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September 20, 1996
If this is the dawning of a new era in the NFL -- an era that invokes flashbacks of the league's distant past -- we have Deion Sanders to thank, along with the physical ravages of the game.When Dale Carter latched onto a 46-yard touchdown pass from Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Steve Bono last Sunday, it signaled a whole new way of looking at things.Suddenly, defensive backs can line up at wide receiver, run a fly pattern or two, and influence the outcome of a game.But not just any defensive backs.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | November 8, 2005
Despite coming off a performance that was as exciting as it was vintage, Ravens quarterback Kordell Stewart is expected to be released by the team as early as today. Stewart's release would open a roster spot for running back Musa Smith, who is likely to be activated today from the physically-unable-to-perform list. Quarterback Kyle Boller will start Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Anthony Wright will be his backup. The Ravens also have Brian St. Pierre on the practice squad as the third quarterback.
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January 7, 2002
Ravens scout George Kokinis sizes up the Vikings: Strength: The dangerous receiving corps. Cris Carter is Mr. Clutch and is a threat in the red zone. Randy Moss is just a threat anywhere on the field. Tight end Byron Chamberlain is the reliable third-down target when everybody loads up on those two outside weapons. Weakness: The mentally taxing season. At some point, their problems have to take their toll, especially the latest one with coach Dennis Green leaving. The Vikings have had to deal with the death of Korey Stringer, the retirement of Robert Smith and the injuries at quarterback.
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By Mike Preston | August 18, 2005
Roadblock: The hole opened as quickly as it closed for running back Keith Burnell, who ran off right tackle but right into hard-charging linebackers Ray Lewis and Roderick Green. You easily recognized Burnell after the play. He was the player picking his mouthpiece off the ground. Scary moment: A hush came over the crowd and the coaching staff when defensive lineman Walter Curry fell over offensive tackle Adam Terry and then accidentally smashed into quarterback Anthony Wright. Wright hit the ground hard but was OK. Quarterback saga: You can see it in coach Brian Billick's face at times.
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By Mike Preston | August 18, 2005
Roadblock: The hole opened as quickly as it closed for running back Keith Burnell, who ran off right tackle but right into hard-charging linebackers Ray Lewis and Roderick Green. You easily recognized Burnell after the play. He was the player picking his mouthpiece off the ground. Scary moment: A hush came over the crowd and the coaching staff when defensive lineman Walter Curry fell over offensive tackle Adam Terry and then accidentally smashed into quarterback Anthony Wright. Wright hit the ground hard but was OK. Quarterback saga: You can see it in coach Brian Billick's face at times.
SPORTS
By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | November 8, 2005
Despite coming off a performance that was as exciting as it was vintage, Ravens quarterback Kordell Stewart is expected to be released by the team as early as today. Stewart's release would open a roster spot for running back Musa Smith, who is likely to be activated today from the physically-unable-to-perform list. Quarterback Kyle Boller will start Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Anthony Wright will be his backup. The Ravens also have Brian St. Pierre on the practice squad as the third quarterback.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2005
When Deion Sanders re-signed with the Ravens two months ago, the loquacious nickel back talked about settling "unfinished business." Sanders spoke about his desire to win another Super Bowl and end his stellar career with a memorable season. Funny, he never mentioned anything about re-inventing himself as a pass rusher. After two weeks of training camp, the biggest surprise is how Sanders has changed from a cornerback that quarterbacks used to throw away from to a defender that quarterbacks have to run from.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2004
It would be understandable if Dale Carter - when he reflects upon his football career from time to time - contemplates the "what ifs?" What if the Ravens' newly acquired cornerback did not get suspended for an entire season, then half of another for failing the league's substance abuse policy? What if he had remained in Kansas City, where he made the Pro Bowl in four of his past five years there, rather than sign a free-agent contract with the Denver Broncos that included a signing bonus near $8 million, only to be cut after 14 games?
NEWS
July 17, 2004
On July 15, 2004, JOHN DALE CARTER; beloved husband of Charlotte Stoll; devoted father of Deborah Arenz, Kimberly, Jaqueline and Cynthia Carter; adored grandfather of 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; loving brother of Madeline Smith and predeceased by other brothers and sisters. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and a host of friends. Friends may call at the LOUDEN PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Ave., on Sunday, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8PM where services will be held at 7 PM. Interment private.
SPORTS
December 11, 2005
Matchup Vs. spread -- Ravens 4-8, Broncos 8-3-1. Series -- Ravens lead 4-1. Last meeting -- Ravens won, 26-6, on Oct. 26, 2003, in Baltimore. NFL rankings Ravens offense -- No. 26 (rush No. 22, pass No. 25) Broncos defense -- No. 23T (rush No. 3, pass No. 29) Broncos offense -- No. 5 (rush No. 2, pass No. 20) Ravens defense -- No. 7 (rush No. 13, pass No. 7) Ravens injuries Out -- RB Justin Green (wrist); LB Mike Smith (thigh); G Keydrick Vincent (thigh); OT Orlando Brown (back-IR)
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2005
When Deion Sanders re-signed with the Ravens two months ago, the loquacious nickel back talked about settling "unfinished business." Sanders spoke about his desire to win another Super Bowl and end his stellar career with a memorable season. Funny, he never mentioned anything about re-inventing himself as a pass rusher. After two weeks of training camp, the biggest surprise is how Sanders has changed from a cornerback that quarterbacks used to throw away from to a defender that quarterbacks have to run from.
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2004
It would be understandable if Dale Carter - when he reflects upon his football career from time to time - contemplates the "what ifs?" What if the Ravens' newly acquired cornerback did not get suspended for an entire season, then half of another for failing the league's substance abuse policy? What if he had remained in Kansas City, where he made the Pro Bowl in four of his past five years there, rather than sign a free-agent contract with the Denver Broncos that included a signing bonus near $8 million, only to be cut after 14 games?
SPORTS
January 7, 2002
Ravens scout George Kokinis sizes up the Vikings: Strength: The dangerous receiving corps. Cris Carter is Mr. Clutch and is a threat in the red zone. Randy Moss is just a threat anywhere on the field. Tight end Byron Chamberlain is the reliable third-down target when everybody loads up on those two outside weapons. Weakness: The mentally taxing season. At some point, their problems have to take their toll, especially the latest one with coach Dennis Green leaving. The Vikings have had to deal with the death of Korey Stringer, the retirement of Robert Smith and the injuries at quarterback.
NEWS
September 20, 1996
If this is the dawning of a new era in the NFL -- an era that invokes flashbacks of the league's distant past -- we have Deion Sanders to thank, along with the physical ravages of the game.When Dale Carter latched onto a 46-yard touchdown pass from Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Steve Bono last Sunday, it signaled a whole new way of looking at things.Suddenly, defensive backs can line up at wide receiver, run a fly pattern or two, and influence the outcome of a game.But not just any defensive backs.
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