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By EDWARD LEE | August 4, 2007
Except for a brief period on the Jacksonville Jaguars' practice squad, center Mike Flynn has spent most of his 10-year NFL career as a member of the the Ravens. How does it feel to be one of six players left from the 2000 Super Bowl-winning team? It's scary, but I guess good, too. It's different. Things have really changed this year and last year with big turnover. But I guess for the guys that are still here, it's a testament to being able to stand the test of time. We have to use our experience to help these young guys and try to get back to the Super Bowl before they kick us out of the league.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 26, 2013
Let's get it out on the table. Members of the Ravens team that capped the 2000 season by winning Super Bowl XXXV are thrilled that the current squad is competing for the Lombardi Trophy on Feb. 3. "These guys have earned the right to be in the Super Bowl," former Ravens linebacker Brad Jackson said. "Hopefully, after 60 minutes next Sunday, they'll join us behind the velvet rope as Baltimore Ravens world champions. We embrace that. It's been far too long since the city of Baltimore has gotten to call ourselves world champions again.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | September 4, 2007
While Ravens center Mike Flynn was doing a television interview in the locker room, receiver Derrick Mason decided to have some fun. "Have you heard about what they're doing with Mike Flynn?" Mason shouted only a few feet away from where the camera was pointed at the 10-year veteran. "They're going to move Chris Chester from right guard to center. They're going to put Flynn out to pasture." RAVENS@BENGALS Season opener, Monday, 7 p.m., ESPN, Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Bengals by 2 1/2
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By Jeff Zrebiec | April 30, 2012
As the names kept flying off the board and the 2012 draft grew later and later, James Carmon thought back to a phone call that he had gotten earlier in the day. He was stressed and struggling to remain patient, but the words of Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller kept reverberating in his head. The Ravens were interested , Moeller told him. At that moment, that's all that mattered. “If I didn't get picked, I already knew that's where I wanted to be,” said Carmon, a 6-foot-6, 330 pound offensive tackle who went to high school at Baltimore's City College before playing college football at Mississippi State.
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November 30, 2007
Last week, we asked which Raven should retire after this season. The results: Steve McNair (67 percent) Jonathan Ogden (26.6 percent) Mike Flynn (5.3 percent) Matt Stover (1.1 percent) This week's question: What will be the Ravens' final record? A. 4-12 B. 5-11 C. 6-10 D. 7-9 To vote, go to baltimoresun.com/ravenspoll
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September 9, 2004
OFFENSE FB 39 Alan Ricard 34 Ovie Mughelli QB 7 Kyle Boller 10 Kordell Stewart 5 Josh Harris RB 31 Jamal Lewis 29 Chester Taylor 32 Musa Smith WR 85 Kevin Johnson 80 Randy Hymes 89 Travis Taylor 81 Devard Darling 87 Clarence Moore LT 75 Jonathan Ogden 77 Ethan Brooks LG 64 Edwin Mulitalo 72 Damion Cook C 61 Casey Rabach 72 Damion Cook 62 Mike Flynn (injured) RG 66 Bennie Anderson 72 Damion Cook RT 78 Orlando Brown 77 Ethan Brooks TE 86 Todd Heap 82 Terry Jones 44 Daniel Wilcox DEFENSE CB 21 Chris McAlister 24 Corey Fuller 38 Raymond Walls SS 20 Ed Reed 49 Chad Williams ILB 56 Ed Hartwell 53 T.J. Slaughter ILB 52 Ray Lewis 57 Bart Scott FS 47 Will Demps 27 Gerome Sapp OLB 55 Terrell Suggs 90 Cornell Brown 54 Roderick Green LE 98 Tony Weaver 93 Dwan Edwards NT 97 Kelly Gregg 92 Maake Kemoeatu 91 Aubrayo Franklin RE 94 Marques Douglas 95 Jarret Johnson OLB 96 Adalius Thomas 90 Cornell Brown CB 28 Gary Baxter 37 Deion Sanders SPECIALISTS KR 36 B.J. Sams 32 Musa Smith 29 Chester Taylor PR 36 B.J. Sams 37 Deion Sanders LS 59 Joe Maese 62 Mike Flynn H 15 Dave Zastudil 7 Kyle Boller P 15 Dave Zastudil K 3 Matt Stover 9 Wade Richey
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | February 29, 2008
The Ravens parted ways with a fixture on their offensive line, cutting center Mike Flynn yesterday. Long considered the emotional leader of the Ravens' offensive front, Flynn started the past eight seasons for the Ravens, including the past seven at center. Only three other players - linebacker Ray Lewis, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and kicker Matt Stover - have been with the Ravens longer than Flynn. "I'm a little surprised but not shocked," Flynn said last night from his Florida home.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2011
As former Ravens player Mike Flynn watched with his wife in a Towson courtroom, a judge gave a suspended five-year prison sentence Thursday to a Pikesville woman accused of obtaining $10,000 from the ex-offensive lineman by falsely claiming to need treatment for terminal cancer. Lisa Hoppenstein Cohen, 41, the wife of a chiropractor and the mother of two, was also given three years of supervised probation and must repay the Flynns. She began that process outside the courtroom, doling out $2,000 in cash to Flynn, who then counted it. Cohen was ordered to pay the rest of the money before the conclusion of her probation.
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By Sloane Brown | June 18, 2000
Local sports figures and their wives pinch-hit as models for a spectacular fashion show at the Cure Autism Now/Living Classrooms Foundation shindig. "Hey, I expect a positive review for my legs," Ravens' head coach Brian Billick told friends as he prepared to model shorts. But Billick, who scored a round of applause, couldn't resist trying to tuck in his shirt, which was supposed to hang out in a hip style. There was one athlete who stayed in the stands. "Utility guys don't model," joked Bill Ripken, former Oriole and now director of baseball operations for the Aberdeen Arsenal.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 9, 2003
Keep an eye on ... What to look for in the Ravens' preseason opener tonight: Position Wide receiver. Travis Taylor and Frank Sanders are the starters, and No. 3 wide-out Marcus Robinson could be a difference-maker. Robinson, a free-agent addition from the Chicago Bears, doesn't look polished in camp but he has the speed and leaping ability to be a dangerous downfield threat. The fourth receiver will either be Ron Johnson or Randy Hymes. Johnson has the edge because of his presence on special teams.
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By Edward Lee | October 10, 2011
Oct. 7, 2007 The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers, but the 9-7 score foretold an ominous ending. The offense's only scoring punch came from kicker Matt Stover. The team lost center Mike Flynn (right knee) and left tackle Adam Terry (left ankle), forcing the coaches to insert three rookies -- (Jared Gaither, Ben Grubbs and Marshal Yanda) -- into the offensive line. The extended absences of left tackle Jonathan Ogden, tight end Todd Heap, defensive end Trevor Pryce and cornerback Samari Rolle to injuries and illnesses contributed to the Ravens finishing 5-11 and ushering the departure of coach Brian Billick, the franchise leader in career coaching wins.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2011
The Ravens signed center Casey Rabach to a two-year contract Tuesday, gaining insurance in case Matt Birk 's balky left knee leaves them short at the position. According to an ESPN report, Birk, 35, needs arthroscopic surgery on the knee. Birk played through the pain a year ago, when he needed to have fluid drained almost every week but didn't miss a start. Coach John Harbaugh wasn't available to address Birk's situation - it wasn't his day to meet with the media - but offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said Birk had an MRI on Tuesday morning.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2011
As former Ravens player Mike Flynn watched with his wife in a Towson courtroom, a judge gave a suspended five-year prison sentence Thursday to a Pikesville woman accused of obtaining $10,000 from the ex-offensive lineman by falsely claiming to need treatment for terminal cancer. Lisa Hoppenstein Cohen, 41, the wife of a chiropractor and the mother of two, was also given three years of supervised probation and must repay the Flynns. She began that process outside the courtroom, doling out $2,000 in cash to Flynn, who then counted it. Cohen was ordered to pay the rest of the money before the conclusion of her probation.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2011
A 41-year-old Pikesville woman was ordered Wednesday to stand trial March 10 on charges that she obtained $10,000 from Mike Flynn, the former Ravens player, by fraudulently claiming that she was dying of cancer. It is the second such case to be tried in Baltimore County in a year. Lisa Hoppenstein Cohen, a mother of two and the wife of a chiropractor, told friends and acquaintances — including Flynn and his wife, Mary — that she had terminal cancer and needed money to pay for medical treatment, according to prosecutors.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | February 29, 2008
The Ravens parted ways with a fixture on their offensive line, cutting center Mike Flynn yesterday. Long considered the emotional leader of the Ravens' offensive front, Flynn started the past eight seasons for the Ravens, including the past seven at center. Only three other players - linebacker Ray Lewis, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and kicker Matt Stover - have been with the Ravens longer than Flynn. "I'm a little surprised but not shocked," Flynn said last night from his Florida home.
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November 30, 2007
Last week, we asked which Raven should retire after this season. The results: Steve McNair (67 percent) Jonathan Ogden (26.6 percent) Mike Flynn (5.3 percent) Matt Stover (1.1 percent) This week's question: What will be the Ravens' final record? A. 4-12 B. 5-11 C. 6-10 D. 7-9 To vote, go to baltimoresun.com/ravenspoll
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By Ken Murray | October 23, 2000
Best improvisation: Titans QB Steve McNair, spinning out of the grasp of DE Rob Burnett, and finding RB Rodney Thomas for a 9-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. Best read: Titans MLB Randall Godfrey, waiting at the line of scrimmage, then timing Tony Banks' pass perfectly for his second interception on back-to-back series in the third quarter. Best catch: Ravens TE Shannon Sharpe, pulling in a perfectly thrown pass from Banks for a 23-yard gain in third quarter. Worst hit: Titans FB Lorenzo Neal, blocking for Thomas, ramming into DT Tony Siragusa's head, as Siragusa was engaged with C Kevin Long in the first quarter.
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October 24, 2004
Matchup Records: Ravens 3-2, Bills 1-4. Line: Ravens by 6. Vs. spread: Ravens 3-2, Bills 3-2. Series: Bills lead 1-0 Last meeting: Bills won, 13-10, on Oct. 31, 1999, at Baltimore. NFL rankings Ravens offense: 30th (rush 2nd, pass 32nd) Ravens defense: 6th (rush 11th, pass 7th) Bills offense: 27th (rush 21st, pass 25th) Bills defense: 8th (rush 5th, pass 14th) Quick hits The Ravens are 3-0 this season when they intercept a pass. The Bills are one of two NFL teams (with the Dolphins)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | October 23, 2007
Limping into the bye week with a 4-3 record, coach Brian Billick acknowledged yesterday that the Ravens have left themselves "vulnerable." But he expressed confidence the Ravens can still make a playoff run and wants his players to focus on what awaits them when they return - a Monday Night Football game at Pittsburgh (4-2), where first place in the AFC North will be on the line. "All you can ever ask in this game is: Can I play a game that matters in November and December? Otherwise, you're just being greedy," Billick said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | October 21, 2007
Traveling to Buffalo during the regular season for the first time, the Ravens play a team today that sits at the bottom of the NFL rankings. The Bills have the league's second-worst offense, starting a rookie quarterback and running back. They have the NFL's worst defense, going with two third-string players in a banged-up secondary. So, why are the Ravens only three-point favorites? "The stats and the numbers might not say it, but they're a really, really good team," said Kyle Boller, who will start at quarterback for the injured Steve McNair.
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