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January 30, 2006
Good morning --Matt Millen-- On Sunday, Ford Field will finally be filled with fans who don't want you fired.
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Sports on TV | October 8, 2013
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS F1 Korean Grand Prix (T) CSN11:30 a.m. MLB play. ALDS: Oakland@Detroit, Gm. 3 (T) MLBNoon ALDS: Oakland@Detroit, Gm. 4 TBS5 ALDS: Boston@Tampa Bay, Gm. 4 TBS8:30 NBA pre. Oklahoma City vs. Philadelphia NBA3 Brooklyn@Washington NBA7 Denver@Los Angeles NBA10 Brooklyn@Washington (T) NBA3 a.m. NFL A Football Life: Matt Millen (T) NFL9, midnight A Football Life: Matt Millen - Backstory NFL10 NFL Films: Sweet Moves (T)
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By Ken Murray | October 12, 2008
THE TOP FIVE 1 Giants Brandon Jacobs is a runaway truck. 2 Titans Kerry Collins put his Ravens nightmare to bed. 3 Redskins No offensive turnovers through five games. 4 Steelers Their bye comes at an opportune point. 5 Cowboys Playing like a team of strangers. THE BOTTOM FIVE 28 Bengals Two straight near misses vs. NFC East. 29 Chiefs After a bye, Brodie Croyle comes back. 30 Texans Collapsed against the Colts. 31 Lions They did Matt Millen a favor. 32 Rams It wasn't just the coach.
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By Ken Murray | October 12, 2008
THE TOP FIVE 1 Giants Brandon Jacobs is a runaway truck. 2 Titans Kerry Collins put his Ravens nightmare to bed. 3 Redskins No offensive turnovers through five games. 4 Steelers Their bye comes at an opportune point. 5 Cowboys Playing like a team of strangers. THE BOTTOM FIVE 28 Bengals Two straight near misses vs. NFC East. 29 Chiefs After a bye, Brodie Croyle comes back. 30 Texans Collapsed against the Colts. 31 Lions They did Matt Millen a favor. 32 Rams It wasn't just the coach.
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Sports on TV | October 8, 2013
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS F1 Korean Grand Prix (T) CSN11:30 a.m. MLB play. ALDS: Oakland@Detroit, Gm. 3 (T) MLBNoon ALDS: Oakland@Detroit, Gm. 4 TBS5 ALDS: Boston@Tampa Bay, Gm. 4 TBS8:30 NBA pre. Oklahoma City vs. Philadelphia NBA3 Brooklyn@Washington NBA7 Denver@Los Angeles NBA10 Brooklyn@Washington (T) NBA3 a.m. NFL A Football Life: Matt Millen (T) NFL9, midnight A Football Life: Matt Millen - Backstory NFL10 NFL Films: Sweet Moves (T)
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By BILL ORDINE | June 24, 2008
The Tampa Bay Lightning, one of the NHL's worst teams last season, has new ownership that believes it can achieve the type of quick turnaround that the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers pulled off. So to head up this endeavor, word is that the Lightning will name ESPN hockey analyst Barry Melrose as the coach today. The last and only time that Melrose coached in the NHL was from 1992 to 1995 (2 1/2 seasons), and the Kings did go to the Stanley Cup Finals once, losing to the Montreal Canadiens.
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By From Baltimore Sun news services | October 6, 2008
Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards went down with a concussion on the third play of the game against the Arizona Cardinals yesterday. Safety Adrian Wilson blitzed untouched and leveled the second-year quarterback, slamming him to the ground. Edwards, who had directed Buffalo to a 4-0 record, lay on the ground for several minutes before being helped to the sideline. He was carted off the field, and the Bills reported a short time later that he had a concussion. Edwards completed a 13-yard pass to James Hardy just before he was hit by Wilson.
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By Milton Kent | August 18, 2000
Lately, a lot of receivers and tight ends have been gunning for Matt Millen. That statement was certainly true during Millen's 12-year linebacking career with the Raiders, 49ers and Redskins, but in the nine years since he hung up his cleats, the broadcasting booth has afforded him a lot of safety. However, in preparation for his stint Sunday as an umpire in the Tampa Bay-New England preseason game (Channel 45, 4 p.m.) Millen has been visiting training camps, including the Ravens', to get a handle on officiating.
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By Milton Kent | September 3, 1999
It's safe to pencil television analyst Brian Baldinger in on what seems to be a growing list of football people who are impressed with new Ravens coach Brian Billick.Baldinger, who will do color for today's Ravens exhibition season closer against the New York Giants (Channel 13, 1: 30 p.m.), said Billick can be the man to move the Ravens in among the NFL's elite, though probably not this year."He thinks he can get nine wins out of this team, and that might get them on the cusp of the playoffs," Baldinger said.
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By MILTON KENT | July 25, 1997
The sweat is flyin', pads are makin' contact and monosyllabic grunts are in the air. That can only mean that it's time again for another season of that curious American spectacle, football.From now until early February (may the saints preserve us), we'll be treated to hourly updates on this team's quarterback situation or that team's use of the 3-4 defense.Between now and the merciful end of the Stupor Bowl, the weekly pre-game shows and the daily "SportsCenter" will feature some disaffected running back who declares that neither the front office nor the fans truly understands what he's all about, as well as a teed-off defensive back who will tell any microphone that will spread the word that no one respects him because opponents constantly throw to his side.
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By From Baltimore Sun news services | October 6, 2008
Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards went down with a concussion on the third play of the game against the Arizona Cardinals yesterday. Safety Adrian Wilson blitzed untouched and leveled the second-year quarterback, slamming him to the ground. Edwards, who had directed Buffalo to a 4-0 record, lay on the ground for several minutes before being helped to the sideline. He was carted off the field, and the Bills reported a short time later that he had a concussion. Edwards completed a 13-yard pass to James Hardy just before he was hit by Wilson.
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By BILL ORDINE | June 24, 2008
The Tampa Bay Lightning, one of the NHL's worst teams last season, has new ownership that believes it can achieve the type of quick turnaround that the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers pulled off. So to head up this endeavor, word is that the Lightning will name ESPN hockey analyst Barry Melrose as the coach today. The last and only time that Melrose coached in the NHL was from 1992 to 1995 (2 1/2 seasons), and the Kings did go to the Stanley Cup Finals once, losing to the Montreal Canadiens.
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January 30, 2006
Good morning --Matt Millen-- On Sunday, Ford Field will finally be filled with fans who don't want you fired.
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By Milton Kent | August 18, 2000
Lately, a lot of receivers and tight ends have been gunning for Matt Millen. That statement was certainly true during Millen's 12-year linebacking career with the Raiders, 49ers and Redskins, but in the nine years since he hung up his cleats, the broadcasting booth has afforded him a lot of safety. However, in preparation for his stint Sunday as an umpire in the Tampa Bay-New England preseason game (Channel 45, 4 p.m.) Millen has been visiting training camps, including the Ravens', to get a handle on officiating.
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By Milton Kent | September 3, 1999
It's safe to pencil television analyst Brian Baldinger in on what seems to be a growing list of football people who are impressed with new Ravens coach Brian Billick.Baldinger, who will do color for today's Ravens exhibition season closer against the New York Giants (Channel 13, 1: 30 p.m.), said Billick can be the man to move the Ravens in among the NFL's elite, though probably not this year."He thinks he can get nine wins out of this team, and that might get them on the cusp of the playoffs," Baldinger said.
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By Milton Kent | August 6, 1998
Ever had the feeling that you were unnoticed? Well, if you've watched big sporting events in a bar, or a college dorm, or in a hotel, or at a party, the networks have felt for years that you weren't noticed, either.For the first time, Nielsen Media Research, the giant ratings measurer, has quantified the number of people who watch cable television in so-called "out-of-home" locations and released their findings this week.The result: ESPN received a 9 percent increase in its adult male audience with as many as 4 million more viewers watching the worldwide leader each week.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | January 22, 1992
MINNEAPOLIS -- The query was put to Matt Millen because, of all the Redskins, only he would answer honestly: Are his teammates intentionally boring, or is the condition genetic?"
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By MILTON KENT | July 25, 1997
The sweat is flyin', pads are makin' contact and monosyllabic grunts are in the air. That can only mean that it's time again for another season of that curious American spectacle, football.From now until early February (may the saints preserve us), we'll be treated to hourly updates on this team's quarterback situation or that team's use of the 3-4 defense.Between now and the merciful end of the Stupor Bowl, the weekly pre-game shows and the daily "SportsCenter" will feature some disaffected running back who declares that neither the front office nor the fans truly understands what he's all about, as well as a teed-off defensive back who will tell any microphone that will spread the word that no one respects him because opponents constantly throw to his side.
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