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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2002
PITTSBURGH - The unlikeliest contenders four months ago, the New England Patriots crashed the Super Bowl XXXVI party in the most improbable of ways. Delivering two touchdowns off special teams and receiving a spark from $100 million backup quarterback Drew Bledsoe, the Patriots upset the heavily favored Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-17, before a stunned capacity crowd of 64,704 at Heinz Field yesterday. New England will make an unexpected rendezvous with the St. Louis Rams in Sunday's Super Bowl in New Orleans.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2012
Throughout the season, it seemed as if Terrell Suggs was making a conscious effort to keep Tom Brady's name out of his mouth. While spouting out sound bites on other NFL quarterbacks, such as Ben Roethlisberger and Tim Tebow, on the Ravens' long road to the AFC championship game, the linebacker randomly tossed in vague references to his longtime nemesis from New England. Suggs once mentioned "the pretty boy from up north," and earlier this month, he commented about "the nephew of God," a nod to a recent "Saturday Night Live" skit where Jesus confronts Tebow about having to bail him out in games.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 29, 1996
Calvert Hall was trying to create another "Miracle on 33rd Street" yesterday, when sophomore Paul Daley stepped in and wrecked the Cardinals' plans.With his team trailing Loyola by five with under a minute left in the 77th annual Turkey Bowl, Calvert Hall quarterback Jason Bungori unleashed a long, rainbow pass that hung in the frigid Memorial Stadium air for what seemed like an eternity. The pass was slightly underthrown, which enabled Daley to get position on split end Troy Brown, make the interception at the 2 and secure the 12-7 victory.
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November 24, 2005
Today's games FALCONS@LIONS FALCONS -- Questionable: DE Brady Smith (toe). Probable: G Kynan Forney (leg); T Todd Weiner (arm). LIONS -- Doubtful: LB Earl Holmes (knee). Question able: LB Boss Bailey (ankle); QB Jeff Garcia (lower leg). Probable: CB Dre' Bly (wrist). BRONCOS@COWBOYS BRONCOS -- Questionable: RB Tatum Bell (chest). Probable: CB Champ Bailey (hamstring); K Jason Elam (left calf); TE Jeb Putzier (side/shoulder); DT Demetrin Veal (shoulder); WR Darius Watts (ankle). COWBOYS -- Questionable: WR Patrick Crayton (an kle)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2002
NEW ORLEANS - Five years ago, Troy Brown wept here before the Super Bowl. The New England Patriots' biggest weapon this season, Brown couldn't play in the Patriots' previous Super Bowl trip because of a groin injury. Instead, he watched the other team's return specialist - Green Bay's Desmond Howard - blister New England for a Super Bowl-record 244 return yards and capture the game's MVP award. Brown still vividly remembers that day in 1997 when he was told that he would not be playing.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2002
PITTSBURGH - The New England Patriots are heading to the big game with a big question. Who will be their starting quarterback? Tom Brady, who led the Patriots to a charmed playoff run, rolled his left ankle late in the first half and did not return. In his absence, Drew Bledsoe engineered New England's only touchdown drive in stating his case to regain a starting job lost in September because of a chest injury. "We'll take a look at Tom's situation and make an evaluation there," Patriots coach Bill Belichick said.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | December 4, 1992
Tom Albright has been virtually married to Southern basketball for almost 30 years and been a father figure to hundreds of young men.Tonight in Harwood, the man who has dedicated his life to Southern and its kids as a math teacher and basketball coach could become the first coach in any sport in Anne Arundel County to win 400 games.When Albright's Dawgs take the floor at 7:15 tonight against Great Mills of St. Mary's County, it will be more than just a season opener.Albright starts his 28th campaign with a career record of 399-221, including an unprecedented four state boys championships (1973, '81, '83 and '86)
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2002
New England Patriots wide receiver Troy Brown has 95 catches - one shy of Ben Coates' franchise record - but was not named to the AFC Pro Bowl team released last week. Arizona Cardinals free safety Kwamie Lassiter has nine interceptions - second most in the NFC - but he's not going to Honolulu next month, either. St. Louis Rams middle linebacker London Fletcher is the playmaker for the NFC's No. 1 defense on a team with an NFL-high 13 wins, but he was passed over in favor of Jeremiah Trotter, a free-agent-to-be the Philadelphia Eagles won't even try to re-sign in the off-season.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - In a season in which both Super Bowl teams have endured pivotal injuries, the Philadelphia Eagles moved closer to the return of one of their stars. Terrell Owens practiced yesterday for the first time since injuring his right ankle in mid-December, participating in fewer than one-third of the team's 30 offensive plays. The All-Pro receiver is reportedly working toward playing as the Eagles' third receiver Sunday against the New England Patriots. "He looked good with the work he did," Philadelphia coach Andy Reid said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2005
FOXBORO, Mass. - In what has become its snowy house of horrors, the seemingly unstoppable Indianapolis Colts offense finally met its match - a plodding New England Patriots attack. Controlling the line of scrimmage, the clock and inevitably the game, the defending Super Bowl champions shoved their way to a 20-3 win over the usually high-powered Colts in an AFC semifinal playoff game yesterday at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots accomplished the unthinkable - keeping Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning out of the end zone - by keeping the NFL Most Valuable Player off the field.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - In a season in which both Super Bowl teams have endured pivotal injuries, the Philadelphia Eagles moved closer to the return of one of their stars. Terrell Owens practiced yesterday for the first time since injuring his right ankle in mid-December, participating in fewer than one-third of the team's 30 offensive plays. The All-Pro receiver is reportedly working toward playing as the Eagles' third receiver Sunday against the New England Patriots. "He looked good with the work he did," Philadelphia coach Andy Reid said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2005
FOXBORO, Mass. - In what has become its snowy house of horrors, the seemingly unstoppable Indianapolis Colts offense finally met its match - a plodding New England Patriots attack. Controlling the line of scrimmage, the clock and inevitably the game, the defending Super Bowl champions shoved their way to a 20-3 win over the usually high-powered Colts in an AFC semifinal playoff game yesterday at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots accomplished the unthinkable - keeping Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning out of the end zone - by keeping the NFL Most Valuable Player off the field.
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By KEN MURRAY | February 1, 2004
Time: 6:25 p.m. TV: Chs. 13, 9 Site: Reliant Stadium, Houston Records: Panthers 14-5, Patriots 16-2 Line: Patriots by 7 TEAMS GRADED ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 10 IN EACH CATEGORY, WITH 10 THE BEST. RUSHING GAME Panthers 8, Patriots 4 The Panthers place more emphasis on the run because of personnel. They've got one of the NFL's toughest running backs in Stephen Davis -- with DeShaun Foster as a nifty changeup back -- to compensate for the relative inexperience of quarterback Jake Delhomme.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 2, 2002
NEW ORLEANS - Five years ago, Troy Brown wept here before the Super Bowl. The New England Patriots' biggest weapon this season, Brown couldn't play in the Patriots' previous Super Bowl trip because of a groin injury. Instead, he watched the other team's return specialist - Green Bay's Desmond Howard - blister New England for a Super Bowl-record 244 return yards and capture the game's MVP award. Brown still vividly remembers that day in 1997 when he was told that he would not be playing.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2002
PITTSBURGH - The unlikeliest contenders four months ago, the New England Patriots crashed the Super Bowl XXXVI party in the most improbable of ways. Delivering two touchdowns off special teams and receiving a spark from $100 million backup quarterback Drew Bledsoe, the Patriots upset the heavily favored Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-17, before a stunned capacity crowd of 64,704 at Heinz Field yesterday. New England will make an unexpected rendezvous with the St. Louis Rams in Sunday's Super Bowl in New Orleans.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2002
PITTSBURGH - The New England Patriots are heading to the big game with a big question. Who will be their starting quarterback? Tom Brady, who led the Patriots to a charmed playoff run, rolled his left ankle late in the first half and did not return. In his absence, Drew Bledsoe engineered New England's only touchdown drive in stating his case to regain a starting job lost in September because of a chest injury. "We'll take a look at Tom's situation and make an evaluation there," Patriots coach Bill Belichick said.
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By KEN MURRAY | February 1, 2004
Time: 6:25 p.m. TV: Chs. 13, 9 Site: Reliant Stadium, Houston Records: Panthers 14-5, Patriots 16-2 Line: Patriots by 7 TEAMS GRADED ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 10 IN EACH CATEGORY, WITH 10 THE BEST. RUSHING GAME Panthers 8, Patriots 4 The Panthers place more emphasis on the run because of personnel. They've got one of the NFL's toughest running backs in Stephen Davis -- with DeShaun Foster as a nifty changeup back -- to compensate for the relative inexperience of quarterback Jake Delhomme.
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November 24, 2005
Today's games FALCONS@LIONS FALCONS -- Questionable: DE Brady Smith (toe). Probable: G Kynan Forney (leg); T Todd Weiner (arm). LIONS -- Doubtful: LB Earl Holmes (knee). Question able: LB Boss Bailey (ankle); QB Jeff Garcia (lower leg). Probable: CB Dre' Bly (wrist). BRONCOS@COWBOYS BRONCOS -- Questionable: RB Tatum Bell (chest). Probable: CB Champ Bailey (hamstring); K Jason Elam (left calf); TE Jeb Putzier (side/shoulder); DT Demetrin Veal (shoulder); WR Darius Watts (ankle). COWBOYS -- Questionable: WR Patrick Crayton (an kle)
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2002
New England Patriots wide receiver Troy Brown has 95 catches - one shy of Ben Coates' franchise record - but was not named to the AFC Pro Bowl team released last week. Arizona Cardinals free safety Kwamie Lassiter has nine interceptions - second most in the NFC - but he's not going to Honolulu next month, either. St. Louis Rams middle linebacker London Fletcher is the playmaker for the NFC's No. 1 defense on a team with an NFL-high 13 wins, but he was passed over in favor of Jeremiah Trotter, a free-agent-to-be the Philadelphia Eagles won't even try to re-sign in the off-season.
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November 29, 1998
BUFFALO (7-4) NEW ENGLAND (6-5)Line: Patriots by 1.Vs. spread: Bills 7-2; Patriots 4-5.Outlook: Let us count the ways the Bills have won seven of their last eight: an excellent plus-seven turnover margin; the conference's No. 2 running attack; big plays from WR Eric Moulds; DE Bruce Smith, still sacking after all these years; and, of course, QB Doug Flutie, who conjures plays from thin air. The Patriots were about to go poof in the playoff race when QB...
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