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By Dana Kinker | November 29, 2007
Redman, known for blending reggae and funk with rap, performs at 8 p.m. at Sonar on Saturday. Redman is also known for his musical collaboration with Christina Aguilera on her hit song "Dirrty" as well as for his starring roles in such movies as How High. Sonar is at 407 E. Saratoga St. Tickets for the 18-and-older show are $15. Call 410-327-8333 or go to sonarbaltimore.com.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
The Baltimore sports scene is blessed with a bunch of talented bloggers who bring their unique perspective to the conversation. Each week, I hope to chat with one of them in a regular feature called Blogger on Blogger. This week, I exchanged emails with Amanda Redman, who blogs about the Orioles for the Birds Watcher blog . MV: The Orioles entered Monday night's AL East showdown with the New York Yankees with five straight losses, all at home. I know there is still a long way and many, many games between now and late September, but are you concerned that these Orioles might be finally falling back to Earth?
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February 24, 2004
On February 21, 2004, RONALD REDMAN, loving son of the late Ellsworth and the late Hilda Redman; loving nephew of Fern Bowen and dear friend of Richard and Beverly Boyer; uncle to Tami Boyer Levin and the late Michael Boyer. Also survived by other family and many friends. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Rd, on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Services on Wednesday at 10 AM. Interment in Lakeview Memorial Park.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2011
Seven years ago, most of the athletic world looked at Isaac Redman and saw a young man who had thrown away a promising football career. Bowie State coach Damon Wilson looked at Redman and saw a kid who, regardless of what mistakes he had made, did not deserve to be thrown away. Sunday night, Redman will play running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XVL. He's not a star, but he is a valuable backup who scored a game-winning touchdown against the Ravens earlier this season.
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February 22, 2004
On February 20, 2004, ROBERT C. REDMAN Sr., beloved husband of the late Evelyn C. (nee Parris); devoted father of Roberta E. Valderas, Robert C. Redman Jr., Margaret von Rinteln and Arthur W. Redman. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Rd. (at Echodale) on Sunday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. A funeral service will be held at The Church of the Nazarine, 8510 Fowler Ave. on Monday, 11 am. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By MIKE PRESTON | June 6, 2002
CHRIS REDMAN doesn't have a swagger yet, but he has a little strut. Despite playing basically only two quarters in two years, Redman continues to grow in confidence with each offensive repetition at passing camp. No one really knows if Redman is the Ravens' quarterback of the future, but the third-year player out of Louisville has been impressive in his short stint as a starter. Redman still has to feel the hot breath of linebacker Jason Gildon pursuing him out of the pocket, and survive some of the blindside hits by Jevon Kearse.
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By LAURA VECSEY | November 19, 2002
IT'S NOT AS IF Sunday's NFL quarterback carnage was lost on Chris Redman, the Ravens quarterback sidelined because a bulging disc is shooting pain down his right leg and, more alarmingly, is prompting numbness to render his ankle and foot about as useful as a rubber doorstop. There's little market for an NFL quarterback who can't drop back and plant without having his ankle roll as if it's on ball bearings. That's especially true of a still-unproven, third-year pro in the final year of his contract, who, before the injury knocked him out of action four weeks ago, had been in sole possession of a dream job, not to mention the opportunity of a lifetime: The undisputed No. 1 quarterback of a rebuilding team two years removed from a Super Bowl championship.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | August 14, 2007
Closer inspection of the tape seems to reveal that Paul Bako and Tike Redman were the culprits in the Kevin Millar-Amber Theoharis ice bath after Sunday's Orioles-Boston Red Sox game. You know Redman was just following orders. The guy hasn't been here long enough to scheme against anyone. No knock on team president Andy MacPhail, but I'd feel better about the Orioles securing Georgia Tech catcher Matt Wieters if someone else were handling the negotiations. MacPhail, for better or worse, is not going to be overly generous when it comes to signing bonuses.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 2, 2003
IT SEEMS LIKE anybody can be the starting quarterback of the Ravens except the guy who opened the 2002 season as the starter. Jeff Blake has the inside track, even though his contract demand of $3 million in incentives is an absolute joke. Kordell Stewart has entered his name, but he is the No. 2 choice behind Blake. There even has been speculation that the Ravens will make New Orleans Saints backup Jake Delhomme the starter if they can't sign Blake or Stewart. Jake Delhomme? Anybody, it seems, but Chris Redman.
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By MIKE PRESTON | August 30, 2003
THE CHARADE of a quarterback competition is over. Regardless of how Ravens rookie Kyle Boller performs a week from tomorrow against the Steelers in Pittsburgh, his $20 million price tag ensures he will stay in the lineup for quite some time. But what about Chris Redman? Can he be effective as the No. 2 guy, or has he lost his confidence? Or will he slip to No. 3 behind Anthony Wright because of coach Brian Billick's fascination with another strong arm and another set of quick feet? That's the risk Billick has taken with Boller as the starter so early in the season.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2011
Isaac Redman didn't feel conflicted the last time the Steelers and the Ravens faced one another. But his friends certainly did. Redman, a running back who played college football at Bowie State, scored what turned out to be the winning touchdown in the Steelers 13-10 victory back in December. "I had a lot of family there," Redman said. "And a lot of my old teammates who are Baltimore fans were there, too. I got everyone tickets to come to the game, and when I scored the winning touchdown, they were kind of like 'No!
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | September 9, 2010
Former Bowie State running back Isaac Redman has made the Pittsburgh Steelers' 53-man roster. Redman, who rushed 28 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns in three preseason games, is listed third on the Steelers' depth chart at running back. He was on Pittsburgh's practice squad last season after playing for Bowie State from 2005 to 2008. He ended his college career as the Bulldogs' all-time leading rusher with 2,762 yards. He also holds school records for single-season rushing yards (1,512 in 2005)
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By From Sun staff and news services | September 6, 2009
Et cetera Lewis survives Browns cut; Steelers let Redman go Former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis, who was believed to be in danger of not making the team's opening-week roster, survived the Cleveland Browns' final cuts Saturday. An impressive training camp by rookie James Davis and Lewis' average of just 2.6 yards on 24 carries during the NFL preseason fueled speculation that Lewis, 30, who has eclipsed 10,000 career yards, might be among the players dropped. "Jamal has lot to contribute, and I'm looking forward to seeing him as we go through the season," Eric Mangini, the team's first-year coach, said.
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By From Sun staff reports | November 2, 2008
Isaac Redman rushed for a team-high 103 yards and scored two touchdowns as host Bowie State beat Virginia State, 21-16, yesterday. The Bulldogs finished 5-4 overall, and 4-3 in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Trojans (5-5, 4-3) jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead at the 11:46 mark of the first quarter before Redman scored his first touchdown four minutes later to even up the score. Bowie took the lead for good on Clifton Budd's 73-yard punt return with 8:21 left in the first half.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun Reporter | March 21, 2008
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Tike Redman dresses at his locker and grabs a cup of coffee before heading to the field. His name missing again from the Orioles' starting lineup, he's content to enter the game as a substitute, either in left field or center. As long as he's playing, a smile will return to his face. Redman loves baseball so much, he wants to share his experiences with anyone who will listen - even a young outfielder who could be inadvertently pushing him off the roster. Adam Jones has become more than the centerpiece of the Orioles' rebuilding project.
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By Dana Kinker | November 29, 2007
Redman, known for blending reggae and funk with rap, performs at 8 p.m. at Sonar on Saturday. Redman is also known for his musical collaboration with Christina Aguilera on her hit song "Dirrty" as well as for his starring roles in such movies as How High. Sonar is at 407 E. Saratoga St. Tickets for the 18-and-older show are $15. Call 410-327-8333 or go to sonarbaltimore.com.
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By MIKE PRESTON | July 31, 2003
THERE WAS never any quarterback controversy, just one question about the seemingly inevitable: When will rookie quarterback Kyle Boller replace veteran Chris Redman? Does it happen when Redman gets a hangnail or bruises his big toe, or do the Ravens say goodbye and make it legitimate by waiting for a losing streak? That's now a major theme of this season, and next. You feel for Redman, because everyone knows the Ravens would like to insert Boller, the No. 19 overall pick and hotshot out of California, as soon as possible.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | May 13, 1993
For sports car racing fans, Brian Redman's name is synonymous with the classic days of the sport, when World Manufacturer championships meant something, when major endurance racing was at its height.Everywhere a sports car or Formula One race was run, Redman was front and center. With U.S. Formula 5000, IMSA Camel GT and South African Springbok series championships in the record books and too many endurance victories to count -- OK, count: there were 26 of them from Watkins Glen to Sebring, from Daytona to Tanga Florio -- he was one of the smoothest driving champions the sport has seen.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | September 25, 2007
More in control Returning from a six-game suspension, Daniel Cabrera looked like a different pitcher for the Orioles - except for the part about not winning. Cabrera left after seven innings with a 2-1 lead, but Kansas City Royals pinch hitter Mark Grudzielanek homered off reliever Jamie Walker leading off the eighth. Cabrera allowed six hits, walked three and struck out five. He mixed his pitches better, using his breaking ball and changeup more than manager Dave Trembley could remember.
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