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January 6, 2001
Time: 4 p.m., chs. 13, 9. Line: Raiders by 9. Vs. spread: Dolphins 11-5; Raiders 11-5. Vs. common opponents: Dolphins 3-3; Raiders 5-1. Series: Raiders lead 17-9-1. Last meeting: Dolphins won, 16-9, on Oct. 31, 1999, at Oakland. Postseason records: Dolphins 20-17; Raiders 21-15. Outlook: What happened against the Colts last week does not bode well for Miami. The Dolphins needed a 40-carry, 209-yard game by RB Lamar Smith against a weak Colts defense to win in overtime. Oakland's defense isn't great, but it's solid and better than the Colts'.
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November 21, 2002
Sunday Tennessee at Ravens TITANS: Out: WR Darrell Hill (ankle). Questionable: CB Mike Echols (leg); LB Randall Godfrey (ankle); DE Jevon Kearse (foot); QB Steve McNair (toe); CB Dainon Sidney (arm); DT Robaire Smith (shoulder); TE Frank Wycheck (concussion). RAVENS: Out: DE Michael McCrary (knee). Doubtful: LB Ray Lewis (calf/shoulder). Questionable: CB Chris McAlister (ankle); QB Chris Redman (back); WR Brandon Stokley (foot); DE Anthony Weaver (knee). St. Louis at Washington RAMS: Out: RB Chris Hetherington (groin)
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By Los Angeles Times | November 4, 2001
Dallas (2-4) at N.Y. Giants (3-4) Time: 1 p.m. today, Ch. 5. Line: Giants by 10 1/2 . Outlook: Pro Bowl LB Jessie Armstead might not play. That does not bode well for the Giants, who face an offense that is second in NFC rushing (140.8 yards). Michael Strahan has 12 1/2 sacks in five games, the most in a five-game span in NFL history. Watch for Dallas RB Troy Hambrick, who has 23 carries for 193 yards, and is pushing Emmitt Smith. The pick: Dallas. The Giants averaged 1.9 yards a carry against Washington.
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By Los Angeles Times | November 4, 2001
Dallas (2-4) at N.Y. Giants (3-4) Time: 1 p.m. today, Ch. 5. Line: Giants by 10 1/2 . Outlook: Pro Bowl LB Jessie Armstead might not play. That does not bode well for the Giants, who face an offense that is second in NFC rushing (140.8 yards). Michael Strahan has 12 1/2 sacks in five games, the most in a five-game span in NFL history. Watch for Dallas RB Troy Hambrick, who has 23 carries for 193 yards, and is pushing Emmitt Smith. The pick: Dallas. The Giants averaged 1.9 yards a carry against Washington.
SPORTS
November 21, 2002
Sunday Tennessee at Ravens TITANS: Out: WR Darrell Hill (ankle). Questionable: CB Mike Echols (leg); LB Randall Godfrey (ankle); DE Jevon Kearse (foot); QB Steve McNair (toe); CB Dainon Sidney (arm); DT Robaire Smith (shoulder); TE Frank Wycheck (concussion). RAVENS: Out: DE Michael McCrary (knee). Doubtful: LB Ray Lewis (calf/shoulder). Questionable: CB Chris McAlister (ankle); QB Chris Redman (back); WR Brandon Stokley (foot); DE Anthony Weaver (knee). St. Louis at Washington RAMS: Out: RB Chris Hetherington (groin)
SPORTS
March 21, 2000
Baseball Braves: Announced that P Everett Shull refused assignment to Richmond of the Triple-A International League and has become a free agent. Cubs: Optioned P Micah Bowie, P Scott Downs, P Phil Norton, INF Chad Meyers and INF Julio Zuleta to Triple-A Iowa of the PCL. Mariners: Optioned P Steve Sinclair and P Jordan Zimmerman to Triple-A Tacoma of the PCL. Marlins: Optioned 1B Nate Rolison to Triple-A Calgary of the PCL. Padres: Optioned P Brandon...
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | September 9, 2002
Thumbs up Redman. In his first NFL start, he shook off a rocky first drive and settled down to play a smart game. He threw some tough passes downfield and hung in the pocket despite getting hit 10 times. Thumbs down Ravens' run defense. Once the most feared group for running backs, the Ravens didn't match Carolina physically. The Panthers got blockers out on linebackers Ray Lewis and Ed Hartwell and capitalized on missed tackles. The scary part is that the Ravens had trouble bringing down the likes of Lamar Smith, Brad Hoover and Goings.
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By Ed Heard and Ed Heard,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1996
A Howard County police officer offered a ride to a Jessup man outside an Ellicott City convenience store early yesterday, but ended up taking the man to jail after finding he was carrying a .38-caliber handgun.The officer had seen the man talking on a pay telephone next to the Shell Food Market in the 8500 block of U.S. 40 about 1 a.m. yesterday. When the officer approached, the man said he was left behind by some friends and was trying to get a ride home.The officer offered the man a ride, but asked permission to search him first.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 8, 2002
SCOUTING REPORT RAVENS Ravens run off. vs. Panthers run def. The return of Jamal Lewis means the return of the Ravens' ball-control offense. The Ravens are 15-1 when they have a 100-yard rusher and will grind it out as long as they can with Lewis, who missed last season with a knee injury and may be limited to 20 carries. Even if Carolina stacks the line, the Ravens will continue to run until they get stopped. After having the worst run defense in the league last year, the Panthers reworked their linebacking corps, which was highlighted by the move of Dan Morgan from outside to inside.
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November 27, 2003
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Acquired OF Mark Kotsay from Padres for C Ramon Hernandez and OF Terrence Long. BLUE JAYS: Agreed to minor league contract with P Bruce Chen. RANGERS: Agreed to minor league contracts with OF Chad Allen and OF Jason Conti. ROYALS: Agreed to two-year contract with P Brian Anderson and one-year deals with P Curtis Leskanic and 3B Joe Randa. WHITE SOX: Agreed to one-year contract with C Sandy Alomar. College NAVY: Signed football coach Paul Johnson to contract extension through 2009.
SPORTS
January 6, 2001
Time: 4 p.m., chs. 13, 9. Line: Raiders by 9. Vs. spread: Dolphins 11-5; Raiders 11-5. Vs. common opponents: Dolphins 3-3; Raiders 5-1. Series: Raiders lead 17-9-1. Last meeting: Dolphins won, 16-9, on Oct. 31, 1999, at Oakland. Postseason records: Dolphins 20-17; Raiders 21-15. Outlook: What happened against the Colts last week does not bode well for Miami. The Dolphins needed a 40-carry, 209-yard game by RB Lamar Smith against a weak Colts defense to win in overtime. Oakland's defense isn't great, but it's solid and better than the Colts'.
NEWS
March 30, 2012
In his recent op-ed, "Sanctuary Baltimore, no questions asked" (March 26) Dan Rodricks wrongfully assumes that welcoming illegal immigrants will help increase Baltimore's tax base. But there is a consensus among nonpartisan economists that illegal immigrants are a fiscal drain on American taxpayers. A majority of illegal immigrants have less than a high school education and have well below average incomes. The National Research Council found that an illegal immigrant without a high school degree will impose a net cost on taxpayers of $89,000 over his or her lifetime.
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