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By Jamison Hensley | October 22, 2001
Thumbs up: Ravens kicker Matt Stover, by default. He put himself in the NFL record books by kicking a field goal in his 32nd consecutive game. Thumbs down: Ravens offensive line. The group caved in against the Browns' front seven. The Ravens allowed seven sacks, and their lack of protection forced quarterback Elvis Grbac out of a second straight game. Stat of game: 10 - Points scored off the Ravens' three turnovers. For the season, opponents have converted Ravens' miscues into 55 points.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
Authorities are not expected to file charges against the parents of a 2-week-old infant who was killed by the family's pit bull Friday afternoon, according to Baltimore police officials, who said the death appears to be an accident. Terry Allen Jr. was bitten to death by his parents' pit bull, "Jigga," about 3:15 p.m. Friday in the 4200 block of Audrey Ave. in Brooklyn, police said. Terry suffered dozens of bite wounds, though not all punctured the skin, police said. The boy's parents -- Terry Allen, 29, and Stacie Morgridge, 24 -- had left the baby alone with the dog in their rowhouse when they went to smoke cigarettes.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 23, 1999
A collision on Interstate 95 near Columbia yesterday led to a series of accidents that involved 11 cars and sent two people to the hospital, state police said.The accident occurred about 4 p.m. when a 1979 Ford sedan was northbound and driven by David J. Driver, 41, of Montgomery County, suddenly crossed a few lanes and hit another car in the far left lane, according to Tfc. Terry Allen.Within seconds, three other collisions occurred as cars swerved to get out of the way, said Allen.The collisions were spread over about 400 yards.
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By Jessica Valdez and Alec MacGillis and Jessica Valdez and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2003
A 2-week-old Brooklyn infant was killed yesterday by his family's pit bull after the baby's parents stepped outside and left him alone in their house with the dog, police said. Responding to the incident at 3:15 p.m. in the 4200 block of Audrey Ave., police found the dog loose in the street and shot it, firing multiple times to make sure it was dead, witnesses said. The child's death and the shooting shocked a neighborhood where residents said they had not had any problems with the dog. Neighbors identified the baby as Terry Allen Jr. He was lying in a swing on the second floor of his family's rowhouse when he was killed, neighbors said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2001
Ravens kicker Matt Stover, who made the game-winning field goal in Sunday's 13-10 win in Pittsburgh, was named AFC special teams Player of the Week. Stover converted his second field goal of the game - a 39-yarder with 1:49 left - to break a 10-10 tie with the Central Division-leading Steelers. The Ravens then watched Pittsburgh kicker Kris Brown miss his fourth attempt of the game to seal the win. "It's not the volume of kicks, but it's when you do it," Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
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By Jessica Valdez and Alec MacGillis and Jessica Valdez and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2003
A 2-week-old Brooklyn infant was killed yesterday by his family's pit bull after the baby's parents stepped outside and left him alone in their house with the dog, police said. Responding to the incident at 3:15 p.m. in the 4200 block of Audrey Ave., police found the dog loose in the street and shot it, firing multiple times to make sure it was dead, witnesses said. The child's death and the shooting shocked a neighborhood where residents said they had not had any problems with the dog. Neighbors identified the baby as Terry Allen Jr. He was lying in a swing on the second floor of his family's rowhouse when he was killed, neighbors said.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
Authorities are not expected to file charges against the parents of a 2-week-old infant who was killed by the family's pit bull Friday afternoon, according to Baltimore police officials, who said the death appears to be an accident. Terry Allen Jr. was bitten to death by his parents' pit bull, "Jigga," about 3:15 p.m. Friday in the 4200 block of Audrey Ave. in Brooklyn, police said. Terry suffered dozens of bite wounds, though not all punctured the skin, police said. The boy's parents -- Terry Allen, 29, and Stacie Morgridge, 24 -- had left the baby alone with the dog in their rowhouse when they went to smoke cigarettes.
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By Vito Stellino | October 15, 1995
Site: Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Ariz.Time: 4 p.m.TV/Radio: Chs. 45, 5/WLIF (101.9 FM)Line: Cardinals by 2.Last week: The Redskins lost to the Philadelphia Eagles, 37-34, and the Cardinals lost to the New York Giants, 27-21; both in overtime.The series: The Redskins have a 62-38-2 lead in the series that dates to 1932 when the Redskins were in Boston and the Cardinals in Chicago. The Redskins won the first game this year, 27-7, but the Cardinals have won the last three at home and swept the series the last two years.
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By Bill Free | December 16, 1997
Still alive: It's amazing but true. The Redskins (7-7-1) have an outside chance of making the playoffs.They need to beat the Philadelphia Eagles (6-8-1) on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium and hope for one of the following: a Detroit Lions loss or tie against the New York Jets, or a Minnesota Vikings loss or tie against the Indianapolis Colts.News: The Redskins are expected to sign Chris Jacke today to replace kicker Scott Blanton, who pulled a hamstring in Saturday's 30-10 loss to the New York Giants and will not play Sunday.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 27, 2001
In trying to rebound from a loss for the first time in close to 11 months, the Ravens find themselves short-handed. They have a season-high seven players on the injury report for Sunday's game in Denver, one of the hottest teams in the league. Tight end Todd Heap (ankle) is doubtful, while receiver Jermaine Lewis (leg), end Michael McCrary (knee), receiver Brandon Stokley (knee) and tackle Sammy Williams (knee) are all questionable. If Heap is unable to play, that will limit what the Ravens can do out of their two-tight-end set. "We're hoping he can come along," coach Brian Billick said.
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By Mike Preston | January 9, 2002
Quarterback C- Elvis Grbac didn't throw an interception, and that was the major concern of the Ravens entering the game. Grbac threw some nice passes over the middle, but with a running game that netted 212 yards, he should have completed at least 50 percent of his passes instead of going 10-for-27. Offensive line B+ The Ravens rushed for more than 200 yards, which means there were a lot of holes, but there was also some atrociously poor tackling by the Vikings. The Ravens allowed only two sacks, but their short-yardage blocking was pathetic.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 8, 2002
THERE IS A belief in the NFL that once a team makes it to the playoffs, almost anything can happen and any team can win the Super Bowl. Well, a lot of things have to happen for the Ravens to get there again. The Ravens gained the final AFC playoff berth with a 19-3 win against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football last night, and at last did away with this ridiculous notion of the Trent Dilfer curse. Where is Dilfer now? Probably on his way to an off-season house in Arizona or California.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 13, 2001
A major hint on the availability of a couple of linemen should come today. If all goes well and swelling is at a minimum for defensive linemen Rob Burnett and Sam Adams, the Ravens could have both in the lineup for Sunday's showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers at PSINet Stadium. Burnett, who has missed the past three games with a calf injury, practiced yesterday, but Adams did not. Adams had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Nov. 28. He was, however, able to work out with trainer Bill Tessendorf during practice.
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By Mike Preston | December 3, 2001
RAVENS OFFENSIVE TACKLE Jonathan Ogden was putting on his clothes when he was asked if yesterday's 39-27 win against the Indianapolis Colts was the biggest of the season. Ogden thought for a minute, stared at the ceiling, stuttered and then finally reached his conclusion. "Every win is a big win in the National Football League, and every game becomes more important as the season goes on, but this one is probably the biggest," he said. "Yeah, I would have to say so." The win was huge. It keeps the Ravens (8-4)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2001
Ravens kicker Matt Stover, who made the game-winning field goal in Sunday's 13-10 win in Pittsburgh, was named AFC special teams Player of the Week. Stover converted his second field goal of the game - a 39-yarder with 1:49 left - to break a 10-10 tie with the Central Division-leading Steelers. The Ravens then watched Pittsburgh kicker Kris Brown miss his fourth attempt of the game to seal the win. "It's not the volume of kicks, but it's when you do it," Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 4, 2001
PITTSBURGH - The Ravens venture into the Steel City today for a test of their championship mettle. At a time when the Ravens usually dig in for a dominant run, the defending Super Bowl champions butt helmets with the first-place Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field with the intention of revising the balance of power in the AFC Central and settling a weeklong running debate. That brewing argument centers on which of the NFL's most dominant forces - the Ravens' immovable run defense or the Steelers' unstoppable ground attack - will prevail, with pride on the line and division control at stake.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 21, 1997
Right about now, Washington Redskins coach Norv Turner and his staff are watching the tapes of the Ravens' past two games and noticing a serious problem.They are watching Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis run a play the Redskins made famous years ago, the counter trey or ace counter, many times to the tight-end side at either defensive end Rob Burnett or Michael McCrary and always at strong-side linebacker Peter Boulware.And then they are watching Miami Dolphins running back Karim Abdul-Jabbar cut back countless times against an over-pursuing Ravens defense, one that failed to stay in its gaps to close down those lanes.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2001
In the fallout of the Ravens' 24-14 loss to the Cleveland Browns, the injuries are causing a stir while the trade talk is seemingly dying down. Ravens quarterback Elvis Grbac (bruised ribs) and running back Terry Allen (sprained left ankle) were both feeling the aches after getting knocked out of the game early, and are listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars. "I'm day-to-day right now," Grbac said. "I feel pretty sore in the chest area. "It really comes down to me making the decision and see how I feel.
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By Jamison Hensley | October 22, 2001
Thumbs up: Ravens kicker Matt Stover, by default. He put himself in the NFL record books by kicking a field goal in his 32nd consecutive game. Thumbs down: Ravens offensive line. The group caved in against the Browns' front seven. The Ravens allowed seven sacks, and their lack of protection forced quarterback Elvis Grbac out of a second straight game. Stat of game: 10 - Points scored off the Ravens' three turnovers. For the season, opponents have converted Ravens' miscues into 55 points.
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