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February 22, 2007
On February 17, 2007 TERRELL PARKS, devoted father of Diamond Parks, beloved son of Wanda Johnson and Kevin Parks, one brother Darnell Parks. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Ave., on Friday after 8:30 A.M. The family will receive friends at Union Baptist, 1218 Druid Hill Ave., on Saturday at 10:30 A.M. Funeral Services will follow at 11 A.M. Interment at King Park.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
When Terrell Suggs lifted himself off of Newton on the final play of the Panthers' first drive last Sunday, he thought his frustrating streak without a sack was finally over. He even did a little dance. However, he learned later that he only got credited for a half sack, sharing it with fellow outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil. “I'm definitely fighting the NFL on that,” Suggs said laughing. “I'm definitely sending [the tape] in.” Suggs didn't have a sack in the Ravens' first three games and he was also held without one for seven of the final eight games last year.
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September 22, 2006
On September 18, 2006 LOUIS "TEDDIE" FREEMAN TERRELL departed this world leaving behind his beloved companion Geraldine Smith and his mother Gloria C. Terrell. He is survived by 1 sister, Jacqueline Carter and 1 brother, Franklin J. Terrell Jr. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2006 at Grace A.M.E. Church in Catonsville at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers please send a contribution to an educational trust fund established for his goddaughter, Angel Darnisa Smith. Contributions can be sent to the Angel Darnisa Smith Educational Fund, c/o Linda Smith, 309 Winters Lane, Catonsville, MD 21228.
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Mike Preston | September 28, 2014
On the Carolina Panthers' first play from the line of scrimmage, Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs blew by left tackle Byron Bell and wrapped up quarterback Cam Newton like a bundle of hay. Suggs didn't get the sack, but Newton's pass was hurried and fell incomplete. For the rest of the game Suggs was either in Newton's face or in his head. So was fellow outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and defensive end-outside linebacker turned nose guard Pernell McPhee. For the first time all season, the Ravens kept consistent pressure on a quarterback as Newton left M&T Bank Stadium grimacing and with a limp.
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By Patrick Hickerson and Patrick Hickerson,Contributing Writer | August 1, 1994
Isador B. Terrell, who was a securities broker in Baltimore well into his 80s, died Friday of pneumonia at North Oaks Retirement Home in Pikesville. He was 91.He retired as a securities broker at age 87 after working for several area firms, including what is now Legg Mason Inc. and Thomson McKinnon Securities, where he ended his career after more than 55 years in the field. His specialty was railroad securities.Mr. Terrell, who lived in the Baltimore area his whole life, graduated from City College in 1918 and earned a degree in economics from the Johns Hopkins University in 1922.
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July 17, 2000
TERRELL COLLINS lived in Chicago's Henry Horner Homes, a notorious den of despair and violence very like the projects recently imploded in Baltimore: Murphy Homes, Lafayette Courts and Hollander Ridge. Like too many young people in Baltimore, he died young, shot to death not far from his home. At 14, Collins was something of a celebrity. A handsome child, a good student, a kid who seemed likely to live out the escape fantasies of many in Henry Horner. Instead, he became another of the project's victims.
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By Dan Rodricks | March 24, 2000
WILLIAM L. "Louis" Terrell sat on the couch in the family room of his farmhouse in Woodford, Va., a Bible at his side and an FBI agent from Quantico a few feet away. The FBI agent sat at the other end of the couch, a cell phone in his hand and a note pad on his lap. Terrell cradled the house phone to his ear and waited to speak for the last time with Joseph C. Palczynski. This was Sunday night, a few minutes before 10. Palczynski, who had killed four people, was terrorizing three more as he held them hostage in a rowhouse in Dundalk.
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October 21, 2005
Good morning --Brian Westbrook--Not enough carries, not enough money ... can't you just be quiet like that Terrell Owens guy?
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By Nancy A. Youssef and Nancy A. Youssef,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2000
WOODFORD, Va. -- Thirty-nine hours after being held captive by an alleged killer, William L. Terrell gathered at the kitchen table with his family yesterday and prayed for "Joby," his former captor. They prayed for Joseph C. "Joby" Palczynski, 31, who allegedly killed four people and kidnapped another in Baltimore County and has been the object of an intense five-day manhunt by federal, Maryland and county authorities. Palczynski knocked on Terrell's door after the truck he was driving ran out of gas Friday, about 1,700 feet from Terrell's one-story ranch home.
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By DAN RODRICKS | March 22, 2000
QUESTIONS ON a lot of minds: Why did William L. "Louis" Terrell wait six hours before telling Baltimore County police of his encounter with Joseph C. "Joby" Palczynski? How could he have slept while an alleged killer was on the loose? Those questions have been lingering since we first heard the story of how Palczynski, who left Maryland after allegedly killing four people here, knocked on Terrell's farmhouse door in Woodford, Va., and forced the 54-year-old man at gunpoint to drive him back to Bowleys Quarters.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Derek Waters, a Lutherville native, is the mind behind Comedy Central's hit show "Drunk History," and presumably tapped into his own sports background to get ready for this week's Sports Heroes episode. The online outtakes for the episode include a clip of Waters training with Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, and Suggs did what Suggs is known to do. He made me laugh. In the video, Suggs tells Waters that swagger is the most important thing in football, and being tall and dark-skinned would help him with that.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
Veteran left tackle Eugene Monroe and cornerback Jimmy Smith were the Ravens' only new absentees at practice Friday, while wide receiver Steve Smith was present at practice but had the day off. Meanwhile, five players who missed Thursday's practice were back in action: nose tackle Haloti Ngata, linebacker Terrell Suggs, wide receiver Jacoby Jones, running back Justin Forsett, and wide receiver Jeremy Butler. Butler was the only one who missed because of an injury, while the other four were given days off to rest.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
Ravens rookie defensive lineman Brent Urban has suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, coach John Harbaugh said Thursday. "We got bad news on Brent Urban," Harbaugh said. Urban will undergo surgery to repair the damage for the season-ending injury sustained while being blocked to the ground by offensive tackle Jah Reid on Wednesday. "It was a clean tear, which is positive," Harbaugh said. "He's been through this before. It was a one-on-one block and it was just a situation where one guy was blocking the other and the knee just buckled on him. " The injury was immediately regarded as serious Wednesday when Urban knocked over during a block by offensive tackle Jah Reid.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2014
Terrell Suggs' second-half struggles in 2013 apparently didn't alter the opinion around the league that the longtime Ravens defender remains one of the top pass rushers in the NFL. Suggs was recognized last night as the 26th-ranked player on the NFL Network's Top 100 list. The voting is done by players around the league.   The Ravens' all-time leader in sacks, sack yardage and forced fumbles, Suggs, 31, has become a mainstay on the top 100 list. He finished 56th    last year despite playing in only eight games after he suffered a partially-torn Achilles' tendon in the offseason.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
Veteran Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs and defensive linemen Chris Canty and Haloti Ngata lead a list of players absent from the practice field during organized team activities on Tuesday. All three veteran defensive players have missed the team's first three workouts, which are optional under the league's collective bargaining agreement. Suggs, Ngata, and Canty are the only three players who are not injured to not take part in any of the workouts this spring. Linebacker Daryl Smith, guard Marshall Yanda, and linebacker Elvis Dumervil were also not on the field for the second straight week.
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From Sun staff reports | February 20, 2014
Edmondson coach Darnell Dantzler served a Baltimore City League-sanctioned one-game suspension for his role in Tuesday's loss to No. 10 Patterson, which officials ended with 44.3 seconds left in the third quarter. The No. 7 Red Storm (14-5) carried on with his brother, Terrell Dantzler, the junior varsity coach, at the helm. Edmondson defeated visiting Douglass, 62-35, on Wednesday. Edmondson switched defenses from a 2-3 zone to a 1-2-2 zone and got seven straight turnovers in the third quarter to pull away from the Ducks.
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November 7, 2005
Kicking Off -- Eagles -- The only contract Terrell Owens deserves next year is one so heavily laden with incentives that he'll be taking a pay cut to play.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2014
As speculation swirled after the 2013 season about whether Terrell Suggs was nearing the end of his run with the Ravens, the team's top decision-makers felt the rush linebacker, who was the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year in 2011, still had a few more productive years left to give them. They backed up that talk on Monday, signing Suggs to a contract extension that could keep him in Baltimore through 2018 . But now that there is the expectation that Suggs, who will turn 32 during the 2014 season, will “be a Raven for life,” what should the Ravens expect to get from him over the life of the contract?
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2014
The relationship that has persisted for over a decade was in danger of coming to an end. However, the more the Ravens and Terrell Suggs pondered their options this offseason, they kept coming back to the same conclusion. Suggs and the Ravens still needed each other. The Ravens couldn't afford to lose another team leader and defensive standout. Suggs, 31, would have options either way, but none of them appealed to him more than his current situation. The official compromise came Monday in the form of a four-year, $28.5 million contract extension that gave both sides exactly what they wanted and checked off one of the major items on the Ravens' offseason to-do list.
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