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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,Sun Reporter | November 16, 2007
Though center Steve Everitt played only one year with the Ravens, the legacy he left was a lulu. Everitt wore Megadeth T-shirts, had a blond ponytail and hosted a weekly radio show on 98 Rock on which he played heavy metal music. He kept pet frogs in his apartment, skipped showers now and then after practice and filled the cargo pockets of his camouflage shorts with leftovers right off the plate during team meals. Cleveland's first-round draft pick in 1993, Everitt marched to a different drummer (his favorite was Eric Singer of the rock group Kiss)
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,Sun Reporter | November 16, 2007
Though center Steve Everitt played only one year with the Ravens, the legacy he left was a lulu. Everitt wore Megadeth T-shirts, had a blond ponytail and hosted a weekly radio show on 98 Rock on which he played heavy metal music. He kept pet frogs in his apartment, skipped showers now and then after practice and filled the cargo pockets of his camouflage shorts with leftovers right off the plate during team meals. Cleveland's first-round draft pick in 1993, Everitt marched to a different drummer (his favorite was Eric Singer of the rock group Kiss)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | July 28, 1996
Steve Everitt lives a simple life, although figuring him out is anything but easy.As the Ravens' center, Everitt makes his living amid the brutality that defines the line of scrimmage. Off the field, his struggles are cerebral, as he works to create serious art that satisfies him.He gets equally animated discussing the surreal art of Salvador Dali, and the deafening art form of heavy metal rock 'n' roll. Mention KISS, the 1970s band remembered as much for its makeup and stage theatrics as its guitar riffs, and Everitt's eyes widen.
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By Sun staff writer Ken Murray | August 29, 1997
Ten free agents who'll pay big dividends:49ers RB Garrison Hearst (Bengals): Finally, a running game for Steve Young.Panthers LB Micheal Barrow (Oilers): Makes tough defense even saltier.Raiders QB Jeff George (Falcons): Finally, the Raiders can go deep.Cowboys WR Anthony Miller (Broncos): The deep threat Troy Aikman needs.Eagles C Steve Everitt (Ravens): Anchor in middle of the line.Raiders S Eric Turner (Ravens): Perfect fit for a big hitter.49ers G Kevin Gogan (Raiders): See Garrison Hearst.
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By Sun staff writer Ken Murray | August 29, 1997
Ten free agents who'll pay big dividends:49ers RB Garrison Hearst (Bengals): Finally, a running game for Steve Young.Panthers LB Micheal Barrow (Oilers): Makes tough defense even saltier.Raiders QB Jeff George (Falcons): Finally, the Raiders can go deep.Cowboys WR Anthony Miller (Broncos): The deep threat Troy Aikman needs.Eagles C Steve Everitt (Ravens): Anchor in middle of the line.Raiders S Eric Turner (Ravens): Perfect fit for a big hitter.49ers G Kevin Gogan (Raiders): See Garrison Hearst.
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By Mike Preston | December 17, 1995
Site: Cleveland StadiumTime: 1 p.m.TV/Radio: NoneLine: Bengals by 2Last week: The Browns lost, 27-11, to the Minnesota Vikings. The Bengals beat the Bears, 16-10.Last meeting: The Browns beat the Bengals in overtime, 29-26, at Riverfront Stadium on Oct. 29 for their sixth straight win in the series. Matt Stover's 28-yard field goal 6:30 into overtime was the game-winner.The series: Browns lead, 26-24.On the sidelines: Browns coach Bill Belichick is 7-2 against the Bengals. Cincinnati coach Dave Shula is 1-6 against the Browns.
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December 15, 1996
Site: Ericsson Stadium, Charlotte, N.C.Time: 1 p.m.TV: Chs. 11, 4Announcers: Don Criqui and Beasley ReeceRadio: WJFK (1300 AM), WLIF (101.9 FM).Line: Panthers by 8Vs. spread: Ravens 5-8; Panthers 11-3.On grass: Ravens 4-6; Panthers 7-1.Last week: Ravens lost to Bengals, 21-14; Panthers beat 49ers, 30-24.Series: First meeting.Who's hot: Ravens: QB Vinny Testaverde leads the AFC with 29 touchdowns, is second in passing yardage (3,630) and has been named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his 10-year career.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1996
Life on the sidelines has been torture for Steve Everitt.The 1996 season threw the Ravens' center a curveball six weeks ago, when Everitt tore a pectoral muscle in the fourth quarter of a 45-34 loss in Denver.Up to that point, Everitt had been playing the best football of his four-year career. Since then, he has spent most of his days in the training and weight rooms, recovering from his injury.And when he takes the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers tomorrow after missing five games, Everitt will feel like a free man again.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1996
One day after the mayor of San Francisco called him an "embarrassment to humankind" for two damaging turnovers against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, 49ers quarterback Elvis Grbac said he would like to see a statement of apology.San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown criticized Grbac, who replaced Steve Young in the second half after Young sustained a mild concussion.Grbac threw two interceptions, including one that set up the Cowboys' tying score before the game went into overtime.Dallas drove 66 yards on 11 plays, and Chris Boniol kicked a winning 29-yard field goal, prompting Brown to say that Grbac would never play in a new city-built stadium.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | September 1, 1996
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Ravens called it a statement game, and the team may have left a favorable impression on the rest of the NFL and the country.If there were any residual effects from the team's move from Cleveland to Baltimore last year, they may have been buried at the same time the Ravens defeated the New York Giants, 37-27, before 39,799 at Giants Stadium on Aug. 10.Except for a shoddy second quarter, these hardly looked like the Cleveland Browns of a year ago that went 5-11 and lost eight of their last nine games.
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December 15, 1996
Site: Ericsson Stadium, Charlotte, N.C.Time: 1 p.m.TV: Chs. 11, 4Announcers: Don Criqui and Beasley ReeceRadio: WJFK (1300 AM), WLIF (101.9 FM).Line: Panthers by 8Vs. spread: Ravens 5-8; Panthers 11-3.On grass: Ravens 4-6; Panthers 7-1.Last week: Ravens lost to Bengals, 21-14; Panthers beat 49ers, 30-24.Series: First meeting.Who's hot: Ravens: QB Vinny Testaverde leads the AFC with 29 touchdowns, is second in passing yardage (3,630) and has been named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his 10-year career.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1996
Life on the sidelines has been torture for Steve Everitt.The 1996 season threw the Ravens' center a curveball six weeks ago, when Everitt tore a pectoral muscle in the fourth quarter of a 45-34 loss in Denver.Up to that point, Everitt had been playing the best football of his four-year career. Since then, he has spent most of his days in the training and weight rooms, recovering from his injury.And when he takes the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers tomorrow after missing five games, Everitt will feel like a free man again.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1996
One day after the mayor of San Francisco called him an "embarrassment to humankind" for two damaging turnovers against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, 49ers quarterback Elvis Grbac said he would like to see a statement of apology.San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown criticized Grbac, who replaced Steve Young in the second half after Young sustained a mild concussion.Grbac threw two interceptions, including one that set up the Cowboys' tying score before the game went into overtime.Dallas drove 66 yards on 11 plays, and Chris Boniol kicked a winning 29-yard field goal, prompting Brown to say that Grbac would never play in a new city-built stadium.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | September 1, 1996
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Ravens called it a statement game, and the team may have left a favorable impression on the rest of the NFL and the country.If there were any residual effects from the team's move from Cleveland to Baltimore last year, they may have been buried at the same time the Ravens defeated the New York Giants, 37-27, before 39,799 at Giants Stadium on Aug. 10.Except for a shoddy second quarter, these hardly looked like the Cleveland Browns of a year ago that went 5-11 and lost eight of their last nine games.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | August 11, 1996
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Ravens called it a statement game, and the team may have left a favorable impression on the rest of the NFL and the country.If there were any residual effects from the team's move from Cleveland to Baltimore last year, they may have been buried at the same time the Ravens defeated the New York Giants, 37-27, yesterday before a crowd of 39,799 at Giants Stadium.Except for a shoddy second quarter, these hardly looked like the Cleveland Browns of a year ago that went 5-11 and lost eight of their last nine games.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | July 29, 1996
This is one time Ravens guard Wally Williams isn't pulling an end-around. His message is just like the path he wants to clear for a runner: straight and to the point."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | July 29, 1996
This is one time Ravens guard Wally Williams isn't pulling an end-around. His message is just like the path he wants to clear for a runner: straight and to the point."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | August 11, 1996
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Ravens called it a statement game, and the team may have left a favorable impression on the rest of the NFL and the country.If there were any residual effects from the team's move from Cleveland to Baltimore last year, they may have been buried at the same time the Ravens defeated the New York Giants, 37-27, yesterday before a crowd of 39,799 at Giants Stadium.Except for a shoddy second quarter, these hardly looked like the Cleveland Browns of a year ago that went 5-11 and lost eight of their last nine games.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | July 28, 1996
Steve Everitt lives a simple life, although figuring him out is anything but easy.As the Ravens' center, Everitt makes his living amid the brutality that defines the line of scrimmage. Off the field, his struggles are cerebral, as he works to create serious art that satisfies him.He gets equally animated discussing the surreal art of Salvador Dali, and the deafening art form of heavy metal rock 'n' roll. Mention KISS, the 1970s band remembered as much for its makeup and stage theatrics as its guitar riffs, and Everitt's eyes widen.
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By Mike Preston | December 17, 1995
Site: Cleveland StadiumTime: 1 p.m.TV/Radio: NoneLine: Bengals by 2Last week: The Browns lost, 27-11, to the Minnesota Vikings. The Bengals beat the Bears, 16-10.Last meeting: The Browns beat the Bengals in overtime, 29-26, at Riverfront Stadium on Oct. 29 for their sixth straight win in the series. Matt Stover's 28-yard field goal 6:30 into overtime was the game-winner.The series: Browns lead, 26-24.On the sidelines: Browns coach Bill Belichick is 7-2 against the Bengals. Cincinnati coach Dave Shula is 1-6 against the Browns.
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