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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | July 15, 2009
If wide receiver Derrick Mason follows through on his retirement announcement - he told ESPN on Monday that he's "99 percent" sure - his unexpected departure would leave the Ravens with few options to replace him. It's like trying to shop on Christmas Eve - everything you would want is probably gone. Instead of having one of the NFL's sure things (Mason has caught at least 80 passes in five of the past six seasons), the Ravens face a situation in which they might have to gamble to fill the void he leaves as far as production and leadership.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | July 16, 2009
Ravens coach John Harbaugh plans to meet with Derrick Mason as soon as next week about the wide receiver's retirement announcement. Harbaugh, who is on vacation, said he has exchanged text messages with Mason since the team's leading receiver decided to retire Monday. "We have an appointment to talk real soon," Harbaugh said Wednesday. "It will be interesting to see where he's at with everything. I know he's been going through a lot the last couple of weeks with Steve's [McNair] situation, but I'm looking forward to talking to him."
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January 18, 2004
COLTS: Out: TE Dallas Clark (ankle). Questionable: S Idrees Bashir (shoulder); CB Nicholas Harper (back); TE Marcus Pollard (ankle). Probable: S Cory Bird (leg/shoulder); S Mike Doss (ankle); CB Walt Harris (knee); WR Marvin Harrison (chest); DE Robert Mathis (groin); G Tupe Peko (shoulder); CB Donald Strickland (knee/shoulder). PATRIOTS: Out: C Damien Woody (knee).
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | July 15, 2009
If wide receiver Derrick Mason follows through on his retirement announcement - he told ESPN on Monday that he's "99 percent" sure - his unexpected departure would leave the Ravens with few options to replace him. It's like trying to shop on Christmas Eve - everything you would want is probably gone. Instead of having one of the NFL's sure things (Mason has caught at least 80 passes in five of the past six seasons), the Ravens face a situation in which they might have to gamble to fill the void he leaves as far as production and leadership.
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September 25, 2000
Jacksonville (2-1) at Indianapolis (1-1) Time: 9 tonight, chs. 2, 7. Line: Colts by 3 1/2 . Vs. spread: Jaguars 1-1; Colts 1-1. Series: Colts lead 1-0. Last meeting: Colts won, 41-31, on Dec. 10, 1995, at Jacksonville. Outlook: The ball should stay in the air more than on the ground since this game features the AFC's top three receivers. Jacksonville has two of them in Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell while Marvin Harrison counters for Indianapolis. The Colts enjoyed a bye week and spent that time trying to work on turnover-free football (they are minus-4 in turnover differential)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | December 8, 2007
Four Ravens - linebacker Bart Scott, cornerbacks Samari Rolle and Chris McAlister, and wide receiver Derrick Mason - have been fined for violating league rules "prohibiting the abuse of game officials," the NFL announced yesterday. Scott was fined $25,000 for verbally abusing game officials and throwing an official's flag into the stands near the end of the Ravens' 27-24 loss to the New England Patriots on Monday. Colts@Ravens Tomorrow, 8:15, chs. 11, 4, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Colts by 9 INJURY REPORT Tomorrow COLTS@RAVENS COLTS: Out: DT Raheem Brock (rib)
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September 12, 2005
MANNING'S TD PASS TO HARRISON Score: Colts lead 3-0 Quarter: Third Situation: Colts' ball, second-and-seven at the Ravens' 28 Play: The Colts come out in a three-receiver set with Marvin Harrison (88) lined up to the right of quarterback Peyton Manning (18). Manning gets the shotgun snap, takes one step and makes a quick pump fake. Harrison never slows down and gets behind Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister (21). Manning connects with Harrison over the outstretched arm of McAlister as safety Ed Reed (20)
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | January 15, 2006
Today's AFC divisional playoff game at the RCA Dome features a contrast in styles - the Indianapolis Colts' big-play attack against the Pittsburgh Steelers' run-first offense - and situations. The Steelers (12-5) played for their postseason lives in December, winning their last four regular-season games to gain the conference's sixth and final playoff spot, then beat the Cincinnati Bengals on the road in a wild-card game last week. Steelers@Colts AFC divisional playoff game, today, 1 p.m., chs. 13, 9. Line: Colts by 10 NFL injury report Today's games STEELERS@COLTS STEELERS: Out: WR Quincy Morgan (leg)
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By CHILDS WALKER | August 24, 2006
I read an interesting article this week on Footballguys.com about the optimal order in which to draft a fantasy team. I won't give away the content except to say I was surprised how many of the most productive configurations entailed taking a wide receiver ahead of a second running back. This notion goes against the fantasy orthodoxy that has developed in recent years. But I can see doing it in my drafts, especially if I'm picking later in the second round. Receivers are probably the least glamorous of the three glamour positions in fantasy football.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | July 16, 2009
Ravens coach John Harbaugh plans to meet with Derrick Mason as soon as next week about the wide receiver's retirement announcement. Harbaugh, who is on vacation, said he has exchanged text messages with Mason since the team's leading receiver decided to retire Monday. "We have an appointment to talk real soon," Harbaugh said Wednesday. "It will be interesting to see where he's at with everything. I know he's been going through a lot the last couple of weeks with Steve's [McNair] situation, but I'm looking forward to talking to him."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | December 8, 2007
Four Ravens - linebacker Bart Scott, cornerbacks Samari Rolle and Chris McAlister, and wide receiver Derrick Mason - have been fined for violating league rules "prohibiting the abuse of game officials," the NFL announced yesterday. Scott was fined $25,000 for verbally abusing game officials and throwing an official's flag into the stands near the end of the Ravens' 27-24 loss to the New England Patriots on Monday. Colts@Ravens Tomorrow, 8:15, chs. 11, 4, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Colts by 9 INJURY REPORT Tomorrow COLTS@RAVENS COLTS: Out: DT Raheem Brock (rib)
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By DAVID STEELE | January 29, 2007
Miami-- --Old-time Baltimore football fans weren't the only ones who thought there was something strange about the sight of No. 88 on the Colts. John Mackey thought so, too. "At first, he thought it was a replay of him," Sylvia Mackey said last week, recalling how she, her Hall of Fame husband and one of their three daughters had watched the AFC championship game in their Baltimore home. "We didn't say anything, but he had that quizzical look on his face. "Then he said to me, `Who's that wearing my number?
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By Alan Greenberg and Alan Greenberg,Hartford Courant | November 5, 2006
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- You know things have changed when there's new sod on the NFL's worst field and the New England Patriots want Adam Vinatieri to miss every field goal. Although tonight's Patriots-Indianapolis Colts game at Gillette Stadium is one of the most compelling matchups of the season, it marks only the midpoint. That's why Colts coach Tony Dungy says he'll view his team's performance against the Patriots as "a measuring stick," one the 6-1 Patriots no doubt would love to ram down the throat of the 7-0 Colts.
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By CHILDS WALKER | August 24, 2006
I read an interesting article this week on Footballguys.com about the optimal order in which to draft a fantasy team. I won't give away the content except to say I was surprised how many of the most productive configurations entailed taking a wide receiver ahead of a second running back. This notion goes against the fantasy orthodoxy that has developed in recent years. But I can see doing it in my drafts, especially if I'm picking later in the second round. Receivers are probably the least glamorous of the three glamour positions in fantasy football.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | January 15, 2006
Today's AFC divisional playoff game at the RCA Dome features a contrast in styles - the Indianapolis Colts' big-play attack against the Pittsburgh Steelers' run-first offense - and situations. The Steelers (12-5) played for their postseason lives in December, winning their last four regular-season games to gain the conference's sixth and final playoff spot, then beat the Cincinnati Bengals on the road in a wild-card game last week. Steelers@Colts AFC divisional playoff game, today, 1 p.m., chs. 13, 9. Line: Colts by 10 NFL injury report Today's games STEELERS@COLTS STEELERS: Out: WR Quincy Morgan (leg)
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September 12, 2005
MANNING'S TD PASS TO HARRISON Score: Colts lead 3-0 Quarter: Third Situation: Colts' ball, second-and-seven at the Ravens' 28 Play: The Colts come out in a three-receiver set with Marvin Harrison (88) lined up to the right of quarterback Peyton Manning (18). Manning gets the shotgun snap, takes one step and makes a quick pump fake. Harrison never slows down and gets behind Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister (21). Manning connects with Harrison over the outstretched arm of McAlister as safety Ed Reed (20)
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By VITO STELLINO | April 22, 1996
AFC EastBuffaloPick to watch: WR Eric Moulds -- They hope he's the next Andre Reed.Analysis: They faced a tough decision on the first round, when they bypassed Leeland McElroy, who could have been the next Thurman Thomas, for Moulds, because they think Thomas has a couple of years left. It was a need choice, even though McElroy was in the top 10 on the board. How Moulds plays will make or break this draft. They went for defense on the next four picks.Grade: B-IndianapolisPick to watch: WR Marvin Harrison -- He can help Jim Harbaugh's passing game.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 30, 2000
MIAMI - The NFL couldn't have scripted a better contrast in quarterbacks. When the Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning and the Miami Dolphins' Jay Fiedler lead their teams into Pro Player Stadium at 12:30 today in the opening game of the 2000 playoffs, they will do so coming from vastly different football backgrounds. Manning played his college ball in front of 100,000 fans every game at the University of Tennessee, where he was on national television regularly and a virtual household name even before entering the NFL. Fiedler played for Dartmouth, where he was lucky if he played in front of a total of 100,000 home fans for an entire season.
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By Ken Murray | January 3, 2005
TONY DUNGY SAID last week he wanted to win the Indianapolis Colts' regular-season finale in Denver. What he didn't say was that he wanted to win it with Jim Sorgi and Dominic Rhodes, not Peyton Manning and Edgerrin James. It figured the Colts coach would spare his stars in a meaningless game against the Broncos and that it ultimately would cost the Ravens their shot at the playoffs. In truth, whatever chance the Ravens had for postseason glory was long gone before Week 17. Yesterday's 33-14 thrashing of the Colts by the Broncos merely served as the exclamation point to a season gone bad in Baltimore.
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January 18, 2004
COLTS: Out: TE Dallas Clark (ankle). Questionable: S Idrees Bashir (shoulder); CB Nicholas Harper (back); TE Marcus Pollard (ankle). Probable: S Cory Bird (leg/shoulder); S Mike Doss (ankle); CB Walt Harris (knee); WR Marvin Harrison (chest); DE Robert Mathis (groin); G Tupe Peko (shoulder); CB Donald Strickland (knee/shoulder). PATRIOTS: Out: C Damien Woody (knee).
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