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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | September 23, 2008
Strong safety Dawan Landry was released from Maryland Shock Trauma Center and is expected to return to the field this season after suffering a spinal cord concussion in the second quarter of Sunday's 28-10 win against the Cleveland Browns. "His stability tests are all normal," coach John Harbaugh said. "He will be in a cervical collar for at least a week, and then they'll evaluate him further and then we'll just take it from there. He'll be playing in some number of weeks, and it won't be too many weeks."
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2014
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed stood in the middle of a makeshift softball diamond on a field he knows well and waved his arms as fans chanted his name. Reed, who played 11 seasons with the Ravens, has long said that Baltimore will always feel like home, even after his expected Hall of Fame playing career is over. When that will be, however, remains very much a mystery. Speaking at former teammate Lardarius Webb's charity softball game Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, Reed said that he is preparing to play in the 2014 season.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | November 13, 1992
Throughout her brilliant, but controversial basketball career, Tammy Brown has shown the ability to switch directions almost as quickly as she can switch hands on the dribble.In the latest switch, Brown, an All-Metro selection and the 1990 Anne Arundel County Player of the Year at Broadneck High, has come full circle, signing a letter of intent to play at Maryland next season two years after leaving there."I always wanted to play in the ACC [Atlantic Coast Conference]. If I could stay at home and play for a top-five program, I figured, 'Why not?
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2014
The only two teams with undefeated records in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference this season -- Morgan State and Savannah State -- won't play each other until possibly the conference tournament. With 13 teams in the league and limited room in the MEAC schedule, each conference team plays 11 opponents at least once and five opponents twice in home-and-away games. That leaves each team failing to face one league opponent, and for the Bears (6-10 overall and 4-0 in the MEAC), that means no games with Savannah State (7-12, 5-0)
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May 21, 1996
Nick ColvinMcDonogh, tennisColvin won his third straight MIAA A Conference No. 1 singles title with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 victory over Zach Myers of Loyola. Colvin finished 14-0 in league play this season and 55-0 for his career.
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June 22, 2002
Who's hot The Athletics are 12-1 in in terleague play this season and have won 20 of their past 22 against the NL. Who's not Alex Rodriguez of the Rang ers is in a 4-for-39 slump that has dropped his average from .319 to .288. Line of the day, Ruben Sierra, Mariners LF AB R H RBI HR 4 2 3 5 1
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July 9, 2000
Quote: "It's like this all the time. They treat us good." - Paul O'Neill, as the Yankees' buses received a police escort between Shea and Yankee stadiums, while two major highways and one of New York's busiest bridges were closed to facilitate the trip It's a fact: After throwing out the first pitch at Wrigley Field, NBA free agent Tracy McGrady - being recruited by the Chicago Bulls - joined Elton Brand to lead the seventh-inning singing of "Take Me...
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June 25, 1991
BETHESDA -- Tina Barrett will carry two streaks into this week's LPGA Championship at Bethesda Country Club. One she would like to extend; one she would like to bring to a screeching halt.When play begins Thursday, Barrett, a Baltimore native who plays from Sparrows Point Country Club, will be trying to make the cut in a Bethesda CC event for the fourth straight year. At the same time, she will be trying to end a stretch of three successive missed cuts, her least productive stretch of play this season.
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November 1, 1991
Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger said last night that his department has begun its standard mid-semester review of athletes who have had grade problems the previous semester. The review might affect the playing status of several football players.Geiger said the players would be eligible tomorrow against North Carolina and that a ruling would come before the Nov. 9 game against Penn State at Memorial Stadium.Geiger said that, because of school policy, he could not release names. He did say, however, that the players were not full-time starters but played regularly.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | September 10, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- Johnnie Johnson is following in his brother A. J.'s footsteps. The roles were reversed when they grew up in Pahokee, Fla.A. J. Johnson, the left cornerback for Maryland since the second game of 1993, will get his 12th start today, against defending national champion Florida State. Johnnie, the older brother A. J. always looked up to, will play a lesser role as a first-year reserve in the Terps' secondary.Johnnie, who spent the past two seasons at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, one of the nation's premier junior college programs, says he wouldn't be here if not for A. J. If A. J. had gone to Cincinnati as originally intended in August 1993, that's where Johnnie would be."
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By Andy Friedlander, For The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
For Steven Rhodes, any game is a big game. After all, the Middle Tennessee defensive end came close to sitting out the entire season. This one, though, beats them all. A matchup with Navy on Monday in the Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth makes the former Marine sergeant's eyes open wide with anticipation. "It's a privilege and an honor to play in the Armed Forces Bowl, especially playing against the Navy," Rhodes said at Burleson Centennial High School, where his team is practicing.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2013
While weak-side linebacker Jameel McClain is likely to start the season on the physically unable-to perform list, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that “by no means” has the veteran been ruled out for the 2013 season.   McClain, who has been sidelined since suffering a spinal cord contusion in the Ravens' Dec.16 loss to the Washington Redskins, has been on the PUP list since the start of training camp. If he's on that list to start the regular season, he would be out at least through the Ravens' first six games.
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Sports Digest | May 10, 2013
Men's soccer Former pro Woodward dies of cancer at 64 Former soccer player and coach Dennis "Otis" Woodward died of cancer Thursday morning. He was 64. Woodward was born in Highlandtown and lived there until his family moved to Perry Hall. He graduated from Poly in 1966, and worked for the City of Baltimore for nearly 45 years as a municipal employee. Woodward played amateur soccer for St. Elizabeth's, St. Gerard's, Dnipro, Tom's Produce and Casa Bianca from 1967 to 1977.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2013
Division I women's college lacrosse is in the middle of one of its biggest growth spurts in years, and several recent changes appear likely to spark even more expansion soon. This spring, the NCAA tournament bracket expands to 26 teams, and Division I grows to 100 teams with eight new programs, including Southern California. And a shifting conference landscape that includes some of the biggest women's lacrosse powers could prompt more schools to add the sport. Several Division I schools, including Maryland, recently decided to switch conferences in moves often driven by their football or basketball programs.
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By Matt Vensel | December 6, 2012
Ravens running back Ray Rice had 12 carries for 78 yards and a touchdown in the first three quarters of the 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he did not touch the ball on their offensive eight plays in the fourth. In the past, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has been criticized for not using Rice enough -- my colleague Mike Preston did it again after Sunday's loss -- so he had an answer ready for reporters on Thursday. “That's our own fault,” he said, interrupting a reporter midway through a question about Rice's workload.
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By Edward Lee | November 9, 2012
As the backup to starting quarterback Joe Flacco for the past two seasons, Tyrod Taylor's time on the field has been extremely limited, throwing just four passes, completing three for 48 yards and rushing three times for 13 yards. But coach John Harbaugh suggested Wednesday that the team may need to find a way to put Taylor on the field more often. “He's a talented, gifted player, and we do need to find ways to take advantage of that,” Harbaugh said. Taylor said he is open to any possibility.
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September 21, 1997
Angels: The crowd of 38,902 increased the season total to a franchise-record 2,909,920, topping the 2,889,020 of last season.Astros: Craig Biggio has not grounded into a double play this season, a span of 154 games. The Cubs' Augie Galen did not hit into one during the 1935 season -- which was 154 games -- to set the major-league record.Athletics: Oakland set a franchise record by using nine pitchers.Diamondbacks: Manager Buck Showalter was in Boston, scouting the White Sox and Red Sox.Mariners: With Friday's victory, Seattle set a club record with 86 wins.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 3, 2009
Maryland men's basketball Burney to miss 2009-10 because of foot injuries Junior forward Jerome Burney won't play this season because of continuing foot problems, the team announced in a news release. Burney, 6 feet 9 and 222 pounds, has missed most of the past three seasons with foot injuries. He averaged 0.9 of a point and 1.9 rebounds in nine games last season after redshirting his freshman year and playing in 17 games in 2007-08. "Jerome is very much a part of this team even though he won't be playing this year," coach Gary Williams said in a statement.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | August 19, 2012
Football is a game of risk for Cary Williams. The Ravens starting cornerback relies on his instincts on the field for when to gamble and when to play it safe Williams is applying that approach to how he conducts his business off the field, declining the Ravens' offer of a three-year contract extension. The contract proposal was worth roughly $15 million, according to league sources. Williams is betting on himself by deciding to play out the final year of his contract with no talks currently being held.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | June 14, 2012
Terrell Suggs always detested the offseason mandatory minicamp . He hated leaving his family and his offseason home long before the start of training camp. He had zero interest in spending the week running around and sweating through the same tedious drills and activities. But as he watched his teammates head on and off the practice fields in Owings Mills this week, his right foot encased in a big boot that extended below his knee, Suggs would have done anything to get out there with them, even in Wednesday's heat and Tuesday's rain.
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