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By Matt Vensel | July 18, 2013
As Ron Jaworski's annual list of the top quarterbacks in the NFL winds down, we are still waiting for him to reveal the ranking of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Here's what we do know: Flacco is in Jaworski's top five. On Wednesday, the ESPN analyst announced that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, a former NFL Most Valuable Player and Super Bowl winner, was sixth on his list. Scratched off before Brees was a pair of two-time Super Bowl champions in Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Eli Manning of the New York Giants.
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By Matt Vensel | July 18, 2013
As Ron Jaworski's annual list of the top quarterbacks in the NFL winds down, we are still waiting for him to reveal the ranking of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Here's what we do know: Flacco is in Jaworski's top five. On Wednesday, the ESPN analyst announced that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, a former NFL Most Valuable Player and Super Bowl winner, was sixth on his list. Scratched off before Brees was a pair of two-time Super Bowl champions in Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Eli Manning of the New York Giants.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2010
The offensive makeover the Ravens underwent this past offseason yielded a pair of established wide receivers in Anquan Boldin and Donte' Stallworth and the rookie tight end duo of Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta. But if you poll the team's stable of running backs, the Ravens are still a run-based offense. "I still think it's a major part because if we don't establish the run, we'll never establish the passing game," tailback Willis McGahee said. "I don't care who we have out there, you need the running game to help out the passing game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | January 13, 2012
Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski still lives in New Jersey and is friendly with Delaware football coach K.C. Keeler, so it is fair to say that the former NFL quarterback has closely followed the growth and development of Ravens' signal caller, Joe Flacco, a Garden State native and a former Blue Hen. Jaworski has seen both the good and bad from Flacco, and firmly believes that the fourth-year quarterback hasn't peaked.  “I think Joe has as much natural, God-given talent as anybody playing the position right now,” Jaworski said in a phone interview with The Baltimore Sun Wednesday.
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October 6, 1990
Stan White, the agent for Cleveland Browns cornerback Frank Minnifield, who has announced he's filing an antitrust suit against the National Football League, said yesterday that he had reached the "parameters of a deal" with the Washington Redskins during training camp.But White, a former Baltimore Colt, said the deal wasn't completed because the Browns wanted offensive tackle Jim Lachey in return.White indicated the Redskins were willing to pay Minnifield a salary comparable to Darrell Green's.
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By ray frager and ray frager,ray.frager@baltsun.com | September 26, 2008
Presenting the last set of sports media notes from the year 5768: * If Ron Jaworski were the Ravens' offensive coordinator, he would be doing just what Cam Cameron is doing. Jaworski, speaking yesterday from the bowels of NFL Films in New Jersey - OK, to be accurate, I don't know for sure it was the bowels; he could have been closer to the lungs - said he has been impressed with the Ravens, particularly on offense. "John Harbaugh has a very organized football team," said Jaworski, who will be X-and-O-ing during Monday night's Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers game on ESPN.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | January 13, 2012
Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski still lives in New Jersey and is friendly with Delaware football coach K.C. Keeler, so it is fair to say that the former NFL quarterback has closely followed the growth and development of Ravens' signal caller, Joe Flacco, a Garden State native and a former Blue Hen. Jaworski has seen both the good and bad from Flacco, and firmly believes that the fourth-year quarterback hasn't peaked.  “I think Joe has as much natural, God-given talent as anybody playing the position right now,” Jaworski said in a phone interview with The Baltimore Sun Wednesday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2010
Backup quarterback Marc Bulger refuted an ESPN broadcast crew's characterization of his emotional and mental state before the Ravens' 17-12 victory over the Carolina Panthers in the preseason opener for both teams on Thursday night. According to Pro Football Talk, play-by-play guy Mike Tirico of the ESPN Monday Night Football broadcast team called Bulger a "defeated guy" after enduring a 5-30 record as a starter with the St. Louis Rams. Color analyst and former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski described a meeting with Bulger.
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By RAY FRAGER | September 12, 2007
Whatever else you say about ESPN's first Monday night telecast of the regular season, it was obvious how much better a rapport Tony Kornheiser has with Ron Jaworski than he did with Joe Theismann. Yes, they yukked it up, but it didn't get in the way of Jaworski's points about the game, which he made without going on and on like the fellow in that chair last year. Earlier in the weekend: Dan Marino greeted the newest member of The NFL Today cast, Bill Cowher, by putting on a "spit shield" to protect him should the former coach launch into the kind of intense monologue that typified his sideline style.
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August 30, 1996
Raiders at RavensTime: 1 p.m. Sunday, Ch. 11Announcers: Tom Hammond and Bob Trumpy.Why to watch: Baltimore returns to the NFL after 12 years, so let's vent one last time about Tagliabue, Cooke, et al, and get on with it.If it's a blowout: Watch till the end, anyway. It's history.Saints at 49ersTime: 4 p.m. Sunday, Ch. 45.Announcers: Kevin Harlan and Jerry Glanville.Why to watch: See Jerry Rice run, see Jerry Rice catch, see Jerry Rice score. And see Jim Mora frown, again.If it's a blowout: Unhook the cable and try to tune in the Patriots against the Dolphins on Washington's Channel 4.Bills at GiantsTime: 8 p.m. Sunday, TNTAnnouncers: Verne Lundquist and Pat Haden.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2010
The offensive makeover the Ravens underwent this past offseason yielded a pair of established wide receivers in Anquan Boldin and Donte' Stallworth and the rookie tight end duo of Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta. But if you poll the team's stable of running backs, the Ravens are still a run-based offense. "I still think it's a major part because if we don't establish the run, we'll never establish the passing game," tailback Willis McGahee said. "I don't care who we have out there, you need the running game to help out the passing game.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2010
Backup quarterback Marc Bulger refuted an ESPN broadcast crew's characterization of his emotional and mental state before the Ravens' 17-12 victory over the Carolina Panthers in the preseason opener for both teams on Thursday night. According to Pro Football Talk, play-by-play guy Mike Tirico of the ESPN Monday Night Football broadcast team called Bulger a "defeated guy" after enduring a 5-30 record as a starter with the St. Louis Rams. Color analyst and former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski described a meeting with Bulger.
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By ray frager and ray frager,ray.frager@baltsun.com | September 26, 2008
Presenting the last set of sports media notes from the year 5768: * If Ron Jaworski were the Ravens' offensive coordinator, he would be doing just what Cam Cameron is doing. Jaworski, speaking yesterday from the bowels of NFL Films in New Jersey - OK, to be accurate, I don't know for sure it was the bowels; he could have been closer to the lungs - said he has been impressed with the Ravens, particularly on offense. "John Harbaugh has a very organized football team," said Jaworski, who will be X-and-O-ing during Monday night's Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers game on ESPN.
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October 6, 1990
Stan White, the agent for Cleveland Browns cornerback Frank Minnifield, who has announced he's filing an antitrust suit against the National Football League, said yesterday that he had reached the "parameters of a deal" with the Washington Redskins during training camp.But White, a former Baltimore Colt, said the deal wasn't completed because the Browns wanted offensive tackle Jim Lachey in return.White indicated the Redskins were willing to pay Minnifield a salary comparable to Darrell Green's.
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Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | June 29, 2013
With his season on the line and the careers of some of his Ravens teammates hanging in the balance, Joe Flacco stepped up in the pocket, swiveled his hips, uncorked his 6-foot-6 frame and launched the football. Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore backpedaled and backpedaled as the ball floated through the bitter-cold Denver air and over his head. Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones opened his eyes wide as the pass somehow reached him, 20 yards from the end zone and 55 yards from where Flacco released it. "That ball dropped out of the sky. And there was only one place the ball could be caught," said ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski, who played quarterback in the NFL for 15 years.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | July 24, 1994
Dallas -- Randy White walks into his house around 6 in the morning dressed in a sleeveless flannel shirt, jeans and boots. He has a shotgun in one hand, a rifle under the other arm.Dirt is splattered on his face; anger is in his eyes.Randy White lost this game, at least for a day."Darn coyotes," said White, spitting a wad of tobacco. "They've killed 12 goats between my farm and my neighbors. I'm going to get them. They don't know who they're messing with.""He'll kill them, for sure," said Charlie Waters, the Denver Broncos' defensive coordinator and White's former teammate.
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