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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 7, 1998
LANDOVER -- Brian Mitchell, Darrell Green and Leslie Shepherd never stopped promising better days for the Washington Redskins, even in the darkest of times during an 0-7 start this season.Yesterday, those three veteran stars joined with quarterback Trent Green to lead Washington to its first fourth-quarter comeback victory in Norv Turner's five-year tenure as coach.Trent Green produced the 24-20 win over the San Diego Chargers with a perfectly orchestrated, 20-yard touchdown pass Shepherd, who caught the ball in full stride in the right corner of the end zone with 1 minute, 54 seconds left in the game before 65,713 at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2014
With Greg Gumbel and Trent Green as the CBS broadcast team on today's Ravens game, I was eager to see how Gumbel would fare without his old, gaffe-prone partner Dan Dierdorf. I figured Gumbel had to be better, right? Wrong. “Welcome back to an absolutely beautiful day in Baltimore, Maryland,” Gumbel said in his opening remarks as viewers saw an overhead shot of M&T Bank Stadium. “The sun is shining, the temperature is 78 degrees on this last day of September ...” Oops.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 7, 2007
I had a nice little discussion with a couple of friends the other day, one being a former NFL player. We were talking about the upgrade of quarterbacks the Ravens will face in the playoffs, and how they will be better than the ones the Ravens faced during the regular season. I agreed partially, but also noted that the Ravens had already played against Trent Green and Philip Rivers. He said that Mr. Brady of the Patriots and Mr. Manning of the Colts were like Mr. McNair, unflappable. That's when the argument began.
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By BILL ORDINE | December 15, 2007
That the NFL is a league of attrition might be the most certain thing that can be said about it. As an illustration, here's a list of some probable starting quarterbacks this weekend, all of whom inherited their jobs entirely or in part because of injuries. In some cases, we're three deep on the depth chart. In Carolina, Matt Moore, an undrafted rookie, could be the Panthers' fourth starting quarterback this season because Vinny Testaverde (himself hauled out of semi-retirement) has an Achilles' problem and Carolina has thrown up its hands with David Carr.
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By BILL ORDINE | December 15, 2007
That the NFL is a league of attrition might be the most certain thing that can be said about it. As an illustration, here's a list of some probable starting quarterbacks this weekend, all of whom inherited their jobs entirely or in part because of injuries. In some cases, we're three deep on the depth chart. In Carolina, Matt Moore, an undrafted rookie, could be the Panthers' fourth starting quarterback this season because Vinny Testaverde (himself hauled out of semi-retirement) has an Achilles' problem and Carolina has thrown up its hands with David Carr.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 20, 1998
LANDOVER -- The same Washington Redskins team vilified in September and October by nearly everybody walked off the field at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium yesterday with another fourth-quarter comeback victory -- and the hearts of its fans."
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2003
What did you expect the players on the Ravens' defense to do? Point fingers? In public, that's not the way it works, even after a performance in which the Ravens held one of the NFL's most potent offenses to one touchdown and still lost, 17-10, to the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday. The only thing to do is to look forward to the next game two weeks away. "If something goes wrong, you're a little frustrated," linebacker Ed Hartwell said, "but by the same token, things happen, and you have to move on to the next week and have a short memory."
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September 8, 2002
POWER RANKINGS Team Ken Murray's comment 1. Green Bay Brett Favre's best last chance. 2. New England Is Bill Belichick the Zen master? 3. St. Louis In this case, the preseason means nothing., 4. Pittsburgh Steelers have a chip on their shoulders. 5. Philadelphia Andy Reid elected to stand pat. 6. San Francisco Keeping Jeff Garcia healthy is crucial. 7. Miami Ricky Williams leaves Dolphins no excuses. 8. Chicago Playing in Champaign, Ill., will be brutal. 9. N.Y. Jets Retooled defense will prove pivotal.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2000
ASHBURN, Va. - Darrell Green is not being deceptive about his status for the Washington Redskins' Monday night game against the Super Bowl-champion St. Louis Rams. Truth is, he really does not know. The 18-year NFL veteran cornerback wants to play, but to declare he will do so would be a bit premature. Green is still recovering from a calf injury sustained in the first quarter of the game against the Ravens on Oct. 30. Rarely have his services been more in need than against the Rams, the league's most prolific passing team.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2004
The Ravens sacked Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell three times in Sunday night's 17-10 win, one fewer time than they hit Kansas City's Trent Green for the entire game a week earlier. Green was sacked only once, and the usual pressure Ravens opponents tend to face was non-existent. Call Sunday night's performance redemption for a unit that felt persecuted following the Chiefs game. This time around, the defensive line kept constant pressure on Brunell, sending the Ravens into their bye week with momentum and a renewed feeling of confidence.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | August 1, 2007
In Steve McNair's mind, he will have a stronger season because this is his second year with the Ravens. Yet his body constantly reminds him that this will be his 13th season in the NFL. Beating the test of time is a continuing battle for McNair, the league's fifth-oldest starting quarterback at age 34. But it's one that McNair intends to keep on winning. "I feel every bit of the 13 years," he said as the Ravens completed their second day of training camp. "That's where the offseason comes in. You've got to continue to keep your body in shape to be able to come out here and compete with these young guys.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 7, 2007
I had a nice little discussion with a couple of friends the other day, one being a former NFL player. We were talking about the upgrade of quarterbacks the Ravens will face in the playoffs, and how they will be better than the ones the Ravens faced during the regular season. I agreed partially, but also noted that the Ravens had already played against Trent Green and Philip Rivers. He said that Mr. Brady of the Patriots and Mr. Manning of the Colts were like Mr. McNair, unflappable. That's when the argument began.
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By MIKE PRESTON | December 25, 2006
PITTSBURGH-- --The Ravens won the big head game yesterday. They are lodged deep inside Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's head, and he can't get them out. They scarred him mentally four weeks ago with a team-record nine sacks, and he was still feeling the effects yesterday in the Ravens' 31-7 win. The Ravens sacked Roethlisberger five times yesterday, and hurried him five others. Pittsburgh coach Bill Cowher didn't do Roethlisberger any favors by having him throw from the pocket instead of rolling him out. Poor guy. Roethlisberger was awful.
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By Jamison Hensley and Sun Reporter | December 11, 2006
If the Ravens have to go on the road in the playoffs, they proved yesterday that they can win anywhere. Riding a defiant defense and a timely offense, the Ravens did what no team had done in a decade: beat the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in December. The Ravens' 20-10 victory ended the Chiefs' 18-game winning streak at home in December, the longest such streak for this month since the AFL- NFL merger, and further stamped the Ravens as one of the most dangerous teams in the league.
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September 17, 2006
1. Pittsburgh (1-0) Defending champs acquitted themselves well without Ben Roethlisberger. 2. Indianapolis (1-0) Colts got some breaks from the officials. They'll need more without Edgerrin James. 3. Cincinnati (1-0) Carson Palmer is the leader in the clubhouse for the Comeback Player of the Year Award. 4. Seattle (1-0) Scored nine points, then overpaid in trading a No. 1 pick for receiver Deion Branch. 5. Chicago (1-0) And Rex Grossman didn't get hurt. 6. Atlanta (1-0) Falcons' defense dominated NFC favorite Panthers.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2004
The Ravens sacked Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell three times in Sunday night's 17-10 win, one fewer time than they hit Kansas City's Trent Green for the entire game a week earlier. Green was sacked only once, and the usual pressure Ravens opponents tend to face was non-existent. Call Sunday night's performance redemption for a unit that felt persecuted following the Chiefs game. This time around, the defensive line kept constant pressure on Brunell, sending the Ravens into their bye week with momentum and a renewed feeling of confidence.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 8, 1998
The 1-7 Washington Redskins have decided to take their case to court every day in practice to prevent the team from falling out of sight in the NFC East Division standings.A kangaroo court, that is."It's like a self-discipline, self-policing kind of thing that makes people take responsibility for their mistakes and brings the team closer together," said left guard Tre Johnson. "If you miss a block, drop a pass, run the wrong route, jump offsides or have a false start, you have to drop down and do 10 or 20 push-ups."
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September 17, 2006
1. Pittsburgh (1-0) Defending champs acquitted themselves well without Ben Roethlisberger. 2. Indianapolis (1-0) Colts got some breaks from the officials. They'll need more without Edgerrin James. 3. Cincinnati (1-0) Carson Palmer is the leader in the clubhouse for the Comeback Player of the Year Award. 4. Seattle (1-0) Scored nine points, then overpaid in trading a No. 1 pick for receiver Deion Branch. 5. Chicago (1-0) And Rex Grossman didn't get hurt. 6. Atlanta (1-0) Falcons' defense dominated NFC favorite Panthers.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | December 30, 2003
Wild-card weekend features three regular-season rematches, six 1,200-yard rushers and four young quarterbacks performing in the postseason for the first time. What it probably won't feature - if history holds form, anyway - is either of this season's Super Bowl entries. The bare facts: In the 13 years since the NFL went to its current format of 12 playoff teams, 22 of 26 Super Bowl teams drew first-round byes. The four wild-card exceptions were, remarkably, all No. 4 seeds - the Ravens in the 2000 season, Tennessee Titans in 1999, Denver Broncos in 1997 and Buffalo Bills in 1992.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | September 29, 2003
What did you expect the players on the Ravens' defense to do? Point fingers? In public, that's not the way it works, even after a performance in which the Ravens held one of the NFL's most potent offenses to one touchdown and still lost, 17-10, to the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday. The only thing to do is to look forward to the next game two weeks away. "If something goes wrong, you're a little frustrated," linebacker Ed Hartwell said, "but by the same token, things happen, and you have to move on to the next week and have a short memory."
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