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March 7, 2007
Good morning -- Joey Porter -- For $20 million guaranteed, you should take out the trash as well as talk it.
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By From Sun news services | December 5, 2009
Mark Sanchez 's headfirst dive gave the New York Jets a big first down - and a huge scare. Rest easy, Rex. "The Sanchise" isn't seriously injured. Sanchez might be able to play in New York's next game after spraining the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the Jets' 19-13 win over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night. Coach Rex Ryan said a magnetic resonance imaging Friday revealed the severity of the injury, which could have been much worse. "I feel good that it sounds like he's going to be healthy," Ryan said.
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September 22, 2003
The number: 106 Temperature dur ing Packers-Cardi nals game. The quote "I was ready to go, and the adrenaline was going to get me through just about anything. That felt like Christmas felt when I was 11 years old." Joey Porter, Steelers linebacker, on his return after being shot three weeks ago
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 4, 2009
Ravens LT Jared Gaither vs. Dolphins LB Joey Porter Porter is having a great season and is a Defensive Player of the Year candidate. He has 17 1/2 sacks and caused a lot of trouble for the Ravens earlier this season. He has no love for the Ravens. He is extremely fast and relentless in pursuing quarterbacks. Gaither is young and strong, and his best years are ahead of him. But he is not quick enough to handle Porter alone. He also needs to keep Porter out of his head. Porter talks the entire game.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 25, 2008
The Pittsburgh Steelers' Hines Ward on stuff that's said during a game: "I mean, out on the field you're going to have a war of words. Guys are going to talk about your mother, talk about anything to try to get up under your skin. We played with one of the best of them in the league - Joey Porter. It's just words. Words don't hurt me." (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ravensinsider)
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By From Sun news services | November 7, 2008
Jay Cutler turned Brady Quinn's big night into his own prime-time showcase. Cutler passed for a career-high 447 yards, throwing three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter - the last an 11-yarder to Brandon Marshall with 1:14 left - to rally the broken Denver Broncos to a 34-30 road win last night over the Cleveland Browns, spoiling Quinn's highly hyped debut as an NFL starter. The Broncos (5-4) entered the fourth quarter trailing 23-13, but Cutler, borrowing a page from John Elway's playbook, brought Denver back.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2002
Ray Lewis' injured shoulder continues to heal, but the fate of his participation against the Pittsburgh Steelers might still have to wait until tomorrow. Yesterday, the perennial All-Pro linebacker had his most active workout since Oct. 6, when he partially dislocated his left shoulder and left what turned into a tenuous win at Cleveland. Trainer Bill Tessendorf said Lewis is "still a very, very big question mark," but head coach Brian Billick sounded more optimistic. "He did some things today," Billick said.
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By Omar Kelly and Omar Kelly,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | January 4, 2009
When you're Joey Porter, there's usually nowhere to hide. No chance of slipping under the radar. As the Miami Dolphins' sack leader and most vocal player, fans and critics are quick to pick apart every performance, particularly in games like today's AFC wild-card contest against the Ravens. Never mind that opponents seek out his whereabouts before every snap and regularly adjust their blocking schemes in an effort to neutralize him. His fans and critics routinely search for his impact in games.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 4, 2009
Ravens LT Jared Gaither vs. Dolphins LB Joey Porter Porter is having a great season and is a Defensive Player of the Year candidate. He has 17 1/2 sacks and caused a lot of trouble for the Ravens earlier this season. He has no love for the Ravens. He is extremely fast and relentless in pursuing quarterbacks. Gaither is young and strong, and his best years are ahead of him. But he is not quick enough to handle Porter alone. He also needs to keep Porter out of his head. Porter talks the entire game.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 8, 2003
PITTSBURGH - Linebacker Ray Lewis smiled at how well his surgically repaired shoulder felt after the Ravens' 34-15 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday. Lewis participated in his first full game since November, when he played in pain throughout a game with the Miami Dolphins before deciding to end his season. "I'm fine. My shoulder is going to be what it's going to be," Lewis said. "It's not hurting; it's not bothering me." What was bothering Lewis was his altercation with Steelers linebacker Joey Porter before the game.
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By Omar Kelly and Omar Kelly,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | January 4, 2009
When you're Joey Porter, there's usually nowhere to hide. No chance of slipping under the radar. As the Miami Dolphins' sack leader and most vocal player, fans and critics are quick to pick apart every performance, particularly in games like today's AFC wild-card contest against the Ravens. Never mind that opponents seek out his whereabouts before every snap and regularly adjust their blocking schemes in an effort to neutralize him. His fans and critics routinely search for his impact in games.
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By From Sun news services | November 7, 2008
Jay Cutler turned Brady Quinn's big night into his own prime-time showcase. Cutler passed for a career-high 447 yards, throwing three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter - the last an 11-yarder to Brandon Marshall with 1:14 left - to rally the broken Denver Broncos to a 34-30 road win last night over the Cleveland Browns, spoiling Quinn's highly hyped debut as an NFL starter. The Broncos (5-4) entered the fourth quarter trailing 23-13, but Cutler, borrowing a page from John Elway's playbook, brought Denver back.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 25, 2008
The Pittsburgh Steelers' Hines Ward on stuff that's said during a game: "I mean, out on the field you're going to have a war of words. Guys are going to talk about your mother, talk about anything to try to get up under your skin. We played with one of the best of them in the league - Joey Porter. It's just words. Words don't hurt me." (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ravensinsider)
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By BILL ORDINE | December 29, 2007
Say what you will about Miami Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter - and there's not much good we in Baltimore would generally have to say about him - but one of Las Vegas' most feisty blackjack players does kind of get to the point. When Bill Parcells showed up at Dolphins practice Thursday, Porter observed that players moved a little "faster" and coaches coached a little "louder." In other words, everyone's job is in jeopardy in Miami. The chances that first-year coach Cam Cameron and general manager Randy Mueller will be retained appear to be next to zero.
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March 7, 2007
Good morning -- Joey Porter -- For $20 million guaranteed, you should take out the trash as well as talk it.
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By Brent Jones and The Baltimore Sun | December 22, 2004
Shortly after one of his worst games in recent memory, Jonathan Ogden , with his hair disheveled, his undershirt torn and displaying the mannerisms of a person still juiced from battle, offered up this basic explanation. Dwight Freeney is good. Real good. Freeney has to be because days like the one Ogden had in the Ravens' 20-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday do not happen (though they do happen numerous times a season to 95 percent of the league's other tackles)
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2003
On paper, Sunday's home opener against the Cleveland Browns should be a fun game for tight end Todd Heap. All three Browns linebackers made their NFL debuts in the team's loss to the Indianapolis Colts, and Heap, coming off a Pro Bowl season, cannot help but find a favorable matchup against such inexperience. "It's a young group," said Heap, who led the Ravens with six catches for 55 yards Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. "They don't have that much experience, but when you watch them, they play hard.
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By From Sun news services | December 5, 2009
Mark Sanchez 's headfirst dive gave the New York Jets a big first down - and a huge scare. Rest easy, Rex. "The Sanchise" isn't seriously injured. Sanchez might be able to play in New York's next game after spraining the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the Jets' 19-13 win over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night. Coach Rex Ryan said a magnetic resonance imaging Friday revealed the severity of the injury, which could have been much worse. "I feel good that it sounds like he's going to be healthy," Ryan said.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 21, 2004
Jonathan Ogden played all the way during the Ravens' 30-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday on an injured knee, but who could tell? Ogden did not allow a sack, kept outside linebacker Joey Porter (only three tackles) in check and helped pave the way for a 172-yard rushing effort. "It didn't feel great," Ogden said. "I didn't feel like I was close to 100 percent. It's still sore, but sometimes you've got to go with what ails you in this game. I thought I was able to give them something, and I gave them enough for us to get the win."
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September 22, 2003
The number: 106 Temperature dur ing Packers-Cardi nals game. The quote "I was ready to go, and the adrenaline was going to get me through just about anything. That felt like Christmas felt when I was 11 years old." Joey Porter, Steelers linebacker, on his return after being shot three weeks ago
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