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November 28, 1999
Philadelphia (3-8) at Washington (6-4)Time: 1 p.m., chs. 5, 43.Line: Redskins by 10 1/2.Vs. spread: Eagles 6-5; Redskins 5-5.Last week: Eagles lost to Colts, 44-17. Redskins beat Giants, 23-13.Series: Redskins lead 69-54-5.Last meeting: Eagles won, 35-28, on Nov. 14, at Philadelphia.Outlook: Two weeks ago, the Eagles stunned the Redskins in rookie QB Donovan McNabb's starting debut. McNabb passed for only 60 yards, but the Eagles forced six turnovers as they beat the Redskins for the 11th time in their past 14 meetings.
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Philadelphia (3-8) at Washington (6-4)Time: 1 p.m., chs. 5, 43.Line: Redskins by 10 1/2.Vs. spread: Eagles 6-5; Redskins 5-5.Last week: Eagles lost to Colts, 44-17. Redskins beat Giants, 23-13.Series: Redskins lead 69-54-5.Last meeting: Eagles won, 35-28, on Nov. 14, at Philadelphia.Outlook: Two weeks ago, the Eagles stunned the Redskins in rookie QB Donovan McNabb's starting debut. McNabb passed for only 60 yards, but the Eagles forced six turnovers as they beat the Redskins for the 11th time in their past 14 meetings.
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By Mike Preston | December 24, 1995
Site: Jacksonville (Fla.) StadiumTime: 1 p.m.TV/Radio: NoneRecords: Browns 5-10; Jaguars 3-12Line: Browns by 4Last week: The Browns broke a six-game losing streak with a 26-10 win against the Cincinnati Bengals, the team the Browns beat in October before their six-game losing streak began; the playoff-bound Detroit Lions routed the Jaguars, 44-0.Last meeting: Jaguars won, 23-15, on Oct. 22.The series: Jaguars lead, 1-0On the sidelines: Browns coach Bill Belichick, in his fifth season, is 37-44.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1996
Ravens vice president of football personnel Ozzie Newsome said yesterday that he expects 25 percent in roster turnover by next season, and that the figure could reach as high as 40.Newsome said the 25 percent figure is about the average for the league. The Ravens will have 12 free agents at the end of this season and are expected to sign seven draft picks.Newsome said the team won't begin serious evaluation of the players until the second week of January. He also said the last three weeks won't have much bearing on the evaluations because the players have been giving good efforts all season.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston and Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 18, 1996
Starting outside linebacker Mike Caldwell may have suffered a setback in his comeback attempt yesterday.Caldwell, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair articular cartilage damage on Sept. 19, made it through three quarters of yesterday's full gear practice before removing his shoulder pads and going into the locker and training rooms for treatment.Caldwell, who was having a solid season before getting hurt, was expected to start Sunday against the Denver Broncos."I think the guy who took a step backward today was Mike Caldwell.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1996
Riddled by injuries, demoralized on defense and on the verge of falling out of any semblance of playoff contention as the season reaches its midpoint, the Ravens are itching to reverse their 0-for-October slide on Sunday.And who is better suited to stitch their wounds than the St. Louis Rams?The 2-5 Rams will visit Memorial Stadium on Sunday, when the 2-5 Ravens hope to win for the first time in four weeks.Identical records aside, the Ravens are counting on three factors -- veteran experience, home-field advantage and the proven ability to move the ball -- as trump cards against St. Louis, which has yet to stop anybody.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1996
Ravens vice president of football personnel Ozzie Newsome said yesterday that he expects 25 percent in roster turnover by next season, and that the figure could reach as high as 40.Newsome said the 25 percent figure is about the average for the league. The Ravens will have 12 free agents at the end of this season and are expected to sign seven draft picks.Newsome said the team won't begin serious evaluation of the players until the second week of January. He also said the last three weeks won't have much bearing on the evaluations because the players have been giving good efforts all season.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1996
Today is D-day for a number of injured Ravens.Thursday is the most physical practice day of the week, and coach Ted Marchibroda will get a gauge on injured outside linebacker Mike Caldwell (knee), tight end Eric Green (knee), safety Eric Turner (ankle) and defensive end Rick Lyle (leg).Caldwell and Turner are starters."We're very high on Mike and hoping Eric [Turner] will get in some work tomorrow, D-day, and we'll see how he feels," Marchibroda said. "Eric's situation will be day to day."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1996
DENVER -- A week ago, after the Ravens lost to the Indianapolis Colts, several players and coach Ted Marchibroda proclaimed they had come together as a team.Today at 4 p.m., the Ravens (2-4) should find out if they indeed have come together, or if they were just trying to put a positive spin on an agonizing loss, when they meet the Denver Broncos (5-1) at Mile High Stadium.The Ravens, despite losing two starters on the defensive line for the season, played perhaps their best game in the 26-21 loss to Indianapolis.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | September 14, 1996
Jeff Blackshear will start in place of injured right guard Wally Williams tomorrow when the Ravens face the Oilers at the Astrodome in Houston.Williams, a three-year starter, sprained an ankle during Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Williams practiced yesterday for the first time this week, but Blackshear took most of the repetitions with the first team."We have the bye next week so I guess they see it as a chance let me fully heal," said Williams. "But I don't see myself sitting down unless they tell me to."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Roch Eric Kubatko and Vito Stellino contributed to this article | December 2, 1996
James Jones recorded only one tackle in yesterday's 31-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but the contributions of the 6-foot-2, 290-pound nose tackle go deeper than the stat sheet.Jones spent most of the day tying up Pittsburgh All-Pro center Dermontti Dawson, and freeing up linebackers like Ray Lewis (eight tackles) and Mike Caldwell (six) to contain Steelers running back Jerome Bettis. After rushing for 57 yards in the opening quarter, Bettis was held to 48 yards the rest of the way.Jones also had to fight through a rough second half, after he suffered an ankle injury during the Steelers' opening possession early in the third quarter.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1996
Ravens vice president Ozzie Newsome and coach Ted Marchibroda are as disappointed with the team's 3-5 record midway through the season as the players and fans are.They offer few excuses, just optimism."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1996
Riddled by injuries, demoralized on defense and on the verge of falling out of any semblance of playoff contention as the season reaches its midpoint, the Ravens are itching to reverse their 0-for-October slide on Sunday.And who is better suited to stitch their wounds than the St. Louis Rams?The 2-5 Rams will visit Memorial Stadium on Sunday, when the 2-5 Ravens hope to win for the first time in four weeks.Identical records aside, the Ravens are counting on three factors -- veteran experience, home-field advantage and the proven ability to move the ball -- as trump cards against St. Louis, which has yet to stop anybody.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1996
Perhaps the Ravens should put aside the usual promotions and turn to something more daring for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams. How about the first 20 or so fans who enter the gates at Memorial Stadium be allowed to suit up and play?A healthy body is a healthy body. The Ravens are in no position to be picky.Offensive linemen Jonathan Ogden and Steve Everitt are the latest casualties. Ogden sprained his knee midway through the second quarter of Sunday's 45-34 loss in Denver, and Everitt left in the fourth quarter with a torn pectoral muscle.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 21, 1996
DENVER -- The Ravens' defense was as thin as the air surrounding Denver's Mile High Stadium yesterday.It began the game without four starters and with a new defensive scheme, and left confused after surrendering 548 yards of total offense and six touchdowns.In case one has missed the last three weeks of Ravens football, the replay was on display before 70,453 yesterday in the Denver Broncos' 45-34 victory.On a day when quarterback Vinny Testaverde completed 27 of 45 passes for 338 yards and four touchdowns against a defense ranked No. 1 in the AFC and No. 3 in the league, the Ravens' defense turned in another dud.Broncos quarterback John Elway, who completed 25 of 39 passes for 326 yards, ended the marathon shootout with a 9-yard touchdown run with 1 minute, 16 seconds remaining.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1996
DENVER -- A week ago, after the Ravens lost to the Indianapolis Colts, several players and coach Ted Marchibroda proclaimed they had come together as a team.Today at 4 p.m., the Ravens (2-4) should find out if they indeed have come together, or if they were just trying to put a positive spin on an agonizing loss, when they meet the Denver Broncos (5-1) at Mile High Stadium.The Ravens, despite losing two starters on the defensive line for the season, played perhaps their best game in the 26-21 loss to Indianapolis.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | September 15, 1996
HOUSTON -- It's only the third week of the NFL season and the Ravens are using such phrases as "character building" and "gut check."The Ravens' game against the Houston Oilers at the Astrodome today could have playoff ramifications, and definitely postseason intensity.The Oilers are 1-1, an inexperienced team looking for a second consecutive win and more confidence. The Ravens (1-1) had their psyche hurt last week when they were pummeled by the defending AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-17.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1996
The Ravens returned to practice yesterday after taking two days off, and the team heads into its bye weekend on a sour note after losing linebacker Mike Caldwell to a knee injury.Caldwell had arthroscopic surgery yesterday to repair chipped cartilage, and will miss four to six weeks. Caldwell, fourth on the team with 20 tackles and tied for the team lead with two sacks, will be replaced at weak-side linebacker by Jerrol Williams.Caldwell's loss leaves the Ravens with five linebackers. The team has signed linebacker Dexter Daniels, drafted in the sixth round, to their one-man practice squad.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston and Gary Lambrecht and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 18, 1996
Starting outside linebacker Mike Caldwell may have suffered a setback in his comeback attempt yesterday.Caldwell, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair articular cartilage damage on Sept. 19, made it through three quarters of yesterday's full gear practice before removing his shoulder pads and going into the locker and training rooms for treatment.Caldwell, who was having a solid season before getting hurt, was expected to start Sunday against the Denver Broncos."I think the guy who took a step backward today was Mike Caldwell.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1996
Today is D-day for a number of injured Ravens.Thursday is the most physical practice day of the week, and coach Ted Marchibroda will get a gauge on injured outside linebacker Mike Caldwell (knee), tight end Eric Green (knee), safety Eric Turner (ankle) and defensive end Rick Lyle (leg).Caldwell and Turner are starters."We're very high on Mike and hoping Eric [Turner] will get in some work tomorrow, D-day, and we'll see how he feels," Marchibroda said. "Eric's situation will be day to day."
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