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December 30, 2006
Tonight N.Y. GIANTS AT WASHINGTON GIANTS: Out: TE Jeremy Shockey (ankle); G Rich Seubert (shin). Probable: RB Jim Finn (back). REDSKINS: Out: LB Khary Campbell (hamstring-IR). Probable: C Casey Rabach (hand); T Jon Jansen (calf).
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By Matt Vensel | March 4, 2012
It's a good thing the Ravens aren't looking for a pass-catching tight end in free agency because pickings are slim. Jermichael Finley, the top free agent tight end in this year's class, won't hit the market as the Green Bay Packers re-signed him to a two-year deal last month. That leaves the Washington Redskins' Fred Davis as the top free agent at the position, but there is a chance the Redskins could use their franchise tag to keep Davis. Finley and Davis are the only two consistent receiving threats in this class, but there are a few intriguing players who have had varying degrees of success as receiving tight ends.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | November 23, 2007
PLAY OF THE WEEK Tom Brady, New England vs. Philadelphia -- Never has there been more of a sure thing in fantasy football than Brady, who has thrown for 3,059 yards and 38 touchdowns in the Patriots' 10-0 start. The Eagles' defense won't stop him. QUARTERBACK STARTING NOD -- Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle at St. LouisThe Seahawks are relying more on the pass and Hasselbeck. He has thrown two touchdown passes in each of the past five games, racking up 300-plus yards in three of them. OTHER SOLID OPTIONS -- Eli Manning, New York Giants; Kurt Warner, Arizona; Derek Anderson, Cleveland.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | November 23, 2007
PLAY OF THE WEEK Tom Brady, New England vs. Philadelphia -- Never has there been more of a sure thing in fantasy football than Brady, who has thrown for 3,059 yards and 38 touchdowns in the Patriots' 10-0 start. The Eagles' defense won't stop him. QUARTERBACK STARTING NOD -- Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle at St. LouisThe Seahawks are relying more on the pass and Hasselbeck. He has thrown two touchdown passes in each of the past five games, racking up 300-plus yards in three of them. OTHER SOLID OPTIONS -- Eli Manning, New York Giants; Kurt Warner, Arizona; Derek Anderson, Cleveland.
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By Matt Vensel | March 4, 2012
It's a good thing the Ravens aren't looking for a pass-catching tight end in free agency because pickings are slim. Jermichael Finley, the top free agent tight end in this year's class, won't hit the market as the Green Bay Packers re-signed him to a two-year deal last month. That leaves the Washington Redskins' Fred Davis as the top free agent at the position, but there is a chance the Redskins could use their franchise tag to keep Davis. Finley and Davis are the only two consistent receiving threats in this class, but there are a few intriguing players who have had varying degrees of success as receiving tight ends.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN REPORTER | January 8, 2006
Panthers (11-5) @Giants (11-5) Time, TV -- 1 p.m., chs. 45, 5 Line -- Giants by 2 1/2 X factor -- When they went to the Super Bowl two years ago, the Panthers used RB Stephen Davis as their battering ram on offense. This season, DeShaun Foster must carry the load. Carolina relies on the running game to set up QB Jake Delhomme's passing. Foster, who started the past four games, is more of a slasher than the power runner that Davis was. Intriguing matchup -- How the Giants decide to defend WR Steve Smith will have a huge impact on the game.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 21, 2003
ASHBURN, Va. - Fans either love him or hate him, and the New York Giants' Jeremy Shockey has generated similar mixed feelings from the Washington Redskins defense. Some players - like linebackers Jeremiah Trotter and Jessie Armstead - are eager to shut down the second-year tight end. "Anytime you deal with a tight end like that, it makes it hard on you," Armstead said. Shockey is "a guy that can stretch the field. We know we're going to have to face him, but we're looking forward to the challenge."
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | February 26, 2006
INDIANAPOLIS -- In the ever-shifting offensive landscape of the NFL, tight ends are back in vogue. Benefiting from the mismatch of speed against linebackers and size against safeties, pass-catching tight ends - such as the Ravens' Todd Heap, Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez, San Diego's Antonio Gates and Pittsburgh's Heath Miller - are increasingly important weapons. All of which bodes well for ex-Maryland standout Vernon Davis, who is giving up his final year of eligibility with the Terrapins to enter the NFL draft April 29-30.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 16, 2003
Over the past three seasons, Todd Heap has delivered some of the most picturesque leaping catches in Ravens history. Yesterday, the Pro Bowl tight end was the portrait of frustration. The struggles of the NFL's worst passing game have struck a painful chord with the normally low-key Heap. A passing attack that has underachieved as well as underused Heap has caused several sleepless nights for the three-year veteran. "I just think with the talent we have and the players we have, there's really no reason why we should be in last place in the league in passing," Heap said.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 30, 2003
New England (9-2) at Indianapolis (9-2) Time: 1 p.m. TV: Ch. 9. Line: Colts by 4. Key stat: The Patriots have not allowed a first-quarter TD in eight of their past nine games. Players to watch: The quarterbacks. The Colts' Peyton Manning has thrown 19 TD passes vs. eight interceptions; the Patriots' Tom Brady has tossed 13 TD passes vs. 10 interceptions. The buzz: These division leaders already are thinking playoffs, and a victory in this one could lead to a first-round bye. Manning felt a twinge in his throwing arm Wednesday, but a magnetic resonance imaging test Thursday showed no damage.
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December 30, 2006
Tonight N.Y. GIANTS AT WASHINGTON GIANTS: Out: TE Jeremy Shockey (ankle); G Rich Seubert (shin). Probable: RB Jim Finn (back). REDSKINS: Out: LB Khary Campbell (hamstring-IR). Probable: C Casey Rabach (hand); T Jon Jansen (calf).
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | July 8, 2006
For sports teams, the notion of "training" has meant hitting the weight room, running wind sprints and practicing the X's and O's drawn up by the coaching staff. However, Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen's recent profanity-laced excoriation of a sports columnist, which included a slur for gays, had last year's American League Manager of the Year in line for a type of training that's new to the sports world but could become as routine as taking batting practice. Guillen was ordered to attend sensitivity training, also referred to as diversity training - an exercise intended to encourage an awareness and respect regarding those of a different race, ethnicity, gender, generation, religion or sexual orientation.
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | February 26, 2006
INDIANAPOLIS -- In the ever-shifting offensive landscape of the NFL, tight ends are back in vogue. Benefiting from the mismatch of speed against linebackers and size against safeties, pass-catching tight ends - such as the Ravens' Todd Heap, Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez, San Diego's Antonio Gates and Pittsburgh's Heath Miller - are increasingly important weapons. All of which bodes well for ex-Maryland standout Vernon Davis, who is giving up his final year of eligibility with the Terrapins to enter the NFL draft April 29-30.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN REPORTER | January 8, 2006
Panthers (11-5) @Giants (11-5) Time, TV -- 1 p.m., chs. 45, 5 Line -- Giants by 2 1/2 X factor -- When they went to the Super Bowl two years ago, the Panthers used RB Stephen Davis as their battering ram on offense. This season, DeShaun Foster must carry the load. Carolina relies on the running game to set up QB Jake Delhomme's passing. Foster, who started the past four games, is more of a slasher than the power runner that Davis was. Intriguing matchup -- How the Giants decide to defend WR Steve Smith will have a huge impact on the game.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2004
DIVISION PREVIEW NFC EAST PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 1 -- PRESEASON PICK Coach: Andy Reid (56-33), sixth season with Eagles. Last season: 12-4, first place. Lost NFC championship game to Carolina, 14-3. Burning question Will WR Terrell Owens push the Eagles over the top or off the ledge? Must-do project The Eagles had two glaring deficiencies last year -- stopping the run and protecting QB Donovan McNabb. Team MVP McNabb finally has a big-play weapon in the passing game. On the hot seat Reid likes to spread his offensive wealth, but now he's got to find a way to keep Owens, a chronic malcontent, happy.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 30, 2003
New England (9-2) at Indianapolis (9-2) Time: 1 p.m. TV: Ch. 9. Line: Colts by 4. Key stat: The Patriots have not allowed a first-quarter TD in eight of their past nine games. Players to watch: The quarterbacks. The Colts' Peyton Manning has thrown 19 TD passes vs. eight interceptions; the Patriots' Tom Brady has tossed 13 TD passes vs. 10 interceptions. The buzz: These division leaders already are thinking playoffs, and a victory in this one could lead to a first-round bye. Manning felt a twinge in his throwing arm Wednesday, but a magnetic resonance imaging test Thursday showed no damage.
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