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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2013
There's a whiff of the past in the Ravens' current playoff run. So said Kim Herring, strong safety on the Super Bowl XXXV championship team. Then as now, the Ravens rallied around linebacker Ray Lewis - but for different reasons. During the 2000 season, when Lewis was assailed publicly for his role in a double homicide, teammates embraced an us-versus-them mantra that fueled their title drive. Today, said Herring, the Ravens are playing inspired football because of Lewis' pending retirement.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2013
There's a whiff of the past in the Ravens' current playoff run. So said Kim Herring, strong safety on the Super Bowl XXXV championship team. Then as now, the Ravens rallied around linebacker Ray Lewis - but for different reasons. During the 2000 season, when Lewis was assailed publicly for his role in a double homicide, teammates embraced an us-versus-them mantra that fueled their title drive. Today, said Herring, the Ravens are playing inspired football because of Lewis' pending retirement.
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By DAN RODRICKS | January 25, 2001
While in Tampa for The Sun, columnist Dan Rodricks will be conducting some snappy, two-minute drills with Ravens players. Today, Dan talks about African art and tattoos with safety Kim Herring. DR: Let me guess: It's been your lifelong dream to play in the Super Bowl. KH: No, I didn't play football till freshman year of high school. I played soccer from the third grade on. DR: You're the son of a soccer mom? KH: Yup. I played on a travel team in Detroit, and we played on an international level.
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By Mike Miller and The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2010
Week 1: Ravens 16, Steelers 0 Pittsburgh – Three Rivers Stadium The Ravens opened the 2000 season with a dominant defensive performance in a victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens stifled a Steelers offense that failed to record a first down until the second quarter and couldn't cross the 50-yard line until the third. Led by defensive tackle Sam Adams and defensive end Rob Burnett, the Ravens held running back Jerome Bettis to 8 yards on nine carries.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2001
The Ravens traveled 20 miles from their Owings Mills complex to practice at PSINet Stadium yesterday. They typically leave Saturday for Sunday road games, but they will depart Baltimore-Washington International Airport at 2 p.m. today for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Raiders at Oakland. Those logistical concerns shouldn't matter, because coach Brian Billick shaved a total of 45 minutes from Ravens' practices this week. "We were much more energetic today," Billick said. "It looks like we're getting our legs back just a little bit. We needed to. [Today]
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November 5, 2000
Records: Ravens 5-4; Bengals 2-6. Line: Ravens by 6. Vs. spread: Ravens 4-4; Bengals 4-4. Series: Ravens lead 6-3. Last meeting: Ravens won, 37-0, on Sept. 24 at PSINet Stadium. Quick hits: Ravens allowing NFL-low 2.8 yards per carry and have not allowed 100-yard rusher in 26 games, also tops in NFL. ... Ravens aim for sixth straight AFC Central road win. ... RB Jamal Lewis had first career 100-yard rushing game in last meeting with Bengals in Week 4. ... ... Bengals RB Corey Dillon is averaging 5.2 yards per carry, tops among AFC players with at least 350 yards.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2001
A day after some off-season clamoring, the Ravens are anticipating a quiet couple of weeks. Pat Moriarty, the Ravens' director of football administration and chief negotiator, said he had a "broad-based discussion" yesterday with Tony Agnone, who represents starting free-agent linebacker Jamie Sharper. On Monday, Agnone voiced his displeasure over the Ravens' silence in free-agent talks and was told by the team that he needed to first send a proposal. But Agnone, a Baltimore-based agent who lives in the same neighborhood as Moriarty, has not decided when he would deliver his first set of numbers to the Ravens.
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March 24, 2008
Linda Ann "Lin" McNicol, a retired grocery store department manager and former nurse's aide, died of brain tumor surgical complications March 13 at Kindred Hospital in Houston. The former Grasonville and Pasadena resident was 62. Born Linda Ann Soutar in Baltimore and raised in the Orchard Beach section of Anne Arundel County, she attended Glen Burnie High School and received a diploma from Severna Park High School in the mid-1960s. In the 1970s and 1980s, she was a nurse's aide at Whitehall Nursing Home in Annapolis and at Anne Arundel General Medical Center.
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By Mike Preston | September 25, 2000
Report card Quarterback B Tony Banks threw reasonably well for the game, but was off target in the first half. He often threw behind or too high for receivers. He still needs to be more consistent and had little impact in the second half. Offensive line A The Ravens did what they wanted too against the Bengals as they ran for 176 yards. Banks had a lot of time to throw as the Ravens picked up the blitz well. Guard Edwin Mulitalo and Mike Flynn continue to improve and left tackle Jonathan Ogden was his usual dominating self.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2001
Reserve defensive end Keith Washington ostensibly became the third player to leave the world champion Ravens this off-season when he agreed to terms with the Denver Broncos yesterday. According to his agent, Steve Weinberg, Washington will get a four-year contract worth as much as $6.3 million to join the team the Ravens beat in the wild-card round of the playoffs. Also according to Weinberg, Washington will get a chance to compete for the starting left end job currently held by Maa Tanuvasa.
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March 24, 2008
Linda Ann "Lin" McNicol, a retired grocery store department manager and former nurse's aide, died of brain tumor surgical complications March 13 at Kindred Hospital in Houston. The former Grasonville and Pasadena resident was 62. Born Linda Ann Soutar in Baltimore and raised in the Orchard Beach section of Anne Arundel County, she attended Glen Burnie High School and received a diploma from Severna Park High School in the mid-1960s. In the 1970s and 1980s, she was a nurse's aide at Whitehall Nursing Home in Annapolis and at Anne Arundel General Medical Center.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | April 23, 2004
While the Ravens' track record in the second round gives cause for optimism, recent NFL history says their first pick tomorrow will not be worth the wait. The 51st overall selection in the draft has been riddled with obscure underachievers, career journeymen and colossal busts. Half of the players taken at that spot over the past decade are out of the league and just four developed into legitimate starters. Instead of becoming household names, former No. 51 picks Dedric Mathis, Greg Jones and Paul Toviessi ended up on the NFL's trash heap.
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By Ken Murray and Jamison Hensley and Ken Murray and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2002
NEW ORLEANS - Kim Herring was part of the Ravens' dominating Super Bowl defense a year ago. He's part of the St. Louis Rams' resuscitated Super Bowl defense this year. That's where any similarities - style, substance or volume - end. A year ago, the national media portrayed the brash-talking Ravens as bad guys. This year, the same folks are portraying the Rams as good guys. The irony is not lost on Herring, a starting safety for both teams. "That is a little different," Herring said yesterday as player interviews for Super Bowl XXXVI wound down.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2001
Reserve defensive end Keith Washington ostensibly became the third player to leave the world champion Ravens this off-season when he agreed to terms with the Denver Broncos yesterday. According to his agent, Steve Weinberg, Washington will get a four-year contract worth as much as $6.3 million to join the team the Ravens beat in the wild-card round of the playoffs. Also according to Weinberg, Washington will get a chance to compete for the starting left end job currently held by Maa Tanuvasa.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2001
A day after some off-season clamoring, the Ravens are anticipating a quiet couple of weeks. Pat Moriarty, the Ravens' director of football administration and chief negotiator, said he had a "broad-based discussion" yesterday with Tony Agnone, who represents starting free-agent linebacker Jamie Sharper. On Monday, Agnone voiced his displeasure over the Ravens' silence in free-agent talks and was told by the team that he needed to first send a proposal. But Agnone, a Baltimore-based agent who lives in the same neighborhood as Moriarty, has not decided when he would deliver his first set of numbers to the Ravens.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 29, 2001
The second quarter was a near repeat of the first. The Ravens relied heavily on their defense to keep the New York Giants off the scoreboard and used another big pass play to set up another scoring drive. The quarter started off with Ravens linebacker Jamie Sharper slamming Giants receiver Ike Hilliard into the ground on an incompletion as the game got increasingly more physical. But the Ravens had to avoid their biggest scare of the first half just five minutes into the quarter. Trying to escape a sack, Ravens quarterback Trent Dilfer hastily threw the ball into the left flat, where linebacker Jessie Armstead picked it off and returned it 43 yards for a touchdown.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 29, 2001
The second quarter was a near repeat of the first. The Ravens relied heavily on their defense to keep the New York Giants off the scoreboard and used another big pass play to set up another scoring drive. The quarter started off with Ravens linebacker Jamie Sharper slamming Giants receiver Ike Hilliard into the ground on an incompletion as the game got increasingly more physical. But the Ravens had to avoid their biggest scare of the first half just five minutes into the quarter. Trying to escape a sack, Ravens quarterback Trent Dilfer hastily threw the ball into the left flat, where linebacker Jessie Armstead picked it off and returned it 43 yards for a touchdown.
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By DAN RODRICKS | January 25, 2001
While in Tampa for The Sun, columnist Dan Rodricks will be conducting some snappy, two-minute drills with Ravens players. Today, Dan talks about African art and tattoos with safety Kim Herring. DR: Let me guess: It's been your lifelong dream to play in the Super Bowl. KH: No, I didn't play football till freshman year of high school. I played soccer from the third grade on. DR: You're the son of a soccer mom? KH: Yup. I played on a travel team in Detroit, and we played on an international level.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2001
The final order of business for the Ravens in Baltimore before they depart for Tampa, Fla., and Super Bowl XXXV will be tomorrow's pep rally at the Inner Harbor amphitheater. The AFC champions have mandatory weight lifting at their Owings Mills training complex tomorrow morning. They will then bus to downtown Baltimore, where coach Brian Billick's itinerary has owner Art Modell and the Ravens on stage for 20 minutes, starting at 11:35 a.m. sharp. Then it's back on the bus, and on to Baltimore-Washington International Airport, where a charter will take the team to Tampa.
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