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By EDWARD LEE | September 21, 2007
Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals will mark Jason Brown's 16th consecutive start at left guard. As much as Brown enjoys Baltimore, there's still a place in his heart for his hometown of Henderson, N.C., where he can partake in one of his favorite hobbies. What would you be doing if you weren't playing football? It would have to be something that I genuinely love, and it would have to be something outdoors. Probably a professional fisherman. I'd join the pro bass circuit. I love doing it, and I'd still be able to make a living doing it. What's the biggest fish you've ever caught?
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By Nelson Coffin, For The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
In a game in which neither team made many mistakes, an attempt to flip the ball to Calvert Hall junior attackman Timmy Kelly in overtime afforded Gilman senior defensemen Chase Campbell the opportunity he needed to force a turnover. About 30 seconds after Campbell checked the ball from Kelly's stick, the ill-advised exchange came back to haunt the No. 5 Cardinals when Gilman senior Tyler Ruhl converted a perfect feed from fellow attackman Andy Matthews to give the No. 6 Greyhounds an 11-10 victory in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference quarterfinal Friday afternoon in Roland Park.
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By EDWARD LEE | October 22, 2008
Describe the transition from guard to center for you. You have a lot of responsibilities, like knowing the defenses and making the offensive line calls. On top of that, it's twice as hard having to learn a new offense under [offensive coordinator] Cam Cameron. He has a very in-depth playbook. What is one of the more challenging aspects of your role? At tackle [which Brown played during his freshman year at North Carolina], the defensive lineman is several feet away from you. At center, he's about 5 inches away from you. They can crowd the ball, and that makes a big difference because you're at the point of attack, and everything happens very quickly at the center position.
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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
With just under two minutes to play and his team clinging to a one-goal lead, Calvert Hall junior Timmy Kelly dodged around a couple of Gilman defenders and deftly shot the ball into the corner of the goal. Kelly swung his arms in jubilation as his teammates erupted on the sidelines. Just one minute earlier, sophomore Michael Fanshaw had given the No. 6 Cardinals their first lead of the second half and they were ready to put a three-game losing streak to conference foes behind them.
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October 3, 2006
Ravens left guard Edwin Mulitalo has a torn right triceps muscle and is out for the season. Jason Brown will take over Mulitalo's starting spot on the offensive line Monday against the Broncos. Article, PG 6E
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February 24, 2009
:: Top talents Bart Scott or Jason Brown could re-sign before Friday, according to the agent for both players, who said his "gut feeling" is that one probably will become a free agent. Agent Harold Lewis said Scott, a linebacker and the team's second-leading tackler each of the past four seasons, has a better shot at staying than Brown, who starts at center.
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June 5, 2002
A list of properties to be sold in the Howard County tax sale today can be accessed from the Internet at http://www.co.ho.md. us/taxsale.xls. The file is an Excel spreadsheet that may be viewed online and saved. The sale will be held at 10 a.m. in the Banneker Room of the George Howard Building, 3430 Court House Drive, Ellicott City. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. A terms-of-tax-sale form and the federal form W-9, both necessary to bid, can be obtained and filled out before the sale.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | October 20, 2007
Jason Brown often acts like a big kid in the Ravens' locker room. He throws a dodgeball at unsuspecting teammates or crumples the athletic tape he has just ripped off his ankles into make-believe basketballs to see how many he can toss into a nearby trash bin. But the third-year offensive guard, who's 6 feet 3, 320 pounds, is trying to grow up quickly on the field this season and soon will have to do the same off the field. Ravens@Bills Tomorrow, 1 p.m., chs. 13, 9, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Ravens by 3
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July 28, 2007
On July 26, 2007, ANDREW F. REKUS; beloved husband of the late Philomena E. Rekus (nee Balzano); devoted father of R. Deborah Brown, John F. Rekus and Thomas R. Rekus; father in-law of Elizabeth A. Rekus; grandfather of Jason Brown, Andrew Rekus and Kevin Rekus. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home Inc., 6500 York Road, (at Overbrook), on Saturday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. and Sunday, 2 to 4 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be offered Monday, 11 A.M. at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
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By BILL ORDINE | December 17, 2008
For another year, a handful of Ravens defensive players were rewarded for the team's extraordinary overall performance by being named to the NFL's Pro Bowl. The honor bestowed on Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Terrell Suggs was deserved (along with fullback Le'Ron McClain and special teamer Brendon Ayanbadejo). Haloti Ngata? Agreed, he has had a great season, and his time as a Pro Bowl player is coming. But if a player's Pro Bowl credentials were ever overlooked - especially in terms of overall contribution to his team - it was those of Ravens center Jason Brown.
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Mike Preston | August 8, 2010
After 194 regular-season games, 1,770 tackles and a couple of thousand practices, 11-time Pro Bowl linebacker Ray Lewis is having as much fun now as he did 14 years ago, when he first put on a Ravens uniform. He is still like a little kid at an amusement park. Lewis is the first in line for every drill. He sprints from station to station, either playfully taunting a teammate or chatting away. If he isn't high-fiving one player, he might be wrestling another. Training camp is supposed to get harder as you get older, but someone forgot to tell Lewis, 35. "The man runs sideline to sideline just like he did years ago," said Ravens defensive tackle Kelly Gregg, in his 11th season.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | February 27, 2009
The Ravens will find out today what is rhetoric and what is reality in regard to Ray Lewis. The longtime face of the franchise was allowed to begin speaking to other teams at midnight last night, becoming the highest-profile free agent in the team's 13-year history. Does Dallas owner Jerry Jones truly covet Lewis' leadership for a dysfunctional Cowboys team? How interested is Rex Ryan in making Lewis his defensive centerpiece in his first season as New York Jets head coach? Could the Denver Broncos and Mike Nolan sneak into the picture?
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | February 25, 2009
Where Jason Brown ends up in free agency could be determined by where he lines up on the field. It is believed the Ravens want to pay Brown as a center while the versatile offensive lineman is seeking to be paid as a guard. The difference in positions could be $2 million per season, which might push Brown to test the free-agent market Friday. It has been heavily rumored the Miami Dolphins are interested in Brown if he becomes available. "We believe Jason Brown is a great offensive lineman," said Harold Lewis, Brown's agent, who declined to talk specifically about the negotiations.
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February 24, 2009
:: Top talents Bart Scott or Jason Brown could re-sign before Friday, according to the agent for both players, who said his "gut feeling" is that one probably will become a free agent. Agent Harold Lewis said Scott, a linebacker and the team's second-leading tackler each of the past four seasons, has a better shot at staying than Brown, who starts at center.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | January 20, 2009
A day after a 23-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game, the Ravens gathered for their final meeting, at which coach John Harbaugh applauded his players for coming together as a team and owner Steve Bisciotti thanked them for overcoming injuries. Now comes the hard part - the encore. With a rookie head coach and quarterback, the Ravens surpassed expectations - even some of their own, center Jason Brown said - and put together one of the most surprising seasons in team history.
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By Jacques Kelly | December 30, 2008
Janice Elaine Brown, a Baltimore City public schools assistant principal, died of heart disease Wednesday at her Randallstown home. She was 58. Born Janice Elaine Singleton in Baltimore and raised in Cherry Hill, she attended Cherry Hill Elementary School and was a 1968 Edmondson High School graduate. She earned an education degree at what is now Morgan State University. She joined the city's Department of Education and taught at the Robert Poole and Fairmount Hill schools, as well as Northeast Middle School and Dunbar Middle schools.
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By Jacques Kelly | December 30, 2008
Janice Elaine Brown, a Baltimore City public schools assistant principal, died of heart disease Wednesday at her Randallstown home. She was 58. Born Janice Elaine Singleton in Baltimore and raised in Cherry Hill, she attended Cherry Hill Elementary School and was a 1968 Edmondson High School graduate. She earned an education degree at what is now Morgan State University. She joined the city's Department of Education and taught at the Robert Poole and Fairmount Hill schools, as well as Northeast Middle School and Dunbar Middle schools.
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November 14, 1991
Services for three children who died in a fire in their Northeast Baltimore house early Saturday will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at the St. Ann Church, 528 E. 22nd St.Ten-year-old Damon Jerry Fairfax, his 5-year-old brother, Jerry Donte Fairfax, and their 2-year-old sister, Cieria Ann Brown, died in the 5:40 a.m. blaze, which is still under investigation.Damon was a fourth-grade student at Frankford Intermediate School and a member of the school choir. He also played football for a team at the Herring Run Recreation Center.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | December 29, 2008
WHACKO FOR FLACCO: Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco threw for 297 yards and hit five passes of more than 20 yards - both season highs. After Jacksonville took a 7-3 lead in the first quarter, Flacco went 12-for-13 for 192 yards to lead three straight touchdown drives to basically seal the playoff berth. MORE STEALS FOR REED: Ravens safety Ed Reed picked off two passes, one at the Ravens' 15-yard line and the other in the end zone. With his eighth interception in six games, Reed is making a strong push for NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
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By BILL ORDINE | December 17, 2008
For another year, a handful of Ravens defensive players were rewarded for the team's extraordinary overall performance by being named to the NFL's Pro Bowl. The honor bestowed on Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Terrell Suggs was deserved (along with fullback Le'Ron McClain and special teamer Brendon Ayanbadejo). Haloti Ngata? Agreed, he has had a great season, and his time as a Pro Bowl player is coming. But if a player's Pro Bowl credentials were ever overlooked - especially in terms of overall contribution to his team - it was those of Ravens center Jason Brown.
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