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By Justin George and The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2013
Jermaine Lewis, who in recent years has been convicted on traffic-related charges, now lives in a two-story Reisterstown home with his wife and children, relying on savings. He hopes to get back into the workforce, he said, and be a part of a team again surrounded by co-workers. He thinks back to what could have been. “I wish I would've been building businesses instead of always focusing on football,” he said. “I wish I could have had something that I could fall back on that was already in place.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2013
Feb. 22, 2003: Matching its most one-sided Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball win in history, defending NCAA champion Maryland wallops North Carolina, 96-56, before nearly 18,000 at Comcast Center. "If you beat anybody by 40, you're happy," says guard Steve Blake, whose 18 points lead the No. 13 Terps (17-7). Feb. 18, 2002: In a salary cap move, the Ravens say they will cut Shannon Sharpe, their Pro Bowl tight end who, on his way out, rips the club for exposing linebacker Jamie Sharper and kick returner Jermaine Lewis in that day's NFL expansion draft.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
Former Ravens Pro Bowler Jermaine Lewis was arrested Thursday in Baltimore County for driving on a suspended license, an arrest that comes two months before he is due in court for a reckless driving charge from last year. Police said Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, was seen driving a Dodge Charger with his 4-year-old son unrestrained in the front seat just before 10 a.m. near Hanover Pike and Mt. Gilead Road in Reisterstown. The officer conducted a traffic stop and saw that Lewis' license had been revoked, and placed him under arrest, police said.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2013
Tony Siragusa isn't the prettiest of men. The former Baltimore Raven played the thankless role of a 6-foot-3, 330-pound steel drum, crashing the line over and over, so teammates could sack the quarterback - and reap the glory. But "Goose" was a member of the team that won Super Bowl XXXV, and the gregarious giant's profile has grown exponentially since that January day in 2001. He's a Fox-TV sideline reporter, host of a home improvement show and has been cast in "The Sopranos" and the film "25th Hour.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2011
Former Ravens player Jermaine Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, has been charged with driving recklessly and resisting arrest after police said an officer had to use a Taser to subdue him. Police said witnesses followed Lewis' vehicle Monday evening and reported that it was swerving and had run over a volunteer fire company sign before it turned into the player's home on Pleasant Grove Road in...
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1998
A silver lining in the Ravens' disappointing 5-9 season should appear today, when several team members are expected to be named to the squad representing the AFC in the Pro Bowl.Defensive end Michael McCrary, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, outside linebacker Peter Boulware and punt returner Jermaine Lewis appear to be the team's leading candidates to enjoy Pro Bowl recognition.Middle linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Rod Woodson also have shots at playing in Honolulu on Feb. 7.The Ravens' defense features a solid front seven and has been the team's strong suit for much of 1998.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | May 1, 2000
The 2000 season will be a crucial one for Ravens receiver Jermaine Lewis. After catching 41 passes for 784 yards and six touchdowns in 1998 and earning Pro Bowl honors as a punt returner with a 12.7-yard average including two for touchdowns, Lewis struggled through a difficult 1999 season, the first under head coach Brian Billick. Last season, Lewis had only 25 catches for 281 yards and averaged only 7.9 yards per punt return. The Ravens never found a key role for him in the offense. Lewis would like to change that in the coming season, but it will be a big challenge.
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By ANNIE LINSKEY and ANNIE LINSKEY,SUN REPORTER | December 15, 2005
A former Baltimore Ravens player faces drunken driving charges after a weekend accident in Glen Burnie, according to Anne Arundel County police. Jermaine Lewis, 31, of Largo, a wide receiver and return specialist who ran back a kickoff for a touchdown in the Ravens' Super Bowl win in 2001, was arrested about 2 p.m. Saturday outside Marley Station Mall. Lewis was driving south on Ritchie Highway near the mall when traffic slowed and his rented Dodge Durango struck a Toyota Camry in front of him, according to police charging documents filed with the Anne Arundel County District Court.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1998
Over the past two weeks, no offensive player has been more productive for the Ravens than nine-year wide receiver Floyd Turner. And yet, Turner could find himself watching Sunday's game in Chicago from the bench.A day after Turner matched a career high with 10 receptions against Minnesota, coach Ted Marchibroda said he expects Jermaine Lewis to return to the lineup after missing two games with an ankle sprain. Turner has replaced Lewis the past two weeks.When asked if Turner could move to the other wide-out position -- where James Roe had replaced the injured Michael Jackson for the past three games -- Marchibroda said Turner's lack of familiarity with the position would weigh against him."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 7, 1998
Two years ago, Jermaine Lewis lacked the knowledge and confidence to try a move as bold as the one that worked with devastating results against the Cincinnati Bengals.As a rookie, Lewis would not have dreamed of changing the Ravens' punt-return scheme on his own. But that's precisely what he did 10 days ago after catching a Bengals punt. Lewis started left, stopped suddenly, darted right, ran around two great blocks, then flew down the sideline to complete a game-turning, 87-yard return for a touchdown.
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By Justin George and The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2013
Jermaine Lewis, who in recent years has been convicted on traffic-related charges, now lives in a two-story Reisterstown home with his wife and children, relying on savings. He hopes to get back into the workforce, he said, and be a part of a team again surrounded by co-workers. He thinks back to what could have been. “I wish I would've been building businesses instead of always focusing on football,” he said. “I wish I could have had something that I could fall back on that was already in place.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
Former Ravens Pro Bowler Jermaine Lewis was arrested Thursday in Baltimore County for driving on a suspended license, an arrest that comes two months before he is due in court for a reckless driving charge from last year. Police said Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, was seen driving a Dodge Charger with his 4-year-old son unrestrained in the front seat just before 10 a.m. near Hanover Pike and Mt. Gilead Road in Reisterstown. The officer conducted a traffic stop and saw that Lewis' license had been revoked, and placed him under arrest, police said.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2011
Former Ravens player Jermaine Lewis, who returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the team's 2001 Super Bowl victory, has been charged with driving recklessly and resisting arrest after police said an officer had to use a Taser to subdue him. Police said witnesses followed Lewis' vehicle Monday evening and reported that it was swerving and had run over a volunteer fire company sign before it turned into the player's home on Pleasant Grove Road in...
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Mike Preston | October 24, 2010
Thank goodness the Ravens have a bye Sunday. They need one. Even though they are an impressive 5-2 at this point after edging a winless Buffalo team Sunday, the Ravens have regressed instead of progressing. Their pass defense was bad last week against New England, and absolutely pathetic against Buffalo. Once upon a time, teams feared trying to run against the Ravens, but an opposing team rushing for more than 100 yards happens almost every Sunday now. The Ravens have no return game.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | September 7, 2007
Nearly all of the Ravens' success over 11 seasons has been derived from their defense. The face of the franchise since it came from Cleveland has been middle linebacker Ray Lewis. The Ravens won a Super Bowl with Trent Dilfer, whose quarterback rating during that 2000 season was mediocre. The Ravens say this season will be different. Line: Bengals by 2 1/2 For updates and news on the Ravens, go to baltimoresun.com/ravenscentral Ravens Year-By-Year Offense The Ravens' offensive rankings and top quarterback, rusher and receiver (based on yardage)
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By ANNIE LINSKEY and ANNIE LINSKEY,SUN REPORTER | December 15, 2005
A former Baltimore Ravens player faces drunken driving charges after a weekend accident in Glen Burnie, according to Anne Arundel County police. Jermaine Lewis, 31, of Largo, a wide receiver and return specialist who ran back a kickoff for a touchdown in the Ravens' Super Bowl win in 2001, was arrested about 2 p.m. Saturday outside Marley Station Mall. Lewis was driving south on Ritchie Highway near the mall when traffic slowed and his rented Dodge Durango struck a Toyota Camry in front of him, according to police charging documents filed with the Anne Arundel County District Court.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1999
Ravens wide receivers coach Milt Jackson usually has a cool demeanor. But ask him about Jermaine Lewis being the so-called No. 1 receiver, and Jackson raises his voice a little and starts talking with his hands, trying to get his point across."
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By Mike Preston | October 26, 1998
1 The Ravens fell behind 14-0 early, putting pressure on an offense that has scored just one touchdown in the past three games.2 The Ravens' inept special teams struck again, allowing a 71-yard punt-return touchdown by Roell Preston.3 The Packers had two to three playmakers on offense, compared to one (Jermaine Lewis) for the Ravens.Pub Date: 10/26/98
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December 4, 2004
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Agreed to one-year, $1.25 million contract with SS Jose Vizcaino. MARLINS: Named Harry Dunlop bench coach, Luis Dorante bullpen coach and Brian Chattin director of player development. REDS: Named Dan Huston scout. ROCKIES: Named Mike Gallego third base and infield coach and Jeff Bridich manager of minor league operations. YANKEES: Agreed to one-year contract with free-agent C John Flaherty. Traded OF Kenny Lofton and cash to Phillies for P Felix Rodriguez. Traded P Felix Heredia to Mets for P Mike Stanton and cash.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2002
The Ravens weren't supposed to win more than a handful of games. They certainly weren't supposed to contend for the playoffs, either. Now, with three players having been named to the Pro Bowl yesterday, the Ravens have completed an unexpected trifecta. The Ravens (7-7), who play the Cleveland Browns (7-7) in a key AFC North game Sunday, reaped some early rewards for their overachieving season as offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, tight end Todd Heap and outside linebacker Peter Boulware were selected to the Pro Bowl.
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