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May 24, 2007
Good morning -- Keyshawn Johnson -- A wide receiver known for being outspoken? Didn't ESPN just try that?
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | September 15, 2009
In Sunday's season-opening 38-24 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, the Ravens' offense generated not only team records, but also a buzz around town. Last season, no one ran the ball more than the Ravens did. On Sunday, only one team passed more than they did (not surprisingly, it was the Arizona Cardinals). So, could this signal a shift to a pass-first attack? Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron simply shook his head. In his eyes, throwing the ball just adds an air of unpredictability to the Ravens' offense.
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November 23, 2003
The number 31 Touchdown passes thrown by the Jets' Chad Pennington in his first 15 NFL games. The quote "I'm reading about it now. From what I understand, it wasn't very good. I thought it was pretty good." Tony Dungy, Colts coach, on his relationship with Keyshawn Johnson when Dungy was the Buccaneers' coach
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May 24, 2007
Good morning -- Keyshawn Johnson -- A wide receiver known for being outspoken? Didn't ESPN just try that?
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February 23, 2000
Meet Keyshawn Johnson Keyshawn Johnson of the New York Jets says he is one of the best receivers in football. He also says no defender can cover him. But there is more to Keyshawn than just talk. "I am known for my speed and leaping ability," says Keyshawn. "I am agressive. And I score touchdowns." Keyshawn does more than score touchdowns. He led the Jets in catches (83) and receiving yards (1,131) in 1998. Injuries clipped the Jets' Super Bowl dreams in 1999. But Keyshawn is still the Jets' Key man. MVP!
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By Mike Preston | September 13, 1998
The formation: Pro left, slot right.The action: At the snap, the linemen go into their pass sets. Tight end Kyle Brady (88), lined up on the left, pass blocks. Fullback Jerald Sowell (33) hooks the defensive end to allow quarterback Glenn Foley (4) to sprint right. Running back Curtis Martin (28) steps left and blocks the backside for Foley. Wayne Chrebet (80), lined up in the slot, runs a deep post, while fellow wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson (19) runs a 7-yard pattern and then curls. Johnson has been the Jets' primary receiver on this play, but Foley occasionally has thrown to Chrebet.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 22, 2004
Dallas quarterback Vinny Testaverde relished the chance to stop the Cowboys' two-game losing streak, while doing it against one of his former teams. But yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium, Testaverde looked much like the passer who wore out his welcome here during the Ravens' first two seasons. Quarterback Kyle Boller took another step forward in his development by leading the Ravens to a 30-10 victory with a fine second half. But Testaverde's fingerprints were all over the proceedings. When his disastrous day was done, Testaverde had thrown two second-half interceptions at a huge cost.
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December 29, 2001
Scouting report Ravens rushing vs. Bucs run defense -- BUCS For the Ravens to win, they will have to establish a running game to keep Tampa Bay's defensive front off-balance. In his first start in six weeks, Ravens running back Terry Allen showed some pop in his step in gaining 91 yards against the Bengals last week. But the Ravens have averaged only 77 yards per game and 3 yards a carry against teams with winning records this season. The Buccaneers are ranked 13th against the run but have been erratic the past couple of weeks.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2002
PHILADELPHIA - Proving the first time was no fluke, the Philadelphia Eagles pounded out a methodical 31-9 NFC wild-card victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers yesterday. Tenacious defense inside their own 20 and the dazzling feet of quarterback Donovan McNabb delivered a nearly identical result to last year's 21-3 playoff win over these same Bucs. Yesterday's rout will send the 12-5 Eagles to Chicago next Saturday for an NFC semifinal matchup against the Bears, and embattled Bucs coach Tony Dungy home to an uncertain future.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | April 16, 1996
Kevin Hardy is no longer "the other" University of Illinois linebacker. Now, he's simply the best in college football.Two years ago, when the Illinois sports information director was gathering the starting linebackers for a photo, it was announced over the loudspeaker: "Will Dana Howard, Simeon Rice and John Holocek report to the end zone?" Then, after a short pause: "And Kevin Hardy."When the sports publications came out during the 1995 preseason, it was Rice who drew all the honors. Not Hardy.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 22, 2004
Dallas quarterback Vinny Testaverde relished the chance to stop the Cowboys' two-game losing streak, while doing it against one of his former teams. But yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium, Testaverde looked much like the passer who wore out his welcome here during the Ravens' first two seasons. Quarterback Kyle Boller took another step forward in his development by leading the Ravens to a 30-10 victory with a fine second half. But Testaverde's fingerprints were all over the proceedings. When his disastrous day was done, Testaverde had thrown two second-half interceptions at a huge cost.
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By KEN MURRAY | November 23, 2003
Ernie Accorsi remembers the ill will created in 1977 when Baltimore Colts wide receiver Roger Carr stayed out of camp until the week before the season started. "Players were anonymously sniping at him," said Accorsi, the New York Giants general manager who worked for the Colts back then. "We had a chance to win. We had won two straight division titles. We put him in the game [at Seattle] and his touchdown put the game away. "He caught a bomb from Bert Jones. I think there were 45 guys hugging him on the field.
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November 23, 2003
The number 31 Touchdown passes thrown by the Jets' Chad Pennington in his first 15 NFL games. The quote "I'm reading about it now. From what I understand, it wasn't very good. I thought it was pretty good." Tony Dungy, Colts coach, on his relationship with Keyshawn Johnson when Dungy was the Buccaneers' coach
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2003
SAN DIEGO - Warren Sapp wore sunglasses to hide a cut around his right eye. Keyshawn Johnson wore a smirk to let the media know what he thought of this obligation. Media day dawned on Super Bowl XXXVII yesterday, marking the official opening of excess and extravagance, and the two most loquacious Tampa Bay Buccaneers were holding court on sport's biggest stage. "It feels like my body is buzzing right now," Sapp said, seated at a podium on the sidelines of Qualcomm Stadium. "My feet are going crazy under here.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2002
PHILADELPHIA - Proving the first time was no fluke, the Philadelphia Eagles pounded out a methodical 31-9 NFC wild-card victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers yesterday. Tenacious defense inside their own 20 and the dazzling feet of quarterback Donovan McNabb delivered a nearly identical result to last year's 21-3 playoff win over these same Bucs. Yesterday's rout will send the 12-5 Eagles to Chicago next Saturday for an NFC semifinal matchup against the Bears, and embattled Bucs coach Tony Dungy home to an uncertain future.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2002
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers return to Philadelphia today with a chip on their shoulder, and they can only hope it's not an ice chip. The warm-weather Bucs, notorious losers in cold temperatures, will attempt to avenge last year's playoff loss to the Eagles in an NFC wild-card rematch at Veterans Stadium. The 21-3 postseason loss a year ago was haunting for the way the Eagles won, and the way they celebrated after it was over. The Bucs haven't forgotten. "I think that is true and I think they probably had a right to," Bucs safety John Lynch said of the Eagles' show of emotion.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 8, 2000
Once the cat was out of the bag, Ravens coach Brian Billick decided to chase it around the room a few times. Yes, Billick said yesterday, the Ravens have talked about swapping the fifth pick in next month's NFL draft to the New York Jets for mercurial wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson. Yes, he said, it can happen. He said he's optimistic it will. "I'm optimistic both parties are very motivated to get it done," Billick said as phone calls rained in on his corner office at Owings Mills seeking comment on the proposed blockbuster trade.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | September 15, 2009
In Sunday's season-opening 38-24 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, the Ravens' offense generated not only team records, but also a buzz around town. Last season, no one ran the ball more than the Ravens did. On Sunday, only one team passed more than they did (not surprisingly, it was the Arizona Cardinals). So, could this signal a shift to a pass-first attack? Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron simply shook his head. In his eyes, throwing the ball just adds an air of unpredictability to the Ravens' offense.
SPORTS
December 29, 2001
Scouting report Ravens rushing vs. Bucs run defense -- BUCS For the Ravens to win, they will have to establish a running game to keep Tampa Bay's defensive front off-balance. In his first start in six weeks, Ravens running back Terry Allen showed some pop in his step in gaining 91 yards against the Bengals last week. But the Ravens have averaged only 77 yards per game and 3 yards a carry against teams with winning records this season. The Buccaneers are ranked 13th against the run but have been erratic the past couple of weeks.
SPORTS
December 9, 2001
Today Carolina at Buffalo PANTHERS: Out: CB Rashard Anderson (hip); DT Larry Chester (leg); DT Sean Gilbert (knee); WR Karl Hankton (arm). Doubtful: TE Wesley Walls (ankle). Questionable: SS Mike Minter (knee); WR Muhsin Muhammad (shoulder). Probable: CB Doug Evans (knee); OLB Jason Kyle (calf); OLB Dan Morgan (ankle); SS Damien Richardson (thigh); DE Mike Rucker (groin); MLB Lester Towns (toe). BILLS: Out: QB Rob Johnson (shoulder); DT Shawn Price (knee). Questionable: RB Shawn Bryson (ankle)
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