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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2000
In a game of high-powered offenses, yesterday's Baltimore County 4A-3A League clash was determined by the defensive ability of No. 2-ranked Randallstown to capitalize on visiting Woodlawn's mistakes. The result was a 33-0 rout that helped the Rams (9-0 overall, 8-0 league) clinch at least a share of the county title with only Saturday's game remaining against Milford Mill (5-4). Randallstown, which recorded its fifth shutout of the season, halted a team that had 179-7 scoring advantage and five shutouts in six straight wins.
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By Adam Teicher, The Kansas City Star | January 6, 2011
— The entire football-watching world knows about the Baltimore defense that will play against the Chiefs on Sunday in a first-round playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium. The Ravens are big and physical, tough against the run and feature four Pro Bowlers, including fiery linebacker Ray Lewis. The defensive Chiefs are still a mystery, even in their own locker room. Several defensive players, asked the identity of their unit, had different answers. The Chiefs have no defensive Pro Bowl players.
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By Linda Lowe Morris | September 23, 1990
There are a lot of people around who believe an artist has to suffer -- that if every stroke of the brush isn't agonized over, if every note of the song isn't worried about and every word on the page isn't wrenched from the gut, well, then something must be wrong.But here's Derrick Johnson -- artist, sculptor and maker of art clocks -- working away in his downtown studio, dabbing black paint around the edge of the face of an about-to-be clock. And he's got the music going, he's singing, he's dancing a little bit and saying things like this: "I have a test.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Almost two years have passed since Anquan Boldin and Todd Haley got involved in a shouting match on the sideline of the NFC championship game. Boldin, however, insists that he doesn't have to clear the air with Haley because there's nothing to clear. "It wasn't a problem then, and it's not a problem now," Boldin said. "That's something that happens almost every week in the NFL. Like I said, we buried that then, and we're OK. " Boldin, the Ravens wide receiver, and Haley, the Kansas City Chiefs coach, confronted each other on the sideline during the Arizona Cardinals' game-winning touchdown drive against the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2008 NFC championship game.
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By Adam Teicher, The Kansas City Star | January 6, 2011
— The entire football-watching world knows about the Baltimore defense that will play against the Chiefs on Sunday in a first-round playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium. The Ravens are big and physical, tough against the run and feature four Pro Bowlers, including fiery linebacker Ray Lewis. The defensive Chiefs are still a mystery, even in their own locker room. Several defensive players, asked the identity of their unit, had different answers. The Chiefs have no defensive Pro Bowl players.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | May 9, 1993
After watching Thursday night's wild Round One Promotions Dinner and Boxing Show at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie, I've come up with a batch of questions without answers.Any comments or answers you may have are always welcome on my 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.* Were you surprised that junior welterweight Glen Randolph (3-11) of Monrovia lasted all eight rounds before being decisioned in the main event by Old Mill grad Chuck Sturm (28-3-1)?* Wasn't light heavyweight left-hander Bobby "The Maryland Mauler" Haarhoff, who trains under Jeff Novotny at the Crofton Boxing Center, impressive in his pro debut with a TKO of Baltimore's Cecil Sims (5-14-1)
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 25, 2009
Ben Roethlisberger 's fourth concussion since 2006 apparently won't put him on the bench. Roethlisberger will play Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium as long as he continues to pass postconcussion tests, coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday. The tests measure a player's memory and reflexes, among other factors, before and after he has been injured. "He felt normal. He felt fine," Tomlin said of Roethlisberger's first round of testing. "The battery of tests that he took showed that he had no symptoms.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Almost two years have passed since Anquan Boldin and Todd Haley got involved in a shouting match on the sideline of the NFC championship game. Boldin, however, insists that he doesn't have to clear the air with Haley because there's nothing to clear. "It wasn't a problem then, and it's not a problem now," Boldin said. "That's something that happens almost every week in the NFL. Like I said, we buried that then, and we're OK. " Boldin, the Ravens wide receiver, and Haley, the Kansas City Chiefs coach, confronted each other on the sideline during the Arizona Cardinals' game-winning touchdown drive against the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2008 NFC championship game.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 2005
Derrick Johnson loved sitting and talking about football with his grandfather. Clifton Johnson knew the game well and explained its intricacies to Derrick when he was about 5, talks the Joppatowne junior remembers well. When Derrick Johnson began playing recreation league football for the Edgewood-Joppatowne Steelers, Clifton Johnson often would be there to root him on. That's why the Mariners linebacker dedicated this season to his grandfather, who died last year. Despite being only 5 feet 8, 185 pounds, Johnson has grown into a force in his first season starting at linebacker, helping the Mariners shut down most opponents en route to a 5-1 start as they try for a third straight trip to a state title game.
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June 2, 2002
Moves Baseball DEVIL RAYS: Designated P Lee Gardner for assignment. Recalled P Jason Jimenez from Triple-A Durham. PHILLIES: Activated P Robert Person. Placed P Carlos Silva on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 27, with right knee sprain. REDS: Activated IF Juan Castro. Optioned OF Brady Clark to Triple-A Louisville. TIGERS: Activated IF Damion Easley. Placed OF Jacob Cruz on 15-day DL with inflamed right knee. Basketball WNBA: Named Sparks' Michael Cooper and Sting's Anne Donovan coaches for All-Star Game on July 15 at MCI Center.
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 25, 2009
Ben Roethlisberger 's fourth concussion since 2006 apparently won't put him on the bench. Roethlisberger will play Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium as long as he continues to pass postconcussion tests, coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday. The tests measure a player's memory and reflexes, among other factors, before and after he has been injured. "He felt normal. He felt fine," Tomlin said of Roethlisberger's first round of testing. "The battery of tests that he took showed that he had no symptoms.
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By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 2005
Derrick Johnson loved sitting and talking about football with his grandfather. Clifton Johnson knew the game well and explained its intricacies to Derrick when he was about 5, talks the Joppatowne junior remembers well. When Derrick Johnson began playing recreation league football for the Edgewood-Joppatowne Steelers, Clifton Johnson often would be there to root him on. That's why the Mariners linebacker dedicated this season to his grandfather, who died last year. Despite being only 5 feet 8, 185 pounds, Johnson has grown into a force in his first season starting at linebacker, helping the Mariners shut down most opponents en route to a 5-1 start as they try for a third straight trip to a state title game.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2000
In a game of high-powered offenses, yesterday's Baltimore County 4A-3A League clash was determined by the defensive ability of No. 2-ranked Randallstown to capitalize on visiting Woodlawn's mistakes. The result was a 33-0 rout that helped the Rams (9-0 overall, 8-0 league) clinch at least a share of the county title with only Saturday's game remaining against Milford Mill (5-4). Randallstown, which recorded its fifth shutout of the season, halted a team that had 179-7 scoring advantage and five shutouts in six straight wins.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | May 9, 1993
After watching Thursday night's wild Round One Promotions Dinner and Boxing Show at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie, I've come up with a batch of questions without answers.Any comments or answers you may have are always welcome on my 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.* Were you surprised that junior welterweight Glen Randolph (3-11) of Monrovia lasted all eight rounds before being decisioned in the main event by Old Mill grad Chuck Sturm (28-3-1)?* Wasn't light heavyweight left-hander Bobby "The Maryland Mauler" Haarhoff, who trains under Jeff Novotny at the Crofton Boxing Center, impressive in his pro debut with a TKO of Baltimore's Cecil Sims (5-14-1)
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By Linda Lowe Morris | September 23, 1990
There are a lot of people around who believe an artist has to suffer -- that if every stroke of the brush isn't agonized over, if every note of the song isn't worried about and every word on the page isn't wrenched from the gut, well, then something must be wrong.But here's Derrick Johnson -- artist, sculptor and maker of art clocks -- working away in his downtown studio, dabbing black paint around the edge of the face of an about-to-be clock. And he's got the music going, he's singing, he's dancing a little bit and saying things like this: "I have a test.
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By Ken Murray | September 12, 2005
CHIEF BACKUP DOES THE JOB Priest Holmes is Kansas City's marquee back, but reserve Larry Johnson did the most damage in a 27-7 win over the Jets. Johnson rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns, including a 35-yarder to launch the rout. RESERVE RUSH With their top two backs out, the Steelers entrusted the running game to Willie Parker, who gouged the Titans for 161 rushing yards. BIG DEBUT QB J.P. Losman gave the Bills a turnover-free debut in their win over Houston. He also passed for 170 yards and rushed for 31. ROOKIE IMPACT Chiefs rookie LB Derrick Johnson, who lasted until the 15th pick in the draft, had nine tackles and forced a fumble vs. the Jets.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | October 4, 2012
It appears that the Ravens will be at full strength Sunday when they play the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.  For the second straight day, all the players were on the practice field, participating in some capacity. The injury report also did not change. Guard/tackle Jah Reid , who has yet to be active for a game this season because of a calf injury, was a limited participant. Wide receiver Torrey Smith (sprained ankle) was a full participant. Both players were on the practice field today and did not appear to be limited in any way. For the Chiefs, running back Peyton Hillis (ankle)
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