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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2006
Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Simeon Rice don't need to be introduced to each other. They graduated from college the same year and were on the same All-America teams. Rice was the No. 3 overall pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 1996, and Ogden went one slot later to the Ravens. They have kicked, scratched, fought and cursed each other during four matchups in their NFL careers. So when they meet Sunday at Raymond James Stadium in the opener for both teams, they won't have a lot to say to each other.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | September 10, 2006
Ravens run offense vs. Buccaneers run defense Ravens running back Jamal Lewis has struggled in every season opener that he has started. He has averaged 3.5 yards a carry in his past four season openers. Tampa Bay returns the core of a defense that ranked No. 6 against the run last season. Running between the tackles is difficult to do against the Buccaneers because of stout interior linemen Anthony McFarland and Chris Hovan. It's equally as tough to get to the outside against Tampa Bay's quick-pursuit linebackers, Shelton Quarles and Derrick Brooks.
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November 5, 1995
BaseballNew York Yankees: Announced that they won't offer salary arbitration to P Steve Howe, granting him free agency.CollegesLombardi Award: Named finalists for award given to the lineman of the year: Ohio State sophomore OT Orlando Pace, Arizona senior DE Tedy Bruschi, UCLA senior OT Jonathan Ogden and Illinois senior LB Simeon Rice. The winner will be announced Dec. 7 in Houston.FootballCleveland Browns: Waived TE Walter Reeves and replaced him on the roster with S Vashone Adams.HockeyBoston Bruins: Recalled D Mark Cornforth and C Ryan Hughes from AHL Providence.
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2006
Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Simeon Rice don't need to be introduced to each other. They graduated from college the same year and were on the same All-America teams. Rice was the No. 3 overall pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 1996, and Ogden went one slot later to the Ravens. They have kicked, scratched, fought and cursed each other during four matchups in their NFL careers. So when they meet Sunday at Raymond James Stadium in the opener for both teams, they won't have a lot to say to each other.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2000
The Ravens have reached contract terms with free agent Dennis Stallings, a special teams standout and reserve middle linebacker with the Tennessee Titans. The Titans had tendered the three-year veteran a $472,000, one-year contract in the off-season, then withdrew the offer 10 days ago, effectively making him a free agent. Stallings agreed to a one-year contract for an NFL-minimum $385,000 with the Ravens. "The Ravens showed immediate interest when Tennessee withdrew the tender," said Stallings' agent, Richard Katz.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | September 10, 2006
Ravens run offense vs. Buccaneers run defense Ravens running back Jamal Lewis has struggled in every season opener that he has started. He has averaged 3.5 yards a carry in his past four season openers. Tampa Bay returns the core of a defense that ranked No. 6 against the run last season. Running between the tackles is difficult to do against the Buccaneers because of stout interior linemen Anthony McFarland and Chris Hovan. It's equally as tough to get to the outside against Tampa Bay's quick-pursuit linebackers, Shelton Quarles and Derrick Brooks.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2000
Ravens outside linebacker Peter Boulware has a little more to look forward to and a bit more incentive when the team visits Arizona this weekend. He owns a house there and also gets a chance to go up against former Florida State teammate Andre Wadsworth, a defensive end with the Cardinals. The two - Boulware was the fourth player selected in the 1997 draft and Wadsworth the third overall pick in '98 - have often trained together during the off-season, though not as much this past year with both rehabbing injuries.
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 1996
The Baltimore Ravens had mapped out their NFL draft strategy a day in advance, and University of Illinois defensive end Simeon Rice was the wild card. Southern California wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, Illinois linebacker Kevin Hardy, UCLA offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden and Nebraska running back Lawrence Phillips were projected to be the first four picks. If Rice was the third player chosen in the draft, then Baltimore had a decision to make. Did it take Phillips, perhaps the best athlete in the draft, who filled a pressing need but was a public relations risk?
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November 7, 1999
Arizona (2-5) at N.Y. Jets (1-6)Time: 1 p.m.Line: Jets by 7 1/2.Vs. spread: Cardinals 2-5; Jets 2-4.Last week: Cardinals lost to Patriots, 27-3. Jets had a bye.Series: Tied 2-2.Last meeting: Jets won, 31-21, on Oct. 27, 1996, at Arizona.Outlook: Rick Mirer vs. Dave Brown. Bad vs. Worse. Wake us when this sleep-fest is over. Ray Lucas' ankle is still sore, so the Jets are stuck with Mirer at QB for another week. As bad as he has been, Mirer should be good enough to beat Brown, subbing for an injured Jake Plummer, and a reeling Arizona team that has scored 85 points -- that's fewer than every other team except Cleveland -- and more than 16 in a game once, in the opener vs. Philadelphia.
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By SPORTSTICKER | November 5, 1995
Ohio State sophomore offensive tackle Orlando Pace was among four finalists named yesterday for the 1995 Lombardi Award, given to the college football lineman of the year.The winner will be announced Dec. 7 in Houston.The three other finalists are all seniors: Arizona defensive end Tedy Bruschi, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden of UCLA and linebacker Simeon Rice of Illinois.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2000
Ravens outside linebacker Peter Boulware has a little more to look forward to and a bit more incentive when the team visits Arizona this weekend. He owns a house there and also gets a chance to go up against former Florida State teammate Andre Wadsworth, a defensive end with the Cardinals. The two - Boulware was the fourth player selected in the 1997 draft and Wadsworth the third overall pick in '98 - have often trained together during the off-season, though not as much this past year with both rehabbing injuries.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 23, 2000
The Ravens have reached contract terms with free agent Dennis Stallings, a special teams standout and reserve middle linebacker with the Tennessee Titans. The Titans had tendered the three-year veteran a $472,000, one-year contract in the off-season, then withdrew the offer 10 days ago, effectively making him a free agent. Stallings agreed to a one-year contract for an NFL-minimum $385,000 with the Ravens. "The Ravens showed immediate interest when Tennessee withdrew the tender," said Stallings' agent, Richard Katz.
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November 7, 1999
Arizona (2-5) at N.Y. Jets (1-6)Time: 1 p.m.Line: Jets by 7 1/2.Vs. spread: Cardinals 2-5; Jets 2-4.Last week: Cardinals lost to Patriots, 27-3. Jets had a bye.Series: Tied 2-2.Last meeting: Jets won, 31-21, on Oct. 27, 1996, at Arizona.Outlook: Rick Mirer vs. Dave Brown. Bad vs. Worse. Wake us when this sleep-fest is over. Ray Lucas' ankle is still sore, so the Jets are stuck with Mirer at QB for another week. As bad as he has been, Mirer should be good enough to beat Brown, subbing for an injured Jake Plummer, and a reeling Arizona team that has scored 85 points -- that's fewer than every other team except Cleveland -- and more than 16 in a game once, in the opener vs. Philadelphia.
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 1996
The Baltimore Ravens had mapped out their NFL draft strategy a day in advance, and University of Illinois defensive end Simeon Rice was the wild card. Southern California wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, Illinois linebacker Kevin Hardy, UCLA offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden and Nebraska running back Lawrence Phillips were projected to be the first four picks. If Rice was the third player chosen in the draft, then Baltimore had a decision to make. Did it take Phillips, perhaps the best athlete in the draft, who filled a pressing need but was a public relations risk?
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November 5, 1995
BaseballNew York Yankees: Announced that they won't offer salary arbitration to P Steve Howe, granting him free agency.CollegesLombardi Award: Named finalists for award given to the lineman of the year: Ohio State sophomore OT Orlando Pace, Arizona senior DE Tedy Bruschi, UCLA senior OT Jonathan Ogden and Illinois senior LB Simeon Rice. The winner will be announced Dec. 7 in Houston.FootballCleveland Browns: Waived TE Walter Reeves and replaced him on the roster with S Vashone Adams.HockeyBoston Bruins: Recalled D Mark Cornforth and C Ryan Hughes from AHL Providence.
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November 30, 2005
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