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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1999
PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Redskins' second-half swoon under coach Norv Turner is starting a bit early this year.The Redskins, who were 7-1 in 1996 before collapsing to 9-7 and missing the playoffs, were 4-1 just a month ago. But now the Redskins are 5-4 and in danger of another free fall after a frustrating 35-28 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday.The only consolation is that the Redskins are tied for first place in the NFC East with the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys."We looked like a junior high team out there," wide receiver Albert Connell said after the Redskins turned the ball over six times.
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SPORTS
By Brent Jones | September 1, 2000
RB Stephen Davis Davis was the main reason the Redskins went to the playoffs for the first time since 1992. He rushed for 1,405 yards and averaged 4.8 yards per carry. He scored 17 touchdowns and took tremendous pressure off new quarterback Brad Johnson. Davis has depth behind him in Adrian Murrell and Skip Hicks, but there is a significant talent gap. The Redskins could afford to be without Davis for only a few games and definitely not for any playoff games. He hobbled off last season with a high ankle sprain in the playoff loss to the Bucs.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1996
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph had just 76 total offensive yards and trailed by 24 points at halftime.And after being routed, 58-20, by DeMatha, The Washington Post's No. 2-ranked team, coach Mike Working acknowledged his Gaels had gotten a lesson in football's fundamentals."
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | August 11, 1997
Negotiations between the Ravens and Florida State defensive end Peter Boulware broke off in the evening hours yesterday, leaving the team without its top draft pick for the 28th day of training camp.Team officials, including owner Art Modell, were optimistic about the sides agreeing on a deal yesterday, but negotiations ended around 6: 15 p.m without a deal being struck. According to a Ravens official, Boulware and his agent, Eugene Parker, are expected to remain in town for another day."This is not a pleasant experience; I've had other holdouts before," Modell said.
NEWS
By KATIE WILMETH and KATIE WILMETH,CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE | November 25, 2005
A one-bedroom apartment in Maryland will run about $700 a month, the students were told - plus, there are car payments, entertainment expenses, and insurance and utility bills. "Ladies and gentlemen, I am telling you the truth. I am not lying, embellishing or exaggerating," said Magellan Westbrook, 35, ticking off living expenses to a classroom of ninth-graders at Milford Mill Academy this week. "These are true numbers, and I'm not done yet ... because we still have to eat." That's $400 more on the chalkboard list.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | October 23, 2006
It's a history thing Yesterday's 27-7 loss to the Texans dropped the Jaguars to 3-3, but it shouldn't have come as a surprise. The Texans were 4-4 against the Jaguars coming into the season, and knocked them out of a playoff spot with a Week 17 upset in 2004. Chester Taylor's day Could the Ravens use running back Chester Taylor? You bet. He had a 95-yard touchdown run for the Vikings and 169 rushing yards in a 31-13 upset of the Seahawks. But it's no sure thing that Taylor could have ignited the Ravens' tepid ground game.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | October 10, 1996
What's new: The Michael Westbrook soap opera is heating up again as he prepares to come back from his latest knee injury. The team's most talented wide receiver and No. 1 draft pick out of Colorado in 1995 has taken some heat around Washington lately for what some consider a lack of toughness by not playing with pain. He missed five games with knee and ankle injuries in his rookie year and has already been out of action three games this season with two torn posterior cruciate ligaments in his left knee.
BUSINESS
By JAMIE SMITH HOPKINS | August 3, 2008
Try to sell a house in this down market, and you might start fantasizing about what-ifs. For instance: What if you could tap into the large pool of people who, just like you, would buy if only they could first sell? What if you could find someone with a place you want who in turn wants your place? Actually, you can. You can give it a shot, anyway. It's called "house trading." "It's a very viable alternative if it's a tough market, if you're literally unable to sell your home," says Danielle Babb, an author of real estate books, including Finding Foreclosures.
NEWS
By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | November 29, 1993
Western Maryland College freshmen have gotten by this semester with a little help from their friends in the college's new peer mentoring program."I think [the program] is helpful to them because they will always have someone they can trust, someone they have confidence in," said LaVita Westbrook, a sophomore environmental biology major and peer mentor at the college. "Even if we are busy, we will make time for [them], that's how we want them to feel . . . that they can trust us, more like a sibling or something."
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 13, 2000
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington Redskins wide receiver Albert Connell will not start Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Interim coach Terry Robiskie decided to bench Connell yesterday in favor of 38-year-old Irving Fryar. Connell was held without a catch in Sunday's 32-13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Robiskie originally did not plan to make any changes to the lineup. But Connell's erratic play all season mixed with the poor team effort in Sunday's game, left Robiskie with little choice but to make a statement to the players he hopes to coach next season.
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