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May 9, 2005
JANE HARRELL DOSS, 81, died peacefully on April 23, 2005, after a short illness at the Broadmead Continuing Care Retirement Community. Jane Harrell Doss was born in Thomasville, Georgia on August 22 1923. She graduated from Thomasville High School and the Georgia State College for Women in Milledgeville. After college, she was employed by the Johns Hopkins Hospital as a Dietician where she met a medical student, Richard Hallock Doss who she married in September 1946. They settled in Baltimore in 1952.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
The Ravens aren't offering wide receiver Tandon Doss a restricted free agent tender, according to a source. Doss is now scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent Tuesday. The Ravens haven't ruled out the possibility of bringing Doss back on a new contract, according to a source. The Ravens could have retained Doss with a $1.43 million restricted one-year tender, but opted not to do so. They have brokered a two-year contract with reserve linebacker Albert McClellan, according to a source, rather than tender him as a restricted free agent on the low tender of $1.43 million.
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By Edward Lee | December 27, 2011
Rookie Tandon Doss' success as a possession receiver has led to comparisons to Anquan Boldin, whose absence because of knee surgery allowed Doss to play in the Ravens' 20-14 win against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. Doss' experience as a slot receiver also helped convince the coaching staff to activate him over fellow rookie LaQuan Williams, who has four catches for 46 yards - which is four catches and 46 yards more than what Doss has recorded. “I think Tandon has worked hard,” coach John Harbaugh said during his news conference Monday.
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By Matt Vensel | October 29, 2013
Player A has been targeted 26 times in his past four games, catching 14 passes for 179 yards and no TDs. Player B has been targeted 23 times in his past four games, catching 13 passes for 239 yards and no TDs. Player A is Anquan Boldin, whom the Ravens traded to the San Francisco 49ers during the offseason. Tandon Doss, the player the Ravens drafted -- and re-signed -- to be Boldin's replacement, is Player B. I am not presenting these two stat lines to suggest the 3-4 Ravens don't miss Boldin.
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March 4, 1997
A Glen Burnie woman allegedly held a knife to another woman's throat outside the Speak Easy bar on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard in a dispute over cologne, police said.While arresting the suspect, police said, they discovered a car filled with drug paraphernalia.Brenda Lee Doss, 37, of Stevens Road, was charged with threatening Lisa Michele Knapp, 29, of Baltimore, with a knife Thursday night, police said.Officer Rose Ballard arrested Doss -- who was riding with Sharron M. Reggy of Baltimore in a 1990 Chevrolet pickup truck driven by Howard E. Fallin of Pasadena -- at Route 648 and McGuirk Drive.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writers Bruce Reid, Tanya Jones and Glenn Small contributed to this article | August 31, 1995
Before Wayne Hubert Chancey left on vacation Friday, he hired a nurse technician and a home health care aide to look after his 70-year-old bedridden mother. He left several cans of soup and gave the technician $10 to feed the elderly woman while he was away for 10 days.He told Sunshine Services technician Merry Doss not to worry about his ailing 88-year-old aunt, Gladys Maurine Weeks, who was staying with his mother, Juanita Chancey, in the basement of his Bel Air home, "because she could take care of herself," Ms. Doss said.
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August 28, 2000
Elmer Walter Doss, 90, factory foreman Elmer Walter Doss, a retired foreman and World War II veteran, died Tuesday at St. Agnes HealthCare in Baltimore from complications of a urinary tract infection and pneumonia. He was 90. Born in Evansville, Ind., Mr. Doss served two years during World War II as an Army medic in New Guinea and the Philippines. He returned to Evansville and married Frances Cordelia Stewart, who grew up in the house next to his. Mrs. Doss died in 1990, after nearly 38 years of marriage.
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June 6, 2012
Tara Beth Downing of West Chester, Pa., and Stephen Sams of Bel Air, were united in marriage on March 3 at the Mendenhall Inn with the Rev. John V. Carlson officiating. The bride is the daughter of John and Linda Downing of West Chester. The bridegroom is the son of Doss and Marilyn Sams of Street. A reception hosted by the bride's parents was held at the Mendenhall Inn in Chadd's Ford, Pa. After a honeymoon trip to Costa Rica, the couple resides in Bel Air.
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By Tony Perry and Tony Perry,Los Angeles Times | October 21, 2006
SAN DIEGO -- CNN cable news has become "the publicist for an enemy propaganda film" by broadcasting a tape showing an insurgent sniper apparently killing an American soldier, the chairman of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee said yesterday. Rep. Duncan Hunter, a California Republican, called for the Pentagon to oust immediately any CNN reporter embedded with U.S. troops in Iraq. "I think Americans like to think we're all in this together," Hunter said. "The average American Marine or soldier has concluded after seeing that film that CNN is not on their side."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2004
This one may have cut the deepest of all 29. Against tough odds, Loyola's men were on the brink of ending the nation's longest Division I losing streak yesterday before Canisius overcame a nine-point deficit in the final four minutes and handed the Greyhounds a 66-64 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference defeat at Reitz Arena. The result carried Loyola (0-16, 0-7 MAAC) to within four defeats of tying Grambling's all-time record of 33 straight losses, set in December of 2000. "This one definitely hurt," said Greyhounds guard Charlie Bell, "because we thought we had it won."
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2013
Stirred from slumber, Tandon Doss looked at his phone the morning of Sept. 6 and saw the familiar 410 area code. The Ravens were calling, but Doss had turned the page on a return. Too much bad blood. Too many raw nerves. "I thought I was done here," Doss said Friday. Back home in Indiana after being cut by the Ravens, Doss had been waiting for another opportunity to prove himself in the NFL. He had watched his old team lose its season opener the night before. And he knew about the knee injury Jacoby Jones had suffered only because a Ravens staffer had sent him a text message when it happened.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2013
Ravens wide receiver Tandon Doss was in a candid, introspective mood Sunday following the most successful play of his NFL career. Released during the final roster cutdown and then brought back when Pro Bowl kick returner Jacoby Jones got hurt, Doss delivered one of the biggest plays of the Ravens' 30-9 victory over the Houston Texans. Doss celebrated his 24th birthday with an 82-yard punt return for a touchdown in the second quarter, the fifth-longest punt return in franchise history.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2013
The local uproar surrounding Anquan Boldin's performance against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday was both predictable and understandable. However, I'm not sure the attention is in the right place. The Ravens clearly used the money that they saved by trading Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers ($6 million) to rebuild their defense, which was a necessity. Elvis Dumervil certainly would not be in Baltimore if Boldin stayed, and Daryl Smith and Chris Canty may not be either.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2013
The competition for the final couple of wide receiver spots was the most intriguing Ravens storyline heading into their final preseason game and nothing that happened during the team's 24-21 loss to the St. Louis Rams last night changed that perception. With the three roster locks at the position -- Torrey Smith , Jacoby Jones and Brandon Stokley -- being held out of the game by Ravens coach John Harbaugh , the opportunity shifted to Tandon Doss , Aaron Mellette and Marlon Brown -- and all three responded.
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By Matt Vensel | May 22, 2013
“You don't replace Anquan” Boldin. Those are the words of Tandon Doss, the man who is expected to be one of the leading combatants in the offseason royal rumble to replace the veteran receiver who was traded to the San Francisco 49ers in March. In fact, the Ravens selected Doss in the fourth round of the 2011 draft -- two rounds after fellow wide receiver Torrey Smith -- with an eye toward this very moment, when the Ravens would be moving on without Boldin. The story goes that in the months leading up to the 2011 draft, quarterback Joe Flacco scribbled his name on a list of the wide receivers he would like the Ravens to draft.
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By Edward Lee | January 7, 2013
Tandon Doss doesn't get as much playing time as other wide receivers in the Ravens offense. But that didn't prevent him from chiding himself for dropping two balls in the end zone in Sunday's 24-9 win against the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Wildcard playoff round. On second down-and-goal from Indianapolis' 5-yard line in the second quarter, Doss ran an in route from the left side of the formation, but quarterback Joe Flacco's pass glanced off Doss' hands as he dove at the goal line.
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By Donna Owens and Donna Owens,Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2008
When DeWitt Doss moved to Maryland in 2006 to accept his first teaching position with Baltimore City public schools, the Niagara Falls, N.Y., native wasn't looking to buy a home. His chief concern was educating young people. "I love helping the kids," says Doss, 26, who teaches physical education and health and coaches at Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts in West Baltimore. As his attachment to the students and the city grew, Doss - who'd been renting an apartment in Randallstown - began searching for a home of his own in Baltimore.
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By Andrew Ratner | May 25, 2008
As the top men's teams in college lacrosse face off for the national championship outside Boston this weekend, Web designer Glen Doss plans to be competing there, too - for fans' attention. The 31-year-old from Locust Point in Baltimore has toyed with various ideas for new Web sites, including one that tracks development news in Baltimore (as opposed to urban ills) and is called baltimoregrows.com. But another he developed may have the best potential. It flows from his own experience as a lacrosse player at Severna Park High School in Anne Arundel County and at Salisbury University, from which he graduated in 1999.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | December 26, 2012
Safety Bernard Pollard , who has missed the past two games after aggravating a rib/chest injury, returned to practice Wednesday. It's his first appearance at practice since the days leading up to the Ravens' Dec. 9 game against the Washington Redskins. The only two Ravens missing from practice Wednesday were right guard Marshal Yanda (ankle) and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (knee/shoulder). Yanda and Ngata both played in Sunday's victory against the New York Giants.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | December 21, 2012
Ravens coach John Harbaugh expressed hope earlier in the week that his team is getting healthier and that appears to be the case heading into Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Only three Ravens - running back  Bernard Pierce (concussion), wide receiver Tandon Doss (ankle) and safety Bernard Pollard (chest/ribs) - were not present at this morning's practice at the Under Armour Performance Facility. Pierce, Doss and Pollard haven't practiced all week, making it unlikely that they'll play Sunday.
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