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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2004
Last in a series previewing matchups for today's Ravens-Titans playoff game. If the Ravens-Titans game comes down to a clutch field goal in the final few minutes, both teams should like their chances. The Ravens' Matt Stover and Titans' Gary Anderson are two of the most experienced kickers in the league. The duo has a combined 36 years in the NFL and has likely been in every kicking scenario ranging from snow, to driving rain, to the comforts of a dome. Anderson is the league's all-time leading scorer (2,346 points)
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2012
To some Ravens fans, the thought of Billy Cundiff continuing to be the team's kicker - after he hooked wide left a 32-yard attempt in January's 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in the AFCchampionship game - was an unappealing possibility that demanded action. So Sunday's news that the organization had terminated Cundiff's contract was a satisfying outcome to those same fans. And history shows that Cundiff isn't the first kicker to lose his job after faltering in the postseason.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | July 3, 1997
QUEENSTOWN -- Gary Anderson, an assistant professional at The Hamptons Golf Club in Hampton, Va., used the day's low round, a 4-under-par 68 in the morning, as a springboard to the qualifying medal in the Middle Atlantic PGA sectional, the first stage toward the national Club Pro championship in the fall.Anderson shot 73 in the afternoon for a 36-hole total of 141 at Queenstown Harbor Golf Links. Bill Gombert, an assistant pro at Bonnie View CC, and Dennis Winters, a Lakewood CC assistant, followed at 142.The low 20 scorers from a starting field of 54 qualified for the next level, the Eastern Regionals, scheduled for Oct. 1-4 at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Va. A six-for-one sudden-death playoff for the final spot took seven extra holes.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2004
Last in a series previewing matchups for today's Ravens-Titans playoff game. If the Ravens-Titans game comes down to a clutch field goal in the final few minutes, both teams should like their chances. The Ravens' Matt Stover and Titans' Gary Anderson are two of the most experienced kickers in the league. The duo has a combined 36 years in the NFL and has likely been in every kicking scenario ranging from snow, to driving rain, to the comforts of a dome. Anderson is the league's all-time leading scorer (2,346 points)
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By T.J. Simers and T.J. Simers,Los Angeles Times | October 28, 1990
SAN DIEGO -- Look on the bright side: If the San Diego Chargers still had Gary Anderson, then this coaching staff wouldn't know what to do with Rod Bernstine, Ronnie Harmon and Gary Anderson.You see -- progress.Anderson is now Tampa Bay's problem, where he's presently the team's leading rusher, second-best receiver, and with the exception of their kicker, the team's top scorer. Some problem."After sitting out a whole year it's good to come back with a bang," Anderson said. "Everything is going right for me."
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December 14, 1998
300-yard passersPlayer, Team ... C-A ... Yds. .. TDChandler, Atl. ..19-28 .. 345 ... 2Cunningham, Min. 32-55 .. 345 ... 2Marino, Mia. ... 30-57 .. 321 ... 1100-yard rushersPlayer, Team .... No. .. Yds. .. TDEdwards, N.E. ... 24 ... 196 ... 0Murrell, Ari. ... 32 ... 174 ... 0Anderson, Atl. .. 27 ... 148 ... 0Davis, Den. ..... 28 ... 147 ... 1Staley, Phil. ... 30 ... 141 ... 1Morris, K.C. .... 27 ... 137 ... 1Faulk, Ind. ..... 26 ... 115 ... 2Brown, NYG ...... 18 ... 112 ... 0Levens, G.B. .... 15 ... 105 ... 0Biakabutuka, Car. 17 ... 103 ... 1100-yard receiversPlayer, Team .... No. .. Yds. .. TDMathis, Atl. .....
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2012
To some Ravens fans, the thought of Billy Cundiff continuing to be the team's kicker - after he hooked wide left a 32-yard attempt in January's 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in the AFCchampionship game - was an unappealing possibility that demanded action. So Sunday's news that the organization had terminated Cundiff's contract was a satisfying outcome to those same fans. And history shows that Cundiff isn't the first kicker to lose his job after faltering in the postseason.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | July 21, 2003
The oldest Raven isn't contemplating retirement. In fact, Matt Stover is thinking about extending his career rather than ending it. Playing at a position where the most important numbers are accuracy and not age, the 35-year-old Stover believes he can be a viable kicker for at least three more years. "I wouldn't mind another long-term contract," said Stover, who will become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. "I want Baltimore to be my home." The only player who moved with the franchise from Cleveland and has played all seven seasons of the Ravens' existence, Stover is a constant for this team in many other ways.
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January 1, 1999
HockeyCoyotes: Recalled C Trevor Letowski from Springfield of the AHL.Red Wings: Recalled D Doug Houda from Adirondack of the AHL.Pro footballNFL: Named Jets QB Vinny Testaverde, Dolphins LB Robert Jones and Bills K Steve Christie AFC players of the month. Named Falcons QB Chris Chandler, Vikings DT John Randle and Vikings K Gary Anderson NFC players of the month. Named Jaguars RB Fred Taylor and Raiders CB Charles Woodson rookies of the month.CollegesEast Carolina: Announced that it will not renew the contract of Willie Scott, assistant football coach.
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November 29, 1993
/TC B Auto racing NASCAR -- Bobby Allison announces that Grand National driver Chuck Bown will replace Jimmy Spencer, who is joining Junior Johnson's team next year.BasketballLos Angeles Clippers -- Activated F Danny Manning from the injured list. Placed G Randy Woods on the injured list.Utah Jazz -- Waived G Dave Jamerson.FootballAtlanta Falcons -- Waived RB Anthony Wallace; signed DB Charles Washington.Detroit Lions -- Signed RB Gary Anderson.HockeyMontreal Canadiens -- Traded D Rob Ramage to the Philadelphia Flyers for future considerations.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | July 21, 2003
The oldest Raven isn't contemplating retirement. In fact, Matt Stover is thinking about extending his career rather than ending it. Playing at a position where the most important numbers are accuracy and not age, the 35-year-old Stover believes he can be a viable kicker for at least three more years. "I wouldn't mind another long-term contract," said Stover, who will become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. "I want Baltimore to be my home." The only player who moved with the franchise from Cleveland and has played all seven seasons of the Ravens' existence, Stover is a constant for this team in many other ways.
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December 14, 1998
300-yard passersPlayer, Team ... C-A ... Yds. .. TDChandler, Atl. ..19-28 .. 345 ... 2Cunningham, Min. 32-55 .. 345 ... 2Marino, Mia. ... 30-57 .. 321 ... 1100-yard rushersPlayer, Team .... No. .. Yds. .. TDEdwards, N.E. ... 24 ... 196 ... 0Murrell, Ari. ... 32 ... 174 ... 0Anderson, Atl. .. 27 ... 148 ... 0Davis, Den. ..... 28 ... 147 ... 1Staley, Phil. ... 30 ... 141 ... 1Morris, K.C. .... 27 ... 137 ... 1Faulk, Ind. ..... 26 ... 115 ... 2Brown, NYG ...... 18 ... 112 ... 0Levens, G.B. .... 15 ... 105 ... 0Biakabutuka, Car. 17 ... 103 ... 1100-yard receiversPlayer, Team .... No. .. Yds. .. TDMathis, Atl. .....
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | July 3, 1997
QUEENSTOWN -- Gary Anderson, an assistant professional at The Hamptons Golf Club in Hampton, Va., used the day's low round, a 4-under-par 68 in the morning, as a springboard to the qualifying medal in the Middle Atlantic PGA sectional, the first stage toward the national Club Pro championship in the fall.Anderson shot 73 in the afternoon for a 36-hole total of 141 at Queenstown Harbor Golf Links. Bill Gombert, an assistant pro at Bonnie View CC, and Dennis Winters, a Lakewood CC assistant, followed at 142.The low 20 scorers from a starting field of 54 qualified for the next level, the Eastern Regionals, scheduled for Oct. 1-4 at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Va. A six-for-one sudden-death playoff for the final spot took seven extra holes.
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By T.J. Simers and T.J. Simers,Los Angeles Times | October 28, 1990
SAN DIEGO -- Look on the bright side: If the San Diego Chargers still had Gary Anderson, then this coaching staff wouldn't know what to do with Rod Bernstine, Ronnie Harmon and Gary Anderson.You see -- progress.Anderson is now Tampa Bay's problem, where he's presently the team's leading rusher, second-best receiver, and with the exception of their kicker, the team's top scorer. Some problem."After sitting out a whole year it's good to come back with a bang," Anderson said. "Everything is going right for me."
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December 13, 2004
On Friday, December 10, 2004, BOSTON F. ANDERSON, JR.; beloved husband of La Rue Anderson (nee Dorsey); loving father of Bruce G., and Gary D. Anderson and Amy B. Welsh; devoted brother of Beverly Smith; cherished grandfather of Brian G., Christopher R., David P., and Lauren E. Anderson. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE, INC., 1630 Edmondson Avenue, (1 mile west of beltway exit 14), on Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, 9:30 A.M. at St. John's United Church of Christ.
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