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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2004
With every remarkable touchdown catch he plucks from the sky, Clarence Moore builds a trust with quarterback Kyle Boller and settles into an unlikely home. The journey for the rookie receiver has been a rapid one, from a long-shot project at Northern Arizona to a rising playmaker for the Ravens. Yet nothing has rattled Moore, a scrawny, baby-faced 22-year-old, since moving quickly has always been a way of life. Growing up, his family relocated 10 times throughout California because of evictions.
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By MIKE PRESTON | August 14, 2007
The script couldn't have been any better for an opener. The Ravens went 93 yards on 12 plays, and scored on a 6-yard pass from quarterback Steve McNair to tight end Quinn Sypniewski on their first drive of the preseason against the Philadelphia Eagles last night at M&T Bank Stadium. Ravens coach Brian Billick then pulled out his top starters on offense, and it was over. Mission accomplished. It's hard to critique the Ravens' first drive, it was impressive. McNair was 6-for-8 for 83 yards and he knew exactly where his receivers were on every play, unlike a year ago when he was still learning the offense.
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September 17, 1991
GolfBrian Morrison of Baltimore Country Club posted 36-34-70 and took a one-stroke lead over Glen Barrett of Glenn Dale GC halfway through the second annual Northern Chapter championship of the Middle Atlantic Professional Golfers' Association at Cumberland CC. In the Central Chapter championship, reduced to one round, Jim Fitzgerald of Chevy Chase Club won with 34-36-70, defeating Bob Boyd, Woodmont CC, by two strokes.* Clarence Moore of Winnsboro, S.C., shot a 3-over 73 to lead the first round of stroke play at the 37th U.S. Senior Amateur Championship in Frankfort, Mich.
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By EDWARD LEE | August 7, 2007
McNAIR'S SCARE Ravens fans gasped during yesterday's morning practice when defensive tackle Haloti Ngata accidentally rolled into quarterback Steve McNair during an 11-on-11 drill. McNair was slow to get up, but he stayed in and threw a pass on the next play. A RUMBLING HEAP The offense unveiled a new wrinkle when McNair threw a screen pass to tight end Todd Heap. Don't know too many defenders who would be pleased to see a 6-foot-5, 252-pound player running in the open field behind a group of linemen.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | July 26, 2004
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to contracts with three more of their 2004 draft picks. WR Devard Darling, the Ravens' third round selection (82nd overall) signed a three-year agreement today. DE Dwan Edwards, the Ravens' first choice in the draft (2nd round, 51st overall) agreed to a five-year deal. And LB Roderick Green (5th round, 153rd overall) agreed to a three-year contract. QB Josh Harris, the first of two sixth-rounders (187th overall), and G Brian Rimpf, the second of two seventh-round selections (246th overall)
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December 13, 2004
Score: Ravens lead 17-7 Quarter: Second Situation: Ravens; ball, third-and-goal at the Giants' 8 Play: The Ravens are trying to regain the momentum after the Giants' Osi Umenyiora returned a fumble 50 yards for a touchdown. As Kyle Boller (7) drops back to pass, running back Chester Taylor (29) picks up blitzing safety Brent Alexander (26). Defensive end Lance Legree (70) applies pressure and Boller throws the ball just before he's hit by Legree. A leaping Clarence Moore (84) catches the ball over cornerback Terry Cousin (22)
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December 10, 2003
On December 6, 2003 EUGENE BEDFORD MOORE, JR., beloved husband of the late Janet Marie (nee Morrow) Moore; loving father of Peter Moore, Judith Estreicher, Sally Regnier, Ann Moxley, and Jane Brown. Cherished grandfather of 11; dear brother of Clarence Moore and Lila Mann. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, December 12 at 11 a.m. at the St. James United Methodist Church, 12470 Rt. 99, West Friendship, MD. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Mr. Moore's name may be directed to the Eugene B. Moore Jr. and Janet Morrow Moore Trust Fund, c/o 13205 Rt. 144, West Friendship, MD 21794 or to the Camp Greentop Endowment Fund, c/o 1111 East Coldspring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21239.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | July 29, 2006
THUMBS UP Steve McNair's best pass came when he floated a throw over a linebacker and into the hands of tight end Todd Heap. Defensive back Jamaine Winborne, who is fighting for a roster spot, made an interception. THUMBS DOWN The new Brian Billick is apparently a short-winded one. The head coach gave no expansive answers after practice in one of his shortest news conferences ever, ending it after 2 1/2 minutes. Asked about the absence of first-round pick Haloti Ngata, who later in the day agreed to terms, the usual verbose Billick referred all questions to general manager Ozzie Newsome.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | January 12, 2006
The Ravens hired Mike Johnson as their receivers coach yesterday, the first addition in the team's staff makeover. Johnson, who spent the past three seasons tutoring Michael Vick as the Atlanta Falcons' quarterbacks coach, said he wants to stress fundamentals and a change in attitude. David Shaw, the Ravens' receivers coach who was fired last week, had a reputation for being "soft," according to one team official. "The one thing we want to be known as is a tough, physical group," Johnson said.
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By Mike Preston | December 6, 2004
Quarterback: Kyle Boller was 19-for-33 for 172 yards, and several of his passes were dropped. But he also waited way too long to throw to Kevin Johnson on a crossing pattern in the first half, and threw behind Clarence Moore on a slant-in route in the end zone in the first half. He's developing, but still struggling. GRADE: C- Running backs: Chester Taylor rushed for 139 yards on 23 carries. There were times he appeared to be stopped but still gained 2 or 3 yards. He hides behind his blockers well.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 15, 2007
Quarterbacks B+ If there was one player you didn't expect to play poorly in the playoffs, it was Steve McNair (above), but he turned in a dud. Overall, if it weren't for McNair, the Ravens wouldn't have won a couple of games in the last minute nor would they have gotten to the playoffs. He improved the passing game this season even though he was erratic at times. There were questions about his arm strength early in the season, but he proved he still has some life in his right arm. More importantly, he gave the entire team confidence and a swagger that has been missing for years.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | November 11, 2006
The NFL's third-ranked defense could be without a starter for the first time this season. Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis is considered a game-time decision for tomorrow's game against the Tennessee Titans, coach Brian Billick said after yesterday's practice. Lewis bruised his back Sunday and has missed every practice this week. Lewis said he expected earlier in the week to start - even predicting he would practice by the end of the week - but it appears his back hasn't progressed quickly enough.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | September 5, 2006
Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason and cornerback Chris McAlister declared themselves healthy and available for the team's regular-season opener at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Sunday. Both players missed Thursday's preseason finale against the Washington Redskins, but Mason (left knee bruise) and McAlister (sore right thigh) practiced yesterday and said their injuries shouldn't prevent them from suiting up against the Buccaneers. "It's feeling fine," Mason said. "It was just one of those things where just a little rest [was needed]
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | September 1, 2006
LANDOVER -- Keydrick Vincent and Tony Pashos might have a case for filing for overtime pay. While the majority of the first-team offense played just the first two series of last night's 17-10 preseason victory over the host Washington Redskins at FedEx Field, starters Vincent, the right guard, and Pashos, the right tackle, participated in two more possessions. After the game, neither player seemed bothered by the coaching staff's decision to send them in with quarterback Kyle Boller and the second-team unit.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | August 15, 2006
Running across the middle and catching the pass lofted by quarterback Brian St. Pierre was not new for Clarence Moore. Completing the task during practice, however, was. For the first time since undergoing an operation to repair a sports hernia in May, Moore practiced yesterday afternoon with the rest of his Ravens teammates at the team's training camp at McDaniel College. "It feels like it's about time," said Moore, who was activated off the physically-unable-to-perform list after missing 17 days of camp.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | August 14, 2006
The Ravens were healthier for yesterday's practice than they were entering the preseason opener two days earlier. Of the nine players who missed the 17-16 loss to the New York Giants, five returned to practice, including defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. The team's first-round pick had missed all of camp last week with a sprained knee. "He needs a lot of reps," coach Brian Billick said. The others back practicing were: linebacker Ray Lewis, cornerback Samari Rolle, cornerback David Pittman and tight end Rob Abiamiri.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | August 10, 2006
Justin Green and Ovie Mughelli aren't sure which one will be tabbed as the Ravens' starting fullback. It's the same dilemma confronting the coaching staff. Thirteen days into training camp at McDaniel College at Westminster, the competition for the job is still open. At times Green -- who is listed first on the depth chart at the fullback spot ---has been part of the first-team offense, but Mughelli has run with the same unit on other occasions. It's a somewhat troubling situation for an offense that prides itself on a power running game.
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