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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 1, 1998
A week into his first training camp, after hundreds of punts, Kyle Richardson's left leg felt dead. And the battle to unseat veteran Greg Montgomery was just beginning.As camp rolled on, Richardson recovered physically. As preseason games arrived, it became obvious that the upstart out of Arkansas State was not leaving this competition quietly.Yesterday, the Ravens' new punter wore an expression drained of the tension evident in his face last weekend, which he spent wondering about his immediate fate in the NFL. By the time Sunday afternoon arrived, Richardson knew his locker at the Ravens' Owings Mills complex would remain intact.
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By Jim Joyner, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
The season may be over and they may be former Ravens, but excitement for all things purple and black still drew a crowd on Saturday to the Giant Food store in Perry Hall for an event with former Baltimore Ravens Matt Stover and Kyle Richardson. The two Super Bowl champions came to the store, 8905 Belair Road, Perry Hall, on Saturday, Feb. 16, to meet with residents, sign autographs and perform a little kicking demonstration in the Giant parking lot. Stover was the place kicker, and Richardson was the punter, on the Ravens' 2000-2001 Super Bowl champion team.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1999
If the first-string punter on his high school football team had not been injured during his senior year, Kyle Richardson might be working with an advertising firm today.Out of necessity, the all-conference receiver/defensive back tried something new for his Farmington (Mo.) High team. Little did Richardson know he had stumbled into a new career.Before graduating from Farmington, Richardson strongly considered playing junior college basketball, but Arkansas State was looking for a walk-on to stick around as a punter.
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March 15, 2005
A look at how the division teams have fared two weeks into free agency: Ravens Players re-signed: None. Players acquired: WR Derrick Mason; CB Samari Rolle; G Keydrick Vincent. Players lost: CB Gary Baxter; DB Corey Fuller; WR Kevin Johnson; FB Harold Morrow; C Casey Rabach. Remaining unrestricted free agents: RG Bennie Anderson; OT Ethan Brooks; DE Marques Douglas; LB Ed Hartwell; LS Joe Maese; K Wade Richey; CB Deion Sanders; LB T.J. Slaughter; QB Kordell Stewart; WR Travis Taylor; CB Ray Walls; RB Jamel White.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and Eduardo A. Encina,SUN STAFF | August 22, 1998
Punter Kyle Richardson knows how important the final two preseason games are for him. His performance in them will determine if he opens the season as a member of the Ravens.Richardson is in a battle for the starting punter's job with incumbent and 10-year veteran Greg Montgomery. It's Richardson's task to try to knock off Montgomery, who has the second-highest punt average among active NFL players, but was inconsistent last season."I'm not going to approach [the final two preseason games]
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March 15, 2005
A look at how the division teams have fared two weeks into free agency: Ravens Players re-signed: None. Players acquired: WR Derrick Mason; CB Samari Rolle; G Keydrick Vincent. Players lost: CB Gary Baxter; DB Corey Fuller; WR Kevin Johnson; FB Harold Morrow; C Casey Rabach. Remaining unrestricted free agents: RG Bennie Anderson; OT Ethan Brooks; DE Marques Douglas; LB Ed Hartwell; LS Joe Maese; K Wade Richey; CB Deion Sanders; LB T.J. Slaughter; QB Kordell Stewart; WR Travis Taylor; CB Ray Walls; RB Jamel White.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2000
On July 4, the agent for first-round draft choice Travis Taylor sent the Ravens a contract proposal. Four days later, Steve Weinberg delivered the fireworks. "We will not have any more talks with the Baltimore Ravens until we get an offer from them," the Dallas-based agent said yesterday. Weinberg is upset because the Ravens have not responded to his proposal. Worse yet, he says, with two weeks left until training camp, he still hasn't received an offer from the team. He estimates he has had a "half-dozen" conversations with the Ravens since they made Taylor, a wide receiver from Florida, the 10th pick in the draft.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston and Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Eduardo A. Encina contributed to this article | June 5, 1998
Ravens second-year fullback Tony Vinson has had an interesting spring. In between attending the off-season program to prepare for his second training camp in Baltimore, Vinson walked Washington's halls of political power.For much of the spring, Vinson spent one to three days a week working as an unpaid intern in the office of Oklahoma Rep. Steve Largent, the former star wide receiver of the Seattle Seahawks, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame two years ago.Vinson, 27, who graduated from Towson University with a degree in business management, started his internship with such mundane duties as opening mail and answering phones in Largent's office.
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February 24, 2002
Letting Je. Lewis go huge mistake by Ravens For a team with as many hard-working and intelligent front-office members as the Ravens, the loss of Jermaine Lewis represents a terrible error in judgment. Though the team clearly had severe salary cap issues, handing over a two-time Pro Bowl player like Lewis to the expansion Houston Texans makes absolutely no sense. If you look at the team, you have an overpaid quarterback coming off a terrible season (Elvis Grbac), an overpaid punter (Kyle Richardson)
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By Jim Joyner, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
The season may be over and they may be former Ravens, but excitement for all things purple and black still drew a crowd on Saturday to the Giant Food store in Perry Hall for an event with former Baltimore Ravens Matt Stover and Kyle Richardson. The two Super Bowl champions came to the store, 8905 Belair Road, Perry Hall, on Saturday, Feb. 16, to meet with residents, sign autographs and perform a little kicking demonstration in the Giant parking lot. Stover was the place kicker, and Richardson was the punter, on the Ravens' 2000-2001 Super Bowl champion team.
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February 24, 2002
Letting Je. Lewis go huge mistake by Ravens For a team with as many hard-working and intelligent front-office members as the Ravens, the loss of Jermaine Lewis represents a terrible error in judgment. Though the team clearly had severe salary cap issues, handing over a two-time Pro Bowl player like Lewis to the expansion Houston Texans makes absolutely no sense. If you look at the team, you have an overpaid quarterback coming off a terrible season (Elvis Grbac), an overpaid punter (Kyle Richardson)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | July 9, 2000
On July 4, the agent for first-round draft choice Travis Taylor sent the Ravens a contract proposal. Four days later, Steve Weinberg delivered the fireworks. "We will not have any more talks with the Baltimore Ravens until we get an offer from them," the Dallas-based agent said yesterday. Weinberg is upset because the Ravens have not responded to his proposal. Worse yet, he says, with two weeks left until training camp, he still hasn't received an offer from the team. He estimates he has had a "half-dozen" conversations with the Ravens since they made Taylor, a wide receiver from Florida, the 10th pick in the draft.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1999
If the first-string punter on his high school football team had not been injured during his senior year, Kyle Richardson might be working with an advertising firm today.Out of necessity, the all-conference receiver/defensive back tried something new for his Farmington (Mo.) High team. Little did Richardson know he had stumbled into a new career.Before graduating from Farmington, Richardson strongly considered playing junior college basketball, but Arkansas State was looking for a walk-on to stick around as a punter.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 1, 1998
A week into his first training camp, after hundreds of punts, Kyle Richardson's left leg felt dead. And the battle to unseat veteran Greg Montgomery was just beginning.As camp rolled on, Richardson recovered physically. As preseason games arrived, it became obvious that the upstart out of Arkansas State was not leaving this competition quietly.Yesterday, the Ravens' new punter wore an expression drained of the tension evident in his face last weekend, which he spent wondering about his immediate fate in the NFL. By the time Sunday afternoon arrived, Richardson knew his locker at the Ravens' Owings Mills complex would remain intact.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and Eduardo A. Encina,SUN STAFF | August 22, 1998
Punter Kyle Richardson knows how important the final two preseason games are for him. His performance in them will determine if he opens the season as a member of the Ravens.Richardson is in a battle for the starting punter's job with incumbent and 10-year veteran Greg Montgomery. It's Richardson's task to try to knock off Montgomery, who has the second-highest punt average among active NFL players, but was inconsistent last season."I'm not going to approach [the final two preseason games]
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By Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston and Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Eduardo A. Encina contributed to this article | June 5, 1998
Ravens second-year fullback Tony Vinson has had an interesting spring. In between attending the off-season program to prepare for his second training camp in Baltimore, Vinson walked Washington's halls of political power.For much of the spring, Vinson spent one to three days a week working as an unpaid intern in the office of Oklahoma Rep. Steve Largent, the former star wide receiver of the Seattle Seahawks, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame two years ago.Vinson, 27, who graduated from Towson University with a degree in business management, started his internship with such mundane duties as opening mail and answering phones in Largent's office.
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April 22, 2002
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Recalled P Brad Lidge from Double-A Round Rock. Optioned IF Adam Everett to Triple-A New Orleans. METS: Activated 1B Mo Vaughn. Designated former Orioles OF Tony Tarasco for assignment. ROYALS: Sent contract of P Omar Moreno to Triple-A Omaha. Purchased contract of P Bryan Rekar from Omaha. Optioned OF Brandon Berger to Omaha. YANKEES: Put P Andy Pettitte on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 16, with sore left elbow. Recalled P Randy Choate from Triple-A Columbus.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 5, 2001
Thumbs up: Punter Noel Prefontaine, who is competing with incumbent Kyle Richardson, showed some touch on his punts during the mock scrimmage. He dropped a 46-yard punt that was downed at the 4-yard line and then angled another kick out at the 1. Thumbs down: Cornerback Chris McAlister should keep to defense. Playing receiver for three plays, he drew jeers from his teammates after bobbling and dropping a soft toss from quarterback Tim Hasselbeck. Trainer's room: Defensive backs James Trapp (shoulder)
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