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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
The NFL draft is four months away -- it got bumped back to May this year -- and the college football season just wrapped up. But that hasn't stopped some draft analysts from putting out early mock drafts. (It may seem a little too early to start thinking about all that, but the insatiable demand for draft information is undeniable. Watch. This blog post will be one of the most-clicked items on our website by lunchtime.) General manager Ozzie Newsome said Wednesday that the Ravens will be looking for bigger, stronger offensive linemen, a sure-handed wide receiver and an athletic safety during the offseason.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
National draft analysts have released a wave of new mock drafts after the NFL scouting combine wrapped up last week, but we continue to see many of the same names -- especially Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans and tight end Eric Ebron -- linked to the Ravens at pick No. 17 with few exceptions. Baltimore Sun reporter Matt Vensel takes a look at which prospects are being "mocked" to the Ravens: Dane Brugler, CBS Sports: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M . “The Ravens have deep threats at receiver with Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown, but could use a larger, more physical talent for Joe Flacco to target,” Brugler wrote.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2005
When Mike Evans was called up to the South River varsity as a freshman, he wanted to make an impression. He did. In his first varsity lacrosse game, he leveled an opponent and was called for a penalty. He has continued to make impressions on people, including the coaching staff at Johns Hopkins. Last fall, Evans, a defenseman, signed with Hopkins to play lacrosse. Eric Chick, an attackman who graduated from South River in 1990, is the only other Seahawk to play lacrosse at Hopkins. Evans is 6 feet 1, 200 pounds and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
Months before the NFL draft launches in May, the Ravens are unofficially on the clock. The Ravens are in major need of reinforcements, particularly at wide receiver, offensive line and tight end, after a disappointing 8-8 season in which they failed to qualify for the playoffs for the first time since the 2007 season. As the Ravens arrived Wednesday at the NFL scouting combine to evaluate college football prospects, draft analysts are praising this incoming rookie class as the kind that can provide an immediate influx of talent.
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December 23, 2006
JERRY BERNS, 99 21 Club proprietor Jerry Berns, a proprietor of the 21 Club for a half-century and the last link to the restaurant's past as Manhattan's most celebrated speakeasy, died Thursday in Rancho Mirage, Calif. For the better part of the 20th century, Mr. Berns and his two partners were the faces of 21. He received the most powerful people in the nation as they arrived at the restaurant, housed in a brownstone at 21 W. 52nd St. The club, which opened on New Year's Eve of 1929, served as a glamorous speakeasy in the Prohibition era. Despite numerous police raids, its owners were never caught operating an illegal bar, thanks to an ingenious system of levers used to tip the shelves of the bar down a chute.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
National draft analysts have released a wave of new mock drafts after the NFL scouting combine wrapped up last week, but we continue to see many of the same names -- especially Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans and tight end Eric Ebron -- linked to the Ravens at pick No. 17 with few exceptions. Baltimore Sun reporter Matt Vensel takes a look at which prospects are being "mocked" to the Ravens: Dane Brugler, CBS Sports: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M . “The Ravens have deep threats at receiver with Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown, but could use a larger, more physical talent for Joe Flacco to target,” Brugler wrote.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 10, 1997
North County pitchers Chris Jackson and Scott Simmering combined for a no-hitter yesterday but the Knights lost, 5-4, to visiting Queen Anne's in a Class 4A East region playoff."
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November 14, 2007
11 Teams with 10-0 records in the 64-team field (divided among four classifications) for the state football tournament. No. 4 Arundel is one of them. The Wildcats became the 14th Anne Arundel team with at least a nine-game schedule to go unbeaten in regular season when they won 26-7 at South River on Friday. 15 Touchdown catches this season by Broadneck's J.J. Hicks, who has tied North County's Corey Wright (1996) for the county record. Wright's 15 touchdowns also was a state record that he shared with two other receivers until this season.
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By Matt Vensel | February 11, 2014
The NFL scouting combine is in a couple of weeks, unofficially starting the league's silly season. But even though the NFL draft is still three long months away, draft analysts continue to update their mock drafts.   The last time I rounded up a few notable mock drafts, back in early January , many draft analysts linked the Ravens to Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans, whose size and strong hands could make him a fit. This time around, I read several mock drafts that had the Ravens taking Evans with their first-round pick.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 5, 1995
There's some good news for the county's unsung heroes to start this Sunday's sports smorgasbrowse.County athletic directors, who perform full-time jobs on part-time hours and salaries, might get a break.The county school board plans to take a serious look at the position of athletic director to see what can be done for them. Athletic directors have a lot of responsibilities and stress. To do the job right, they must take it home with them.The county in recent years did implement the hiring of aides and assistant athletic directors, but the need for the AD to be full time is still there.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
The Ravens are optimistic they will find the type of wide receiver they are looking for this offseason. And after listening to Mike Mayock's conference call on Tuesday, you can see why they are so confident. The respected NFL Network analyst feels this is “the best wide receiver draft” that he has “seen in years.” The top wide receiver in Mayock's eyes is Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins, but he predicts that Watkins will be “long gone” before the Ravens are on the clock with the 17th overall pick in May's draft.
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By Matt Vensel | February 11, 2014
The NFL scouting combine is in a couple of weeks, unofficially starting the league's silly season. But even though the NFL draft is still three long months away, draft analysts continue to update their mock drafts.   The last time I rounded up a few notable mock drafts, back in early January , many draft analysts linked the Ravens to Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans, whose size and strong hands could make him a fit. This time around, I read several mock drafts that had the Ravens taking Evans with their first-round pick.
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Mike Preston | February 10, 2014
Despite the team's failure to make the NFL playoffs for the first time in six years, an overhaul of the offensive coaching staff and possible salary cap problems, ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. believes the Ravens could be serious contenders again in 2014. Really. Kiper has been splicing film and watching video of college football's elite since April, and says this year's draft is strong and deep enough for the Ravens to fill holes that were left from last year's 8-8 season.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
The NFL draft is four months away -- it got bumped back to May this year -- and the college football season just wrapped up. But that hasn't stopped some draft analysts from putting out early mock drafts. (It may seem a little too early to start thinking about all that, but the insatiable demand for draft information is undeniable. Watch. This blog post will be one of the most-clicked items on our website by lunchtime.) General manager Ozzie Newsome said Wednesday that the Ravens will be looking for bigger, stronger offensive linemen, a sure-handed wide receiver and an athletic safety during the offseason.
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November 14, 2007
11 Teams with 10-0 records in the 64-team field (divided among four classifications) for the state football tournament. No. 4 Arundel is one of them. The Wildcats became the 14th Anne Arundel team with at least a nine-game schedule to go unbeaten in regular season when they won 26-7 at South River on Friday. 15 Touchdown catches this season by Broadneck's J.J. Hicks, who has tied North County's Corey Wright (1996) for the county record. Wright's 15 touchdowns also was a state record that he shared with two other receivers until this season.
NEWS
December 23, 2006
JERRY BERNS, 99 21 Club proprietor Jerry Berns, a proprietor of the 21 Club for a half-century and the last link to the restaurant's past as Manhattan's most celebrated speakeasy, died Thursday in Rancho Mirage, Calif. For the better part of the 20th century, Mr. Berns and his two partners were the faces of 21. He received the most powerful people in the nation as they arrived at the restaurant, housed in a brownstone at 21 W. 52nd St. The club, which opened on New Year's Eve of 1929, served as a glamorous speakeasy in the Prohibition era. Despite numerous police raids, its owners were never caught operating an illegal bar, thanks to an ingenious system of levers used to tip the shelves of the bar down a chute.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
Months before the NFL draft launches in May, the Ravens are unofficially on the clock. The Ravens are in major need of reinforcements, particularly at wide receiver, offensive line and tight end, after a disappointing 8-8 season in which they failed to qualify for the playoffs for the first time since the 2007 season. As the Ravens arrived Wednesday at the NFL scouting combine to evaluate college football prospects, draft analysts are praising this incoming rookie class as the kind that can provide an immediate influx of talent.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 21, 2003
T.J. Swanson has raised more than a few eyebrows by bursting onto the scene to rank among the state's passing leaders. But to those who witnessed the South Carroll quarterback's poise and athleticism during spring camps and combines, his status comes as no surprise. After a season during which he intercepted six passes and earned second-team All-Metro honors as a cornerback, Swanson already was being recruited as a defensive back by Division I-AA programs when he reported to the Maryland Coaches' Association Elite Camp in Prince George's in May. But Swanson turned heads at the combine with his superb showing in agility drills.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2005
When Mike Evans was called up to the South River varsity as a freshman, he wanted to make an impression. He did. In his first varsity lacrosse game, he leveled an opponent and was called for a penalty. He has continued to make impressions on people, including the coaching staff at Johns Hopkins. Last fall, Evans, a defenseman, signed with Hopkins to play lacrosse. Eric Chick, an attackman who graduated from South River in 1990, is the only other Seahawk to play lacrosse at Hopkins. Evans is 6 feet 1, 200 pounds and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 21, 2003
T.J. Swanson has raised more than a few eyebrows by bursting onto the scene to rank among the state's passing leaders. But to those who witnessed the South Carroll quarterback's poise and athleticism during spring camps and combines, his status comes as no surprise. After a season during which he intercepted six passes and earned second-team All-Metro honors as a cornerback, Swanson already was being recruited as a defensive back by Division I-AA programs when he reported to the Maryland Coaches' Association Elite Camp in Prince George's in May. But Swanson turned heads at the combine with his superb showing in agility drills.
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