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April 8, 2008
Quarterback David Garrard probably could have gotten the Jacksonville Jaguars to pay him more money. But he was tired of negotiating. So Garrard ended the contract process yesterday, signing a seven-year, $60 million contract that is the richest in franchise history. "I pretty much had to say, `Let's go ahead and wrap it up. I'm done,' " Garrard said. "It's too much stress on me and my family." Garrard and his agent, Albert Irby, had been seeking something similar to the six-year, $67.5 million contract Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo signed last season, but Garrard settled for the latest offer because he "felt like it was time."
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By Matt Vensel | September 7, 2011
The Ravens enter Sunday's showdown against the Steelers with two quarterbacks on their active roster: Joe Flacco, a four-year veteran who has never missed a start, and Tyrod Taylor, an untested rookie who is coping with a minor shoulder injury. Hunter Cantwell is running with the practice squad, so he doesn't count. Despite throwing three interceptions in the preseason, Taylor did enough to win the trust of the coaching staff and keep the team from bringing in a more seasoned quarterback.
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December 4, 2006
Garrard damages Miami's hopes MIAMI -- David Garrard scrambled to his right, reversed field, retreated and found himself 15 yards behind the line of scrimmage looking for an open receiver. Even then, the Miami Dolphins failed to stop him. As usual, Garrard did his best work on the run yesterday, throwing for 229 yards and two scores to help Jacksonville beat Miami, 24-10. "We felt we had a chance to put the ball up and make some big plays," Garrard said. "I feel as long as I keep moving, I have a chance to find somebody open."
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By MIKE PRESTON | December 28, 2008
Ravens DE Trevor Pryce vs. Jaguars OT Tony Pashos Pryce has been played extremely well down the stretch. He has an unorthodox style but is stronger than he looks. He plays the run well, but his forte is getting to the passer. Pryce can play inside or outside as a pass rusher. Pashos, a former Raven, is a self-made player. He isn't very athletic, but he is physical. Edge: Pryce: Ravens S Ed Reed vs. Jaguars QB David Garrard Garrard used to be a scrambler but now prefers to stay in the pocket.
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By MIKE PRESTON | December 28, 2008
Ravens DE Trevor Pryce vs. Jaguars OT Tony Pashos Pryce has been played extremely well down the stretch. He has an unorthodox style but is stronger than he looks. He plays the run well, but his forte is getting to the passer. Pryce can play inside or outside as a pass rusher. Pashos, a former Raven, is a self-made player. He isn't very athletic, but he is physical. Edge: Pryce: Ravens S Ed Reed vs. Jaguars QB David Garrard Garrard used to be a scrambler but now prefers to stay in the pocket.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | January 6, 2008
PITTSBURGH -- Faced with one of the biggest flops in NFL history, the Jacksonville Jaguars found a way to escape just as quarterback David Garrard did all last night. After squandering an 18-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Jaguars fought back with a late comeback of their own to edge the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-29, in a wild AFC wild-card game at Heinz Field. Garrard, the Jaguars' thick 245-pound leader, carried the team in the end, scrambling for 32 yards to convert a fourth-and-two and set up the game-winning field goal.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | December 25, 2008
To reach the playoffs, the Ravens only have to avoid something that has yet to happen this season: a letdown. The Ravens are 6-0 against teams that now have losing records, winning by an average of 19 points. That's why it isn't surprising the Ravens (10-5) are favored by 12 1/2 points over the Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10). This point spread is the Ravens' largest of the season. The only other time the Ravens were more than a touchdown favorite was Week 8 against the Oakland Raiders, when the Ravens were giving up eight points.
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By Booth Moore and Booth Moore,Special to the Sun | April 27, 2003
One of the great fashion mysteries is who in the world actually wears hot pants. Apparently, the answer is Jade Jagger. On a recent visit to Los Angeles, the daughter of Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger and his first wife, Bianca, held court in a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel dressed in super-short shorts and a green sweatshirt silk-screened with a pornographic image. Not exactly the kind of gal one would peg as the creative director of Garrard. Founded in 1735, the old-guard British crown jeweler renovated the Imperial State Crown for Queen Elizabeth's coronation in 1953 and also created Princess Diana's engagement ring.
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December 27, 2000
Motor City Bowl Marshall (7-5) vs. Cincinnati (7-4) Site: Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich. When: Today, 4 p.m. TV: ESPN Line: Cincinnati by 3, Outlook: Marshall is the only school that has represented the Mid-American Conference in the three-year history of the Motor City Bowl. The Thundering Herd started 2-4, and on Oct. 5, Western Michigan ended the nation's longest home winning streak at 33 games. Marshall won four of its last five regular-season games and capped the turnaround with a come-from-behind win over Western Michigan in the MAC championship game, 19-14.
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By BILL ORDINE | January 5, 2008
Redskins@Seahawks 4:30 p.m. [chs. 11, 4] You don't even have to lift the remote today. Both NFL playoff games are on the same channel. The inspired Redskins are at boisterous Qwest Field in Seattle to play the Seahawks. The Redskins are being led by Cinderella man Todd Collins, who hadn't started a game in a decade when he began filling in for Jason Campbell a few weeks ago. Jaguars@Steelers 8 p.m. [chs. 11, 4] Jacksonville handed Pittsburgh its only home loss this season and is expected to take the fight to the Steelers with its smash-mouth brand of football.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | December 25, 2008
To reach the playoffs, the Ravens only have to avoid something that has yet to happen this season: a letdown. The Ravens are 6-0 against teams that now have losing records, winning by an average of 19 points. That's why it isn't surprising the Ravens (10-5) are favored by 12 1/2 points over the Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10). This point spread is the Ravens' largest of the season. The only other time the Ravens were more than a touchdown favorite was Week 8 against the Oakland Raiders, when the Ravens were giving up eight points.
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April 8, 2008
Quarterback David Garrard probably could have gotten the Jacksonville Jaguars to pay him more money. But he was tired of negotiating. So Garrard ended the contract process yesterday, signing a seven-year, $60 million contract that is the richest in franchise history. "I pretty much had to say, `Let's go ahead and wrap it up. I'm done,' " Garrard said. "It's too much stress on me and my family." Garrard and his agent, Albert Irby, had been seeking something similar to the six-year, $67.5 million contract Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo signed last season, but Garrard settled for the latest offer because he "felt like it was time."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | January 6, 2008
PITTSBURGH -- Faced with one of the biggest flops in NFL history, the Jacksonville Jaguars found a way to escape just as quarterback David Garrard did all last night. After squandering an 18-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Jaguars fought back with a late comeback of their own to edge the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-29, in a wild AFC wild-card game at Heinz Field. Garrard, the Jaguars' thick 245-pound leader, carried the team in the end, scrambling for 32 yards to convert a fourth-and-two and set up the game-winning field goal.
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By BILL ORDINE | January 5, 2008
Redskins@Seahawks 4:30 p.m. [chs. 11, 4] You don't even have to lift the remote today. Both NFL playoff games are on the same channel. The inspired Redskins are at boisterous Qwest Field in Seattle to play the Seahawks. The Redskins are being led by Cinderella man Todd Collins, who hadn't started a game in a decade when he began filling in for Jason Campbell a few weeks ago. Jaguars@Steelers 8 p.m. [chs. 11, 4] Jacksonville handed Pittsburgh its only home loss this season and is expected to take the fight to the Steelers with its smash-mouth brand of football.
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December 4, 2006
Garrard damages Miami's hopes MIAMI -- David Garrard scrambled to his right, reversed field, retreated and found himself 15 yards behind the line of scrimmage looking for an open receiver. Even then, the Miami Dolphins failed to stop him. As usual, Garrard did his best work on the run yesterday, throwing for 229 yards and two scores to help Jacksonville beat Miami, 24-10. "We felt we had a chance to put the ball up and make some big plays," Garrard said. "I feel as long as I keep moving, I have a chance to find somebody open."
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By KEN MURRAY | December 5, 2005
GOOD ENOUGH The Jaguars got enough out of backup QB David Garrard for a 20-14 win in Cleveland. Garrard's 12-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Smith in the third quarter supplied the winning points, and his 28-yard scramble on third-and-19 helped the Jaguars close out the Browns. He'll have to play much better next week against the Colts. COLLAPSING BILLS Bills general manager Tom Donahoe already was under fire, but after blowing a 21-0 lead in Miami, coach Mike Mularkey's job could be in jeopardy as well.
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By KEN MURRAY | December 5, 2005
GOOD ENOUGH The Jaguars got enough out of backup QB David Garrard for a 20-14 win in Cleveland. Garrard's 12-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Smith in the third quarter supplied the winning points, and his 28-yard scramble on third-and-19 helped the Jaguars close out the Browns. He'll have to play much better next week against the Colts. COLLAPSING BILLS Bills general manager Tom Donahoe already was under fire, but after blowing a 21-0 lead in Miami, coach Mike Mularkey's job could be in jeopardy as well.
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By Ken Murray | November 15, 2004
COMING UP SHORT After getting swept by the Rams, the Seahawks are 0-3 against teams with winning records, and they're only 2-3 in the division. QB Matt Hasselbeck has to play a lot better against good teams. DECISION TIME If the Bears really believe they can make a playoff push, they need to gamble and sign QB Jeff George for the stretch run. GOOD CATCH Atlanta's Alge Crumpler has quietly added his name to the list of elite tight ends this season. His 49-yard TD reception was key vs. Bucs.
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By Ken Murray | November 15, 2004
COMING UP SHORT After getting swept by the Rams, the Seahawks are 0-3 against teams with winning records, and they're only 2-3 in the division. QB Matt Hasselbeck has to play a lot better against good teams. DECISION TIME If the Bears really believe they can make a playoff push, they need to gamble and sign QB Jeff George for the stretch run. GOOD CATCH Atlanta's Alge Crumpler has quietly added his name to the list of elite tight ends this season. His 49-yard TD reception was key vs. Bucs.
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By Booth Moore and Booth Moore,Special to the Sun | April 27, 2003
One of the great fashion mysteries is who in the world actually wears hot pants. Apparently, the answer is Jade Jagger. On a recent visit to Los Angeles, the daughter of Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger and his first wife, Bianca, held court in a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel dressed in super-short shorts and a green sweatshirt silk-screened with a pornographic image. Not exactly the kind of gal one would peg as the creative director of Garrard. Founded in 1735, the old-guard British crown jeweler renovated the Imperial State Crown for Queen Elizabeth's coronation in 1953 and also created Princess Diana's engagement ring.
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