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September 17, 2006
On September 9, 2006, EUGENE PARKER. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Monday after 2 P.M. where funeral services will take place on Tuesday at 1:30 P.M.
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September 17, 2006
On September 9, 2006, EUGENE PARKER. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Monday after 2 P.M. where funeral services will take place on Tuesday at 1:30 P.M.
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By Frank Lynch | November 21, 1991
HE STOOD in the middle of the gym floor -- ramrod straight, clipboard in hand, whistle hanging from his neck.He said nothing. He was watching the bleachers fill for the first-period class on the first day of school. It was September of 1955. He was young. He was black.Integration had come to Baltimore public schools the previous year. Now the faculty at City College was following suit.Suddenly the whistle blew and the murmuring that had built to a low roar came to an abrupt halt. All eyes riveted on the man in the middle of the gym floor.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2002
Although Ravens linebackers Ray Lewis and Peter Boulware cleared the air by calling team officials directly about skipping passing camp, the public bickering between coach Brian Billick and agent Roosevelt Barnes became stormier yesterday. Barnes, who represents both Lewis and Boulware with Eugene Parker, chided Billick for commenting on his clients' contract negotiations, and Billick sounded off again on agents interfering in player-coach relationships. Billick acknowledged he knew Barnes informed the team last week about the linebackers' planned absences from this week's four-day non-mandatory session, but said he wasn't certain that Lewis and Boulware wouldn't show because he wasn't informed directly by the players.
SPORTS
By PHIL JACKMAN | August 28, 1995
News . . . but mostly views:The magazine Inside Sports obviously took the name seriously in its October issue (already?). It goes inside a prison in Indiana and has ex-quarterback Art Schlichter, who has been incarcerated for about 10 months now, author a piece on his seemingly never-ending gambling problems, which started here as a Baltimore Colts rookie in 1982.* Elsewhere on the gambling front, the folks who are trying to get unrestricted casino gambling approved for the state of Washington have made a brilliant move: Everyone who votes on the referendum in an upcoming election will get a dividend from 10 percent of the profits taken in by slot machines, an amount projected to be upward of $100.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | July 8, 1997
Ravens top draft pick Peter Boulware will not attend the rookies orientation camp that begins today at the team's Owings Mills complex because he does not have a contract, and the major hurdle seems to be over a voidable year clause in the possible agreement.According to a Ravens source, both sides seem content with a financial package similar to the one signed last season by Arizona Cardinals defensive end Simeon Rice worth $2.27 million a season, including a $6.5 million signing bonus, during the next four years.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | July 28, 1997
Ravens owner Art Modell said yesterday that he has offered Peter Boulware a contract similar to the one signed by Oakland Raiders rookie Darrell Russell last week, but Modell also said he is starting to become impatient with the top draft pick's 14-day holdout.Russell, a defensive tackle from Southern California who was picked No. 2 in the NFL draft, two spots ahead of Boulware, signed a deal with guaranteed money during the first couple of years and a voidable clause. Modell, however, said voidables are not part of the Ravens' proposal.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2002
Although Ravens linebackers Ray Lewis and Peter Boulware cleared the air by calling team officials directly about skipping passing camp, the public bickering between coach Brian Billick and agent Roosevelt Barnes became stormier yesterday. Barnes, who represents both Lewis and Boulware with Eugene Parker, chided Billick for commenting on his clients' contract negotiations, and Billick sounded off again on agents interfering in player-coach relationships. Billick acknowledged he knew Barnes informed the team last week about the linebackers' planned absences from this week's four-day non-mandatory session, but said he wasn't certain that Lewis and Boulware wouldn't show because he wasn't informed directly by the players.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1997
Even though playing time in preseason openers is usually reserved primarily for rookies and younger veterans, Ravens coach Ted Marchibroda plans to approach Saturday's opener against the New York Giants a bit differently.Marchibroda said starters, including Vinny Testaverde, will play for the entire first half. He added that he plans to play backup Eric Zeier for the entire second half, meaning that his other two quarterbacks, second-year man Scott Otis and rookie draft pick Wally Richardson, will not see playing time until the second preseason game against the Jets next week at the earliest.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Gary Lambrecht and Danielle Rumore contributed to this article | August 15, 1997
The Ravens received two more contract proposals yesterday from Eugene Parker, the agent for top draft pick Peter Boulware.Boulware is in the fifth week of a training camp holdout. The Ravens rejected a proposal from Parker on Wednesday, and he was not happy about the team's lack of dialogue."We received a one statement rejection," Parker said yesterday. "Usually, there is some dialogue about what you like or dislike about the proposal but I guess the rules change in this situation. I think we've done more first-round deals than anyone else since the salary cap went into effect, but we've never done a deal using this process."
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 20, 2000
Within the next two days, negotiations between the Ravens and several of the team's 19 free agents should begin to intensity, including talks with such top players as quarterback Tony Banks and defensive linemen Rob Burnett and Larry Webster. Representatives of the Ravens, as well as from most other NFL teams, and player agents have spent the past week at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., scouting some of the nation's top college players. "The agents are still in the process of recruiting, but I suspect things will heat up soon," said Pat Moriarty, the team's vice president of administration.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Gary Lambrecht and Danielle Rumore contributed to this article | August 15, 1997
The Ravens received two more contract proposals yesterday from Eugene Parker, the agent for top draft pick Peter Boulware.Boulware is in the fifth week of a training camp holdout. The Ravens rejected a proposal from Parker on Wednesday, and he was not happy about the team's lack of dialogue."We received a one statement rejection," Parker said yesterday. "Usually, there is some dialogue about what you like or dislike about the proposal but I guess the rules change in this situation. I think we've done more first-round deals than anyone else since the salary cap went into effect, but we've never done a deal using this process."
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1997
Even though playing time in preseason openers is usually reserved primarily for rookies and younger veterans, Ravens coach Ted Marchibroda plans to approach Saturday's opener against the New York Giants a bit differently.Marchibroda said starters, including Vinny Testaverde, will play for the entire first half. He added that he plans to play backup Eric Zeier for the entire second half, meaning that his other two quarterbacks, second-year man Scott Otis and rookie draft pick Wally Richardson, will not see playing time until the second preseason game against the Jets next week at the earliest.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | July 28, 1997
Ravens owner Art Modell said yesterday that he has offered Peter Boulware a contract similar to the one signed by Oakland Raiders rookie Darrell Russell last week, but Modell also said he is starting to become impatient with the top draft pick's 14-day holdout.Russell, a defensive tackle from Southern California who was picked No. 2 in the NFL draft, two spots ahead of Boulware, signed a deal with guaranteed money during the first couple of years and a voidable clause. Modell, however, said voidables are not part of the Ravens' proposal.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | July 8, 1997
Ravens top draft pick Peter Boulware will not attend the rookies orientation camp that begins today at the team's Owings Mills complex because he does not have a contract, and the major hurdle seems to be over a voidable year clause in the possible agreement.According to a Ravens source, both sides seem content with a financial package similar to the one signed last season by Arizona Cardinals defensive end Simeon Rice worth $2.27 million a season, including a $6.5 million signing bonus, during the next four years.
SPORTS
By PHIL JACKMAN | August 28, 1995
News . . . but mostly views:The magazine Inside Sports obviously took the name seriously in its October issue (already?). It goes inside a prison in Indiana and has ex-quarterback Art Schlichter, who has been incarcerated for about 10 months now, author a piece on his seemingly never-ending gambling problems, which started here as a Baltimore Colts rookie in 1982.* Elsewhere on the gambling front, the folks who are trying to get unrestricted casino gambling approved for the state of Washington have made a brilliant move: Everyone who votes on the referendum in an upcoming election will get a dividend from 10 percent of the profits taken in by slot machines, an amount projected to be upward of $100.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 20, 2000
Within the next two days, negotiations between the Ravens and several of the team's 19 free agents should begin to intensity, including talks with such top players as quarterback Tony Banks and defensive linemen Rob Burnett and Larry Webster. Representatives of the Ravens, as well as from most other NFL teams, and player agents have spent the past week at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., scouting some of the nation's top college players. "The agents are still in the process of recruiting, but I suspect things will heat up soon," said Pat Moriarty, the team's vice president of administration.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2013
A Harford County man accused of stabbing his roommate multiple times in a fight over a cellphone Friday has been charged with first degree assault and attempted second degree murder, the sheriff's office said. Antoine Eugene Parker-Washington, 27, from Abingdon was being held on a $500,000 bond following the charges in connection with the stabbing of his roommate, Michael Darren Thomas, 27. Deputies responded to the pair's apartment in the Woodsdale complex shortly before 10 p.m. and found Thomas suffering multiple stab wounds, officials said.
NEWS
By Frank Lynch | November 21, 1991
HE STOOD in the middle of the gym floor -- ramrod straight, clipboard in hand, whistle hanging from his neck.He said nothing. He was watching the bleachers fill for the first-period class on the first day of school. It was September of 1955. He was young. He was black.Integration had come to Baltimore public schools the previous year. Now the faculty at City College was following suit.Suddenly the whistle blew and the murmuring that had built to a low roar came to an abrupt halt. All eyes riveted on the man in the middle of the gym floor.
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