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February 6, 2005
On February 2, 2005, CLARENCE JOHN MAYBIN, JR., devoted husband of Anita R. Maybin. On Sunday, friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICE, 5151 Baltimore National Pike, from 4 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mr. Maybin will lie instate at Grace AME Church, 67M-l Winters Lane, where the family will receive friends from 11 A. M to 11:30 11 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-233-2400.
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By Everett Cook, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2012
Keion Carpenter walks through the gates of his former high school, Woodlawn, making his way to a tunnel under the bleachers. He has made this walk hundreds of times before, including places like the Georgia Dome in Atlanta and Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech. The retired NFL defensive back who now runs the Shutdown Academy - a non-profit academic institution that offers sports - bobs his head to the Jay-Z blaring from the speakers on the field and watches a 12-year-old from New Jersey break out on a long run. Carpenter walks over to the sidelines to join the other two Shutdown Academy founders, current New York Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin and Houston Texans wide receiver Bryant Johnson, snapping pictures with kids and talking football with adults who used to watch him every Sunday in the fall.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | October 18, 2005
From his position on stage in Mount Hebron's half-filled auditorium yesterday, Aaron Maybin saw faces that made him recall a difficult childhood past, marvel at his journey toward overcoming it and ponder a bright future. Just a few moments earlier, the crowd had watched the deep-voiced, 6-foot-4, 230-pound defensive end-linebacker prospect announce his intentions to accept a full athletic scholarship to Penn State, ending a hotly contested battle for the Baltimore area's No. 1 football recruit that included Florida, Virginia Tech, Virginia, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Maryland.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2010
The gnashing of teeth is well under way in Buffalo, and it isn't just isolated to the Bills' 0-5 record. Fans there are still seething that when Buffalo pays a visit to M&T Bank Stadium to meet the Ravens this Sunday, the team will play against a pair of Ravens who could have been wearing Bills jerseys. In 2006, the organization used the eighth overall pick in the NFL draft to select strong safety Donte Whitner . Four picks later, the Ravens took defensive tackle Haloti Ngata . In 2009, Buffalo selected defensive end/linebacker Aaron Maybin with the 11th overall choice.
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By MILTON KENT | November 11, 2005
Sometimes, the hoary and quaint concept of a sports team as family can be taken a little too far, but don't tell that to Catonsville running back Jaren Maybin. Maybin, one of the state's leading rushers, truly believes that his Comets teammates are like kin, from the way they stretch and work out together - varsity and junior varsity - to the way his blockers stick around to watch and listen to him being interviewed by a reporter. "We're a lot tighter as a team," Maybin said. "We hang out all the time.
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By David Steele | April 26, 2009
LARGO -Aaron Maybin never thought for a second about accepting the NFL's invitation to be on site when his name was called at Radio City Music Hall on Saturday. Not unless the NFL, or somebody else, could figure out a way to fit 500 relatives, friends and extended family members into the building. "I think you can look around and see the kind of support I have in here. Believe me, it was a no-brainer," Maybin said, exhausted but still giddy an hour after his dream came true in the NFL draft.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | November 20, 2005
Having missed out on a chance to impress college recruiters at the prestigious Nike Camp due to a scheduling snafu last April, Catonsville's Jaren Maybin is trying to make up for a lost opportunity. He made a big impression in yesterday's 21-0 rout of previously unbeaten Carver in a Class 3A North regional semifinal at Poly. It was an effort rival coach Ron Frierson said "reminded me of [former NFL great] Jim Brown." Maybin rushed for 262 yards on 45 carries and scores of 1, 4 and 28 yards, the latter ending an 11-play, 88-yard drive with 5:20 left to play.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun reporter | September 21, 2005
Catonsville's Jaren Maybin has done a fine job of making up for a lost opportunity. Having missed out on a chance to impress scouts at the prestigious Nike Camp this past April due to a scheduling mix-up, the senior running back has wasted little time resuming his dominance on the field. In the Comets' season-opening 26-22 victory over neighborhood rival Western Tech on Sept. 9, Maybin rushed for 198 yards and three touchdowns on 38 carries. In Friday night's 49-0 rout of Patapsco, Maybin had 150 yards and three touchdowns on only seven carries before being lifted for the game - in the first quarter.
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November 23, 2005
Jaren Maybin, a 5-foot-10, 180-pounder, carried the ball 45 times for 262 yards and scores of 1, 4 and 28 yards in Saturday's 21-0, Class 3A North regional semifinal victory over previously unbeaten Baltimore City Division II champion Carver (10-1). Maybin's effort raised his single-season rushing total to a state-leading 2,235 yards and 25 touchdowns, eclipsing the school record of 2,009 established in 1999 by Steve Matthews. Maybin's effort came on the heels of a season-high 264-yard, two-touchdown effort in a 17-14 overtime win over Baltimore County 4A-3A League rival Woodlawn, a game in which his 51 carries were two shy of the state mark of 53 accomplished by Gilman's Malcolm Ruff in 2000.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | October 14, 2005
Mount Hebron's Aaron Maybin, among the nation's top defensive end-linebacker recruits, will hold a news conference at his school on Monday, when he is expected to announce his decision to attend Penn State on a full football scholarship, according to sources familiar with the player's decision. The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder, whose seven sacks in five games leads the Vikings, apparently had been leaning heavily toward accepting an offer from Florida, which is coached by the youngish Urban Meyer and which allows "more freedom to rush the passer" than Penn State, coached by aging Joe Paterno, traditionally does.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | October 21, 2010
Age: 22 Hometown: Baltimore Education: Mt. Hebron High School and Penn State University Professional: NFL defensive-end/linebacker for the Buffalo Bills Community works: His charitable fund, Project Mayhem, promotes art education among inner-city youth. In February, Maybin will host his annual winter 'Celebration of the Arts,' which includes visits to local schools, an art workshop for children at area hospitals, and a benefit dinner. For more information, go to his website, aaronmaybin.
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By Donna M. Owens, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2010
You might say that Aaron Maybin is on top of the world. Indeed, from the lofty perch of his new condo at the Inner Harbor, the 22-year-old NFL player has a panoramic view of the city he calls home. "Oh man, I love it," said Maybin, a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills who was born in Baltimore and went to school in Ellicott City. "To live downtown, to wake up and look out at the harbor, it's incredible. " Maybin, a standout at Mt. Hebron High School and an All American at Penn State University, was selected as the NFL's 11th overall draft pick in 2009.
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By The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2010
Sitting on the steps of the high school where he began to fashion his own career in football, Keion Carpenter paused to remember the phone calls he got last fall from the high school students looking to follow his path from inner-city Baltimore to NFL glory. The questions the former Woodlawn High School star answered weren't about the nuances of a zone blitz. They didn't focus on offseason conditioning or film study. In fact, the questions were more about the SAT than they were the X's and O's. "'Coach, I just got this letter from this school and this school, what should I do?
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By David Steele | April 26, 2009
LARGO -Aaron Maybin never thought for a second about accepting the NFL's invitation to be on site when his name was called at Radio City Music Hall on Saturday. Not unless the NFL, or somebody else, could figure out a way to fit 500 relatives, friends and extended family members into the building. "I think you can look around and see the kind of support I have in here. Believe me, it was a no-brainer," Maybin said, exhausted but still giddy an hour after his dream came true in the NFL draft.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | April 26, 2009
The Ravens did the unexpected Saturday - something team officials never envisioned before the start of the NFL draft - when they moved up to select Mississippi offensive tackle Michael Oher with the 23rd overall pick. While many predicted the Ravens would target other positions in the first round - tight end, wide receiver, cornerback and inside linebacker - they reacted aggressively to grab Oher, trading a fifth-round pick to the New England Patriots to jump three spots. Oher (pronounced oar)
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,ken.murray@baltsun.com | April 20, 2009
At first glance, the path Aaron Maybin took to the NFL draft seems stunning and capricious. The Ellicott City native stayed just three years at Penn State, only one as a starter and that after a teammate was suspended early in the season. But surprise and caprice played almost no role in the making of Maybin, a 21-year-old defensive end-linebacker whose explosive first step will carry him into the first round of Saturday's draft. Not when his father covered more than 40,000 miles in a van he bought specifically for the purpose of investigating potential colleges for his son. Not when the elder Maybin factored in Aaron's leg room in the van before making the purchase.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,ken.murray@baltsun.com | April 20, 2009
At first glance, the path Aaron Maybin took to the NFL draft seems stunning and capricious. The Ellicott City native stayed just three years at Penn State, only one as a starter and that after a teammate was suspended early in the season. But surprise and caprice played almost no role in the making of Maybin, a 21-year-old defensive end-linebacker whose explosive first step will carry him into the first round of Saturday's draft. Not when his father covered more than 40,000 miles in a van he bought specifically for the purpose of investigating potential colleges for his son. Not when the elder Maybin factored in Aaron's leg room in the van before making the purchase.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2005
As they neared the end of their road trip to Penn State University's Nike Camp for football prospects in late April, Michael Maybin reminded his son, Aaron, what they had been through together in life. When Aaron was 6, his mother, Connie, died while giving birth to his younger sister, also named Connie. Aaron struggled emotionally for the next seven months. One of the things that helped his healing was his eventual stepmother, Violette, teaching him how to read The Lion King. It was no small feat for a boy who had trouble translating written words.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | February 24, 2009
INDIANAPOLIS -Deon Butler did not take the conventional path to the all-time receptions record at Penn State. His scholarship offer was pulled back and used to bring in another recruit. He started as a walk-on defensive back from Woodbridge, Va. And he had the No. 1 recruit in the nation, Derrick Williams, in front of him when the Nittany Lions moved him to wide receiver as a freshman. By the time Butler's college career ended last month, his 179 catches had eclipsed Bobby Engram's school record.
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By FROM SUN STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES | January 14, 2009
Chiefs hire Pats' Pioli to be general manager nfl Scott Pioli, who helped build and lead a dynasty in New England, is now in charge of a Kansas City franchise that hasn't won a playoff game in 14 years. Pioli, 43, will be introduced today as Chiefs general manager, replacing Carl Peterson. "He will have complete charge of football operations," said Ryan Petkoff, an assistant to Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt. "He will report only to Clark." The fate of coach Herm Edwards and his staff was not known.
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