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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | December 15, 1994
Peter Angelos yesterday acknowledged what by now seems obvious: The Los Angeles Rams appear likely to move to St. Louis instead of Baltimore.But Angelos, managing partner of the Orioles, said a failure to lure the team to Baltimore would not diminish his optimism that he will secure an NFL franchise for the city."
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Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
For years, Steve Whiteman considered his old band, Kix, a forgotten relic of the '80s hair-metal scene. Even when the quintet began playing one-off reunion shows about a decade ago, the Hagerstown native viewed the gigs as cashing in on nostalgia. The “stupid money” offered, he said, did not hurt either. It took a trip to the Midwest in 2008 to unexpectedly change the singer's mind. The band was in the small town of Pryor Creek, Okla., for the multiday rock 'n' roll festival Rocklahoma, and Whiteman arrived unsure of what to expect.
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By T.J. Simers and T.J. Simers,Los Angeles Times Staff writer Vito Stellino contributed to this article | December 24, 1993
LOS ANGELES -- Georgia Frontiere, owner of the Los Angeles Rams, says she has no interest in selling her team, but she is exploring the option of moving it, possibly to Baltimore."
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By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2014
“You can get your hair wet, just stay in the shallow end, please,” said Dave Johnston to his daughter earlier this week from his Boulder, Colo., home. The banjoist and singer of the bluegrass act Yonder Mountain String Band was on dad duty, “trying to squeeze in some pool days before summer is gone.” Johnston, 40, knows tour season - which includes a headlining gig at Rams Head Live on Friday - is approaching. But this is nothing new for him or his bandmates, Adam Aijala (guitar, vocals)
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By Matt Vensel | September 25, 2011
We knew there was a decent chance the Ravens would be 1-1 as they headed into St. Louis to take on the Rams in Week 3, but I'm guessing that few of us thought that loss would come against the Titans. But that disappointing 26-13 letdown is in the rearview mirror -- at least it better be for the men in black and purple -- as the Ravens play the Rams on Sunday at another challenging road stadium. The 0-2 Rams are an inferior team in terms of talent. The Ravens can't afford to give away another win. Here are five significant storylines to follow from your sofas as the Ravens play the Rams on Sunday: 1. Who will Joe Flacco throw the ball to?
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Baltimore Sun reporter | September 25, 2011
Ravens 37, Rams 7 Fourth quarter: 4:58 Baltimore Touchdown - Sam Bradford sacked by Haloti Ngata for no gain. Sam Bradford fumble recovered by Haloti Ngata at the St. Louis 32, returned into the end zone. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Ravens 30, Rams 7 Third quarter: 5:14 St. Louis Touchdown - Sam Bradford pass to Brandon Gibson for 34 yards. (Josh Brown extra point is good). Ravens 30, Rams 0 Third quarter: 10:29 Baltimore Field Goal - 38-yarder by Billy Cundiff.
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September 25, 2011
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By Kathleen Nelson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch | September 21, 2011
The controversy surrounding the shenanigans of Giants linebacker Jacquian Williams and safety Deon Grant simply refuses to go quietly. Williams and Grant fell to the ground late in the first quarter of the Giants' 28-16 win Monday, when the Rams were using the no-huddle offense. The Rams contend the injuries seemed suspect, aimed at gaining a breather for the tired Giants defense. "It gave them time to rest and recover because their tongues were hanging out," Rams center Jason Brown said Wednesday.
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By Matt Vensel | April 13, 2011
Every time I put out one of my mock drafts, readers tell me they think things would play out differently (chances are we'll both end up being wrong). Well, now you get a chance to play GM in my first-ever reader NFL mock draft. Here's how it works. I'll post a daily poll where you can vote to decide what the team that's on the clock should do with its pick. To keep it simple, I'll give you five options for each pick. If you think I missed somebody, let me know in the comments section.
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By Jim Thomas, St. Louis Post-Dispatch | September 21, 2011
During a normal practice week, the Rams don't do their red zone work until Friday. But this isn't a normal week. Not after misfiring three times in the red zone Monday against the New York Giants and four times in five trips inside the 20 this season. So on Wednesday, the Rams' did their "Ram-ball" drill in the red zone, instead of in the middle of the field. Ram-ball, coach Steve Spagnuolo explained, "is basically the Rams' offense vs. the Rams' defense. It's usually about eight plays.
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By Dan Singer and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
For Tyler Glenn, frontman of the Provo, Utah-based pop-rock quartet Neon Trees, seeing a therapist was a breakthrough in more ways than one. “It was definitely a profound thing,” said Glenn recently on the phone from Minneapolis. “I found that it was OK to have anxiety and it was OK to have some of the feelings that I had about myself.” Glenn used his therapy sessions as a creative muse when he began writing songs for April's “Pop Psychology,” Neon Trees' third album, and the therapy gave him the confidence he needed to publicly come out as gay in “Rolling Stone” earlier this year.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2014
Vladimir Mehul Baptiste imagined conversations with his family, according to his mother, banged on the walls of his home screaming, "What's wrong with me?" and sat in a rainstorm because he said it felt good. The man now accused of ramming a stolen truck into the WMAR television station had been hospitalized at psychiatric facilities in recent years, his mother said in an interview. She expressed concern her son was using marijuana. Baptiste was under outpatient care as recently as Monday - one day before police say he barricaded himself into the Towson offices of Channel 2 news.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
An emotionally disturbed man drives a landscaping truck into the lobby of Baltimore TV station WMAR around noon and then spends the afternoon inside the building watching other TV outlets covering his five-hour standoff with police. Sounds like a media story to me. It sounds as if it could be the story of someone with a troubled mind literally trying to break his way into the bright, shiny world of television - and accomplishing it, for a few hours at least, through his act of violence.
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By Sean Welsh, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
Salisbury University was placed on lockdown and a city-wide manhunt was underway late Wednesday evening after an officer-involved shooting near campus, police said. Salisbury Police tweeted just before 10 p.m. that officers were involved in a shooting in the area of Parker Place. A male suspect wanted connection with the incident was identified by Salisbury Police as Edwin Lamont Fletcher, 31. He is approximately 6-foot-2, 160 pounds, according to Maryland State Police. According to a Maryland State Police news release, an undercover task force was investigating Fletcher, who was wanted on a warrant for drug felony charges.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2014
The pending arrival of new Ravens safety Darian Stewart comes with a scouting report. Stewart has built a reputation as a tough guy with a lot of pop and as a tackler who excels in run support. However, Stewart isn't known for making a ton of plays in pass coverage despite his above-average speed. "Good safety, good player," said retired former St. Louis Rams defensive tackle D'Marco Farr, an analyst for the organization's broadcasting team. "Good, smart, instinctive guy, underrated hitter.
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By Andrew Conrad, Baltimore Sun Media Group | March 15, 2014
Despite running a full-court press for the entire second half and pushing to erase a 14-point halftime deficit, the New Town girls basketball team never ran out of energy against Southern Garrett. "We've been running all season," said New Town senior Tiana Davis, who led New Town with eight rebounds. But the Titans (21-6) did run out of time. Southern (22-4) defeated New Town, 52-47, for the Class 1A state championship Saturday evening at Towson's SECU Arena. The Rams jumped out to a 6-0 lead, and New Town did not score until junior Destiney Taylor-Betts' (10 points, five steals)
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September 22, 2011
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 31, Rams 7 Cam Cameron doesn't have to change his phone number this week as Ravens reassure their rattled fans with an offensive outburst. Edward Lee Ravens 20, Rams 16 The Ravens catch a break with the Rams coming off of a short week, losing their top running back and wide receiver to injuries, and fielding the worst rush defense in the league. Mike Preston Ravens 20, Rams 10 Ravens have to make up for last week's disaster.
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By Peter Schmuck and Jon Morgan and Peter Schmuck and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writers | July 16, 1995
Anaheim, Calif. -- There was no midnight ride. The Los Angeles Rams spent much of June packing up the trucks for their long-anticipated move to St. Louis. The Los Angeles Raiders were not far behind, announcing soon thereafter their intention to move back to Oakland and give up sole football claim to the second-largest sports market in the United States.How can this be? NFL training camps are opening everywhere . . . . everywhere but in Los Angeles and Orange County, a massive metropolitan area that once made sports moguls from other parts of the country drool with envy.
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By Rich Scherr, For The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
Hoping to calm any fears about playing in front of a hostile crowd, Patterson coach Harry Martin on Friday dusted off a sweet memory - a video of the Clippers' region final win two years ago in front of a raucous crowd at Milford Mill. "I told them [the atmosphere] really wasn't a big deal," Martin said. "We just had to weather the storm. " Hours later, in front of an equally boisterous crowd at Randallstown, No. 8 Patterson weathered the storm, rallying from an early nine-point deficit to stop the No. 5 Rams, 73-63, in the Class 2A North region final.
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By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2014
Sometimes, girlfriends just wanna listen to jazz. First lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Sharon Malone, wife of Attorney General Eric Holder, caught Sunday night's first show of contemporary jazz singer Rachelle Ferrell at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis. The women - Malone has been to the Rams Head several times before - were joined by two other women and shared a bottle of white wine while listening to the performance. Zach Price, general manager for Rams Head On Stage, said he was rushing around, making his usual pre-show preparations, when he was told someone wanted to consult him about security for a VIP guest.
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