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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 28, 2001
To have a little fun with his coach, Moe Williams should enter this morning's practice riding a white horse. The image would fit what the Ravens hope to get from Williams in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts at PSINet Stadium - a savior for at least one day for what looks to be a running game headed for trouble. Williams will be the Ravens' third starting running back this season after Jason Brookins broke a bone in his right foot during Sunday's win at Jacksonville, a potentially season-ending injury.
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November 13, 2005
Today's games NFL Week 10 49ERS@BEARS 49ers -- Out: LB Saleem Rasheed (knee). Doubtful: C Jeremy Newberry (knee/shoulder). Questionable: G Eric Heitmann (neck); RB Maurice Hicks (knee); CB Ahmed Plummer (ankle); QB Alex Smith (knee). Probable: WR Arnaz Battle (knee); RB Frank Gore (foot); WR Rasheed Marshall (thigh); G Justin Smiley (knee). Bears -- Out: WR Bernard Berrian (thumb); QB Rex Grossman (ankle); T Fred Miller (jaw). Doubtful: S Todd Johnson (shoulder). Questionable: RB Thomas Jones (ribs)
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2001
Brian Billick's request paid off. The Ravens coach pleaded all last week for the fans to generate much crowd noise Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, a team known for calling and changing plays at the line of scrimmage. According to Billick, the fans delivered like never before. "It was the most impressive display by the fans that I've ever been a part of - energy they maintained throughout the entire game," Billick said. "We didn't force Peyton [Manning, Colts quarterback] into taking a timeout as we had in the past with Jacksonville and Tennessee.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2001
Brian Billick's request paid off. The Ravens coach pleaded all last week for the fans to generate much crowd noise Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, a team known for calling and changing plays at the line of scrimmage. According to Billick, the fans delivered like never before. "It was the most impressive display by the fans that I've ever been a part of - energy they maintained throughout the entire game," Billick said. "We didn't force Peyton [Manning, Colts quarterback] into taking a timeout as we had in the past with Jacksonville and Tennessee.
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By Brent Jones and Paul McMullen and Brent Jones and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | December 3, 2001
The recognition was instant. Once Indianapolis Colts receiver Marvin Harrison lined up in the slot, Ravens safety Rod Woodson said he knew what was coming - a downfield pass to Harrison. So Woodson cut in front of Harrison, intercepted Peyton Manning's pass and returned the ball 47 yards for a game-clinching touchdown with just under two minutes left in yesterday's 39-27 Ravens win at PSINet Stadium. The play moved Woodson into sole possession of first place on the NFL's all-time list of interceptions returned for touchdowns with 10. He has film to thank.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2001
The familiarity will balance itself out. According to Ravens coach Brian Billick, neither his team nor the Minnesota Vikings should have an advantage in Monday night's game at PSINet Stadium. Billick was offensive coordinator in Minnesota from 1993 to 1998 under current Vikings coach Dennis Green. "My familiarity with them is countered by their familiarity with me," Billick said. "It's been a long time. You have different people there, different combinations of talent. I think the familiarity is probably negligible."
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October 23, 2005
Today's games PACKERS@VIKINGS Packers -- Out: LB Na'il Diggs (knee). Questionable: C Mike Flanagan (hernia); TE Bubba Franks (knee); RB Ahman Green (knee/quadriceps tendon); S Earl Little (hamstring); LB Roy Manning (ankle). Vikings -- Out: G Toniu Fonoti (hand). Questionable: DT Spencer Johnson (knee); LB Dontarrious Thomas (shoulder). Probable: WR Nate Burleson (knee); RB Moe Williams (knee); CB Brian Williams (knee). COLTS@TEXANS Colts -- Out: LB Keith O'Neil (shoulder). Questionable: DT Vincent Burns (knee)
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 20, 2001
Kicker Danny Kight is averaging a special teams tackle a game. Racking up tackles is a good thing for every player except a kicker, usually the last line of defense between a returner and the end zone. Kight has four special teams tackles (tying him for sixth on the team) in the four games since he signed with the Ravens, in part because he has had no touchbacks in his past 13 kickoffs. The Ravens' kickoff coverage unit gave up returns of 51 yards to Quincy Morgan and 42 yards to Benjamin Gay in Sunday's 27-17 home loss to the Cleveland Browns.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 6, 2001
On the day star running back Jamal Lewis underwent successful knee surgery, the Ravens are still mending offensively. The team has expressed confidence in its running back by committee - Terry Allen, Jason Brookins and Moe Williams - but there is an alternative heading into Sunday's regular-season opener against the Chicago Bears. "We don't want to get to a point where in a game we have to start throwing the ball all over the place," quarterback Elvis Grbac said. "I don't think we'll have to, but if it dictates that way, then I think we can do that.
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By Brent Jones and Paul McMullen and Brent Jones and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | December 3, 2001
The recognition was instant. Once Indianapolis Colts receiver Marvin Harrison lined up in the slot, Ravens safety Rod Woodson said he knew what was coming - a downfield pass to Harrison. So Woodson cut in front of Harrison, intercepted Peyton Manning's pass and returned the ball 47 yards for a game-clinching touchdown with just under two minutes left in yesterday's 39-27 Ravens win at PSINet Stadium. The play moved Woodson into sole possession of first place on the NFL's all-time list of interceptions returned for touchdowns with 10. He has film to thank.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 28, 2001
To have a little fun with his coach, Moe Williams should enter this morning's practice riding a white horse. The image would fit what the Ravens hope to get from Williams in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts at PSINet Stadium - a savior for at least one day for what looks to be a running game headed for trouble. Williams will be the Ravens' third starting running back this season after Jason Brookins broke a bone in his right foot during Sunday's win at Jacksonville, a potentially season-ending injury.
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