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By RAY FRAGER | August 25, 2008
Seahawks@Chargers 8 p.m. [ESPN] It's still preseason. No Matt Hasselbeck for Seattle. No Shawne Merriman (right) for San Diego. And no Tony Kornheiser, who is reportedly taking the night off for personal reasons. But it's football, and - to quote John Keats - that is all ye know on Earth and all ye need know.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2011
Between Chris Palmer's masterful play calls and Matt Hasselbeck's perfectly-timed throws, the Ravens found no safe haven at LP Field Sunday. A week after forcing seven turnovers, their defense was taken apart in a methodical, precise assault. How quickly the table turned. The Tennessee Titans had all the right calls in a 26-13 win that left the Ravens' depleted secondary worse for the wear. Hasselbeck, 35 and a 13-year NFL veteran, carved up the Ravens' secondary for 358 yards and had Baltimore's proud defense on its heels most of the sun-drenched afternoon.
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February 11, 2006
NFL officiating needs major improvement It's very interesting that I don't hear Joey Porter and the rest of the Pittsburgh Steelers complaining about the officiating during Sunday's Super Bowl. After all the complaining in the aftermath of beating the Colts in the AFC divisional playoff game three weeks ago, I thought they were all about fairness in getting the calls correct. The Super Bowl made it painfully clear that the NFL has got to do something about the officiating. From a couple of phantom holding calls that killed Seahawks drives, to a questionable offensive pass-interference call in the end zone, to the Ben Roethlisberger "touchdown" call at the goal line, to the 15-yard low-block penalty on Matt Hasselbeck when he was trying to tackle the man with the ball, it was very interesting that every bad call went against the Seahawks.
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By From Sun news services | November 11, 2008
Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis was unable to practice because of a sprained knee, and coach Jim Zorn said he is "50-50" for Sunday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Portis bruised his knee on the final play of the first quarter of last week's 23-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers but returned for the next series and finished the game. The pain got progressively worse after treatment after the game, however, and Zorn said yesterday that Portis has a bone bruise on the femur as well as a sprain.
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December 27, 2003
Today's games Buffalo at New England BILLS: Questionable: QB Alex Van Pelt (wrist); T Mike Williams (knee). PATRIOTS: Questionable: S Chris Akins (leg). Probable: G Joe Andruzzi (foot). Seattle at San Francisco SEAHAWKS: Doubtful: G Jerry Wunsch (ankle). Questionable: S Reggie Tongue (hamstring). Probable: LB Chad Brown (illness); QB Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder); WR Darrell Jackson (ankle); CB Ken Lucas (ankle); DT John Randle (knee); LB Anthony Simmons (neck); CB Willie Williams (foot)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun reporter | January 7, 2008
The four survivors of wild-card weekend delivered drama, defense and enough big plays to make this an NFL week to remember. Who can forget LaDainian Tomlinson being rejected - stonewalled, really - at the goal line by Tennessee Titans linebacker Stephen Tulloch, and then, standing upright, extending the ball across the pile of bodies for a crucial touchdown yesterday as the San Diego Chargers finally won a home playoff game, 17-6? Or David Garrard's quarterback draw for 32 yards on fourth-and-two in the fourth quarter, a play that allowed the Jacksonville Jaguars to escape Pittsburgh with a pulsating 31-29 victory?
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By From Sun news services | November 8, 2008
Less than one day after clearing waivers, cornerback DeAngelo Hall agreed yesterday to a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins. Hall should suit up for Washington's next game, on Nov. 16 against the Dallas Cowboys. The Redskins, who have had injury problems in the secondary, have a bye this week. Hall was released by Oakland this week after playing eight games with the Raiders. Oakland acquired Hall in the offseason for two draft picks, then signed him to a seven-year, $70 million contract.
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By From Sun news services | November 11, 2008
Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis was unable to practice because of a sprained knee, and coach Jim Zorn said he is "50-50" for Sunday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Portis bruised his knee on the final play of the first quarter of last week's 23-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers but returned for the next series and finished the game. The pain got progressively worse after treatment after the game, however, and Zorn said yesterday that Portis has a bone bruise on the femur as well as a sprain.
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By Jim Fenton and Jim Fenton,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 29, 1996
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Seventeen years after its last 3-0 start, Navy seemed poised to extend its season-opening win streak to three games yesterday afternoon.The Midshipmen had built a 14-point lead lead over Boston College less than three minutes into the second half and were chewing up rushing yards thanks to junior quarterback Chris McCoy (33 carries, 183 yards).But BC scored on its first four possessions of the second half and held on for a 43-38 victory before 44,500 at Alumni Stadium.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2011
Between Chris Palmer's masterful play calls and Matt Hasselbeck's perfectly-timed throws, the Ravens found no safe haven at LP Field Sunday. A week after forcing seven turnovers, their defense was taken apart in a methodical, precise assault. How quickly the table turned. The Tennessee Titans had all the right calls in a 26-13 win that left the Ravens' depleted secondary worse for the wear. Hasselbeck, 35 and a 13-year NFL veteran, carved up the Ravens' secondary for 358 yards and had Baltimore's proud defense on its heels most of the sun-drenched afternoon.
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By From Sun news services | November 8, 2008
Less than one day after clearing waivers, cornerback DeAngelo Hall agreed yesterday to a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins. Hall should suit up for Washington's next game, on Nov. 16 against the Dallas Cowboys. The Redskins, who have had injury problems in the secondary, have a bye this week. Hall was released by Oakland this week after playing eight games with the Raiders. Oakland acquired Hall in the offseason for two draft picks, then signed him to a seven-year, $70 million contract.
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By RAY FRAGER | August 25, 2008
Seahawks@Chargers 8 p.m. [ESPN] It's still preseason. No Matt Hasselbeck for Seattle. No Shawne Merriman (right) for San Diego. And no Tony Kornheiser, who is reportedly taking the night off for personal reasons. But it's football, and - to quote John Keats - that is all ye know on Earth and all ye need know.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun reporter | January 7, 2008
The four survivors of wild-card weekend delivered drama, defense and enough big plays to make this an NFL week to remember. Who can forget LaDainian Tomlinson being rejected - stonewalled, really - at the goal line by Tennessee Titans linebacker Stephen Tulloch, and then, standing upright, extending the ball across the pile of bodies for a crucial touchdown yesterday as the San Diego Chargers finally won a home playoff game, 17-6? Or David Garrard's quarterback draw for 32 yards on fourth-and-two in the fourth quarter, a play that allowed the Jacksonville Jaguars to escape Pittsburgh with a pulsating 31-29 victory?
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February 11, 2006
NFL officiating needs major improvement It's very interesting that I don't hear Joey Porter and the rest of the Pittsburgh Steelers complaining about the officiating during Sunday's Super Bowl. After all the complaining in the aftermath of beating the Colts in the AFC divisional playoff game three weeks ago, I thought they were all about fairness in getting the calls correct. The Super Bowl made it painfully clear that the NFL has got to do something about the officiating. From a couple of phantom holding calls that killed Seahawks drives, to a questionable offensive pass-interference call in the end zone, to the Ben Roethlisberger "touchdown" call at the goal line, to the 15-yard low-block penalty on Matt Hasselbeck when he was trying to tackle the man with the ball, it was very interesting that every bad call went against the Seahawks.
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | January 23, 2006
SEATTLE -- For most of this month, sunshine has been a stranger in this water-logged Pacific Northwest city, but it's nothing but blue skies now for the Seattle Seahawks and their boisterous fans. Exhibiting a surgically precise offense and smothering defense, the Seahawks brushed aside the Carolina Panthers, 34-14, in the NFC championship game at thunderous Qwest Field yesterday to cruise to a Super Bowl meeting with Pittsburgh in two weeks. For Seattle (15-3), it will be the franchise's first trip to the league championship in its 30-year history.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | October 3, 2005
LANDOVER -- Quarterback controversies and health questions may not drive Joe Gibbs out of the coaching profession. Rather, the Washington Redskins' penchant for last-minute victories might. For the third consecutive game, Washington needed a thrilling finish to avoid its first loss of the season. Yesterday, rookie kicker Nick Novak of Maryland kicked a 39-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Redskins to a 20-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks at FedEx Field. After sealing a two-point victory over the Chicago Bears in Week 1 with a sack and fumble recovery and torching the Dallas Cowboys for two long touchdown passes in the final four minutes of a one-point win in Week 2, Gibbs entered yesterday's post-game conference room looking as exhausted as some of his players.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | October 3, 2005
LANDOVER -- Quarterback controversies and health questions may not drive Joe Gibbs out of the coaching profession. Rather, the Washington Redskins' penchant for last-minute victories might. For the third consecutive game, Washington needed a thrilling finish to avoid its first loss of the season. Yesterday, rookie kicker Nick Novak of Maryland kicked a 39-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Redskins to a 20-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks at FedEx Field. After sealing a two-point victory over the Chicago Bears in Week 1 with a sack and fumble recovery and torching the Dallas Cowboys for two long touchdown passes in the final four minutes of a one-point win in Week 2, Gibbs entered yesterday's post-game conference room looking as exhausted as some of his players.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 22, 1999
If the Green Bay Packers were a technology stock, they'd be taking off the way so many companies have after going public.When the Packers signed wide receiver Antonio Freeman to a seven-year $42 million deal, they put the last piece of the puzzle together for what should be as good a run as a team can have in the free-agency era.Of their 10 best players, only one of them, linebacker Brian Williams, is signed for fewer than four years. He's signed for the next three. Of their 80-man roster, only 10 players will be unrestricted free agents at the end of the year.
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December 30, 2004
Sunday Miami at Ravens DOLPHINS: Doubtful: WR Marty Booker (ankle); QB A.J. Feeley (ribs). Questionable: WR Derrius Thompson (hamstring); DE Jay Williams (knee). Probable: K Olindo Mare (right calf); C Seth McKinney (knee); TE Randy McMichael (groin/ankle); DT Mario Monds (knee); DE Jason Taylor (foot); LB Zach Thomas (hamstring); P Matt Turk (right calf). RAVENS: Out: G Edwin Mulitalo (triceps). Questionable: T Orlando Brown (knee); TE Todd Heap (ankle); DT Ma'ake Kemoeatu (calf); RB Jamal Lewis (ankle)
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By Dave Alexander | September 30, 2004
These Monday nighters are killing me. Two weeks ago I go into the final game of the week with a lead and lose on Terrell Owens' touchdown catch that wasn't a catch. Last week I go in with a lead and barely hang on to win when Clinton Portis gets dragged down just short of the goal line M-{ twice. Yeah, I know M-{ a win's a win. But it was an ugly win, a hard-on-your-heart win, an I-don't-deserve-this-win win. I'll take it, but I don't have to feel good about it. I'm 2-1 staring at 2-10, and my fortunes aren't looking up. My quarterback (Matt Hasselbeck)
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