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By JAMISON HENSLEY | June 12, 2008
Jared Gaither, a second-year player out of Maryland, will have the first shot to replace Jonathan Ogden at left tackle. Gaither, who was selected in the fifth round of last year's supplemental draft, started two games at left tackle as a rookie. He was has the size of Ogden at 6 feet 9, 350 pounds, but it's unknown whether he has the same commitment. With Gaither sitting out yesterday's practice with migraines, Mike Kracalik worked at left tackle with the starting offensive line. A practice squad player the past two seasons, Kracalik has impressed the coaching staff with his athleticism.
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By Nicholas Fouriezos, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
A little less than four months after Jonathan Ogden was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the lineman who was the Ravens' first-ever draft pick in 1996 will return to Baltimore to give another podium speech. The Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation will induct Ogden into its Hall of Legends during the foundation's annual gala on Saturday, where the former left tackle will become the first Ravens player to take a place next to such heralded Baltimore sports figures as Babe Ruth, Johnny Unitas , Art Modell and Brooks Robinson . It will be a busy weekend for Ogden, who is also set to receive his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring during a halftime ceremony when the Ravens host the New York Jets Sunday.
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September 10, 2009
On September 6, 2009, MARTHA SPEICHER OGDEN, 91, of Siesta Key, Sarasota and formerly of Gibson Island, MD died. Mrs. Ogden was born in Chestertown, MD on May 15, 1918. She attended Bucknell University and because of an illness, had to move back to Chestertown where she graduated from Washington college. She was married to Harry Ford Ogden, a prominent Baltimore attorney and President of the Fidelity and Guarantee Insurance Corporation. Mrs. Ogden was a member of the Field Club and Junior League of Sarasota.
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Sports Digest | November 21, 2013
Colleges Terps ' Likely named ECAC D-I special teamer of the week Maryland freshman Will Likely was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I Special Teams Player of the Week. Likely returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown for the Terps ' first score in their 27-24 overtime road win at Virginia Tech on Saturday. It was the first touchdown of Likely's career and Maryland's first punt return for a score since 2010. Likely averaged 26.5 yards on four punt returns and finished the game with 179 all-purpose yards.
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September 15, 2004
On September 11, 2004 BETTY J. OGDEN (nee Seaton) beloved wife of the late Robert J. Ogden; devoted mother of Sharon D. Walker, Susan M. Gilbride, Robert J. Ogden II, and their spouses; grandmother of Jeannette, Bunky, Kristin, and Samuel; great-grandmother of Thomas, Gwyneth, and Drew. Relatives and friends may call at the family owned Ambrose Funeral Home, Inc., 1328 Sulphur Spring Rd. Arbutus, on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Funeral Service will be held Thursday at 10 A.M. Interment following at Lakeview Memorial Park.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | August 29, 2007
Jonathan Ogden took part yesterday in his first practice this preseason, but the 10-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle maintained that his status for the season opener in less than two weeks is still unclear. Ogden, who had been sidelined throughout the offseason and preseason with turf toe, was activated off the physically-unable-to-perform list yesterday morning and participated in individual drills, but not team activities. Afterward, Ogden said he wasn't sure he would be able to play against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 11, 2007
On one side is Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney, one of the league's premier pass rushers. He makes offensive tackles lose sleep at night because he is their worst nightmare on the field. On the other side is Ravens left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden. He has kept a lot of defensive ends awake at night, too. He'll be in the Hall of Fame some day because he has earned 10 Pro Bowl appearances and become the NFL prototype at his position. In a game that has several twisting plots and great individual matchups, there may be none better than Freeney vs. Ogden on Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 20, 1998
The Ravens' Jonathan Ogden on Monday will become the first NFL player to attend a National Urban League meeting as a member of the organization's Board of Trustees.The All-Pro tackle became a member of the National Urban League's Board of Trustees Class of 2000 last August after being nominated by NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue.The mission of the NUL is to assist African-Americans in the achievement of social and economic equality through advocacy, program services and research."You have to help where you can," said Ogden, 23, who attended St. Albans, a private high school in Washington.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 8, 1990
ANNAPOLIS -- No linebacker wants to be called "not physically imposing," the description of Navy outside linebacker Byron Ogden in his team's media guide.But that's OK, says Ogden, as long as you call him effective. And that's just how the 5-foot-11, 211-pound junior from Burke, Va., has been as he has made his way into the Navy starting lineup the past four games.Playing in half as many starts as some of his more experienced teammates, Ogden has recorded 27 tackles this year -- 24 unassisted.
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Sports Digest | September 14, 2013
Ravens Ogden to be honored as 'Hometown Hall of Famer' Former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden will be recognized by the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Allstate Insurance Company in Washington next Friday , as part of "Hometown Hall of Famers," a national program honoring the hometown roots of the sport's greatest coaches, players and contributors with special ceremonies and plaque dedication events in local communities. An 11-time Pro Bowl pick and former high school standout at St. Albans School in Washington, Ogden will be presented with a plaque during a special ceremony at 8:45 a.m. in the school's gymnasium, where the plaque will be on display permanently.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
Excerpts from Jonathan Ogden's Hall of Fame acceptance speech Saturday night in Canton, Ohio: Thank you very much. Thank you very much, wow. Whew, batting leadoff, all right. First of all, I want to thank you, Ozzie for that fantastic introduction. I've often thought about that day back in 1996 when you drafted me instead of Lawrence Phillips, I think that worked out well for everybody. I'm very grateful being in Baltimore with you for all these years, particularly Baltimore selector, Scott Garceau, you guys have a difficult job. Every year it seems like the job gets tougher and tougher.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2013
When he was drafted by the Ravens in 1996, Jonathan Ogden joined an organization without team colors or a logo. As he stood behind the podium Saturday night at Fawcett Stadium and peered out into a crowd loaded with purple jerseys and T-shirts, Ogden couldn't help but appreciate how far he and the organization have come. Seventeen years after Ogden became the franchise's first-ever draft pick, the Ravens have an established fan base, two Super Bowl championships and their first ever Hall of Famer.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2013
Ravens fan Robert Radawiec moved to Cleveland a decade ago, but he had never made the 45-minute drive to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. That changed this weekend not only for him, but for so many other Ravens fans who descended on this northeastern Ohio city to welcome in one of their own. Left tackle Jonathan Ogden became the first player the Ravens drafted to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. "I've never had a reason to go," said Radawiec, who wore purple camouflaged pants and a Ravens polo shirt.
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Mike Preston | August 3, 2013
As he delivered his induction speech into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday night, Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden was as cool and humble as he was on the field during his 12 seasons in Baltimore. He showed signs of nervousness the day before but on Saturday night he praised and thanked an endless amount of supporters, talked about being the first draft pick in Ravens' history, showed off two Super Bowl rings and drew a huge applause from the large number of Ravens fans in attendance.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2013
A numerical look at the career of former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday: 1 - Sack allowed in first season in 1996 when Ogden, playing at left guard, was named to USA Today all-rookie team 2 - Touchdown catches for Ogden on tackle-eligible plays, one as a rookie and another in 2003 4 - Selected fourth overall out of UCLA in 1996, he's the first player...
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2013
Throughout a 12-year career that culminates here this weekend when he officially joins the pantheon of the NFL's best, Jonathan Ogden never minded being left alone. At 6-foot-9 and 345 pounds, he struck an imposing figure at left tackle, operating comfortably without additional help against the league's quickest and strongest pass rushers. He made 11 Pro Bowl teams and won a Super Bowl , but he shied away from the attention and the adulation. Ogden was far more comfortable reading a book in the corner than engaging in locker room horseplay.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2013
A day before his official Hall of Fame induction, Jonathan Ogden had already had the opportunity to meet Earl Campbell , pose for a picture with Joe Greene and Joe Namath and exchange battle stories with fellow offensive linemen Jackie Slater , Art Shell and Russ Grimm . “I'm having a lot of fun,” said Ogden, who will be officially presented with his gold jacket in a ceremony tonight. “It's busy. I'm doing a lot of talking, which I haven't done in a while.
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