Advertisement
HomeCollectionsEdwin Mulitalo
IN THE NEWS

Edwin Mulitalo

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2002
A few times every game, guard Edwin Mulitalo will check with tackle Jonathan Ogden to make sure everything is satisfactory. It is an old habit Mulitalo won't break, even though he is in his fourth year and has played in 40 regular-season games alongside Ogden . "I still feel like I have to meet his expectations," Mulitalo said. "Whenever I'm playing, I always want to be as good as he is. It is a team sport, and we have to work together, but when I throw a block or after a protection, I look to him to see if everything is all right because he will be in the Hall of Fame.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 19, 2009
Orlando Pace could become the most prominent right tackle in Ravens history ... if he's healthy. Injury issues appear to be the biggest question mark for Pace, who is scheduled to meet team officials today. Pace, 33, a seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle, was released last week by the St. Louis Rams after missing 25 games over the past three seasons. If the Ravens are satisfied with the results of his physical examination, they are expected to make a strong run at him. It would probably signal the end for Willie Anderson, whose departure would open up $2.9 million in salary-cap space.
Advertisement
SPORTS
By DAN RODRICKS | January 26, 2001
While in Tampa for The Sun, columnist Dan Rodricks will be conducting some snappy, two-minute drills with Ravens players. Today, Dan gets up close with Ravens 6-foot-3, 340-pound left guard Edwin Mulitalo. DR: If you were not in pro ball today, headed for the Super Bowl, what would you be doing? EM: Coaching high school football in Hawaii, and I'd be teaching social studies. Social studies teachers were always the coolest teachers. DR: A Ravens fan I know went to Oakland for the AFC championship game, and he was unafraid of the crazy Raiders fans because he sat behind what he called "Edwin Mulitalo's four giant cousins."
SPORTS
By EDWARD LEE | August 16, 2007
Haloti Ngata recorded 31 tackles, a sack and an interception in his rookie campaign last season. Sports Illustrated recently named him one of the league's top 10 defenders under the age of 25. What do you find more satisfying - a bone-jarring hit or an interception like the one you had in last season's opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? I would rather get a big hit than an interception. I don't want to hurt a guy, but I want him to feel me and know that I'm there. Do you feel like there's more pressure on you to perform?
SPORTS
March 8, 2007
Good morning -- Edwin Mulitalo -- If you could persuade left-side pal Jonathan Ogden to play in 2007, maybe the Ravens would bring you back.
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and Jamison Hensley | August 23, 2001
Thumbs up: Yesterday marked the end of training camp. The Ravens will return to their homes and training facility in Owings Mills. Thumbs down: The number of injuries suffered during camp. Those to Leon Searcy (triceps) and Jamal Lewis (knee) were the most serious, with Searcy scheduled to come back around the sixth game and Lewis to miss the season. Trainer's room: Cornerback Duane Starks (knee), defensive back Gary Baxter (knee), offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden (ankle), defensive tackle Tony Siragusa (knee)
SPORTS
By EDWARD LEE | August 16, 2007
Haloti Ngata recorded 31 tackles, a sack and an interception in his rookie campaign last season. Sports Illustrated recently named him one of the league's top 10 defenders under the age of 25. What do you find more satisfying - a bone-jarring hit or an interception like the one you had in last season's opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? I would rather get a big hit than an interception. I don't want to hurt a guy, but I want him to feel me and know that I'm there. Do you feel like there's more pressure on you to perform?
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 23, 2003
After coming off a performance in which quarterback Kyle Boller was sacked just once and Jamal Lewis rushed for 132 yards, the offensive line should get only stronger this week. Left guard Edwin Mulitalo is expected to return to practice tomorrow after missing the Ravens' 24-10 victory Sunday over the San Diego Chargers. Mulitalo missed the game with a sore knee and ankle. Casey Rabach started in place of Mulitalo, and the line, which also has rotating right tackles in Ethan Brooks and Orlando Brown, did not miss a beat.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1999
Jonathan Ogden was back, although clearly not at full strength. James Atkins finally was back, although not for long. Rookie Edwin Mulitalo got his first exposure to live NFL action, and hopes to be back soon.And the Ravens' battered, patchwork offensive line looked like it needed another bye week.At least right tackle Harry Swayne is expected back against Buffalo in 10 days. Swayne sat out last night's 35-8 loss to Kansas City with a lower leg contusion that should not keep him out of the Oct. 31 game against the Bills.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 19, 2009
Orlando Pace could become the most prominent right tackle in Ravens history ... if he's healthy. Injury issues appear to be the biggest question mark for Pace, who is scheduled to meet team officials today. Pace, 33, a seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle, was released last week by the St. Louis Rams after missing 25 games over the past three seasons. If the Ravens are satisfied with the results of his physical examination, they are expected to make a strong run at him. It would probably signal the end for Willie Anderson, whose departure would open up $2.9 million in salary-cap space.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2007
Ravens Pro Bowl left tackle Jonathan Ogden is sitting in his home in Las Vegas, and he acknowledges being perplexed by some of the team's offseason moves, including the release of several veterans. Those decisions, though, will not play any part in his decision to return next season or retire. Ogden, selected to the Pro Bowl in 10 of his 11 years in the NFL, said he will let general manager Ozzie Newsome know about his plans before the draft in April, in case the team has to select a replacement.
SPORTS
March 8, 2007
Good morning -- Edwin Mulitalo -- If you could persuade left-side pal Jonathan Ogden to play in 2007, maybe the Ravens would bring you back.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | November 21, 2006
Ray Lewis appears closer to ending his two-game absence and playing in the Ravens' meeting with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker sat out Sunday's 24-10 throttling of the Atlanta Falcons after undergoing minor surgery Thursday to drain blood from his bruised back. But Ravens coach Brian Billick said he is hopeful that Lewis will play for the first time since getting hurt in a collision with free safety Ed Reed on Nov. 5. "He seems to be moving around very, very well, and the things that they have done to alleviate that pressure, he's just moving a lot better," Billick said.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | October 10, 2006
DENVER -- For the first time this season, the Ravens' running game-by-committee was in session. The trio of Jamal Lewis, Musa Smith and Mike Anderson saw considerable playing time in the team's first loss of the season, a 13-3 setback to the Denver Broncos at Invesco Field at Mile High last night. Lewis led the team in rushing with 15 carries for 43 yards, but Anderson was second with five attempts for 31 yards, including back-to-back 10-yard gains to open the fourth quarter. Smith, who gained 14 yards on three carries, led the Ravens in receiving with six catches for 53 yards.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | October 3, 2006
Left guard Edwin Mulitalo, who ranks second among the Ravens' current offensive linemen in career starts, will miss the rest of the season with a torn right triceps muscle. Coach Brian Billick confirmed Mulitalo's injury yesterday and said that second-year lineman Jason Brown would start at guard in the team's first prime-time game of the season against the Denver Broncos on Monday night. "We hate to lose Edwin as a team and hate that Edwin has to go through that now," Billick said, noting Mulitalo's commitment to conditioning this past offseason.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and sun reporter | November 1, 2005
PITTSBURGH // In a season filled with embarrassing losses and unexpected slipups, the Ravens can now add bitter disappointment. Despite their best showing of the year, the Ravens still fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-19, last night before 64,178 at Heinz Field and a national television audience. Jeff Reed's 37-yard field goal that split the uprights with 1:36 left in the fourth quarter dashed the Ravens' chances of an unlikely win over their division rival. The game-winner came less than two minutes after Matt Stover had kicked a 47-yard field goal to give the Ravens their first lead of the game.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2001
It's been a busy first month of the off-season for the Ravens' medical staff. Since winning the Super Bowl on Jan. 28, no less than nine Ravens have undergone surgery, including defensive end Michael McCrary, who shattered a knuckle on his right index finger during the game. In an attempt to strip the ball from New York Giants running back Tiki Barber, McCrary broke his right hand when he smashed it against the helmet of safety Rod Woodson. After going to the locker room for X-rays, McCrary returned to collect his second sack of the game in the fourth quarter.
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 1999
Offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden admits to being a little tentative in Thursday night's loss to the Chiefs. Ogden is still recovering from a neck injury on the artificial turf at Atlanta on Oct. 3. He picked the wrong game to be tentative, having to face Pro Bowl linebacker Derrick Thomas on passing situations. Ordinarily, a matchup like this would be one to watch, but with Ogden not fully healthy, Thomas was able to take advantage a few times. Thomas did not get a sack, but he did get a couple of hurries on quarterback Stoney Case.
SPORTS
By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | September 30, 2005
If the Ravens want to re-establish their running attack - the dominant theme heading into Sunday's game against the New York Jets - they must figure out what's wrong with their offensive line. This is essentially the same group that plowed through defenses in Jamal Lewis' record-breaking 2003 season. These days, it's a line that seems to be just breaking down. The Ravens are managing 2.7 yards a carry, which is second worst in the NFL, primarily because of the offensive line. Every carry appears to end the same: Lewis struggling to get back to the line of scrimmage, where there are no holes to escape.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Sun Staff | November 1, 2004
PHILADELPHIA -- What could have become the Ravens' coming-out party ended with -- of all people -- Terrell Owens celebrating. The Ravens' excruciating 15-10 loss to the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles yesterday was one they inevitably let slip through their grasp, from Chester Taylor 's fumble to the missed tackles on Owens. The Ravens' turnover in Eagles territory led to Owens' 11-yard touchdown in a four-minute swing in the fourth quarter, transforming a potential season-defining upset to an embarrassing image that could haunt them for the rest of the year.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.