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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 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 BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 1, 2005
In a passive-aggressive tone that is now his midweek signature, Ravens running back Jamal Lewis discussed his usage as the primary back in Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. While pleased with the 23 carries, Lewis could not help but point out the real reason why he felt he got the chance - and it has nothing to do with the health of his formerly hurt ankle. Backups Chester Taylor and Musa Smith were out with injuries. "It's not whether I'm back," said Lewis, who rushed for 113 yards against Cincinnati.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 4, 2006
Memphis running back DeAngelo Williams might be small, but he is making big noise in the NFL circles, so much that the Ravens might select him over Southern California's LenDale White with the No. 13 overall pick in the first round of the draft. White may be in the mold of Jamal Lewis, but Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome likes Williams' explosiveness and big-play ability, according to several team officials. The Ravens can't lose with either, but might surprise some people by taking Williams over White if both are available.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 31, 2005
This last game, meaningless when it comes to playoffs, could hold significance for Ravens left guard Edwin Mulitalo's future. Mulitalo can end his subpar year on a high note with a strong showing tomorrow against the Cleveland Browns. It may take such a late push to guarantee a starting job for Mulitalo next season. "I definitely can get better," Mulitalo said. "That's just the way I am. You try not to let your circumstances dictate what you do, your outgoing play. I really have no excuses."
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 10, 2005
The Ravens placed right tackle Orlando Brown on injured reserve, a move that might end the career of one of the most volatile players ever to put on a team uniform. Brown has missed the past three games with a back injury he sustained in a car accident. The injury was not believed to be serious at first, but spasms have kept Brown out of practice. Tony Pashos will continue to start for Brown the remainder of the season. Center Thatcher Szalay, who was with the Ravens during training camp, was signed yesterday to take Brown's roster spot.
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By BRENT JONES AND JAMISON HENSLEY and BRENT JONES AND JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTERS | December 16, 2005
While a number of NFL players protest the franchise tag, Ravens running back Jamal Lewis said he would not be surprised nor disappointed if the team placed the label on him this offseason. Lewis is slated to be an unrestricted free agent in March, but the Ravens could retain the running back by placing the franchise tag on him, which means he would be paid the average salary of the top five running backs in the league. He still could sign a long-term deal with another team, but the Ravens would receive two first-round picks for compensation, making such a scenario unlikely.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | November 16, 2005
If the time has come for the Ravens to sacrifice experience for untapped ability along their offensive line, the coaches are not doing so. Not totally anyway. Brian Rimpf may start Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers at right guard in place of an injured Keydrick Vincent (lower leg), but that does not mean second-round pick Adam Terry or rookie center Jason Brown will be ditching their street clothes on game days anytime soon. Those players, both of whom could be vying for starting jobs next year, may have to wait until then to show they have the capabilities to do so. Apparently, too much football is left.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 4, 2006
Memphis running back DeAngelo Williams might be small, but he is making big noise in the NFL circles, so much that the Ravens might select him over Southern California's LenDale White with the No. 13 overall pick in the first round of the draft. White may be in the mold of Jamal Lewis, but Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome likes Williams' explosiveness and big-play ability, according to several team officials. The Ravens can't lose with either, but might surprise some people by taking Williams over White if both are available.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | July 24, 2006
Edwin Mulitalo has bulked up. Never one to be mistaken for Mr. Universe, Mulitalo said he has trimmed 15 pounds of fat from his 6-foot-3, 360-pound frame in exchange for muscle. The Ravens left guard has added definition to his arms, and offensive linemate Keydrick Vincent said Mulitalo is beginning to show a six-pack. Ravens training camp Friday through Aug. 19, McDaniel College, Westminster
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 31, 2005
This last game, meaningless when it comes to playoffs, could hold significance for Ravens left guard Edwin Mulitalo's future. Mulitalo can end his subpar year on a high note with a strong showing tomorrow against the Cleveland Browns. It may take such a late push to guarantee a starting job for Mulitalo next season. "I definitely can get better," Mulitalo said. "That's just the way I am. You try not to let your circumstances dictate what you do, your outgoing play. I really have no excuses."
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By BRENT JONES AND JAMISON HENSLEY and BRENT JONES AND JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTERS | December 16, 2005
While a number of NFL players protest the franchise tag, Ravens running back Jamal Lewis said he would not be surprised nor disappointed if the team placed the label on him this offseason. Lewis is slated to be an unrestricted free agent in March, but the Ravens could retain the running back by placing the franchise tag on him, which means he would be paid the average salary of the top five running backs in the league. He still could sign a long-term deal with another team, but the Ravens would receive two first-round picks for compensation, making such a scenario unlikely.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 10, 2005
The Ravens placed right tackle Orlando Brown on injured reserve, a move that might end the career of one of the most volatile players ever to put on a team uniform. Brown has missed the past three games with a back injury he sustained in a car accident. The injury was not believed to be serious at first, but spasms have kept Brown out of practice. Tony Pashos will continue to start for Brown the remainder of the season. Center Thatcher Szalay, who was with the Ravens during training camp, was signed yesterday to take Brown's roster spot.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | December 1, 2005
In a passive-aggressive tone that is now his midweek signature, Ravens running back Jamal Lewis discussed his usage as the primary back in Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. While pleased with the 23 carries, Lewis could not help but point out the real reason why he felt he got the chance - and it has nothing to do with the health of his formerly hurt ankle. Backups Chester Taylor and Musa Smith were out with injuries. "It's not whether I'm back," said Lewis, who rushed for 113 yards against Cincinnati.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | November 16, 2005
If the time has come for the Ravens to sacrifice experience for untapped ability along their offensive line, the coaches are not doing so. Not totally anyway. Brian Rimpf may start Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers at right guard in place of an injured Keydrick Vincent (lower leg), but that does not mean second-round pick Adam Terry or rookie center Jason Brown will be ditching their street clothes on game days anytime soon. Those players, both of whom could be vying for starting jobs next year, may have to wait until then to show they have the capabilities to do so. Apparently, too much football is left.
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November 23, 2007
Please evaluate this year's offensive line compared to last year's. What is the difference? How much does the team miss guys like Tony Pashos, Keydrick Vincent and Ovie Mughelli? Drew The Ravens of last season were better because Jonathan Ogden was in playing shape, and Pashos is better than Adam Terry. Pashos had a nasty attitude. Terry is a softie. This group, though, has more potential because it is more athletic. With some time, this group can become dominant. 8 Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions each week at baltimoresun.
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December 11, 2005
Matchup Vs. spread -- Ravens 4-8, Broncos 8-3-1. Series -- Ravens lead 4-1. Last meeting -- Ravens won, 26-6, on Oct. 26, 2003, in Baltimore. NFL rankings Ravens offense -- No. 26 (rush No. 22, pass No. 25) Broncos defense -- No. 23T (rush No. 3, pass No. 29) Broncos offense -- No. 5 (rush No. 2, pass No. 20) Ravens defense -- No. 7 (rush No. 13, pass No. 7) Ravens injuries Out -- RB Justin Green (wrist); LB Mike Smith (thigh); G Keydrick Vincent (thigh); OT Orlando Brown (back-IR)
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