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By Jamison Hensley | August 23, 2003
What to look for in the Ravens' preseason game tonight: Position Kickoff specialist. Although J.R. Jenkins looked solid in the first two preseason games, the Ravens signed veteran Wade Richey to add to the competition. Both will have their turn at kicking off and trying to lock down a roster spot. Veteran Right guard Bennie Anderson. The two-year starter has struggled in the first two preseason games, prompting the team to shop around for an upgrade. It's an important game for Anderson because starters are expected to play into the second half.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2003
Help is on the way. The Ravens should get receiver Frank Sanders (dislocated toes) and cornerback Tom Knight (hamstring) back from injury this week. Both could play in Sunday's home opener against the Cleveland Browns, adding depth to two of the thinnest positions on the team. Neither played in Sunday's 34-15 season-opening loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sanders has been out since dislocating two toes on his right foot in the first preseason game. He returned to practice last week, but remained doubtful on the injury report.
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones | August 14, 2003
Rating the QBs How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday morning's team drills: 1. Chris Redman Engineered a 35-yard drive in a hurry-up drill against the first-team defense, which put the offense in range for a 42-yard field goal. Despite constant pressure, he threw a 13-yard pass to Randy Hymes and a 10-yarder to Ron Johnson. In another drill, he found Travis Taylor for an 18-yard gain. 2. Kyle Boller Remained relatively quiet with fewer reps. In what has become a daily occurrence, he connected on a deep pass, a 40-yard throw down the sideline to Hymes.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 28, 2003
What to look for in the Ravens' preseason game tonight: Position Defensive line. Nate Bolling, Riddick Parker and Joe Salave'a are vying for one of the final spots. Bolling leads the NFL in sacks this preseason (five), Parker gives a steady, veteran presence and Salave'a needs to prove he's healthy. Veteran Receiver Marcus Robinson. The former Pro Bowl performer has one catch for 13 yards this preseason. To get him on track, the Ravens might give him more opportunities to make big plays tonight.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | May 12, 2003
Offensive lineman Casey Rabach wants to be a starter, no matter where it is. Rabach, the top backup at center and both guard positions last year, said he has little else to prove in that realm. "My main goal is to establish myself as a starter," said Rabach, the Ravens' 2001 third-round draft choice. "Who knows where it will be? But weird things can happen, with injuries. I'm looking at it as this is my season for a breakout." Rabach did not play as a rookie but started five games last season, subbing for left guard Edwin Mulitalo and center Mike Flynn.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 9, 2003
Help is on the way. The Ravens should get receiver Frank Sanders (dislocated toes) and cornerback Tom Knight (hamstring) back from injury this week. Both could play in Sunday's home opener against the Cleveland Browns, adding depth to two of the thinnest positions on the team. Neither played in Sunday's 34-15 season-opening loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sanders has been out since dislocating two toes on his right foot in the first preseason game. He returned to practice last week, but remained doubtful on the injury report.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2003
The feud between NFL neighbors is the bitter subplot of Saturday's Ravens-Redskins preseason game. As the league's version of the Hatfields and the McCoys, the Ravens and Redskins have not been subtle in their bickering over marketing practices and the exchanging of personal jabs. The game may be an exhibition, but it counts as far as bragging rights for franchises whose home stadiums sit 40 miles apart. "Obviously, there is a rivalry that exists between marketplaces," team president David Modell said.
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December 27, 1998
BUFFALO (9-6) AT NEW ORLEANS (6-9)Time: 1: 01 p.m.Line: Bills by 3.Vs. spread: Bills 9-4; Saints 10-5.Outlook: QB Doug Flutie and the Bills clinched a playoff berth despite their loss to the Jets last week and will be the fifth or sixth seed in the AFC, traveling to Jacksonville, Miami or New England next week. Today they'll be playing for pride and stats. For example, WR Eric Moulds needs only 35 receiving yards to break Andre Reed's club season mark of 1,312 in 1989. With the Saints giving up an NFC-worst 251.7 passing yards, his chances should be pretty good.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2003
The feud between NFL neighbors is the bitter subplot of Saturday's Ravens-Redskins preseason game. As the league's version of the Hatfields and the McCoys, the Ravens and Redskins have not been subtle in their bickering over marketing practices and the exchanging of personal jabs. The game may be an exhibition, but it counts as far as bragging rights for franchises whose home stadiums sit 40 miles apart. "Obviously, there is a rivalry that exists between marketplaces," team president David Modell said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones | August 20, 2003
Rating the QBs How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday's final day of training camp: 1. Kyle Boller For the second straight day, he took most of the snaps with the first team. His best string of passes came in the seven-on-seven drills, when he hit receiver Travis Taylor on a pair of 25-yard completions. The rookie fell into a habit of throwing off his back foot a few times, which led to some inaccuracy. 2. Chris Redman Unlike the first two weeks of camp, Redman's time with the starters was limited.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | May 12, 2003
Offensive lineman Casey Rabach wants to be a starter, no matter where it is. Rabach, the top backup at center and both guard positions last year, said he has little else to prove in that realm. "My main goal is to establish myself as a starter," said Rabach, the Ravens' 2001 third-round draft choice. "Who knows where it will be? But weird things can happen, with injuries. I'm looking at it as this is my season for a breakout." Rabach did not play as a rookie but started five games last season, subbing for left guard Edwin Mulitalo and center Mike Flynn.
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By Ken Murray | July 25, 2002
The start of training camp this week gives rise to the belief that anything is possible in the NFL, even the Super Bowl. After all, who would have predicted the past three league champions - the New England Patriots, Ravens and St. Louis Rams - at the start of camp those years? Inspired by the Patriots' improbable ascension last year, 11 teams have already opened camp and seven more check in today. Every team will be on the practice field by Monday. The NFL's reshuffled deck includes seven new head coaches plus the debut of the expansion Houston Texans, coached by Dom Capers.
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