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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | July 24, 2003
The Ravens had their biggest day of draft signings yesterday, but they still don`t have agreements with either of their first-round picks, linebacker Terrell Suggs and quarterback Kyle Boller. The team reached terms on three-year contracts with third-round running back Musa Smith (total value of $1.4 million), fourth-round fullback Ovie Mughelli (believed to be worth $1.2 million) and fifth-round offensive tackle Tony Pashos (approximately $994,000). All are expected to play backup roles this season.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2005
If yesterday's final cutdown was any indication, the Ravens are dedicated to the passing game. In releasing 17 players to get down to the mandated 53-man roster, the Ravens kept six receivers as former third-round pick Devard Darling narrowly survived. That large of a group (Derrick Mason, Clarence Moore, Mark Clayton, Randy Hymes, Patrick Johnson and Darling) was a mild surprise considering that the Ravens carried four receivers for much of last season. Darling, limited in the preseason finale with a leg injury, took one of the last six spots.
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By Brent Jones | July 31, 2004
Thumbs up: Cornerback Ray Walls made an interception during one-on-one drills. ... Receiver-turned-cornerback Javin Hunter ran with the second team and looked comfortable. Thumbs down: Quarterback Kyle Boller was intercepted by Chad Williams on a woefully underthrown ball to Todd Heap. ... Return specialist Derek Abney fumbled the ball while running toward the end zone, though no one touched him. ... Kordell Stewart had the first fumbled snap of the camp. Quotable: "If they call me to step up, I'm going to be ready, and they know I'm going to be ready."
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By Jamison Hensley | August 12, 2004
Things to watch Position: Receiver. The Ravens are set with Kevin Johnson and Travis Taylor as starters. The No. 3 spot is wide-open, with Randy Hymes, Devard Darling, Ron Johnson and Clarence Moore competing. Hymes, who might have started last year if not for a season-ending knee injury in preseason, might have the best shot if he stays healthy. Veteran: Right guard Bennie Anderson. He is trying to hold off Casey Rabach and keep the job he has held for three seasons. Anderson reported to camp heavier than the Ravens wanted, but he is still a force in the running attack.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 12, 2004
Things to watch Position: Receiver. The Ravens are set with Kevin Johnson and Travis Taylor as starters. The No. 3 spot is wide-open, with Randy Hymes, Devard Darling, Ron Johnson and Clarence Moore competing. Hymes, who might have started last year if not for a season-ending knee injury in preseason, might have the best shot if he stays healthy. Veteran: Right guard Bennie Anderson. He is trying to hold off Casey Rabach and keep the job he has held for three seasons. Anderson reported to camp heavier than the Ravens wanted, but he is still a force in the running attack.
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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 16, 2003
What to look for in the Ravens' preseason game tonight: Position Defensive line. There's quality depth and competition in this group, with only left defensive end Tony Weaver and nose tackle Kelly Gregg assured starting spots. At right defensive end, Marques Douglas is looking to establish himself as a starter with Adalius Thomas temporarily working at linebacker. At nose tackle, Maake Kemoeatu and Aubrayo Franklin are fighting over the backup job. And at left defensive end, Riddick Parker, David Nugent and Joe Salave'a are competing for one of the final spots.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2004
For a change, the Ravens will not have to deal with their usual opening-day nuisance. Three days away from the first practices of training camp, the Ravens have reached agreements with five of their seven draft selections, including second-round pick Dwan Edwards and third-round choice Devard Darling. Edwards agreed to a five-year contract projected to be around $3.5 million with a $1.5 million signing bonus, while Darling signed a three-year contract believed to be worth around $1.5 million and approximately a $600,000 signing bonus.
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By Brent Jones | August 11, 2004
Thumbs up: S Marcell Allmond batted down two passes, including the final one in the morning practice. ... Kyle Boller made a number of impressive throws, the best coming on a 30-yard corner route to Devard Darling. It was one of Boller's best practices. ... LB John Garrett had an interception and fumble recovery. ... Todd Devoe and Kareem Kelly had strong practices, both running precise routes and catching anything within reach. Thumbs down: Chester Taylor fumbled away one of his carries, the first turnover by a running back this training camp.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2004
For a change, the Ravens will not have to deal with their usual opening-day nuisance. Three days away from the first practices of training camp, the Ravens have reached agreements with five of their seven draft selections, including second-round pick Dwan Edwards and third-round choice Devard Darling. Edwards agreed to a five-year contract projected to be around $3.5 million with a $1.5 million signing bonus, while Darling signed a three-year contract believed to be worth around $1.5 million and approximately a $600,000 signing bonus.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 16, 2003
What to look for in the Ravens' preseason game tonight: Position Defensive line. There's quality depth and competition in this group, with only left defensive end Tony Weaver and nose tackle Kelly Gregg assured starting spots. At right defensive end, Marques Douglas is looking to establish himself as a starter with Adalius Thomas temporarily working at linebacker. At nose tackle, Maake Kemoeatu and Aubrayo Franklin are fighting over the backup job. And at left defensive end, Riddick Parker, David Nugent and Joe Salave'a are competing for one of the final spots.
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones | August 15, 2003
Rating the QBs How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday morning's team drills: 1. Chris Redman Had one of his best practices of camp, stretching the defense repeatedly. Found a rhythm with Travis Taylor, hitting the receiver three times for 85 yards and two touchdowns. He also completed a deep pass to Marcus Robinson. 2. Anthony Wright Ran the two-minute drill to near perfection against the backup defense, going 4-for-6 for 65 yards. He capped the drive by connecting with Randy Hymes on a 30-yard touchdown with six seconds remaining.
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