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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 26, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - Ever since he started playing football at Maryland, D'Qwell Jackson has been answering questions. Are you big enough to play middle linebacker? How will you replace E.J. Henderson? Can you handle the pressure? Can a sophomore lead the defense? But one question comes up more than any: How did you end up with such a unique name? "I would get that question so much that I finally went to mom [Debra] a few years ago and said, `How did you ever come up with that name?' " Jackson said.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 30, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. On Sunday, the Ravens will take on the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland. So I reached out to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal to talk about this weekend's game and how the Browns have changed since we last chatted. MV: From afar, it seems that rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has progressed since the Ravens faced him. He threw a pair of touchdown passes in three of those games.
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By Edward Lee | December 22, 2011
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco endured one of his worst outings of the season, getting sacked a season-worst five times in Sunday night's 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. The frequency with which San Diego pressured and took down Flacco has sowed a few seeds of confidence among the Cleveland Browns' defensive players that they might be able to replicate those results when the Ravens and Browns meet at M&T Bank Stadium on Christmas Eve. “You know, it's different. It comes down to the way the game is played,” middle linebacker D'Qwell Jackson said.
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By Matt Vensel | September 25, 2012
Bills 24, Browns 14 Cleveland Browns Strategy: Offensively, the Browns run a variation of the West Coast offense, relying on quick passes to methodically move the ball down the field. Early in the game, they leaned on rookie running back Trent Richardson but abandoned that plan after falling behind. Defensively, the Browns used a four-man defensive line and they often had five or more defensive backs on the field as the Bills ran their spread offense, which they struggled matching up against at times.
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By Edward Lee | December 23, 2011
The last time the Ravens and Cleveland Browns met, the Ravens ran for a franchise-record 290 yards with Ray Rice gaining a career-best 204 yards and one touchdown and Ricky Williams rushing for a season-high 76 yards and another touchdown. That's why Rice is expecting the Browns to hone their concentration on stopping the run. “Anybody would after having a game like that,” he said. “We respect them, they respect us. It's all going to be about execution, but we know that they are going to put a nice edge on their defense, have a safety down, whatever they got to do to get the job done.
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By From Sun news services | December 29, 2008
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (right) gave the playoff-bound Pittsburgh Steelers a major scare by suffering a concussion during yesterday's game, an essentially meaningless 31-0 victory over the embarrassed Browns. Roethlisberger, who was expected to play a half to stay sharp before a two-week break, lay on the turf for nearly 15 minutes after being leveled by Willie McGinest and D'Qwell Jackson (Maryland) while passing late in the second quarter. Despite the long delay, Roethlisberger's teammates did not react as if he had been seriously hurt and the quarterback flashed a thumbs-up while being driven off the field.
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By Matt Vensel | September 25, 2012
Bills 24, Browns 14 Cleveland Browns Strategy: Offensively, the Browns run a variation of the West Coast offense, relying on quick passes to methodically move the ball down the field. Early in the game, they leaned on rookie running back Trent Richardson but abandoned that plan after falling behind. Defensively, the Browns used a four-man defensive line and they often had five or more defensive backs on the field as the Bills ran their spread offense, which they struggled matching up against at times.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,Sun Reporter | December 17, 2006
Today, 1 p.m. -- M&T Bank Stadium-- Ch. 13 -- 1090 AM, 97.9 FM -- Line: Ravens by 11 1/2 Ravens run offense vs. Browns run defense Jamal Lewis isn't as flashy as he used to be when he ran over the Browns for 200 yards a game. But he still runs hard and has the power to wear down defenses. In the previous meeting, Lewis gained 86 yards at Cleveland, one of four times he has eclipsed 80 yards this season. The Ravens will attack Cleveland's run defense after the Browns surrendered 303 yards on the ground to Pittsburgh.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 30, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. On Sunday, the Ravens will take on the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland. So I reached out to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal to talk about this weekend's game and how the Browns have changed since we last chatted. MV: From afar, it seems that rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has progressed since the Ravens faced him. He threw a pair of touchdown passes in three of those games.
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By Matt Vensel | March 7, 2012
Unless you count Mario Williams , a defensive end who can also play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, there won't be any marquee lineback ers available in free agency this offseason . But there are a handful of solid start ers -- including a pair of Ravens -- scheduled to be available in a deep class of free agent lineback ers. Jarret Johnson, who has spent nine years with the Ravens, is among the top outside linebackers this...
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By Matt Vensel | March 7, 2012
Unless you count Mario Williams , a defensive end who can also play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, there won't be any marquee lineback ers available in free agency this offseason . But there are a handful of solid start ers -- including a pair of Ravens -- scheduled to be available in a deep class of free agent lineback ers. Jarret Johnson, who has spent nine years with the Ravens, is among the top outside linebackers this...
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By Edward Lee | December 23, 2011
The last time the Ravens and Cleveland Browns met, the Ravens ran for a franchise-record 290 yards with Ray Rice gaining a career-best 204 yards and one touchdown and Ricky Williams rushing for a season-high 76 yards and another touchdown. That's why Rice is expecting the Browns to hone their concentration on stopping the run. “Anybody would after having a game like that,” he said. “We respect them, they respect us. It's all going to be about execution, but we know that they are going to put a nice edge on their defense, have a safety down, whatever they got to do to get the job done.
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By Edward Lee | December 22, 2011
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco endured one of his worst outings of the season, getting sacked a season-worst five times in Sunday night's 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. The frequency with which San Diego pressured and took down Flacco has sowed a few seeds of confidence among the Cleveland Browns' defensive players that they might be able to replicate those results when the Ravens and Browns meet at M&T Bank Stadium on Christmas Eve. “You know, it's different. It comes down to the way the game is played,” middle linebacker D'Qwell Jackson said.
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By From Sun news services | December 29, 2008
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (right) gave the playoff-bound Pittsburgh Steelers a major scare by suffering a concussion during yesterday's game, an essentially meaningless 31-0 victory over the embarrassed Browns. Roethlisberger, who was expected to play a half to stay sharp before a two-week break, lay on the turf for nearly 15 minutes after being leveled by Willie McGinest and D'Qwell Jackson (Maryland) while passing late in the second quarter. Despite the long delay, Roethlisberger's teammates did not react as if he had been seriously hurt and the quarterback flashed a thumbs-up while being driven off the field.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN REPORTER | April 21, 2008
The physical differences between E.J. and Erin Henderson are mostly subtle, mostly slight. Six years, maybe five pounds and perhaps two inches are all that really separate these football-playing brothers. Personality, now that's a night-and-day story. "He's a little more introverted, I'm a little more extroverted," Erin said when he met with reporters in February at the NFL's scouting combine in Indianapolis. That became apparent with the next question. How long did it take to get the reserved E.J. out of his shell?
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,Sun Reporter | December 17, 2006
Today, 1 p.m. -- M&T Bank Stadium-- Ch. 13 -- 1090 AM, 97.9 FM -- Line: Ravens by 11 1/2 Ravens run offense vs. Browns run defense Jamal Lewis isn't as flashy as he used to be when he ran over the Browns for 200 yards a game. But he still runs hard and has the power to wear down defenses. In the previous meeting, Lewis gained 86 yards at Cleveland, one of four times he has eclipsed 80 yards this season. The Ravens will attack Cleveland's run defense after the Browns surrendered 303 yards on the ground to Pittsburgh.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | January 9, 2006
Jim, Moultrie, Ga.: It appears Coach Freidgen is a good coach but a poor recruiter. Why are so many potential recruits leaving and going elsewhere? Will Maryland football return to the big time? I am tired of my friends here in Georgia ragging me about my university's poor football proformance. Is his job safe? Heather A. Dinich: Hi Jim. Ralph isn't going to get them all, but you have to look at the reality of the situation. There is an unusually high amount of talent in the state this year - or so high school coaches have told me. It's hardly as if Maryland is the only school recruiting these kids.
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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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