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By Los Angeles Times | January 3, 2004
NFC wild card Dallas (10-6) at Carolina (11-5) Time: 8. TV: Chs. 2, 7. Line: Panthers by 3. Record vs. spread: Cowboys 9-6-1, Panthers 6-10. Series: Cowboys lead 4-2. Last meeting: Cowboys won, 24-20, on Nov. 23 in Dallas. Story line: Bill Parcells guided the Cowboys to their first playoff appearance since 1999, becoming the first NFL coach to lead four teams into postseason play. It's a different story for Carolina's John Fox, who is making his playoff head-coaching debut. During the regular season, the Panthers won seven games by three points or fewer.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
The lines of players in front of each team's bench during the national anthem were shorter than usual. In Thursday night's Major League Lacrosse matchup between the last place Chesapeake Bayhawks (3-8) and the first-place Rochester Rattlers (8-3), the teams were without a combined 12 players who were competing in the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Commerce City, Colo. On a night when Chesapeake's season was on the line, with the team needing to win all four of its remaining games to make the playoffs, seven Bayhawks players were in Colorado.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 10, 2009
Pushing hard for a contract extension, Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason intimated he would want to be released if he didn't receive one. Mason, 35, has been the team's only dependable receiver, leading the Ravens in catches for three of his four seasons with them. He is entering the final year of his five-year, $20 million contract. His agent has approached the Ravens about a new contract, Mason said. "I don't know if I'm going to be back," Mason told the NFL Network last week. He added: "So if we can get that deal done, then that will be great.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 10, 2009
Pushing hard for a contract extension, Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason intimated he would want to be released if he didn't receive one. Mason, 35, has been the team's only dependable receiver, leading the Ravens in catches for three of his four seasons with them. He is entering the final year of his five-year, $20 million contract. His agent has approached the Ravens about a new contract, Mason said. "I don't know if I'm going to be back," Mason told the NFL Network last week. He added: "So if we can get that deal done, then that will be great.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | February 11, 2000
The Ravens' top priority in the off-season is landing a highly skilled offensive player, but with their chances of signing running backs Stephen Davis, Barry Sanders or Corey Dillon unlikely, the team has started talks with the Seattle Seahawks about trading for disgruntled receiver Joey Galloway. Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens' vice president of player personnel, said yesterday he had a brief talk with Seattle officials about the availability of Galloway, who was designated the franchise player by the Seahawks yesterday.
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December 30, 2007
Bills @ Eagles BILLS: Out: DE Copeland Bryan (knee), T Jason Peters (groin), LB Coy Wire (neck). Questionable: WR Josh Reed (back), S Donte Whitner (illness). EAGLES: Out: TE L.J. Smith (knee). Doubtful: S Brian Dawkins (foot), CB Lito Sheppard (knee). Probable: G Shawn Andrews (knee), CB Sheldon Brown (shin, ankle), LB Omar Gaither (quadricep), RB Brian Westbrook (knee). Panthers @ Buccaneers PANTHERS: Doubtful: S Chris Harris (neck). Probable: T Jordan Gross (ankle), QB Vinny Testaverde (Achilles)
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By KEN MURRAY | September 13, 2004
TODAY, BETWEEN the euphoria that another season has begun and a city's gloom that the Ravens lost, it is worth remembering Week 1 results mean, well, next to nothing. A year ago, six teams that would make the playoffs lost on the NFL's opening weekend. Most prominent were the New England Patriots, thrashed by Buffalo, 31-0. The Patriots went on to win the Super Bowl. The defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Philadelphia Eagles so convincingly in the first Monday night game of 2003 that it sparked immediate prophecies of a repeat.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
The lines of players in front of each team's bench during the national anthem were shorter than usual. In Thursday night's Major League Lacrosse matchup between the last place Chesapeake Bayhawks (3-8) and the first-place Rochester Rattlers (8-3), the teams were without a combined 12 players who were competing in the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Commerce City, Colo. On a night when Chesapeake's season was on the line, with the team needing to win all four of its remaining games to make the playoffs, seven Bayhawks players were in Colorado.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2000
Poised for a chilly sprint to the postseason, the Ravens will match running games -- and running backs -- with the Dallas Cowboys today. The nationally televised, 4:15 p.m. kickoff at PSINet Stadium will feature the NFL's third all-time leading rusher in Emmitt Smith of the Cowboys against the Ravens' 21-year-old rookie, Jamal Lewis. Smith, the heart of Dallas' three Super Bowl champions in the 1990s, has 10 years and almost 14,000 rushing yards on Lewis. But Lewis should have the advantage today because of defense.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | November 17, 2005
Ashburn, Va. -- Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs said he erred in his criticism of officials and instant replay after the team's 36-35 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Gibbs, who vented on Monday, was particularly incensed that officials did not overturn Mike Alstott's game-winning, two-point conversion with 58 seconds left and would not allow him to challenge a ruling on Joey Galloway's 34-yard catch that led to Tampa Bay's first touchdown. "If we disagree on something, I should just say, `Hey, we're going to turn it in, and see where we go,'" Gibbs said yesterday after practice at Redskins Park.
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December 30, 2007
Bills @ Eagles BILLS: Out: DE Copeland Bryan (knee), T Jason Peters (groin), LB Coy Wire (neck). Questionable: WR Josh Reed (back), S Donte Whitner (illness). EAGLES: Out: TE L.J. Smith (knee). Doubtful: S Brian Dawkins (foot), CB Lito Sheppard (knee). Probable: G Shawn Andrews (knee), CB Sheldon Brown (shin, ankle), LB Omar Gaither (quadricep), RB Brian Westbrook (knee). Panthers @ Buccaneers PANTHERS: Doubtful: S Chris Harris (neck). Probable: T Jordan Gross (ankle), QB Vinny Testaverde (Achilles)
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By KEN MURRAY | September 13, 2004
TODAY, BETWEEN the euphoria that another season has begun and a city's gloom that the Ravens lost, it is worth remembering Week 1 results mean, well, next to nothing. A year ago, six teams that would make the playoffs lost on the NFL's opening weekend. Most prominent were the New England Patriots, thrashed by Buffalo, 31-0. The Patriots went on to win the Super Bowl. The defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Philadelphia Eagles so convincingly in the first Monday night game of 2003 that it sparked immediate prophecies of a repeat.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 3, 2004
NFC wild card Dallas (10-6) at Carolina (11-5) Time: 8. TV: Chs. 2, 7. Line: Panthers by 3. Record vs. spread: Cowboys 9-6-1, Panthers 6-10. Series: Cowboys lead 4-2. Last meeting: Cowboys won, 24-20, on Nov. 23 in Dallas. Story line: Bill Parcells guided the Cowboys to their first playoff appearance since 1999, becoming the first NFL coach to lead four teams into postseason play. It's a different story for Carolina's John Fox, who is making his playoff head-coaching debut. During the regular season, the Panthers won seven games by three points or fewer.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2000
Poised for a chilly sprint to the postseason, the Ravens will match running games -- and running backs -- with the Dallas Cowboys today. The nationally televised, 4:15 p.m. kickoff at PSINet Stadium will feature the NFL's third all-time leading rusher in Emmitt Smith of the Cowboys against the Ravens' 21-year-old rookie, Jamal Lewis. Smith, the heart of Dallas' three Super Bowl champions in the 1990s, has 10 years and almost 14,000 rushing yards on Lewis. But Lewis should have the advantage today because of defense.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | February 11, 2000
The Ravens' top priority in the off-season is landing a highly skilled offensive player, but with their chances of signing running backs Stephen Davis, Barry Sanders or Corey Dillon unlikely, the team has started talks with the Seattle Seahawks about trading for disgruntled receiver Joey Galloway. Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens' vice president of player personnel, said yesterday he had a brief talk with Seattle officials about the availability of Galloway, who was designated the franchise player by the Seahawks yesterday.
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December 27, 2009
No. Name Pos. 2 Dennis Dixon QB 3 Jeff Reed PK 7 Ben Roethlisberger QB 9 Daniel Sepulveda P 10 Santonio Holmes WR 11 Stefan Logan KR 16 Charlie Batch QB 17 Mike Wallace WR 19 Tyler Grisham WR ...
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By Gary Lambrecht | April 14, 1999
If the Ravens decide to select a receiver with their first-round pick, here are some that may be available:Torry HoltSchool: North Carolina StateHeight: 6-0Weight: 19240 time: 4.45Strengths: Makes the tough catches all over the field, and gets open consistently. Best hands in the draft.Weaknesses: Lacks blazing speed.David BostonSchool: Ohio StateHeight: 6-1Weight: 21540 time: 4.4Strengths: One of the bigger, stronger talents available. Came up big when it counted most.Weaknesses: Tendency to drop passes at times.
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