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July 26, 2002
Offense WR...80 Brandon Stokley; 81 Kenyon Hambrick; 84 Javin Hunter LT...75 Jonathan Ogden; 76 Dawani Fladger LG...61 Casey Rabach; 65 Jason Thomas C...62 Mike Flynn; 65 Jason Thomas; 61 Casey Rabach RG...66 Bennie Anderson; 65 Jason Thomas RT...64 Edwin Mulitalo; 76 Dawani Fladger TE...86 Todd Heap; 88 John Jones; 82 Terry Jones; 85...Jonathan Burrough WR... 89 Travis Taylor; 83 Ron Johnson; 17 Randy Hymes; 13 D.J. Humphries QB...7 Chris Redman; 11 Jeff Blake; 12 Wes Pate; 9 Cleo Lemon FB...
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July 24, 2010
The Steelers signed coach Mike Tomlin to a two-year contract extension through the 2012 season, with an option year in 2013. The extension was expected because the Steelers' policy has been to sign a coach before he begins the final season of a contract. Tomlin is only the Steelers' third coach since 1969, after Chuck Noll (1969-91) and Bill Cowher (1992-2006). Tomlin is 31-17 in three seasons, with two division titles, an AFC championship and a Super Bowl victory.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 10, 2004
Ravens defensive end Marques Douglas is among the recipients of this year's Ed Block Courage Awards who will be honored at the 26th awards ceremony on March 16 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Thirty-two players, one from each NFL team, were selected by their teammates for displaying a commitment to the principles of courage and sportsmanship. The awards are named after Ed Block, a longtime head athletic trainer of the Baltimore Colts. The foundation is committed to heightening awareness of the plight of abused children in cities throughout the league.
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By Jamison Hensley | jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 8, 2010
The Ravens could increase their depth through free agency over the next few weeks, whether it's picking up a cornerback, defensive end or tight end. If the Ravens' scouts had their way, the team would acquire something even more valuable: additional draft picks. The Ravens have five selections in next month's NFL draft after Friday's trade for wide receiver Anquan Boldin. The Ravens' best shot at gaining a pick in the first or second round would be to deal starting offensive tackle Jared Gaither, the team's most attractive trade bait.
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By Brent Jones | August 24, 2004
Camp update Thumbs up: Kyle Boller completed a 65-yard pass to Terry Jones for a touchdown against the first-team defense. ... Kordell Stewart went a step further, completing a 70-yard pass to Kareem Kelly for a touchdown. Thumbs down: Casey Rabach rolled a snap back to Boller, who was in the shotgun. ... Kelly Gregg and the defensive line jumped offside, giving the offense a free down. ... Ed Hartwell landed a questionable hit on Ovie Mughelli, sending him to the ground in a light-contact drill.
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July 24, 2010
The Steelers signed coach Mike Tomlin to a two-year contract extension through the 2012 season, with an option year in 2013. The extension was expected because the Steelers' policy has been to sign a coach before he begins the final season of a contract. Tomlin is only the Steelers' third coach since 1969, after Chuck Noll (1969-91) and Bill Cowher (1992-2006). Tomlin is 31-17 in three seasons, with two division titles, an AFC championship and a Super Bowl victory.
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September 20, 2004
THE KEY PLAY BAXTER FORCES MADDOX TO FUMBLE Score: Ravens lead 13-0 PLAY Quarter: Third Situation: Steelers' ball, third-and-nine at their 27-yard line Play: With Steelers quarterback Tommy Maddox (8) lined up in the shotgun and calling out signals, Gary Baxter (28) moved toward the line, preparing to blitz. As the ball was snapped, Baxter came off the edge while Terrell Suggs (55) took an inside rush and Marques Douglas (94) went to the outside. Tackle Marvel Smith (77) picked up Douglas, but Baxter came around the corner untouched.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 20, 2004
Quarterback: Kyle Boller wasn't great, just effective. He made some plays with his feet, which probably will become a big weapon for the Ravens this season. The key here was he didn't have any turnovers, didn't try to force any passes and didn't have to win the game. -- Grade: C+ Running backs: Jamal Lewis averaged 2.6 yards on 24 carries, but he softened up the Steelers on the first series when he made some tough, hard runs. Backup Chester Taylor was explosive with nine rushes for 76 yards.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2004
Once the trendsetters for bulky defensive linemen, the Ravens replaced their tackles a couple of years ago with, according to their heavily influenced league standards, a bunch of lightweights. The Ravens' starting line - nose tackle Kelly Gregg and ends Tony Weaver and Marques Douglas - lacks the pounds, personalities and Pro Bowls of its predecessors. Yet this interior group, which may be among the NFL's smallest at an average of 293 pounds, is breaking stereotypes and holding its ground statistically, even against the Ravens' decorated past.
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By Jamison Hensley | jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 8, 2010
The Ravens could increase their depth through free agency over the next few weeks, whether it's picking up a cornerback, defensive end or tight end. If the Ravens' scouts had their way, the team would acquire something even more valuable: additional draft picks. The Ravens have five selections in next month's NFL draft after Friday's trade for wide receiver Anquan Boldin. The Ravens' best shot at gaining a pick in the first or second round would be to deal starting offensive tackle Jared Gaither, the team's most attractive trade bait.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 20, 2004
Quarterback: Kyle Boller wasn't great, just effective. He made some plays with his feet, which probably will become a big weapon for the Ravens this season. The key here was he didn't have any turnovers, didn't try to force any passes and didn't have to win the game. -- Grade: C+ Running backs: Jamal Lewis averaged 2.6 yards on 24 carries, but he softened up the Steelers on the first series when he made some tough, hard runs. Backup Chester Taylor was explosive with nine rushes for 76 yards.
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September 20, 2004
THE KEY PLAY BAXTER FORCES MADDOX TO FUMBLE Score: Ravens lead 13-0 PLAY Quarter: Third Situation: Steelers' ball, third-and-nine at their 27-yard line Play: With Steelers quarterback Tommy Maddox (8) lined up in the shotgun and calling out signals, Gary Baxter (28) moved toward the line, preparing to blitz. As the ball was snapped, Baxter came off the edge while Terrell Suggs (55) took an inside rush and Marques Douglas (94) went to the outside. Tackle Marvel Smith (77) picked up Douglas, but Baxter came around the corner untouched.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 12, 2004
Ravens run offense vs. Browns run defense: Jamal Lewis has owned the Browns, averaging 191.4 yards in the past five meetings. Last season, the NFL rushing champion gained 333 of his 500 yards against Cleveland on six carries. But the loss of left tackle Jonathan Ogden, who is unlikely to play with a sprained left knee, could limit the Ravens' outside runs. The Browns ranked 23rd against the run last season, surrendering 200 yards three times (Lewis twice and San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson)
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By Brent Jones | August 24, 2004
Camp update Thumbs up: Kyle Boller completed a 65-yard pass to Terry Jones for a touchdown against the first-team defense. ... Kordell Stewart went a step further, completing a 70-yard pass to Kareem Kelly for a touchdown. Thumbs down: Casey Rabach rolled a snap back to Boller, who was in the shotgun. ... Kelly Gregg and the defensive line jumped offside, giving the offense a free down. ... Ed Hartwell landed a questionable hit on Ovie Mughelli, sending him to the ground in a light-contact drill.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2004
Once the trendsetters for bulky defensive linemen, the Ravens replaced their tackles a couple of years ago with, according to their heavily influenced league standards, a bunch of lightweights. The Ravens' starting line - nose tackle Kelly Gregg and ends Tony Weaver and Marques Douglas - lacks the pounds, personalities and Pro Bowls of its predecessors. Yet this interior group, which may be among the NFL's smallest at an average of 293 pounds, is breaking stereotypes and holding its ground statistically, even against the Ravens' decorated past.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 10, 2004
Ravens defensive end Marques Douglas is among the recipients of this year's Ed Block Courage Awards who will be honored at the 26th awards ceremony on March 16 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Thirty-two players, one from each NFL team, were selected by their teammates for displaying a commitment to the principles of courage and sportsmanship. The awards are named after Ed Block, a longtime head athletic trainer of the Baltimore Colts. The foundation is committed to heightening awareness of the plight of abused children in cities throughout the league.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 12, 2004
Ravens run offense vs. Browns run defense: Jamal Lewis has owned the Browns, averaging 191.4 yards in the past five meetings. Last season, the NFL rushing champion gained 333 of his 500 yards against Cleveland on six carries. But the loss of left tackle Jonathan Ogden, who is unlikely to play with a sprained left knee, could limit the Ravens' outside runs. The Browns ranked 23rd against the run last season, surrendering 200 yards three times (Lewis twice and San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson)
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By Jamison Hensley | August 9, 2002
Position: Defensive line. With ends Michael McCrary and Tony Weaver injured, the Ravens' starting front three is Kelly Gregg and Marques Douglas at ends and Maake Kemoeatu at nose tackle. In his cameo appearance, linebacker Ray Lewis will find out if this tandem can shield blockers from him, allowing him to roam free to make tackles. Veteran: Right tackle Edwin Mulitalo. After forming a dominant left side with Jonathan Ogden for three years, Mulitalo has shifted from left guard to right tackle.
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July 26, 2002
Offense WR...80 Brandon Stokley; 81 Kenyon Hambrick; 84 Javin Hunter LT...75 Jonathan Ogden; 76 Dawani Fladger LG...61 Casey Rabach; 65 Jason Thomas C...62 Mike Flynn; 65 Jason Thomas; 61 Casey Rabach RG...66 Bennie Anderson; 65 Jason Thomas RT...64 Edwin Mulitalo; 76 Dawani Fladger TE...86 Todd Heap; 88 John Jones; 82 Terry Jones; 85...Jonathan Burrough WR... 89 Travis Taylor; 83 Ron Johnson; 17 Randy Hymes; 13 D.J. Humphries QB...7 Chris Redman; 11 Jeff Blake; 12 Wes Pate; 9 Cleo Lemon FB...
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