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By Weston Hodkiewicz and Green Bay Press-Gazette | October 10, 2013
Mike Neal never expected to be playing outside linebacker as much as he has through the first month of the 2013 season, let alone starting there. However, that's exactly where the Green Bay Packers' 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive lineman/linebacker finds himself after coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Wednesday that four-time Pro Bowler Clay Matthews will be lost for “multiple weeks” because of surgery to repair a Bennett's fracture in his right thumb. When the team approached the fourth-year defensive lineman about making a shift this offseason, Neal figured he'd be counted on to provide more of a change-of-pace element to the defense than being an actual rotating member of the outside linebackers room.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
The acting executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore has dropped her bid to become the organization's permanent head, even as the search to fill the spot continues. Kelly Neel's announced departure from the GLCCB, effective Oct. 3, surprised the group's board of directors, which had short-listed her as a finalist among a narrowing pool of contenders for the permanent job, said Mike McCarthy, the board's president. McCarthy said there were "points of contention" between the board and Neel, but he didn't think "it was at the level that she felt her value was questioned.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS BETHESDA | September 24, 1997
BETHESDA -- Ben Brundred III and Jack Vardaman, members of host Congressional Country Club, were among six players out of 114 starters yesterday to earn places in next month's U.S. Mid-Amateur championship in Dallas. The medalist was Paul Simson of Raleigh, N.C., whose 1-under-par, 35-3469 was three strokes clear of the field.Brundred, who shot 73, will be making his third trip to the national tournament. His round included one birdie and four bogeys, three of them on the back-nine par-3's of the 6,588-yard Gold Course.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2014
An ESPN poll of NFL front office personnel and coordinators had good things to say about Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who checks in among the top quarter of NFL head coaches. Harbaugh came in ninth in the poll conducted by ESPN's Mike Sando , which asked 30 NFL industry sources to rate the coaches on a 1-5 scale, with one being best and five being the worst. The scores were then averaged, with the lowest average number being the best. Harbaugh's score placed him firmly in the second-tier of NFL coaches and one spot behind his brother, Jim, who coaches the San Francisco 49ers.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2014
An ESPN poll of NFL front office personnel and coordinators had good things to say about Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who checks in among the top quarter of NFL head coaches. Harbaugh came in ninth in the poll conducted by ESPN's Mike Sando , which asked 30 NFL industry sources to rate the coaches on a 1-5 scale, with one being best and five being the worst. The scores were then averaged, with the lowest average number being the best. Harbaugh's score placed him firmly in the second-tier of NFL coaches and one spot behind his brother, Jim, who coaches the San Francisco 49ers.
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From Sun staff reports | January 31, 2014
Trevor McCarthy has ridden 171 winners in his young career, but none more exciting than scoring with Chi Chi's Pride in Thursday's third race at Laurel Park. At the break, the 4-year-old gelding bumped with Carnbrea'sdestiny, causing McCarthy to lose his irons and forcing him to ride the entire race with his feet out of the stirrups. At the top of the stretch, Chi's Chi Pride was fifth but rallied between rivals and got up at the wire to beat Carnbrea'sdestiny by a nose. The horse, trained by John Salzman Jr., paid $10.80.
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By JEAN LESLIE | June 13, 1994
Sometimes a personal interest can lead kids down unexpected paths. Three friends at Ellicott Mills Middle School -- Melissa Taylor, Jamie Betts and Cinnamon Pfaff -- had an interest in natural disasters, so they chose to do a Type III Talent Pool project for the Gifted and Talented Program.In their research, the girls contacted Julie Ellsworth Cox of the Central Maryland Chapter of the Red Cross, who told them that 600 homeless families were still living in Red Cross shelters as a result of California's latest earthquake.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
When Mike McCarthy saw California Chrome up close and personal for the first time at the Preakness, he marveled at the sight of the chestnut colt. McCarthy, a former jockey and Maryland horse trainer who is now a Florida-based jockey agent, saw a horse poised for the moment. "I thought his composure was amazing," McCarthy said. "He's able to handle all the pre-race activities with no problem, the big crowds. To me, it seems like he's a whatever happens happens kind of guy, and handles all of the pressure pretty good.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
The acting executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore has dropped her bid to become the organization's permanent head, even as the search to fill the spot continues. Kelly Neel's announced departure from the GLCCB, effective Oct. 3, surprised the group's board of directors, which had short-listed her as a finalist among a narrowing pool of contenders for the permanent job, said Mike McCarthy, the board's president. McCarthy said there were "points of contention" between the board and Neel, but he didn't think "it was at the level that she felt her value was questioned.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 25, 2002
STANTON, Del. - Max Pearson's Lady of the Future posted an upset victory in the $100,000 New Castle Handicap at Delaware Park yesterday. With Mike McCarthy aboard, the 4-year-old daughter of Eastern Echo earned a three-quarter-length victory and returned $17 as the co-third choice in the field of six. The field was reduced to six after five late scratches. Salty You, with Ramon Dominguez aboard, finished second but was disqualified and placed third for interfering with the 2-5 favorite Calista, with Jose Santos aboard.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
When Mike McCarthy saw California Chrome up close and personal for the first time at the Preakness, he marveled at the sight of the chestnut colt. McCarthy, a former jockey and Maryland horse trainer who is now a Florida-based jockey agent, saw a horse poised for the moment. "I thought his composure was amazing," McCarthy said. "He's able to handle all the pre-race activities with no problem, the big crowds. To me, it seems like he's a whatever happens happens kind of guy, and handles all of the pressure pretty good.
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From Sun staff reports | January 31, 2014
Trevor McCarthy has ridden 171 winners in his young career, but none more exciting than scoring with Chi Chi's Pride in Thursday's third race at Laurel Park. At the break, the 4-year-old gelding bumped with Carnbrea'sdestiny, causing McCarthy to lose his irons and forcing him to ride the entire race with his feet out of the stirrups. At the top of the stretch, Chi's Chi Pride was fifth but rallied between rivals and got up at the wire to beat Carnbrea'sdestiny by a nose. The horse, trained by John Salzman Jr., paid $10.80.
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By Weston Hodkiewicz and Green Bay Press-Gazette | October 10, 2013
Mike Neal never expected to be playing outside linebacker as much as he has through the first month of the 2013 season, let alone starting there. However, that's exactly where the Green Bay Packers' 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive lineman/linebacker finds himself after coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Wednesday that four-time Pro Bowler Clay Matthews will be lost for “multiple weeks” because of surgery to repair a Bennett's fracture in his right thumb. When the team approached the fourth-year defensive lineman about making a shift this offseason, Neal figured he'd be counted on to provide more of a change-of-pace element to the defense than being an actual rotating member of the outside linebackers room.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS BETHESDA | September 24, 1997
BETHESDA -- Ben Brundred III and Jack Vardaman, members of host Congressional Country Club, were among six players out of 114 starters yesterday to earn places in next month's U.S. Mid-Amateur championship in Dallas. The medalist was Paul Simson of Raleigh, N.C., whose 1-under-par, 35-3469 was three strokes clear of the field.Brundred, who shot 73, will be making his third trip to the national tournament. His round included one birdie and four bogeys, three of them on the back-nine par-3's of the 6,588-yard Gold Course.
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By JEAN LESLIE | June 13, 1994
Sometimes a personal interest can lead kids down unexpected paths. Three friends at Ellicott Mills Middle School -- Melissa Taylor, Jamie Betts and Cinnamon Pfaff -- had an interest in natural disasters, so they chose to do a Type III Talent Pool project for the Gifted and Talented Program.In their research, the girls contacted Julie Ellsworth Cox of the Central Maryland Chapter of the Red Cross, who told them that 600 homeless families were still living in Red Cross shelters as a result of California's latest earthquake.
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August 22, 2010
There were only three head coaching changes this year, tied for the fewest this decade. That's not surprising, considering there were 11 such swaps last year, the most in the 2000s. 2010: Three Pete Carroll, Seahawks Chan Gailey, Bills Mike Shanahan, Redskins 2009: Eleven Tom Cable, Raiders Jim Caldwell, Colts Todd Haley, Chiefs Eric Mangini, Browns Josh McDaniels, Broncos Jim Mora, Seahawks Raheem Morris, Bucs Rex Ryan, Jets Jim Schwartz, Lions Mike Singletary, 49ers Steve Spagnuolo, Rams 2008: Four John Harbaugh, Ravens Mike Smith, Falcons Tony Sparano, Dolphins Jim Zorn, Redskins 2007: Seven Cam Cameron, Dolphins Lane Kiffin, Raiders Bobby Petrino, Falcons Wade Phillips, Cowboys Mike Tomlin, Steelers Norv Turner, Chargers Ken Whisenhunt, Cardinals 2006: Ten Brad Childress, Vikings Herm Edwards, Chiefs Dick Jauron, Bills Gary Kubiak, Texans Scott Linehan, Rams Eric Mangini, Jets Rod Marinelli, Lions Mike McCarthy, Packers Sean Payton, Saints Art Shell, Raiders 2005: Three Romeo Crennel, Browns Mike Nolan, 49ers Nick Saban, Dolphins — interim at end of previous season; officially named head coach in offseason
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By Mike Vandermause and Green Bay Press-Gazette | October 11, 2013
The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens face an uphill struggle to repeat last year's success if recent history is any indication. The last team to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles was the New England Patriots in 2003 and 2004, and it's been eight years since a reigning champion won a playoff game the next season. The Green Bay Packers, who play at Baltimore on Sunday, know a little something about the challenges that follow a championship. The Packers won the Super Bowl three years ago and the next season lost in their playoff-opening divisional game against the New York Giants.
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