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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | November 18, 2009
Dick Jauron was fired by the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, when the coach ran out of time to build a contender or come up with a way to fix an offense that sputtered even with the addition of Terrell Owens . The move came two days after the Bills (3-6) fell further out of contention following a 41-17 loss at Tennessee. Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell was named interim head coach. Bills owner Ralph Wilson credited Fewell for "demonstrating excellent leadership skills," while noting the players have plenty of "confidence in him."
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By From Sun news services | November 26, 2009
The Kitsap County (Washington) coroner said Tony Fein , who was a member of the Ravens during the preseason, died of an accidental drug overdose. Coroner Greg Sandstrom said Wednesday that toxicology tests showed "acute opiate [morphine] intoxication" with the added effect of Alprazolam, a drug used to treat anxiety. Sandstrom says Fein also vomited and aspirated that material. Fein collapsed Oct. 6 at a friend's house near Port Orchard and died at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.
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January 6, 2008
Regular-season performance of all NFL head coaches hired since the Ravens fired Ted Marchibroda after the 1998 season: Playoff Coach Years W-L appearances AFC East Bills Gregg Williams 2001-2003 17-31 0 Mike Mularkey 2004-2005 14-18 0 Dick Jauron 2006-present 14-18 0 Dolphins Dave Wannstedt 2000-2004 42-31 2 Nick Saban 2005-2006 15-17 0 Cam Cameron 2007 1-15 0 Jets Al Groh 2000 9-7 0 Herm Edwards 2001-2005 39-41 3 Eric Mangini 2006-present 14-18...
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | November 18, 2009
Dick Jauron was fired by the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, when the coach ran out of time to build a contender or come up with a way to fix an offense that sputtered even with the addition of Terrell Owens . The move came two days after the Bills (3-6) fell further out of contention following a 41-17 loss at Tennessee. Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell was named interim head coach. Bills owner Ralph Wilson credited Fewell for "demonstrating excellent leadership skills," while noting the players have plenty of "confidence in him."
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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 [ Compiled by Tribune Publishing reporters; this week's comments by Don Pierson, Chicago Tribune.] | December 17, 2006
(Last week's ranking in parentheses) 1. Chargers (1) LaDainian Tomlinson and friends get prime-time exposure. 2. Ravens (5) Only team to hold the Chargers under 20 points. 3. Bears (3) Should let Rex Grossman throw to Devin Hester, too. 4. Colts (2) Need to stop the run before they can stop their skid. 5. Saints (7) Sean Payton is the NFC Coach of the Year. 6. Patriots (4) Texans should get them back on track. 7. Jaguars (12) Playing well despite hard stretch schedule. 8. Cowboys (6)
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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 Team previews by Ken Murray | September 4, 2003
Chicago Bears Last season: 4-12, third place. Coach: Dick Jauron (28-36), fifth year with Bears. Pressing question: How will QB Kordell Stewart perform in a new system and with first-round pick Rex Grossman looking over his shoulder? Feeling the heat: Jauron. The Bears weren't as good as their 13-3 record two years ago. They weren't as bad as 4-12, either, but it's the wrong direction. Key reinforcements: Between Stewart and Grossman, the Bears have to get better quarterback play than they had a year ago. DE Michael Haynes must give them a better pass rush.
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | October 20, 2005
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher can't quite figure it out, but he'll gladly take the results. The four-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker is tied for third in the NFL with six sacks in five games, and so far they've come easy. "I get blocked on running plays," said Urlacher, whose Bears (2-3) play the Ravens (2-3) at Soldier Field on Sunday. "But when I blitz or when I've gotten my sacks, I really haven't gotten touched. The linemen have done a good job of flushing [the quarterback]
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By Ken Rosenthal | November 9, 1999
The Ravens' defense is ranked No. 2 in the NFL, so you can assume that Jacksonville quarterback Mark Brunell isn't going to complete 65 percent of his passes Sunday, the way he did in five previous starts against Baltimore.You can assume that receivers Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell won't perform their usual dissection of the Ravens' secondary. And you can assume that the Jaguars won't meet their series averages of 31 points and 414 yards.Now, how are the Ravens going to score?The difference in the Jaguars this season is their No. 1-ranked defense.
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January 6, 2008
Regular-season performance of all NFL head coaches hired since the Ravens fired Ted Marchibroda after the 1998 season: Playoff Coach Years W-L appearances AFC East Bills Gregg Williams 2001-2003 17-31 0 Mike Mularkey 2004-2005 14-18 0 Dick Jauron 2006-present 14-18 0 Dolphins Dave Wannstedt 2000-2004 42-31 2 Nick Saban 2005-2006 15-17 0 Cam Cameron 2007 1-15 0 Jets Al Groh 2000 9-7 0 Herm Edwards 2001-2005 39-41 3 Eric Mangini 2006-present 14-18...
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By [ Compiled by Tribune Publishing reporters; this week's comments by Don Pierson, Chicago Tribune.] | December 17, 2006
(Last week's ranking in parentheses) 1. Chargers (1) LaDainian Tomlinson and friends get prime-time exposure. 2. Ravens (5) Only team to hold the Chargers under 20 points. 3. Bears (3) Should let Rex Grossman throw to Devin Hester, too. 4. Colts (2) Need to stop the run before they can stop their skid. 5. Saints (7) Sean Payton is the NFC Coach of the Year. 6. Patriots (4) Texans should get them back on track. 7. Jaguars (12) Playing well despite hard stretch schedule. 8. Cowboys (6)
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | October 20, 2005
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher can't quite figure it out, but he'll gladly take the results. The four-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker is tied for third in the NFL with six sacks in five games, and so far they've come easy. "I get blocked on running plays," said Urlacher, whose Bears (2-3) play the Ravens (2-3) at Soldier Field on Sunday. "But when I blitz or when I've gotten my sacks, I really haven't gotten touched. The linemen have done a good job of flushing [the quarterback]
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By Team previews by Ken Murray | September 4, 2003
Chicago Bears Last season: 4-12, third place. Coach: Dick Jauron (28-36), fifth year with Bears. Pressing question: How will QB Kordell Stewart perform in a new system and with first-round pick Rex Grossman looking over his shoulder? Feeling the heat: Jauron. The Bears weren't as good as their 13-3 record two years ago. They weren't as bad as 4-12, either, but it's the wrong direction. Key reinforcements: Between Stewart and Grossman, the Bears have to get better quarterback play than they had a year ago. DE Michael Haynes must give them a better pass rush.
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By Vito Stellino | November 28, 1999
EastPhiladelphia coach Andy Reid wasn't happy when Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Mora challenged an Eagles touchdown with a 44-3 lead last week. "Jim has to do what Jim has to do. We'll keep it in mind," Reid said. Mora defended the move, saying, "Why let them score if they don't deserve a score? I don't care if we're behind by 30 points or ahead by 30 points. To me, every play's important." The call wasn't overturned. Former Giants quarterback Dave Brown will make his first start against his old team when New York plays host to the Arizona Cardinals.
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By Ken Rosenthal | November 9, 1999
The Ravens' defense is ranked No. 2 in the NFL, so you can assume that Jacksonville quarterback Mark Brunell isn't going to complete 65 percent of his passes Sunday, the way he did in five previous starts against Baltimore.You can assume that receivers Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell won't perform their usual dissection of the Ravens' secondary. And you can assume that the Jaguars won't meet their series averages of 31 points and 414 yards.Now, how are the Ravens going to score?The difference in the Jaguars this season is their No. 1-ranked defense.
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By From Sun news services | November 26, 2009
The Kitsap County (Washington) coroner said Tony Fein , who was a member of the Ravens during the preseason, died of an accidental drug overdose. Coroner Greg Sandstrom said Wednesday that toxicology tests showed "acute opiate [morphine] intoxication" with the added effect of Alprazolam, a drug used to treat anxiety. Sandstrom says Fein also vomited and aspirated that material. Fein collapsed Oct. 6 at a friend's house near Port Orchard and died at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1999
MIAMI -- Ravens coach Brian Billick calls himself a good salesman, and he proved it yesterday by selling Matt Cavanaugh on the idea of becoming his offensive coordinator.Billick announced at a news conference that Cavanaugh picked the Ravens over the Jaguars, even though the Jacksonville coordinator gets to call the plays and three Jacksonville assistant coaches (Kevin Gilbride, Chris Palmer and Dick Jauron) have gone on to become head coaches.By contrast, Billick will call his own plays and he compared Cavanaugh's role to the one Gary Kubiak has in Denver under Mike Shanahan and Sherm Lewis had in Green Bay under Mike Holmgren.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1999
MIAMI -- Ravens coach Brian Billick calls himself a good salesman, and he proved it yesterday by selling Matt Cavanaugh on the idea of becoming his offensive coordinator.Billick announced at a news conference that Cavanaugh picked the Ravens over the Jaguars, even though the Jacksonville coordinator gets to call the plays and three Jacksonville assistant coaches (Kevin Gilbride, Chris Palmer and Dick Jauron) have gone on to become head coaches.By contrast, Billick will call his own plays and he compared Cavanaugh's role to the one Gary Kubiak has in Denver under Mike Shanahan and Sherm Lewis had in Green Bay under Mike Holmgren.
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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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