September 2, 2001
Football Bears: Released RB Marlon Barnes, DL Van Tuinei, OL Jerry Wisne, CB Floyd Young, TE John Sigmund, FB Chris Floyd, former Ravens WR Billy Davis, DT Buck Gurley and DE Uhuru Hamiter. Broncos: Released WR Keith Poole, RB KaRon Coleman, WR Scottie Montgomery, TE Billy Miller, TE Matt Dominguez, OL Jay Leeuwenburg, OL John Feugill, OL Donnie Young, OL Todd Fordham, DL Ma'a Tanuvasa, DL Cyron Brown, DL Scott Pospisil, LB Ricardo McDonald, LB Lemar Marshall, DB Jason Suttle, DB DeAuntae Brown and DB Billy Gustin.
February 28, 1993
Eighteen years after NFL players first marched with their "No Freedom, No Football" picket signs, they finally get both freedom and football tomorrow."
December 10, 2009
• Rudy Johnson, McDonogh, QB, senior • Jerry Lovelocke, Edmondson, QB, senior • Antoine Goodson, Poly, ATH, senior • Demond Brown, Annapolis, RB, junior • Jason Clements, Old Mill, RB, senior • Patrick Steele, Boys' Latin, RB, senior • Willy Williams, Hereford, RB, senior • Tyrek Cheeseboro, Milford Mill, WR,...
December 10, 2009
Rudy Johnson, McDonogh, QB, senior Jerry Lovelocke, Edmondson, QB, senior Antoine Goodson, Poly, ATH, senior Demond Brown, Annapolis, RB, junior Jason Clements, Old Mill, RB, senior Patrick Steele, Boys' Latin, RB, senior Willy Williams, Hereford, RB, senior Tyrek Cheeseboro, Milford Mill, WR, senior Ben Cranston, Loyola, OL, senior Tripp Trainor, Gilman, OL, senior Jovon Watts,...
July 24, 1992
In his convention speech, Gov. Bill Clinton invited Americans to come visit his home state of Arkansas. He said they'd enjoy it. Having been there several times, I agree. Especially if they meet Ol' Bud.Ol' Bud was my host when I went to Arkansas. He operated a fishing camp at the end of a dirt road in the Ozarks. This was during a period of my life when I was enthused about catching Ol' Hog Jaw, which is how Ol' Bud referred to large-mouth bass.Ol' Bud was an expert at catching Ol' Hog Jaw, and we plucked many an Ol' Hog Jaw from the water to the frying pan, the poor things.
March 5, 1991
Dan Rooney, president of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Frank Deford, editor-in-chief of The National sports daily, are among the guests of honor at the 13th annual Ed Block Courage Awards a week from tonight at Martin's West.The affair annually honors recipients from all 28 NFL teams who have best exemplified the traits of courage as shown by Block, now deceased, who was a beloved trainer for the Baltimore Colts for many years.Since the inception of the banquet, the Ed Block Courage Foundation has raised nearly $1.5 million in support of abused children.