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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | October 1, 2000
Only love could convince Kelly Contino and Stevon Crum to marry and buy and renovate an inn all in the same year. It had to be love, the couple says, because they managed both projects and still kept their day jobs. Kelly, 34, is director of corporate finance and cash management at Black and Decker Inc. in Towson. Stevon, 33, owns two carpet-cleaning companies, Carpet Care Plus and Cardinal Carpet, both based in the southern Carroll County community of Sykesville. But the couple's passion -- besides each other -- is the 100-year-old Sykesville home they're turning into the Inn at Norwood.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | October 1, 2000
Only love could convince Kelly Contino and Stevon Crum to marry and buy and renovate an inn all in the same year. It had to be love, the couple says, because they managed both projects and still kept their day jobs. Kelly, 34, is director of corporate finance and cash management at Black and Decker Inc. in Towson. Stevon, 33, owns two carpet-cleaning companies, Carpet Care Plus and Cardinal Carpet, both based in the southern Carroll County community of Sykesville. But the couple's passion -- besides each other -- is the 100-year-old Sykesville home they're turning into the Inn at Norwood.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1999
Stevon Moore says he knows the twilight of his career is at hand, but don't think the Ravens' 10-year veteran strong safety is planning to fade away quietly.So what if the Ravens say third-year safety Kim Herring could be ready to bump Moore out of the starting lineup? So what if Moore has accepted a cut in pay that will chop his scheduled $1 million salary nearly in half in 1999? So what if Moore is coming off his most troubling season in years, and is trying to complete a comeback from the third serious knee injury of his career?
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1999
The Ravens shuffled their defensive backfield yesterday by signing veteran safety Darren Perry, placing veteran safety Stevon Moore on injured reserve and activating rookie safety Anthony Poindexter from the physically unable to perform list.Moore is on injured reserve for the second time as a Raven, and he could have arthroscopic knee surgery soon, according to Ozzie Newsome, the team's vice president of player personnel.Moore, an 11-year veteran, missed the final three games of the 1997 season after having reconstructive surgery on both knees, yet came back to start every game in 1998 while finishing third on the team with 96 tackles.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 6, 1996
Stevon Moore has become known as much for his durability as the hard hits he delivers to receivers who cross his path. As he approaches his 30th birthday, the Ravens' veteran strong safety has come to appreciate his longevity.Then again, Moore learned early in his NFL days how fleeting a career can be. As a seventh-round draft pick of the New York Jets out of Mississippi in 1989, Moore quickly turned heads with bone-jarring hits. He was on a course to unseat veteran Rich Miano as a starter before he went down in the preseason finale with a serious knee injury.
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By Mike Preston | August 15, 1999
Returnee: Ravens Pro Bowl left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden worked with the first unit yesterday after missing the last three days, including Thursday's preseason opener, with a hip flexor.No mas to Maas? With No. 3 quarterback Wally Richardson playing so well, Ravens coach Brian Billick has virtually said "no mas" to Oregon rookie quarterback Jason Maas about extensive playing time this preseason. Is he a candidate for the developmental squad?Injuries: Fullback Chuck Evans (sprained knee)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 7, 1999
Safety Stevon Moore was selected as the Ravens' 1998 recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award, as the foundation announced the 30 NFL clubs' selections yesterday.Each team selects one player -- through a vote of his teammates -- who exemplifies courage on and off the field and serves as a role model to his team and community. The 30 players will be honored at the 21st annual Ed Block Courage Awards banquet ar Martin's West on March 9.The event serves as a fund-raiser for the foundation, with proceeds benefiting the Courage House National Support Network of centers for abused children in eight NFL cities.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1996
The secondary should be one of the Ravens' most entertaining groups.First, free safety Eric Turner and strong safety Stevon Moore are two of the NFL's hardest hitters. They are the inspirational leaders of the defense. And their performance as run stoppers and especially in pass coverage -- where the Ravens will employ more man-to-man in defensive coordinator Marvin Lewis' scheme -- will go a long way toward dictating the season's outcome.Turner is recovered from a back injury that forced him to miss the last half of the 1995 season.
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By Ryan Basen and Ryan Basen,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | August 14, 1998
Ravens free safety Kim Herring is a fast learner.He never played football until he was in high school, but he excelled, earning honors as both a running back and safety.In college, the 5-foot-11, 210-pound player started off as a tailback at Penn State until coach Joe Paterno asked him to switch to safety before his sophomore year. He reluctantly obliged and started five games, then made second-team All-American as a senior.As a second-round draft pick of the Ravens in 1997, Herring was not expected to start during his rookie year.
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By Mike Preston | September 9, 1996
Running backsMind game has worked with Leroy Hoard, who ran hard and straight, showing Pro Bowl form of 1994. FB Carwell Gardner always turns in good day of work. -- C+QuarterbackNot a great day for Vinny Testaverde. Fumble was forgivable (it was a great shot) but he came close to throwing three interceptions. Passes didn't seem to have zip. -- CReceiversGroup gave solid effort, with Derrick Alexander leading way. But where are Calvin Williams and Floyd Turner? -- BOffensive lineUnit played well and opened some big holes for Hoard.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1999
Now that Ravens strong safety Kim Herring has one preseason game under his belt, the rest of the season should be a snap, even though that's a sound he doesn't want to hear.After two shoulder separations a year ago forced him to miss more than half of the 1998 season, Herring has rebounded well. There is no hesitation as far as run support. He can stay with almost any tight end in the league on a pass pattern.The signature of his return may have been when he ran down a Philadelphia Eagles running back last Thursday night after a short pass in the flat for no gain, and then talked a little trash.
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By Mike Preston | August 15, 1999
Returnee: Ravens Pro Bowl left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden worked with the first unit yesterday after missing the last three days, including Thursday's preseason opener, with a hip flexor.No mas to Maas? With No. 3 quarterback Wally Richardson playing so well, Ravens coach Brian Billick has virtually said "no mas" to Oregon rookie quarterback Jason Maas about extensive playing time this preseason. Is he a candidate for the developmental squad?Injuries: Fullback Chuck Evans (sprained knee)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1999
Stevon Moore says he knows the twilight of his career is at hand, but don't think the Ravens' 10-year veteran strong safety is planning to fade away quietly.So what if the Ravens say third-year safety Kim Herring could be ready to bump Moore out of the starting lineup? So what if Moore has accepted a cut in pay that will chop his scheduled $1 million salary nearly in half in 1999? So what if Moore is coming off his most troubling season in years, and is trying to complete a comeback from the third serious knee injury of his career?
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 7, 1999
Safety Stevon Moore was selected as the Ravens' 1998 recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award, as the foundation announced the 30 NFL clubs' selections yesterday.Each team selects one player -- through a vote of his teammates -- who exemplifies courage on and off the field and serves as a role model to his team and community. The 30 players will be honored at the 21st annual Ed Block Courage Awards banquet ar Martin's West on March 9.The event serves as a fund-raiser for the foundation, with proceeds benefiting the Courage House National Support Network of centers for abused children in eight NFL cities.
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By Ryan Basen and Ryan Basen,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | August 14, 1998
Ravens free safety Kim Herring is a fast learner.He never played football until he was in high school, but he excelled, earning honors as both a running back and safety.In college, the 5-foot-11, 210-pound player started off as a tailback at Penn State until coach Joe Paterno asked him to switch to safety before his sophomore year. He reluctantly obliged and started five games, then made second-team All-American as a senior.As a second-round draft pick of the Ravens in 1997, Herring was not expected to start during his rookie year.
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By Mike Preston and Eduardo A. Encina and Mike Preston and Eduardo A. Encina,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1998
Ravens strong safety Stevon Moore dislocated his left shoulder in practice yesterday and is expected to miss the next three weeks, according to trainer Bill Tessendorf.He should be ready for the opener Sept. 6 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.Moore, a 10-year veteran, collided with running back Errict Rhett during the last play of the 11-on-11 practice on a running play. Moore clutched his arm immediately before dropping to his back. He was helped off by Tessendorf and assistant Mark Smith.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | December 3, 1997
Defensive end Michael McCrary, third on the Ravens with 63 tackles and second on the team with eight sacks, has been eyeing this week's matchup with visiting Seattle since the 1997 schedule came out last spring.McCrary left Seattle in April, following his fourth season with the Seahawks, who allowed him to leave via free agency after McCrary tied for the AFC lead with 13.5 sacks."It's going to be fun. I just hope I'm able to sleep this week. It's hard for me to say anything nice about Seattle," said McCrary, who will battle rookie left tackle Walter Jones on Sunday.
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