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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 26, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Jason Sehorn seems to live a charmed life. He has recovered from a knee injury that threatened his career as a Pro Bowl cornerback with the New York Giants. He has met the woman of his (and others') dreams, actress Angie Harmon. He has made the plays, one in particular, that helped his team get to the Super Bowl. Yet Sehorn, now 29, has not forgotten when things weren't so good. It was a little more than a year ago. He could barely drag himself out of bed as he tried to rehabilitate the knee that he tore in an exhibition game before the 1998 season.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 29, 2001
The Ravens grabbed the edge in Super Bowl XXXV with their usual stifling defense and an unexpected early appearance by their offense. The Ravens' defense established the tone, allowing 28 yards and one first down. The New York Giants could do little, with four three-and-outs and never moving beyond their 41-yard line. Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis made his presence known, deflecting two passes and making three tackles. Defensive end Rob Burnett added three tackles and a sack. Giants quarterback Kerry Collins was 3-for-9 for 17 yards and had to scramble twice.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 29, 2001
The Ravens grabbed the edge in Super Bowl XXXV with their usual stifling defense and an unexpected early appearance by their offense. The Ravens' defense established the tone, allowing 28 yards and one first down. The New York Giants could do little, with four three-and-outs and never moving beyond their 41-yard line. Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis made his presence known, deflecting two passes and making three tackles. Defensive end Rob Burnett added three tackles and a sack. Giants quarterback Kerry Collins was 3-for-9 for 17 yards and had to scramble twice.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 26, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Jason Sehorn seems to live a charmed life. He has recovered from a knee injury that threatened his career as a Pro Bowl cornerback with the New York Giants. He has met the woman of his (and others') dreams, actress Angie Harmon. He has made the plays, one in particular, that helped his team get to the Super Bowl. Yet Sehorn, now 29, has not forgotten when things weren't so good. It was a little more than a year ago. He could barely drag himself out of bed as he tried to rehabilitate the knee that he tore in an exhibition game before the 1998 season.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | January 26, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - The trash talking between the Ravens and the New York Giants began nearly two years ago, long before anyone imagined that the two teams would meet in Super Bowl XXXV. In fact, it started before the best trash-talker of them all - erudite tight end Shannon Sharpe - ever thought of becoming a Raven. Everyone has seen him dress down Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn on the popular and long-running commercial for the Charles Schwab brokerage firm. It has become a familiar part of NFL (and other)
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By Neil Best and Neil Best,NEWSDAY | January 17, 2001
Please sign my yearbook, Michael. "It's too good and too nice to be around this group of guys, and I don't think anybody wants to see it end." DE Michael Strahan, NY Giants, No. 92. Thanks. No, that's all right, keep the pen, big guy. With Graduation Day less than two weeks away, when New York faces the Ravens in the Super Bowl, the Giants are starting to reflect on how much they've grown, learned and bonded, a mood their star defensive end captured Monday. Led by gentlemanly professor Jim Fassel, a locker room once infamous for its griping and internal rifts has made choir practice seem like a den of vipers by comparison.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1998
When Dan Reeves coached cornerback Jason Sehorn in his first three years with the New York Giants, he ignored Sehorn's pleas to let him return kicks.Reeves followed the same policy when he went to Atlanta last year and cornerback Ray Buchanan lobbied him to return punts."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1999
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Not even the Washington Redskins could blow this one.The Redskins, the league's punch line last week for their late-game collapse, never had a chance to melt down yesterday as the New York Giants handed the Redskins a 50-21 victory.The 73,170 fans at Giants Stadium booed loudly at New York's 12 missed tackles in the first half. They booed the seven first-half penalties, the clueless play of the New York secondary and the futile blocking by its line.And they would have booed just as loudly at quarterback Kent Graham getting sacked on fourth down with six minutes left in the third quarter, but over half of the stadium had emptied by then with the Redskins ahead, 43-14.
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December 19, 1999
N.Y. Giants (7-6) at St. Louis (11-2)Time: 1 p.m.Line: Rams by 10 1/2.Vs. spread: Giants 7-6; Rams 11-2.Last week: Giants beat Bills, 19-17. Rams beat Saints, 30-14.Series: Rams lead 22-9.Last meeting: Rams won, 13-3, on Sept. 21, 1997, at St. Louis.Outlook: The Giants are one of four 7-6 teams scrambling for NFC playoff spots. If they win two more, chances are good they'll make it. They have won two straight and are 9-0 in December under coach Jim Fassel, but those streaks will be in serious jeopardy against St. Louis, the NFL's highest-scoring team with 430 points.
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August 30, 2004
Zainab Al-Suwaij, executive director, American Islamic Congress Ron Silver, actor Jason Sehorn, football player Angie Harmon, actor and model Sen. John McCain of Arizona Rudolph W. Giuliani, former New York mayor Trailing the candidates John Kerry: no campaign events. John Edwards: Campaigns in Wilmington, N.C.; overnights in Huntington, W.Va. President Bush: Campaigns in North Nashua, N.H., and Taylor, Mich. Vice President Dick Cheney: No campaign events.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | January 26, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - The trash talking between the Ravens and the New York Giants began nearly two years ago, long before anyone imagined that the two teams would meet in Super Bowl XXXV. In fact, it started before the best trash-talker of them all - erudite tight end Shannon Sharpe - ever thought of becoming a Raven. Everyone has seen him dress down Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn on the popular and long-running commercial for the Charles Schwab brokerage firm. It has become a familiar part of NFL (and other)
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By Neil Best and Neil Best,NEWSDAY | January 17, 2001
Please sign my yearbook, Michael. "It's too good and too nice to be around this group of guys, and I don't think anybody wants to see it end." DE Michael Strahan, NY Giants, No. 92. Thanks. No, that's all right, keep the pen, big guy. With Graduation Day less than two weeks away, when New York faces the Ravens in the Super Bowl, the Giants are starting to reflect on how much they've grown, learned and bonded, a mood their star defensive end captured Monday. Led by gentlemanly professor Jim Fassel, a locker room once infamous for its griping and internal rifts has made choir practice seem like a den of vipers by comparison.
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December 19, 1999
N.Y. Giants (7-6) at St. Louis (11-2)Time: 1 p.m.Line: Rams by 10 1/2.Vs. spread: Giants 7-6; Rams 11-2.Last week: Giants beat Bills, 19-17. Rams beat Saints, 30-14.Series: Rams lead 22-9.Last meeting: Rams won, 13-3, on Sept. 21, 1997, at St. Louis.Outlook: The Giants are one of four 7-6 teams scrambling for NFC playoff spots. If they win two more, chances are good they'll make it. They have won two straight and are 9-0 in December under coach Jim Fassel, but those streaks will be in serious jeopardy against St. Louis, the NFL's highest-scoring team with 430 points.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1999
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Not even the Washington Redskins could blow this one.The Redskins, the league's punch line last week for their late-game collapse, never had a chance to melt down yesterday as the New York Giants handed the Redskins a 50-21 victory.The 73,170 fans at Giants Stadium booed loudly at New York's 12 missed tackles in the first half. They booed the seven first-half penalties, the clueless play of the New York secondary and the futile blocking by its line.And they would have booed just as loudly at quarterback Kent Graham getting sacked on fourth down with six minutes left in the third quarter, but over half of the stadium had emptied by then with the Redskins ahead, 43-14.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1998
When Dan Reeves coached cornerback Jason Sehorn in his first three years with the New York Giants, he ignored Sehorn's pleas to let him return kicks.Reeves followed the same policy when he went to Atlanta last year and cornerback Ray Buchanan lobbied him to return punts."
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December 27, 1997
BaseballMets: Signed IF-OF Jim Tatum as six-year minor-league free agent and invited him to spring training as non-roster player.BasketballPacers: Placed F Mark Pope (sprained left knee) on injured list. Activated F Etdrick Bohannon from injured list.CollegeNew York Tech: Reinstated women's basketball starting in 1998-99 school year.FootballNFL: Named following Players of the Month: NFC offensive, Lions RB Barry Sanders; AFC offensive, Jaguars WR Keenan McCardell; NFC defensive, Giants CB Jason Sehorn; AFC defensive, Chiefs LB Derrick Thomas; NFC special teams, Falcons KR Byron Hanspard; AFC special teams, Chiefs K Pete Stoyanovich.
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October 8, 2001
Seahawks 24 Jaguars 15 Making his first start for Seattle in place of injured Matt Hasselbeck, ex-Ravens QB Trent Dilfer (above) completes 15 of 23 passes for 219 yards and a touchdown, helping Seattle defeat Jacksonville. [Page 13d] Giants 23 Redskins 9 Washington plays New York tough but falls to 0-4, as its offense sputters again without a touchdown. Two Jason Sehorn interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, seal the win for the Giants. [Page 7d] Cardinals 21 Eagles 20 QB Jake Plummer leads another fourth-quarter rally, helping upset Philadelphia by taking Arizona 74 yards for the winning score in 1:04 and with no timeouts.
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