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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | September 5, 1995
After giving Heath Shuler a battery of tests yesterday, the Washington Redskins confirmed their original diagnosis that the quarterback will be sidelined two to four weeks with a separated right shoulder.Shuler suffered the injury when Clyde Simmons decked him after he threw a pass late in the second quarter of the Redskins' 27-7 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.Gus Frerotte, who threw two touchdown passes in the second half after replacing Shuler, will step into the starting slot in Shuler's absence and Trent Green will be the backup, coach Norv Turner said.
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2009
Some people, when house hunting, yearn for "fixer-uppers" and are not intimidated by the prospect of hard work such as hours spent scraping paint, replacing rotted doors and pulling up old floorboards. Such was the case with Katina and Sean Salisbury when they spent $119,900 six years ago on a sturdy Denver-style bungalow in Overlea. "We were young and we wanted a project we could work on together," said Katina Salisbury. "My husband wanted a kitchen to fix up." And so the work began on the two-bathroom, four-bedroom home with a long, narrow backyard.
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2009
Some people, when house hunting, yearn for "fixer-uppers" and are not intimidated by the prospect of hard work such as hours spent scraping paint, replacing rotted doors and pulling up old floorboards. Such was the case with Katina and Sean Salisbury when they spent $119,900 six years ago on a sturdy Denver-style bungalow in Overlea. "We were young and we wanted a project we could work on together," said Katina Salisbury. "My husband wanted a kitchen to fix up." And so the work began on the two-bathroom, four-bedroom home with a long, narrow backyard.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | April 28, 2006
This weekend marks ESPN's 27th time televising the NFL draft. So I don't care how well you argued for your high school debate team, the discussion about the logic and the wisdom of devoting so much air time to this exercise in pick-'em-up has been closed for a while. More people probably know who Mel Kiper Jr. is than they do Kenneth Lay. (I think Kiper has Lay going in the seventh round to the Arizona Cardinals.) "If there's any event that typifies how far we've come as a company, it's the NFL draft," John Wildhack, ESPN senior vice president, said in a conference call this week.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
Southern coach Tom Albright has had more than his share of outstanding players in nearly 30 years at the Harwood school, but he says that junior Chatney Howard "creates as good as anybody as I've ever had."That is saying something when some of the former Southern greats are recalled, such as Pee Wee Smith (1981), Gary Mullen and Troy Brown (1983) and the late Geno Spriggs and Sean Salisbury (1986).All three of those years, plus 1973, were state championship years for Albright. The four state titles and more than 400 wins are unprecedented in county boys basketball history.
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By John W. Stewart | January 15, 1991
Coppin State broke away from a tenacious University of Maryland Eastern Shore during a three-minute spell in the second half and pulled away to an 87-63 triumph at the Coppin Center last night.Coppin (6-8, 2-1) had threatened to open a gap on a couple of earlier occasions, but this time the Eagles made sure. Larry Stewart had two baskets and a free throw in a 9-2 burst that built a 52-40 lead with 13 minutes left.When Larry McCollum made two foul shots with 9 minutes, 50 seconds left, it gave the home team a 57-45 lead, and the margin did not dip below that the rest of the way.The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory by Coppin State was its 17th in a row at home (four this year)
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By Bob Sansevere and Bob Sansevere,Knight-Ridder | July 9, 1992
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- One of the new television commercials for the new-look Minnesota Vikings shows the team receptionist on the telephone. We only hear the receptionist's side of the conversation:"Minnesota Vikings. May I help you?. . . . No, I'm sorry. Mr. Walker is pursuing other interests. . . . No, Mr. Millard is exploring an opportunity in Seattle. . . . Who? No, coach Green felt he could benefit from a change of scenery. . . . No, no. We booted his butt, too."Whose butt got booted? It's vague in the commercial.
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By RAY FRAGER | April 28, 2006
This weekend marks ESPN's 27th time televising the NFL draft. So I don't care how well you argued for your high school debate team, the discussion about the logic and the wisdom of devoting so much air time to this exercise in pick-'em-up has been closed for a while. More people probably know who Mel Kiper Jr. is than they do Kenneth Lay. (I think Kiper has Lay going in the seventh round to the Arizona Cardinals.) "If there's any event that typifies how far we've come as a company, it's the NFL draft," John Wildhack, ESPN senior vice president, said in a conference call this week.
SPORTS
By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | January 1, 1993
ASHBURN, Va. -- Don't tell Richie Petitbon that Sean Salisbury is a "young" quarterback.His most immediate problem is stopping Salisbury tomorrow.NOTES: The Redskins added another player to their injury list of 10 players when backup DL Jim Wahler injured his knee in practice . His status is uncertain. WR Art Monk (back) joined six other players who missed practice Wednesday. Of the ailing players, only CB Darrell Green (heel) may not play. They hope the other five -- DE Charles Mann (knee)
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December 6, 1990
UMES vs. TEXAS-EL PASO * WHEN: Tonight, 9:30.* WHERE: Special Events Center in El Paso, Texas.* OUTLOOK: Maryland-Eastern Shore (1-4) is coming off a 79-62 loss at New Mexico on Monday, when Sean Salisbury led the Hawks with 21 points. UMES trailed at the half, 29-27, but the Lobos hit their first seven shots of the second half to take a 44-33 lead. UTEP (2-2) lost 77-70 to New Mexico State on Tuesday.ACC-BIG EAST CHALLENGE Wake Forest vs. Villanova North Carolina vs. Connecticut * WHEN: Tonight, 7 and 9, ESPN.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | September 5, 1995
After giving Heath Shuler a battery of tests yesterday, the Washington Redskins confirmed their original diagnosis that the quarterback will be sidelined two to four weeks with a separated right shoulder.Shuler suffered the injury when Clyde Simmons decked him after he threw a pass late in the second quarter of the Redskins' 27-7 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.Gus Frerotte, who threw two touchdown passes in the second half after replacing Shuler, will step into the starting slot in Shuler's absence and Trent Green will be the backup, coach Norv Turner said.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff Writer | March 19, 1993
Southern coach Tom Albright has had more than his share of outstanding players in nearly 30 years at the Harwood school, but he says that junior Chatney Howard "creates as good as anybody as I've ever had."That is saying something when some of the former Southern greats are recalled, such as Pee Wee Smith (1981), Gary Mullen and Troy Brown (1983) and the late Geno Spriggs and Sean Salisbury (1986).All three of those years, plus 1973, were state championship years for Albright. The four state titles and more than 400 wins are unprecedented in county boys basketball history.
SPORTS
By Bob Sansevere and Bob Sansevere,Knight-Ridder | July 9, 1992
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- One of the new television commercials for the new-look Minnesota Vikings shows the team receptionist on the telephone. We only hear the receptionist's side of the conversation:"Minnesota Vikings. May I help you?. . . . No, I'm sorry. Mr. Walker is pursuing other interests. . . . No, Mr. Millard is exploring an opportunity in Seattle. . . . Who? No, coach Green felt he could benefit from a change of scenery. . . . No, no. We booted his butt, too."Whose butt got booted? It's vague in the commercial.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | January 15, 1991
Coppin State broke away from a tenacious University of Maryland Eastern Shore during a three-minute spell in the second half and pulled away to an 87-63 triumph at the Coppin Center last night.Coppin (6-8, 2-1) had threatened to open a gap on a couple of earlier occasions, but this time the Eagles made sure. Larry Stewart had two baskets and a free throw in a 9-2 burst that built a 52-40 lead with 13 minutes left.When Larry McCollum made two foul shots with 9 minutes, 50 seconds left, it gave the home team a 57-45 lead, and the margin did not dip below that the rest of the way.The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory by Coppin State was its 17th in a row at home (four this year)
SPORTS
April 13, 1993
BaseballCincinnati Reds -- Called up P Jeff Kaiser from Triple-A Indianapolis. Sent P Dwayne Henry to their minor-league camp for reassignment.Montreal Expos -- Announced the resignation of Jim Fanning, special consultant.New York Mets -- Purchased the contract of former Oriole P Mickey Weston from Triple-A Norfolk. Sent OF Wayne Housie to Norfolk.BasketballNBA -- Suspended Stanley Roberts of the Los Angeles Clippers and Tom Hammonds of the Denver Nuggets for one game each for fighting in a game on April 10. Fined Roberts $10,000; Hammonds $5,000; and Elmore Spencer and Gary Grant of the Clippers and LaPhonso Ellis, Robert Werdann and Scott Hastings of the Nuggets $500 each for leaving the bench area during the incident.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | November 5, 2000
As if the energy level at the Inner Harbor ESPN Zone needed a boost. Put sports fans in costume at a Halloween party there held by a football star, and you've got a real barnburner -- one that was broadcast live on both local WMAR and ESPN. Some 850 folks showed up for "Shannon Sharpe's Gridiron Halloween," raising about $75,000 for Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake. Spotted in the sporty crowd: Darth Maul, vampires, the Mad Hatter, a coven of witches, Groucho and Harpo, "101 Dalmatians" characters, soldiers, the "Scream" serial killer, a blind referee, Dorothy, the Tin Man, Peter Pan, and male and female cheerleaders -- both in cute pleated skirts.
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