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By Amy Watts | May 23, 2012
Tom opens calling it the "hardest fought season ever. " I'm not sure about that, but I will say that this is one with a lot of strong competitors, few loathsome personalities, and a satisfying final three. It starts with the pro dancers (the "real" pro dancers, not just the troupe) dancing to a song I would probably know if I were 20 years younger, but I'm not and the only 16-year-old in this house is a cat. At the end of the song, we get the pros walking the floor with their celebrity partners.
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By Matt Vensel | May 30, 2013
Jacoby Jones has been back cutting and catching balls on the practice fields for the Ravens, a week after he Cha-Cha-ed and waltzed his way to a third-place finish in the latest season of ABC's “Dancing with the Stars.” We won't get a look at the wide receiver-kick returner-playoff hero until Friday's organized team activity, but Jones will be trying to buck the trend of recent “DWTS” contestants who struggled after returning to football....
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By Brad Biggs, Tribune Newspapers | January 16, 2011
ATLANTA — The postseason began a week early for the Packers, who needed a victory in the regular-season finale over the Bears just to make the playoffs. Now, with the hot hand of quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the best secondary in the postseason, they're one victory away from reaching Super Bowl XLV. It's a remarkable story for a team that placed 15 players on injured reserve this season and had 13 starters miss time because of injuries. The sixth-seeded Packers advanced to next Sunday's NFC championship game with an 48-21 demolition of the Falcons on Saturday.
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By Amy Watts | October 23, 2012
Tonight's an abbreviated show due to the presidential debate. Four couples will do their individual routines, and the other four couples will dance their group routine. Tomorrow, they switch. It's "Guilty Pleasures" night -- which, don't get me started. You like what you like and that's ok. Unless it's illegal. In which case, darn tootin' you should feel guilty. Tom tells us the freestyle team dance has already claimed one victim; the camera pans to to Melissa and Tony. (Psst, I read online that she was taken to the hospital with a head injury over the weekend.)
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By Matt Vensel | May 30, 2013
Jacoby Jones has been back cutting and catching balls on the practice fields for the Ravens, a week after he Cha-Cha-ed and waltzed his way to a third-place finish in the latest season of ABC's “Dancing with the Stars.” We won't get a look at the wide receiver-kick returner-playoff hero until Friday's organized team activity, but Jones will be trying to buck the trend of recent “DWTS” contestants who struggled after returning to football....
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee , edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 6, 2009
The challenges just keep coming for the Ravens' offense. For the third consecutive week, the offense will match wits with a defense ranked first in the NFL in an important category. On Nov. 22, the Indianapolis Colts ranked first in the league in average points per game allowed. Last week, the Pittsburgh Steelers topped the NFL in average yards surrendered. On Monday night, the Green Bay Packers boast the league's stingiest defense in average yards, and it will be up to the Ravens to produce yards and points.
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By Amy Watts | March 19, 2012
TOM BERGERON!  It's so great to see you again! Oh, hi, Brooke, you're there too. Introductions: Notable for Gavin's fedora, Maks' open shirt and Martina looking more glam than I could have ever imagined.  And now they tell us no elimination this week, everybody will be back next week. Way to kill some suspense there. Maria Menounos & Derek Hough Derek: "I want as many mirrorball trophies as I have chest hairs.  That would be four. "  Maria's got tomboy tendencies and a laugh you'll find either endearing or INCREDIBLY irritating.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | December 13, 2011
We are into the nitty-gritty of the fantasy playoffs, so let's get down to business with some injury updates, a few waiver-wire pickups if you're desperate, and more. If your squad needs help, shoot me a note. And feel free to leave your fantasy sob stories in the comments section if your team has already been dismissed. Down goes DeMarco Murray: This is a huge blow if you own Murray, who was a waiver-wire All-Star this season and one of the most productive fantasy players over the past two months.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | October 23, 2012
Tonight's an abbreviated show due to the presidential debate. Four couples will do their individual routines, and the other four couples will dance their group routine. Tomorrow, they switch. It's "Guilty Pleasures" night -- which, don't get me started. You like what you like and that's ok. Unless it's illegal. In which case, darn tootin' you should feel guilty. Tom tells us the freestyle team dance has already claimed one victim; the camera pans to to Melissa and Tony. (Psst, I read online that she was taken to the hospital with a head injury over the weekend.)
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | November 24, 2008
Packers (5-5) @Saints (5-5) TIME, TV: : 8:30, ESPN LINE: : Saints by 1 FANTASY FACTOR: : Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was 18-for-22 for 178 yards and one TD and added a rushing TD in his only Monday night start. ... The last time Packers WR Donald Driver faced the Saints, he caught eight passes for 153 yards. ... The Saints lead the NFL in total offense. THE BUZZ: : This is the Saints' first game in the Superdome since Oct. 12, thanks to a "home" game in London, a bye week and three road games.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | May 23, 2012
Tom opens calling it the "hardest fought season ever. " I'm not sure about that, but I will say that this is one with a lot of strong competitors, few loathsome personalities, and a satisfying final three. It starts with the pro dancers (the "real" pro dancers, not just the troupe) dancing to a song I would probably know if I were 20 years younger, but I'm not and the only 16-year-old in this house is a cat. At the end of the song, we get the pros walking the floor with their celebrity partners.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | March 19, 2012
TOM BERGERON!  It's so great to see you again! Oh, hi, Brooke, you're there too. Introductions: Notable for Gavin's fedora, Maks' open shirt and Martina looking more glam than I could have ever imagined.  And now they tell us no elimination this week, everybody will be back next week. Way to kill some suspense there. Maria Menounos & Derek Hough Derek: "I want as many mirrorball trophies as I have chest hairs.  That would be four. "  Maria's got tomboy tendencies and a laugh you'll find either endearing or INCREDIBLY irritating.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | December 13, 2011
We are into the nitty-gritty of the fantasy playoffs, so let's get down to business with some injury updates, a few waiver-wire pickups if you're desperate, and more. If your squad needs help, shoot me a note. And feel free to leave your fantasy sob stories in the comments section if your team has already been dismissed. Down goes DeMarco Murray: This is a huge blow if you own Murray, who was a waiver-wire All-Star this season and one of the most productive fantasy players over the past two months.
NEWS
By Brad Biggs, Tribune Newspapers | January 16, 2011
ATLANTA — The postseason began a week early for the Packers, who needed a victory in the regular-season finale over the Bears just to make the playoffs. Now, with the hot hand of quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the best secondary in the postseason, they're one victory away from reaching Super Bowl XLV. It's a remarkable story for a team that placed 15 players on injured reserve this season and had 13 starters miss time because of injuries. The sixth-seeded Packers advanced to next Sunday's NFC championship game with an 48-21 demolition of the Falcons on Saturday.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee , edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 6, 2009
The challenges just keep coming for the Ravens' offense. For the third consecutive week, the offense will match wits with a defense ranked first in the NFL in an important category. On Nov. 22, the Indianapolis Colts ranked first in the league in average points per game allowed. Last week, the Pittsburgh Steelers topped the NFL in average yards surrendered. On Monday night, the Green Bay Packers boast the league's stingiest defense in average yards, and it will be up to the Ravens to produce yards and points.
SPORTS
January 4, 2003
NFL injury report Today Indianapolis at New York Jets COLTS: Questionable: DE Chad Bratzke (leg); RB Jim Finn (ankle); CB Brian Leigeb (hip); DE Brad Scioli (shoulder); LB Sam Sword (ankle); DT Larry Tripplett (back); LB Marcus Washington (knee); RB Ricky Williams (ankle). Probable: CB Jason Doering (neck); CB Nicholas Harper (back); CB Walt Harris (knee); CB Joseph Jefferson (hand); LB Mike Peterson (hand); RB Detron Smith (hamstring); LB Donnel Thompson (wrist); DT Josh Williams (knee)
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August 5, 1997
Doris B. Graham, 74, Social Security employeeDoris B. Graham, a retired Social Security Administration employee, died of cancer July 8 at her Cherry Hill home. She was 74.After graduating from high school in 1942, Mrs. Graham worked several jobs before joining SSA in downtown Baltimore as a medical coder in 1960. She retired in 1985.A native of Gloucester County, Va., the former Doris Booth moved to Baltimore as a child and graduated from Douglass High School in 1942. She attended Morgan State University and Baltimore City Community College.
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