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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | December 3, 2006
On the brink of ending a two-year postseason drought, the Ravens know their playoff fever likely isn't fleeting this time. With just four starters projected to become free agents - linebacker Adalius Thomas, running back Jamal Lewis, offensive tackle Tony Pashos and fullback Ovie Mughelli - the Ravens have the potential to keep this team nearly intact and make a similar run next season. Ravens@Chiefs Next Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Ravens' free agents The Ravens are scheduled to have seven unrestricted free agents and three restricted ones in March: Unrestricted --OLB Adalius Thomas, OT Tony Pashos, FB Ovie Mughelli, DE Jarret Johnson, RB Musa Smith, FS Gerome Sapp, DT Aubrayo Franklin.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | April 1, 2008
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Ray Lewis is entering the final year of his contract, but the Ravens still envision the Pro Bowl linebacker in the team's future. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said the team is in "open dialogue" with Lewis on a contract extension and would actively pursue him if he reaches free agency. "If he becomes a free agent next year, I think the Ravens would probably outbid other teams," Bisciotti said yesterday during a break at the NFL annual meetings. "We know Ray's value more than the other teams.
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November 23, 2007
Please evaluate this year's offensive line compared to last year's. What is the difference? How much does the team miss guys like Tony Pashos, Keydrick Vincent and Ovie Mughelli? Drew The Ravens of last season were better because Jonathan Ogden was in playing shape, and Pashos is better than Adam Terry. Pashos had a nasty attitude. Terry is a softie. This group, though, has more potential because it is more athletic. With some time, this group can become dominant. 8 Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions each week at baltimoresun.
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November 23, 2007
Please evaluate this year's offensive line compared to last year's. What is the difference? How much does the team miss guys like Tony Pashos, Keydrick Vincent and Ovie Mughelli? Drew The Ravens of last season were better because Jonathan Ogden was in playing shape, and Pashos is better than Adam Terry. Pashos had a nasty attitude. Terry is a softie. This group, though, has more potential because it is more athletic. With some time, this group can become dominant. 8 Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions each week at baltimoresun.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | July 24, 2003
The Ravens had their biggest day of draft signings yesterday, but they still don`t have agreements with either of their first-round picks, linebacker Terrell Suggs and quarterback Kyle Boller. The team reached terms on three-year contracts with third-round running back Musa Smith (total value of $1.4 million), fourth-round fullback Ovie Mughelli (believed to be worth $1.2 million) and fifth-round offensive tackle Tony Pashos (approximately $994,000). All are expected to play backup roles this season.
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May 27, 2006
Awards CSA, based in Bethesda, was presented with a Codie award by the Software & Information Industry Association for its MultiSearch product, which provides integrated access to more than 2,000 electronic information resources. The Greater Baltimore Committee named Raymond A. Mason, chairman and chief executive of Legg Mason Inc., and George A. Roche, chairman and president of T. Rowe Price Associates Inc., as recipients of its 2006 Regional Visionary award. Verizon Wireless was presented with the Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval and a 2006 Health & Wellness Trailblazer award by the Alliance for Workplace Excellence.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 31, 2007
Soon after the draft, new Ravens offensive coordinator Rick Neuheisel will begin tinkering with the offense, much like a mad scientist in his laboratory trying to develop a new formula. "We need bigger plays, more explosive plays," Neuheisel said. "Demetrius Williams developed into a big-play weapon for us at the end of the season, and Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton are big-play receivers. That might mean getting four receivers on or up close to the line of scrimmage, but somehow we have to create bigger plays downfield."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | April 1, 2008
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Ray Lewis is entering the final year of his contract, but the Ravens still envision the Pro Bowl linebacker in the team's future. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said the team is in "open dialogue" with Lewis on a contract extension and would actively pursue him if he reaches free agency. "If he becomes a free agent next year, I think the Ravens would probably outbid other teams," Bisciotti said yesterday during a break at the NFL annual meetings. "We know Ray's value more than the other teams.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 5, 2004
Quarterback Under contract: Kyle Boller. Can be retained: None. Unrestricted free agents: Anthony Wright, Chris Redman. Outlook: The Ravens did not name a starting quarterback, which would only hurt their chances of bringing back Wright. Although there has been no official decision made, it would be surprising if Boller didn't enter the first minicamp as the starter. With a potentially solid quarterback free-agent market, there is optimism Wright could be retained. That would be a perfect scenario for the Ravens, because both quarterbacks have experience in the system and both are athletic.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | November 10, 2005
The afternoon before his first practice, Ravens running back Musa Smith did not sound like someone who expected to play this season. That was three weeks ago, and since then, Smith has discovered that cutting, accelerating and taking a hit on his formerly broken leg is not as bad as he anticipated. As a result, the Ravens activated Smith from the physically-unable-to-perform list yesterday. Smith is expected to play on special teams Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Smith takes the roster spot of quarterback Kordell Stewart, who was released.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 31, 2007
Soon after the draft, new Ravens offensive coordinator Rick Neuheisel will begin tinkering with the offense, much like a mad scientist in his laboratory trying to develop a new formula. "We need bigger plays, more explosive plays," Neuheisel said. "Demetrius Williams developed into a big-play weapon for us at the end of the season, and Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton are big-play receivers. That might mean getting four receivers on or up close to the line of scrimmage, but somehow we have to create bigger plays downfield."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | December 3, 2006
On the brink of ending a two-year postseason drought, the Ravens know their playoff fever likely isn't fleeting this time. With just four starters projected to become free agents - linebacker Adalius Thomas, running back Jamal Lewis, offensive tackle Tony Pashos and fullback Ovie Mughelli - the Ravens have the potential to keep this team nearly intact and make a similar run next season. Ravens@Chiefs Next Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Ravens' free agents The Ravens are scheduled to have seven unrestricted free agents and three restricted ones in March: Unrestricted --OLB Adalius Thomas, OT Tony Pashos, FB Ovie Mughelli, DE Jarret Johnson, RB Musa Smith, FS Gerome Sapp, DT Aubrayo Franklin.
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May 27, 2006
Awards CSA, based in Bethesda, was presented with a Codie award by the Software & Information Industry Association for its MultiSearch product, which provides integrated access to more than 2,000 electronic information resources. The Greater Baltimore Committee named Raymond A. Mason, chairman and chief executive of Legg Mason Inc., and George A. Roche, chairman and president of T. Rowe Price Associates Inc., as recipients of its 2006 Regional Visionary award. Verizon Wireless was presented with the Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval and a 2006 Health & Wellness Trailblazer award by the Alliance for Workplace Excellence.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | November 10, 2005
The afternoon before his first practice, Ravens running back Musa Smith did not sound like someone who expected to play this season. That was three weeks ago, and since then, Smith has discovered that cutting, accelerating and taking a hit on his formerly broken leg is not as bad as he anticipated. As a result, the Ravens activated Smith from the physically-unable-to-perform list yesterday. Smith is expected to play on special teams Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Smith takes the roster spot of quarterback Kordell Stewart, who was released.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 5, 2004
Quarterback Under contract: Kyle Boller. Can be retained: None. Unrestricted free agents: Anthony Wright, Chris Redman. Outlook: The Ravens did not name a starting quarterback, which would only hurt their chances of bringing back Wright. Although there has been no official decision made, it would be surprising if Boller didn't enter the first minicamp as the starter. With a potentially solid quarterback free-agent market, there is optimism Wright could be retained. That would be a perfect scenario for the Ravens, because both quarterbacks have experience in the system and both are athletic.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | July 24, 2003
The Ravens had their biggest day of draft signings yesterday, but they still don`t have agreements with either of their first-round picks, linebacker Terrell Suggs and quarterback Kyle Boller. The team reached terms on three-year contracts with third-round running back Musa Smith (total value of $1.4 million), fourth-round fullback Ovie Mughelli (believed to be worth $1.2 million) and fifth-round offensive tackle Tony Pashos (approximately $994,000). All are expected to play backup roles this season.
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December 21, 2006
On the Ravens' offense Improved line play has definitely made a difference. ... I think [Steve McNair] helps the offensive line out in a lot of cases. [McNair] has brought some leadership to this team that was sorely lacking. Even while he was obviously struggling in [Jim] Fassel's offense, he was still finding ways to win games. [Brian] Billick inserted Ovie [Mughelli] in as a starter and it instantly made the Ravens' offense more balanced, which has helped take heat off McNair.
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By Danny Baker | August 3, 2003
Ovie Mughelli Position: Fullback College: Wake Forest Who he is: A fourth-round draft pick of the Ravens, Mughelli started 33 games at Wake Forest, scoring 12 touchdowns and earning second-team All-America honors as a senior. A devastating blocker who is already drawing comparisons to former Raven Sam Gash, Mughelli, who majored in health and exercise science, plans to go to medical school after football. On blocking Ray Lewis: "I got him into a nice little stalemate the first time.
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