jr., the son of an insurance salesman and a Stewart's department store manager, was born in Baltimore and raised in Arbutus. He was a 1963 graduate of Polytechnic Institute and began his college studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology before being appointed to the Naval Academy.
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By RICK MAESE | January 6, 2008
The last papal conclave lasted just two days. The Supreme Court needed less time than that to settle Bush vs. Gore. And a well-placed source indicates the Earth might have been created in as few as six days. So why is it that nearly a week has passed and the Ravens still don't have a new head coach?! Chillax, Ravens fan. This isn't the pope or the leader of the Free World or the only planet in the universe known to sustain life. We're talking about an NFL coach here; you don't rush into these things!
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By STEPHANIE SHAPIRO and STEPHANIE SHAPIRO,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2000
No matter how long you study one of Chris K. Palmer's silk "Shadowfolds," its mystery never completely unfolds. Hexagons, squares and triangles intertwine, spiral and twist into ever more complex variations with indescribable grace. A Bach cantata comes to mind. So does a flurry of snowflakes, each unique but based on the same natural blueprint. You may spend hours meditating on these designs and still have no clue where Palmer started, how he painstakingly manipulated the silk into the three-dimensional, infinitely symmetrical shapes called tesselations or plotted the pattern's journey so it ventures ingeniously from one path to the next.
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By Vito Stellino and Sun reporter | November 8, 1999
Tim Couch had a touch of a virus yesterday and the entire Cleveland Browns' team had a sick look. Couch, the first pick in the collegiate draft last April, looked like a struggling rookie quarterback as he completed nine of 21 passes for 57 yards before he was yanked in the fourth quarter for the first time in his athletic career in the 41-9 loss to the Ravens.Although neither Couch nor coach Chris Palmer mentioned it, backup quarterback Ty Detmer...
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By Ken Murray | October 17, 1999
EastBarring a stunning turnaround, the Rick Mirer era is unlikely to last much longer for the New York Jets. After scoring a touchdown in 44 consecutive games coming into the season, the Jets have gone without a touchdown in two of Mirer's four starts at quarterback. And in 47 possessions, he has produced just five touchdowns. After being criticized for conservative play-calling in an abysmal 16-6 loss to Jacksonville, coach Bill Parcells complained that Mirer didn't take advantage of a half-dozen chances to throw deep.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | August 9, 1999
BEREA, Ohio -- Staring out into open space where the wall of his still-unfinished office soon would be, Chris Palmer sat and answered telephone calls last winter. From well-wishers and job-seekers. From reporters and inquiring minds. From anyone who dialed the right number."If [the call] got in, they got to talk to me," said Palmer. "A couple said, `Is that you, Chris?' "Yes, it was. The new head coach of the reborn Cleveland Browns was answering his own phone amid the clutter of putting a team together from scratch.
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By RICK MAESE | January 6, 2008
The last papal conclave lasted just two days. The Supreme Court needed less time than that to settle Bush vs. Gore. And a well-placed source indicates the Earth might have been created in as few as six days. So why is it that nearly a week has passed and the Ravens still don't have a new head coach?! Chillax, Ravens fan. This isn't the pope or the leader of the Free World or the only planet in the universe known to sustain life. We're talking about an NFL coach here; you don't rush into these things!
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By Vito Stellino and Sun reporter | November 8, 1999
Tim Couch had a touch of a virus yesterday and the entire Cleveland Browns' team had a sick look. Couch, the first pick in the collegiate draft last April, looked like a struggling rookie quarterback as he completed nine of 21 passes for 57 yards before he was yanked in the fourth quarter for the first time in his athletic career in the 41-9 loss to the Ravens.Although neither Couch nor coach Chris Palmer mentioned it, backup quarterback Ty Detmer...
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1999
If Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Chris Palmer does not become the next coach of the Ravens, he could wind up in that same position at Northwestern University.An NFL source confirmed last night that Palmer, who interviewed in Baltimore on Tuesday for the Ravens' job and also is considered a candidate to take over for the Cleveland Browns, is in line to succeed Gary Barnett as coach at Northwestern.Barnett appears set to become the next coach at Colorado.Along with Minnesota offensive coordinator Brian Billick -- with whom the Ravens cannot negotiate until after the Vikings' season has ended -- the Ravens have held Palmer in high regard since beginning their search to replace Ted Marchibroda.
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By Mike Preston and SUN STAFF | January 1, 1999
The Ravens have been granted permission from four teams to begin speaking with their assistant coaches about replacing former head coach Ted Marchibroda, while former San Francisco 49ers coach George Seifert has shown little interest in the vacant Ravens job, according to a high-ranking team official.Several members of the Ravens front office staff met yesterday morning and were granted permission to interview Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, Philadelphia defensive coordinator Emmitt Thomas, Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Brian Billick and Jacksonville coordinators Chris Palmer (offense)
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