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By Edward Lee | November 23, 2011
Left tackle Bryant McKinnie won't be seeing double when he lines up in his customary spot in the Ravens' home game against the San Francisco 49ers on Thanksgiving night. The 49ers' starting right defensive end is Justin Smith, and their backup right outside linebacker is Aldon Smith. Justin Smith is an 11-year veteran who ranks third on the defense with 4½ sacks this season. Aldon Smith is a first-round pick in April who leads the team 7½ sacks thus far. McKinnie will likely see a lot of both players Thursday night.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
Each Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel will highlight five statistics that really mean something for the Ravens. 137.7 -- Joe Flacco's passer rating during Baltimore's three straight touchdown drives in the AFC title game. At halftime in the Ravens' 28-13 win over the New England Patriots a week and a half ago, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell to open up the offense . And after another tentative drive to start the third quarter, the Ravens wisely asked quarterback Joe Flacco to let it rip. Working exclusively out of the shotgun with three wide receivers on the field, Flacco led the Ravens on three straight touchdown drives, in the process leading them to Sunday's Super Bowl.
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August 15, 2004
On August 12, 2004, ROBERT T., beloved husband of Marie O. (nee Mac Donnell), devoted father of Theresa M. Shaffer, Barbara L. Shaffer-Schock, Carol L. Shaffer, Robert T. Shaffer, III, Karen R. Shaffer and John W. Shaffer, devoted grandfather of Andrew T. Bernstein, Owen S. Bernstein, Eric T. Smith, Alexandra M. Shaffer, Clare L. Shaffer, Justin Smith, Lillian O. Shaffer and Lukas Smith. A Christian Wake Service will be held at the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11750 Belair Road (Kingsville)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2011
Over the course of his Ravens career, Terrell Suggs has not only earned the right to speak his mind from time to time, he's also learned that sometimes the best way to make a point with the coaching staff is to inject a little humor into his comments. So it wasn't surprising to hear Suggs, after the Ravens 16-6 win over the San Francisco 49ers Thursday night, offer his not-so-subtle opinion of why the Ravens managed to post two big wins in the last five days. “We've always had focus,” said Suggs.
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January 13, 2001
Keith Adams, LB, Clemson, Jr. Hakim Akbar, S, Washington, Jr. Michael Bennett, RB, Wisconsin, Jr. Josh Booty, QB, LSU, Jr. John Capel, WR, Florida, Soph. Quincy Carter, QB, Georgia, Jr. Nate Clements, CB, Ohio State, Jr. Ronney Daniels, WR, Auburn, Soph. Heath Evans, FB, Auburn, Jr. Robert Ferguson, WR, Texas A&M, Jr. Jamar Fletcher, CB, Wisconsin, Jr. Renaldo Hill, CB, Michigan State, Sr. Rudi Johnson, RB, Auburn, Jr. Willie Middlebrooks, CB, Minnesota, Jr. Freddie Mitchell, WR, UCLA, Jr. Ryan Pickett, DT, Ohio State, Jr. Dominic Raiola, C, Nebraska, Jr. Koren Robinson, WR, N.C. State, Soph.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
Each Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel will highlight five statistics that really mean something for the Ravens. 137.7 -- Joe Flacco's passer rating during Baltimore's three straight touchdown drives in the AFC title game. At halftime in the Ravens' 28-13 win over the New England Patriots a week and a half ago, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell to open up the offense . And after another tentative drive to start the third quarter, the Ravens wisely asked quarterback Joe Flacco to let it rip. Working exclusively out of the shotgun with three wide receivers on the field, Flacco led the Ravens on three straight touchdown drives, in the process leading them to Sunday's Super Bowl.
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November 6, 2005
Today, 1 p.m. --M&T Bank Stadium --Chs. 13, 9--Line: Bengals by 3 -- Records: Ravens 2-5, Bengals 6-2 Matchup Vs. spread -- Ravens 4-3, Bengals 4-3-1 Series -- Ravens lead 12-6 Last meeting -- Bengals won, 27-26, on Dec. 5, 2004, in Baltimore. NFL rankings Ravens offense -- No. 25 (rush No. 23, pass No. 18) Bengals defense -- No. 19 (rush No. 22, pass No. 13) Bengals offense -- No. 4 (rush No. 17, pass No. 7) Ravens defense -- No. 2 (rush No. 9, pass No. 2) Ravens injuries Out -- LB Ray Lewis (hamstring)
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September 27, 2004
THE KEY PLAY JAMAL LEWIS' 75-YARD TD RUN Score: Ravens lead 17-9 Quarter: Fourth Situation: Ravens' ball, first-and-10 at their 25-yard line Play: The Bengals had the momentum, having scored nine consecutive points to cut the Ravens' lead to eight. The Ravens came out with two tight ends, looking to push the Bengals to their right and create a cutback run for Jamal Lewis. Fullback Alan Ricard (39) went in motion to the right. Quarterback Kyle Boller handed off to Lewis at the 19. Lewis took a quick stutter step to his left to avoid the tackle of the Bengals' Justin Smith (90)
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June 16, 2005
Moves Baseball BRAVES: Signed P Jim Brower for remainder of 2005 season. CUBS: Optioned P John Koronka to Triple-A Iowa. Purchased contract of P Rich Hill from Iowa. Waived P David Crouthers. DODGERS: Placed P Eric Gagne on 15-day DL with second-degree sprain of ulnar collateral ligament in right elbow. Activated P Elmer Dessens from 15-day DL. METS: Placed 2B Miguel Cairo on 15-day DL with strained left hamstring. Called up 1B/OF Brian Daubach from Triple-A Norfolk. ORIOLES: OF Napoleon Calzado cleared waivers and has been ourighted to Triple-A Ottawa.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2004
The crispness on offense was not there as it had been the previous two weeks, so Maryland's lacrosse team turned to the formula that it has depended on in the past. With a physical defense forcing turnovers and goalie Tim McGinnis cleaning up the rest, the second-ranked Terps shut down No. 16 Towson for three quarters before surviving a late run to post an 8-6 victory in front of 2,495 at Byrd Stadium. Maryland (3-0) saw an 8-1 fourth-quarter lead shrink to 8-6 with 3:09 to play, but All-American Chris Passavia stripped Towson freshman Keith Obloj with 1:30 left, and a sharp McGinnis made the last of his 15 saves on Drew Pfarr's shot moments later to preserve the victory over the Tigers (1-2)
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By Edward Lee | November 23, 2011
Left tackle Bryant McKinnie won't be seeing double when he lines up in his customary spot in the Ravens' home game against the San Francisco 49ers on Thanksgiving night. The 49ers' starting right defensive end is Justin Smith, and their backup right outside linebacker is Aldon Smith. Justin Smith is an 11-year veteran who ranks third on the defense with 4½ sacks this season. Aldon Smith is a first-round pick in April who leads the team 7½ sacks thus far. McKinnie will likely see a lot of both players Thursday night.
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December 8, 2005
Sunday's games RAVENS@BRONCOS RAVENS -- Out: RB Justin Green (wrist); LB Ray Lewis (hamstring); LB Mike Smith (thigh). Doubtful: DE Tony Weaver (back). Questionable: T Orlando Brown (back); CB Chris McAlister (thigh); G Edwin Mulitalo (knee); G Keydrick Vincent (thigh). Probable: CB Dale Carter (back); C Mike Flynn (hip); LB Adalius Thomas (back). BRONCOS -- Questionable: DE Courtney Brown (knee); LB Keith Burns (knee); T Cornell Green (shoulder). Probable: S Sam Brandon (thigh). TEXANS@TITANS TEXANS -- Doubtful: DE Junior Ioane (calf)
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November 6, 2005
Today, 1 p.m. --M&T Bank Stadium --Chs. 13, 9--Line: Bengals by 3 -- Records: Ravens 2-5, Bengals 6-2 Matchup Vs. spread -- Ravens 4-3, Bengals 4-3-1 Series -- Ravens lead 12-6 Last meeting -- Bengals won, 27-26, on Dec. 5, 2004, in Baltimore. NFL rankings Ravens offense -- No. 25 (rush No. 23, pass No. 18) Bengals defense -- No. 19 (rush No. 22, pass No. 13) Bengals offense -- No. 4 (rush No. 17, pass No. 7) Ravens defense -- No. 2 (rush No. 9, pass No. 2) Ravens injuries Out -- LB Ray Lewis (hamstring)
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June 16, 2005
Moves Baseball BRAVES: Signed P Jim Brower for remainder of 2005 season. CUBS: Optioned P John Koronka to Triple-A Iowa. Purchased contract of P Rich Hill from Iowa. Waived P David Crouthers. DODGERS: Placed P Eric Gagne on 15-day DL with second-degree sprain of ulnar collateral ligament in right elbow. Activated P Elmer Dessens from 15-day DL. METS: Placed 2B Miguel Cairo on 15-day DL with strained left hamstring. Called up 1B/OF Brian Daubach from Triple-A Norfolk. ORIOLES: OF Napoleon Calzado cleared waivers and has been ourighted to Triple-A Ottawa.
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September 27, 2004
THE KEY PLAY JAMAL LEWIS' 75-YARD TD RUN Score: Ravens lead 17-9 Quarter: Fourth Situation: Ravens' ball, first-and-10 at their 25-yard line Play: The Bengals had the momentum, having scored nine consecutive points to cut the Ravens' lead to eight. The Ravens came out with two tight ends, looking to push the Bengals to their right and create a cutback run for Jamal Lewis. Fullback Alan Ricard (39) went in motion to the right. Quarterback Kyle Boller handed off to Lewis at the 19. Lewis took a quick stutter step to his left to avoid the tackle of the Bengals' Justin Smith (90)
NEWS
August 15, 2004
On August 12, 2004, ROBERT T., beloved husband of Marie O. (nee Mac Donnell), devoted father of Theresa M. Shaffer, Barbara L. Shaffer-Schock, Carol L. Shaffer, Robert T. Shaffer, III, Karen R. Shaffer and John W. Shaffer, devoted grandfather of Andrew T. Bernstein, Owen S. Bernstein, Eric T. Smith, Alexandra M. Shaffer, Clare L. Shaffer, Justin Smith, Lillian O. Shaffer and Lukas Smith. A Christian Wake Service will be held at the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11750 Belair Road (Kingsville)
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By Sam Atkinson and Sam Atkinson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 15, 2003
SALISBURY - The top-ranked Salisbury men's lacrosse team made quick work of Franklin & Marshall, routing the No. 9 Diplomats, 26-8, in yesterday's NCAA Division III quarterfinal at Sea Gull Stadium. Salisbury (17-1) had 12 players score at least one goal en route to a playoff record number of goals. It also tied its largest margin of victory in a playoff game. "We were ready to play today," said Salisbury coach Jim Berkman. "The key to this team is not one individual, but the sum of all the parts."
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