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January 19, 2003
Today Tampa Bay at Philadelphia BUCCANEERS: Probable: DT Chartric Darby (calf); DT Warren Sapp (shoulder); DE Ellis Wyms (ankle). EAGLES: Doubtful: DE Derrick Burgess (foot). Probable: LB Shawn Barber (knee); S Blaine Bishop (groin); QB Donovan McNabb (ankle); WR Todd Pinkston (finger/toe); RB Brian Westbrook (wrist). Tennessee at Oakland TITANS: Questionable: LB Rocky Boiman (knee); CB Andre Dyson (shoulder); RB Eddie George (concussion); DE Jevon Kearse (foot); QB Steve McNair (thumb)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | October 6, 2008
Joe Flacco wasn't any different after two straight losses than he was after two straight wins. The Ravens quarterback stood at the post-game podium with the same body language he has had for the past month. He answered questions in the same soft-spoken voice. He acknowledged his mistakes bluntly, without a trace of self-pity or dramatic flair. Joe Cool was still Joe Cool after the Ravens' wrenching, 13-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans yesterday, two critical interceptions notwithstanding.
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By Ken Murray | January 30, 2000
Three Titans who must perform QB Steve McNair Will he throw or won't he? The Titans have played a conservative game so far on offense in the postseason. But to keep pace with Kurt Warner and the Rams, they're going to have to open it up. McNair has had big games passing this season. His ability to buy time in the pocket -- and turn a loss into a gain -- will be crucial. Ball control will be the Titans' objective. CB Samari Rolle Toward the end of the season, Rolle was covering the opposing team's best receiver.
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January 19, 2003
Today Tampa Bay at Philadelphia BUCCANEERS: Probable: DT Chartric Darby (calf); DT Warren Sapp (shoulder); DE Ellis Wyms (ankle). EAGLES: Doubtful: DE Derrick Burgess (foot). Probable: LB Shawn Barber (knee); S Blaine Bishop (groin); QB Donovan McNabb (ankle); WR Todd Pinkston (finger/toe); RB Brian Westbrook (wrist). Tennessee at Oakland TITANS: Questionable: LB Rocky Boiman (knee); CB Andre Dyson (shoulder); RB Eddie George (concussion); DE Jevon Kearse (foot); QB Steve McNair (thumb)
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By Gary Lambrecht | December 5, 1999
DE Jevon Kearse vs. OT Everett Lindsay Throughout his preparation for today's game against visiting Tennesse, Everett Lindsay's thoughts have been filled with images of Jevon Kearse. Lindsay has had enough problems adjusting from left guard to right tackle on the Ravens' offensive line, which lost veteran right tackle Harry Swayne to a broken foot last month. Lindsay makes his fourth start of the year at tackle today. His reward is facing a left defensive end who is a lock for Defensive Rookie of the Year.
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September 7, 2001
Kevin Carter is a motivated, content man again. Even when he was angry, which included much of last year with the St. Louis Rams, where he was benched for one game and demoted to second string for two others, Carter still registered 10 1/2 sacks on a poor defense. And now that Carter has left a team on which he felt underappreciated, he is expecting his best season yet. "How can I be bitter when I'm so blessed?" said Carter, who was traded to the Tennessee Titans for a first-round draft pick this off-season.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 4, 2001
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - There is a reason, according to Tennessee Titans linebacker Eddie Robinson, the league's No. 1 defense (Tennessee) gets overlooked by the No. 2 defense (the Ravens). "They have a couple more high-profile-type players," Robinson said. "We have a couple more just lunchbox-type guys you may not have heard of. But I think both defenses are extremely good and play at a high level." No one can dispute the latter part of his statement. Tennessee allowed a league-low 238.4 yards a game, while the Ravens allowed just 10 more.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 20, 1999
Qadry Ismail did not need to be a one-man receiving crew again.One week after accounting for all but 10 of his team's 268 receiving yards, Ismail got some help from the rest of the group.Justin Armour bounced back effectively after what might have been his worst game of the year. And the offense breathed some new life with the return of the speedy Patrick Johnson, who missed last week's victory in Pittsburgh with a strained right calf.Still, Ismail was the undisputed star again in yesterday's 31-8 rout over New Orleans, with seven receptions for 115 yards, both game highs.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | October 6, 2008
Joe Flacco wasn't any different after two straight losses than he was after two straight wins. The Ravens quarterback stood at the post-game podium with the same body language he has had for the past month. He answered questions in the same soft-spoken voice. He acknowledged his mistakes bluntly, without a trace of self-pity or dramatic flair. Joe Cool was still Joe Cool after the Ravens' wrenching, 13-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans yesterday, two critical interceptions notwithstanding.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2000
If Travis Taylor wanted a primer on the vagaries of the NFL draft, the junior wide receiver from the University of Florida need only reflect on the 1999 lottery. A year ago, Taylor watched teammate Jevon Kearse -- one of the most dominating players in the draft -- slide all the way to the Tennessee Titans with the 16th pick. Kearse then collected a rookie-record 14 1/2 sacks and Pro Bowl coronation for the Titans. "He was one of the top five athletes in the draft," Taylor said yesterday, "and he went 16. You can't tell where you're going to go, the draft is so tricky."
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January 11, 2003
Today's games AFC divisional round Pittsburgh (11-5-1) at Tennessee (11-5) Time: 4:30 p.m. TV: chs. 13, 9 Line: Titans by 4 Steelers offense vs. Titans defense: Quarterback Tommy Maddox has rallied the Steelers from 11- and 17-point deficits in each of the past two games, but he might have trouble coming back against the Titans. In his previous game at Nashville, he forced too many throws downfield and was intercepted three times, leading to two touchdowns. The key matchup is athletic Tennessee cornerback Samari Rolle against receiver Plaxico Burress.
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By Brent Jones and The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2001
Having to watch Tennessee Titans end Jevon Kearse beat All-Pro Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli must be at least disconcerting to some linemen, downright frightening to others. Ravens tackle Jonathan Ogden , who will face Kearse this week, had his own view after watching tape of the matchup between Kearse and Boselli on film. "He played well, but I don't look at how he does against other people," Ogden said. "I just go out there and do my game. I know he's going to come ready to play, and I'm going to come ready to play.
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September 7, 2001
Kevin Carter is a motivated, content man again. Even when he was angry, which included much of last year with the St. Louis Rams, where he was benched for one game and demoted to second string for two others, Carter still registered 10 1/2 sacks on a poor defense. And now that Carter has left a team on which he felt underappreciated, he is expecting his best season yet. "How can I be bitter when I'm so blessed?" said Carter, who was traded to the Tennessee Titans for a first-round draft pick this off-season.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Michael Strahan made his debut at a Super Bowl last year in Atlanta. Though he had gone to the festivities leading up to the game throughout his eight-year career with the New York Giants, Strahan had never actually been inside the stadium while it was being played. "I couldn't bring myself to do it," he said earlier this week. Strahan went to the Georgia Dome to watch the St. Louis Rams play the Tennessee Titans at the insistence of his wife, Jean. The down-to-the-wire victory by the Rams proved to be all Strahan could handle.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 4, 2001
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - There is a reason, according to Tennessee Titans linebacker Eddie Robinson, the league's No. 1 defense (Tennessee) gets overlooked by the No. 2 defense (the Ravens). "They have a couple more high-profile-type players," Robinson said. "We have a couple more just lunchbox-type guys you may not have heard of. But I think both defenses are extremely good and play at a high level." No one can dispute the latter part of his statement. Tennessee allowed a league-low 238.4 yards a game, while the Ravens allowed just 10 more.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2000
If Travis Taylor wanted a primer on the vagaries of the NFL draft, the junior wide receiver from the University of Florida need only reflect on the 1999 lottery. A year ago, Taylor watched teammate Jevon Kearse -- one of the most dominating players in the draft -- slide all the way to the Tennessee Titans with the 16th pick. Kearse then collected a rookie-record 14 1/2 sacks and Pro Bowl coronation for the Titans. "He was one of the top five athletes in the draft," Taylor said yesterday, "and he went 16. You can't tell where you're going to go, the draft is so tricky."
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By Vito Stellino | November 28, 1999
EastFormer Ravens tight end Eric Green started practicing again last week with the New York Jets after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery and missing three games. Green, who has caught four passes after signing a four-year, $7.5 million deal, disputes the notion that he's a bust. "All of a sudden I come to the Jets and I'm not a good athlete and I can't catch the ball. When I talk to my buddies back home, I tell them, `I must have [ticked] somebody off that I don't know about.' " That somebody is probably coach Bill Parcells, who replied, "That stuff [complaining]
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By Ken Murray | January 30, 2000
Three Titans who must perform QB Steve McNair Will he throw or won't he? The Titans have played a conservative game so far on offense in the postseason. But to keep pace with Kurt Warner and the Rams, they're going to have to open it up. McNair has had big games passing this season. His ability to buy time in the pocket -- and turn a loss into a gain -- will be crucial. Ball control will be the Titans' objective. CB Samari Rolle Toward the end of the season, Rolle was covering the opposing team's best receiver.
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