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By Jamison Hensley | January 8, 2002
Thumbs up: Running back Terry Allen. He made Ravens fans forget about Jamal Lewis for a night, rushing for a season-best 133 yards and breaking three runs of 16 yards or more. Thumbs down: Long snapper Dale Hellestrae. In his first game with the Ravens, the 17-year veteran played like a rookie. He had at least three poor snaps, one of which nearly led to a Vikings touchdown. Stat of game: 0. Turnovers by the Ravens. The team is 8-1 when quarterback Elvis Grbac throws fewer than two interceptions.
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | December 19, 2008
NASCAR settles suit with former official auto racing NASCAR has settled a $225 million lawsuit filed by a former official who said she was subjected to racial discrimination and sexual harassment during her two-plus years working for the stock-car organization, the Associated Press has learned. The suit was settled during a Dec. 3 mediation held in New York between Mauricia Grant and NASCAR. Settlement terms were confidential. "We're glad to have the case settled on mutually acceptable terms," NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Poston said yesterday.
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November 30, 1995
Opponent: Cleveland CavaliersSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30TV/Radio: HTS/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: With Tuesday's win over the Toronto Raptors, the Cavaliers (5-8) have won three straight games. The team has been carried by G Terrell Brandon, who has averaged 21.7 points, shot 55.2 percent and hit 61.9 percent of his three-point shots in his past seven games. The Bullets (5-7) have dropped two straight but will get an emotional lift with the return of F Chris Webber, out since the preseason with a dislocated shoulder.
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By Jamison Hensley | November 14, 2008
THREE THINGS THAT NEED TO GO RIGHT ... 1 Ravens' run defense continues its domination. The Ravens impose their will on teams when they take away the ground game. If the top-ranked run defense can do that to the top-ranked ground attack, the Ravens will send a strong message. 2 Supporting cast steps up in passing game. Even if Derrick Mason (dislocated shoulder) plays, the Ravens' leading receiver won't be at full strength. The Ravens need someone - Todd Heap, Mark Clayton or Yamon Figurs - to fill the void for Joe Flacco's most dependable target.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer | July 5, 1994
A fireworks display over the Severn River near Annapolis was interrupted last night after the chief fireworks technician was injured on the launching barge.TC hospital spokesman said.Annapolis spokesman Tom Roskelly said Mr. Silverman was burned around the face and broke an arm and several ribs after a rocket exploded out of the bottom of a launching tube instead of coming out the top.A second technician, Scott Martin, was also injured when the fireworks backfired. But he resumed the display about 10:25 p.m., Mr. Roskelly said.
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By Ken Murray | June 10, 1994
Fighting backThe aptly named Sean Doctor is back at work this week despite a dislocated right shoulder that ultimately will require surgery. He suffered the injury last week diving for a pass.A rookie fullback with the Colts, Doctor has labored in four leagues trying to find a team. Along the way, he endured his share of physical setbacks. In 1991, he had a dislocated shoulder (same one) and major knee surgery."I kept getting injured," said Doctor, 27, who spent two years with his hometown Buffalo Bills.
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By Jamison Hensley | November 14, 2008
THREE THINGS THAT NEED TO GO RIGHT ... 1 Ravens' run defense continues its domination. The Ravens impose their will on teams when they take away the ground game. If the top-ranked run defense can do that to the top-ranked ground attack, the Ravens will send a strong message. 2 Supporting cast steps up in passing game. Even if Derrick Mason (dislocated shoulder) plays, the Ravens' leading receiver won't be at full strength. The Ravens need someone - Todd Heap, Mark Clayton or Yamon Figurs - to fill the void for Joe Flacco's most dependable target.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | September 12, 1992
ABERDEEN -- C. Milton Wright lost its emotional leader, Jason Sostrin, on the opening kickoff last night, and there was some question among the Mustangs coaches how their players would react.Sostrin was diagnosed as having a dislocated shoulder -- something he had done last year -- but accompanying muscle spasms dictated a trip to the hospital for tests.The players wasted no time in showing how they would react against Aberdeen in a meeting of ranked high school football teams.The No. 10 Mustangs (2-0)
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 23, 1990
LANDOVER -- Dino Ciccarelli scored a pair of power-play goals to lead the Washington Capitals to a 6-3 National Hockey League exhibition victory over the Boston Bruins last night before 9,210 at the Capital Centre.It was the first loss of the preseason for Boston (4-1-1) and the first win for the Capitals (1-3-2).Ciccarelli's second goal, at 9 minutes, 5 seconds of the third period, broke a 3-3 tie and came on assists from Michal Pivonka and Chris Felix. Steve Maltais added an insurance goal at 12:14 on passes from Steve Leach and Rod Langway.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | August 8, 2001
If the start of the NFL regular season can be equated to an exam, Peter Boulware spent the past two years cramming. The outside linebacker was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1997 and made his Pro Bowl debut a year later, but the past two seasons have been disrupted by a chronic shoulder condition. Off-season surgery limited his August preparation in each of the past two years, and now that he's fully healed, you won't hear Boulware echoing the regular complaints about training camp and the stifling weather at Western Maryland College.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 8, 2008
New Orleans Saints starting cornerback Tracy Porter will miss the rest of his rookie season after dislocating his right wrist during Monday night's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Porter had surgery on the wrist and the Saints decided yesterday afternoon to place him on injured reserve, team officials told the Associated Press. Porter hurt the wrist while attempting to defend a desperation heave by Minnesota's Gus Frerotte. Bernard Berrian caught the pass for the tying touchdown as he collided with teammate Aundrae Allison, Porter and Saints safety Josh Bullocks near the goal line.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | November 30, 2007
The Ravens could welcome back three starters and two key reserves just in time for Monday night's game against the undefeated New England Patriots. Cornerback Chris McAlister (strained right knee), linebacker Jarret Johnson (fractured right thumb) and tight end Todd Heap (strained hamstring) were at the portion of practice open to the media yesterday. Although they were described by the team as being limited in practice, their appearance could be interpreted as an encouraging sign. Add the return of safety Gerome Sapp (full participation despite a hamstring injury)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2002
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington Redskins running back Stephen Davis will miss Sunday's game against the Houston Texans and could sit out the regular-season finale against the Dallas Cowboys. Results of a magnetic resonance imaging exam on Davis' dislocated right shoulder were unknown, but Washington coach Steve Spurrier said trainer Dean Kleinschmidt told him that Davis won't play Sunday and is a question mark for the game against Dallas. Davis, who injured the shoulder on the second play of Sunday's 34-21 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, may have played his last game as a Redskin.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | December 16, 2002
PHILADELPHIA --The Washington Redskins probably needed to play a perfect game to upend the NFC East-leading Philadelphia Eagles, who were playing their final regular-season home game at Veterans Stadium. But three fumbles and a poor first half doomed the Redskins to their third straight loss, as Philadelphia clinched its second consecutive division title with a 34-21 victory before 65,615 yesterday. As if things couldn't get worse for Washington (5-9) -- which has dropped five of its past six games and fallen to 0-5 in the division -- running back Stephen Davis is probably lost for the rest of the season after he dislocated his right shoulder on the game's second play.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2002
The Ravens' biggest star remains their biggest question mark. Ray Lewis was listed as doubtful yesterday with a partially dislocated left shoulder, making him a long shot to play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The All-Pro linebacker injured his shoulder on Oct. 6 in Cleveland against the Browns and sat out last Sunday's loss to the Colts in Indianapolis, ending his streak of 63 consecutive starts. Regarded as one of the game's premier defenders, Lewis missed yesterday's practice and probably won't practice today.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2002
Ravens All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis missed practice yesterday and is considered doubtful for Sunday's game at Indianapolis against the Colts. Lewis partially dislocated his left shoulder last Sunday against the Cleveland Browns and is scheduled to sit out today's practice as well. By listing him as doubtful, the team is giving him only a 25 percent chance of playing. Lewis tops the Ravens with 69 tackles- which doubles nearly every teammate - and has recorded two interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2001
The McDonogh girls soccer team plays with a style as diverse as the music in a jukebox. Smooth and mellow at times, loud and in your face at others, the changing rhythms are as different as they are creative. But it was clearly the hip-hop version on display yesterday, as the No. 1 Eagles downed rival Notre Dame Prep at home 2-0. Active, emotional and energetic in short bursts, McDonogh freestyled from one moment to the next, gathering its energy for sporadic mad dashes at the goal which, though they weren't always sustained, were no less effective.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 8, 2008
New Orleans Saints starting cornerback Tracy Porter will miss the rest of his rookie season after dislocating his right wrist during Monday night's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Porter had surgery on the wrist and the Saints decided yesterday afternoon to place him on injured reserve, team officials told the Associated Press. Porter hurt the wrist while attempting to defend a desperation heave by Minnesota's Gus Frerotte. Bernard Berrian caught the pass for the tying touchdown as he collided with teammate Aundrae Allison, Porter and Saints safety Josh Bullocks near the goal line.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 8, 2002
After winning twice before a national audience, the Ravens may be forced to pull their star headliner this week. Ray Lewis partially dislocated his left shoulder late in the third quarter of Sunday's 26-21 victory over the Cleveland Browns and sat out the critical fourth quarter. The five-time Pro Bowl linebacker will be listed as questionable (50 percent chance of playing) at the very least in tomorrow's injury report and may be doubtful (25 percent) for Sunday, when the AFC North-leading Ravens (2-2)
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By Jamison Hensley | January 8, 2002
Thumbs up: Running back Terry Allen. He made Ravens fans forget about Jamal Lewis for a night, rushing for a season-best 133 yards and breaking three runs of 16 yards or more. Thumbs down: Long snapper Dale Hellestrae. In his first game with the Ravens, the 17-year veteran played like a rookie. He had at least three poor snaps, one of which nearly led to a Vikings touchdown. Stat of game: 0. Turnovers by the Ravens. The team is 8-1 when quarterback Elvis Grbac throws fewer than two interceptions.
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