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By Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2011
Kelly Gregg, the second-leading tackler in Ravens history, said there are no hard feelings in parting ways with the team. Gregg signed a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs after the Ravens released him Thursday. The Ravens created $3.5 million in salary cap room by cutting Gregg, who had been the Ravens' starting nose tackle since 2002. "I go back to the salary cap purge in Baltimore when we let Rob Burnett go," Gregg said. "We didn't think that would happen, but it did. It's a business.
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September 28, 2007
We ask the Ravens the questions that really matter. MARK CLAYTON Favorite 2007 movie -- Tie Transformers and Live Free or Die Hard Favorite pre-game meal -- Baked Potato. "I eat it like an apple." Favorite basketball player -- Allen Iverson. "He's a beast KELLY GREGG Favorite 2007 movie -- 300 Favorite pre-game meal -- Omelet Favorite basketball player -- Steve Nash DANIEL WILCOX Favorite 2007 movie -- Transformers Favorite pre-game meal -- Fettuccini Alfredo with Sun-Dried Tomatoes Favorite basketball player -- Michael Jordan
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October 12, 2009
This quarter was marked by missed opportunities. The Bengals took the opening kickoff and went 50 yards in 12 plays in reaching the 14-yard line before Shayne Graham's field-goal attempt was partially blocked by Kelly Gregg. The snap was high, and Graham had little chance to get his timing down. The Bengals took seven minutes off the clock. The Ravens marched down the field on their first drive, but quarterback Joe Flacco was intercepted in the end zone by Johnathan Joseph. Bengals Ravens Rushing 22 28 Passing 51 34 Total yards 73 62 Time of poss.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2010
Ravens OLBs Jarret Johnson and Terrell Suggs vs. Steelers OTs Jonathan Scott and Flozell Adams: Strongside linebacker Jarret Johnson has played extremely well the past two games because his shoulder and back problems are fading. The Steelers will double up on outside linebacker Terrell Suggs on their left side against Jonathan Scott, but Suggs will still play well. Johnson has to have a big game on the right side against Flozell Adams. He might be the Ravens' most important pass rusher Sunday.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | January 26, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Ravens running back Robert Arnaud should be used to preparing for a big game at Raymond James Stadium. As a University of Georgia Bulldog, he was here a year ago, preparing for the Outback Bowl. He carried the ball twice for a total of no gain during a win over Purdue. This time, Arnaud will prepare just as much as before. The only difference is that he won't be playing. Arnaud is one of five players on the Ravens practice squad, guys who work with the sole purpose of preparing the starters for the game.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun Reporter | December 15, 2006
The Ravens could start reaping the rewards of their success next week. There is a solid chance that the Ravens (10-3) could break the team record for Pro Bowl selections when the announcement is made Tuesday. The Ravens could send as many as 12 players to the all-star event, which would shatter the mark of eight that was set in 2003. A bulk of the Pro Bowl selections should come from the team's top-ranked defense, where eight (Ray Lewis, Bart Scott, Adalius Thomas, Trevor Pryce, Terrell Suggs, Kelly Gregg, Ed Reed and Chris McAlister)
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October 10, 2005
KEY PLAY SCORE Lions lead 7-0 Quarter First, 5:26 remaining Situation Lions' ball, first-and-10 at the Ravens' 25-yard line Play Lions quarterback Joey Harrington (3) drops back to pass and is forced up in the pocket by the Ravens' Kelly Gregg (97). With the Ravens' Terrell Suggs (55) closing in for the sack, Harrington appears to flick the ball to his right to avoid the sack. The ball bounces to running back Kevin Jones (34) at the 29-yard line and everyone stops, thinking the play has been blown dead.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | November 18, 2006
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will sit out tomorrow's game against the Atlanta Falcons at M&T Bank Stadium, his second consecutive missed game. The team downgraded Lewis from questionable yesterday. Jarret Johnson is expected to make his first start of the season as an inside linebacker with Bart Scott. Terrell Suggs and Adalius Thomas would be the outside linebackers,although Thomas is listed as questionable with an ankle injury. "Anytime you take a player of that caliber out, the next guy has to step in," coach Brian Billick said after practice yesterday.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | August 8, 2007
ROLL WITH THE PUNCHES Cornerback Samari Rolle, the only player standing between running back Mike Anderson and the goal line, got plowed over, something that didn't go unnoticed by his teammates. "Do you need some help out there?" receiver Derrick Mason yelled to Rolle. ROLE REVERSAL Earlier in practice, Rolle read an out route correctly and was in perfect position to intercept quarterback Steve McNair's pass. But receiver Mark Clayton showed he could be an emergency defensive back when he raced to the sideline to break up the interception.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | August 7, 2008
What to watch in the Ravens' preseason opener: POSITION Offensive tackle. Jared Gaither and Adam Terry, the projected starters, are out with ankle injuries. That means the Ravens will be starting Chad Slaughter at left tackle and Mike Kracalik at right tackle. With the team's lack of depth here, Slaughter and Kracalik could play the majority of the game. VETERAN Cornerback Frank Walker. He signed as a free agent from Green Bay, but his arrival has been overshadowed by fellow newcomer Fabian Washington.
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