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By Mike Preston and Sun reporter | October 6, 1997
If this indeed was a statement game, the Ravens made a clear one yesterday. They aren't ready for prime time. Good teams don't allow two touchdowns in the final four minutes. Playoff-caliber teams don't rush for 52 yards. Quality teams don't lose three of four fumbles and throw two interceptions. And teams trying to make names for themselves don't blow 21-point, first-half leads, which is what the Ravens did in losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday, 42-34. The Ravens (3-3)
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Mike Preston | September 21, 2014
CLEVELAND -- The Ravens secondary couldn't cover and tackle - and gave up a long pass that will be on every NFL highlight package this week. The linebackers had trouble getting off blocks and holding the edge on running plays. The defensive line wasn't much of a factor, either. And the Ravens still won. On a day when their defense was atrocious, the Ravens won because they played a team that always finds a way to lose. And if they don't find one, the Cleveland Browns will invent one. As the Ravens walked out of FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday evening, they realized they were lucky to win and the best team might have lost.
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By Mike Preston and Sun reporter | October 7, 1996
The Ravens complained about the officiating yesterday, but it was an attempt to mask a serious problem, one that may not go away for the rest of the season. While the team more than doubled its season total in penalties in one game, the bottom line to the Ravens' 46-38 loss to the New England Patriots yesterday was a horrendous defensive effort, especially in the secondary. And barring a last-minute trade (the deadline is tomorrow), the signing of several free agents or some quick healing by starting defensive end Anthony Pleasant (ankle)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1999
His 11th season has been the strangest of his career, because safety Stevon Moore is not accustomed to riding the bench while enjoying good health. "It's been weird. It's been different being on the sideline as more of a cheerleader," Moore said. "Sometimes, I don't feel like I'm a part of things, like when I see so many guys banged up in the training room. I kind of miss that soreness." Moore has been sore since the Ravens told him last spring that he had lost his starting job at strong safety to third-year player Kim Herring.
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By Mike Preston and Sun reporter | November 11, 1996
Maybe of all the losses, this one hurt the most because it's the kind that can rip the heart out of a team. For the second straight week, the Ravens blew a halftime lead and lost, this time 30-27 to the Jacksonville Jaguars before 64,628 at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. The Ravens (3-7), who have found almost every possible way to lose, used a familiar one yesterday. Seven days after blowing an 18-point halftime lead in a 24-21 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens lost a 14-point lead at the half, 17-3, to the Jaguars (4-6)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1999
His 11th season has been the strangest of his career, because safety Stevon Moore is not accustomed to riding the bench while enjoying good health. "It's been weird. It's been different being on the sideline as more of a cheerleader," Moore said. "Sometimes, I don't feel like I'm a part of things, like when I see so many guys banged up in the training room. I kind of miss that soreness." Moore has been sore since the Ravens told him last spring that he had lost his starting job at strong safety to third-year player Kim Herring.
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Mike Preston | September 21, 2014
CLEVELAND -- The Ravens secondary couldn't cover and tackle - and gave up a long pass that will be on every NFL highlight package this week. The linebackers had trouble getting off blocks and holding the edge on running plays. The defensive line wasn't much of a factor, either. And the Ravens still won. On a day when their defense was atrocious, the Ravens won because they played a team that always finds a way to lose. And if they don't find one, the Cleveland Browns will invent one. As the Ravens walked out of FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday evening, they realized they were lucky to win and the best team might have lost.
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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 | 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 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 Mike Preston and Sun reporter | October 6, 1997
If this indeed was a statement game, the Ravens made a clear one yesterday. They aren't ready for prime time. Good teams don't allow two touchdowns in the final four minutes. Playoff-caliber teams don't rush for 52 yards. Quality teams don't lose three of four fumbles and throw two interceptions. And teams trying to make names for themselves don't blow 21-point, first-half leads, which is what the Ravens did in losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday, 42-34. The Ravens (3-3)
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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 and Sun reporter | November 11, 1996
Maybe of all the losses, this one hurt the most because it's the kind that can rip the heart out of a team. For the second straight week, the Ravens blew a halftime lead and lost, this time 30-27 to the Jacksonville Jaguars before 64,628 at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. The Ravens (3-7), who have found almost every possible way to lose, used a familiar one yesterday. Seven days after blowing an 18-point halftime lead in a 24-21 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens lost a 14-point lead at the half, 17-3, to the Jaguars (4-6)
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By Mike Preston and Sun reporter | October 7, 1996
The Ravens complained about the officiating yesterday, but it was an attempt to mask a serious problem, one that may not go away for the rest of the season. While the team more than doubled its season total in penalties in one game, the bottom line to the Ravens' 46-38 loss to the New England Patriots yesterday was a horrendous defensive effort, especially in the secondary. And barring a last-minute trade (the deadline is tomorrow), the signing of several free agents or some quick healing by starting defensive end Anthony Pleasant (ankle)
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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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