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January 7, 2001
Basketball Hawks: Activated F Alan Henderson. College Georgia: Named Brian VanGorder defensive coordinator-linebackers coach and John Eason wide receivers coach. Hockey Thrashers: Placed D Andrei Skopintsev (lower abdominal strain) on IR. Soccer United: Named Curt Onalfo to technical staff.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2014
The Ravens are performing plenty of due diligence on Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer. Wide receivers coach Bobby Engram is traveling to the Hoosiers' Bloomington campus to conduct a private workout for Latimer, according to a league source. Latimer also has a private workout for the Seattle Seahawks and is regarded as a rising draft prospect with six official predraft visits, per the source. The Ravens attended Latimer's Pro Day workout where he ran the 40-yard dash unofficially today in 4.39 and 4.43 seconds and had a 39-inch vertical leap.
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January 27, 2004
Moves Baseball RED SOX: Claimed P Reynaldo Garcia off waivers from Rangers. ROCKIES: Agreed with P Shawn Chacon on one-year contract. ROYALS: Traded P Shawn Sedlacek to Mets for P Jaime Cerda. Basketball CAVALIERS: Activated G J.R. Bremer from injured list. Placed C Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje on injured list. HORNETS: Signed G Tierre Brown to 10-day contract. NETS: Fired coach Byron Scott. Named Lawrence Frank interim coach and Brian Hill assistant coach. Signed G Hubert Davis to 10-day contract.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
Former Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith sat in the first row as Lee Hull was introduced as Morgan State's 19th head football coach on Thursday. Hull, the Terps ' receivers coach for the past six years, told a gathering of Bears players and administrators that he has experience fostering a "family" atmosphere. Smith, juggling one of his nephews on his lap during the news conference, was the proof. Smith, now with the Ravens, said he couldn't imagine not being there for Hull, 48, whom he regards as a "father figure.
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February 5, 2000
Baseball Angels: Agreed to terms on a one-year contract with OF Todd Greene. Braves: Agreed to terms with P Paul Assenmacher on minor-league contract. Expos: Agreed to terms with C Charlie O'Brien on minor-league contract. Mets: Agreed to terms with P Pat Mahomes on one-year contract and P Dennis Springer on minor-league contract. Rangers: Agreed to terms with OF Scarborough Green on minor-league contract with Triple-A Oklahoma. Tigers: Agreed to terms with SS Deivi Cruz, P Dave Borkowski and P Kris Kelleron on one-year contracts.
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February 11, 1993
BaseballAtlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms with P John Smoltz on a four-year contract.Boston Red Sox -- Named Mike Port assistant GM.Cincinnati Reds -- Agreed to terms with IF Jeff Branson, OF Jacob Brumfield and P Mike Ferry on one-year contracts.Colorado Rockies -- Agreed to terms with P Darren Holmes on a two-year contract, and P Denis Boucher, IF Freddie Benavides and IF Vinny Castilla on one-year contracts.Detroit Tigers -- Agreed to terms with OF Kirk Gibson on a one-year contract.Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to terms with IF Gregg Jefferies on a one-year contract.
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By Sports Digest | April 9, 2010
Al Saunders was recently promoted to senior offensive consultant, the Ravens announced Thursday. Saunders, 62, who was the Ravens' offensive consultant this past season, has coached in the NFL for 27 seasons as either an assistant head coach, an offensive coordinator or a wide receivers coach. He has been the play-caller for some of the best offenses over the past decade. "I'm at the stage of my career where I really enjoy the strategy of the game," Saunders said in a statement. "But most of all, you like working with the players to help their skills get really better.
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By From staff reports | December 24, 2007
Maryland football James Franklin, a former Maryland assistant, is returning to the school as offensive coordinator. Franklin, who was the Terps' wide receivers coach from 2000 to 2004, has spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Kansas State. "James Franklin is definitely the person who fits what I have been looking for," coach Ralph Friedgen said in a statement. "His knowledge of our program, his experience as a coordinator and his ability to recruit definitely strengthen us as a coaching staff and football program."
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February 10, 2000
Baseball Dodgers: Named Sam Fernandez senior vice president and general counsel. Mets: Agreed to terms with OF Juan Lebron and P Dicky Gonzalez. Pirates: Agreed to terms with P Mark Leiter, P Danilo Leon, P Josias Manzanillo and P Dave Stevens on minor-league contracts. Tigers: Extended the contract of broadcaster Ernie Harwell through 2001. Basketball Celtics: Placed G Doug Overton on the injured list with a sprained right ankle. Knicks: Placed F Marcus Camby on the injured list.
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January 14, 1999
BaseballDevil Rays: Agreed to minor-league contract with OF-DH Billy Ashley, who had been with Red Sox.Expos: Agreed to minor-league contracts with OF Derrick May and C Darron Cox. Invited following to spring training: P Keith Evans, P Jake Westbrook, C Brian Schneider, C John Pachot, C Francisco Morales, IF Tomas De La Rosa, OF Peter Bergeron, OF Milton Bradley and OF Brad Wilkerson.Giants: Invited P Miguel Del Toro, P Osvaldo Fernandez, P Bronswell Patrick, P Aaron Fultz, C Giuseppe Chiaramonte, C Edwards Guzman, former Orioles OF Jesus Tavarez and former Orioles OF Jack Voigt to spring training.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull remains in the running for Morgan State's vacant head coaching position, according to a source with knowledge of the situation who said Hull is a finalist. Morgan State, which has not responded to requests for comment, is expected to hire a new coach early next month. Maryland is already looking to replace defensive line coach Greg Gattuso, who became Albany's head coach earlier this month, and offensive line coach Tom Brattan, whose contract was not renewed.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2011
Don Brown, whose attacking defense was one of the most improved units among Football Bowl Subdivision teams in 2010, will return for his third season at Maryland and his first under new coach Randy Edsall. A former head coach at Massachusetts, Brown, 55, had been rumored to be among several assistants on Ralph Friedgen's staff who were considering joining former offensive coordinator James Franklin at Vanderbilt. There was also speculation that Brown was being considered for a head coaching job at Elon University.
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By Sports Digest | April 9, 2010
Al Saunders was recently promoted to senior offensive consultant, the Ravens announced Thursday. Saunders, 62, who was the Ravens' offensive consultant this past season, has coached in the NFL for 27 seasons as either an assistant head coach, an offensive coordinator or a wide receivers coach. He has been the play-caller for some of the best offenses over the past decade. "I'm at the stage of my career where I really enjoy the strategy of the game," Saunders said in a statement. "But most of all, you like working with the players to help their skills get really better.
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By From Sun staff and news services | May 21, 2009
NFL Ravens hire J. Brooks as assistant to offense The Ravens announced that they have hired Jason Brooks as their assistant to the offense. Brooks will handle offensive quality-control duties, including self-scouting, game film analysis and breaking down opponents' tendencies, while also assisting wide receivers coach Jim Hostler. "Jason comes in here with college coaching and pro personnel experience, and we're happy to have him on board," head coach John Harbaugh said in a statement.
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By From staff reports | December 24, 2007
Maryland football James Franklin, a former Maryland assistant, is returning to the school as offensive coordinator. Franklin, who was the Terps' wide receivers coach from 2000 to 2004, has spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Kansas State. "James Franklin is definitely the person who fits what I have been looking for," coach Ralph Friedgen said in a statement. "His knowledge of our program, his experience as a coordinator and his ability to recruit definitely strengthen us as a coaching staff and football program."
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By MIKE PRESTON | November 18, 2006
Ravens receivers coach Mike Johnson is the forgotten man. Lost somewhere in the Ravens' new passing game is Johnson, the team's first year wide receivers coach who replaced David Shaw, who was fired at the end of last season. For the first time in eight years, the Ravens have a decent passing game and are developing young receivers, such as rookie Demetrius Williams and second-year player Mark Clayton. The Ravens have the league's No. 15 passing game, featuring receiver Derrick Mason and tight end Todd Heap.
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January 24, 2001
Baseball Blue Jays: Assigned P John Frascatore outright to Triple-A Syracuse; invited him to spring training. Tigers: Invited following to spring training: P Nate Cornejo, P Mark Johnson, P Curtis King, P Sean Runyan, P Kevin Tolar, C Carlos Mendez, IF Dusty Allen, IF Giomar Guevera and OF Rod Lindsey. Sioux Falls (Independent): Signed former Orioles minor-league manager Doc Edwards to one-year contract extension through 2002 as manager. Basketball Jazz: Activated G John Crotty. Placed F Quincy Lewis on injured list with right knee tendinitis.
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January 24, 2005
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Agreed to one-year, $700,000 contract with free-agent P John Franco, who had been with Mets. YANKEES: Agreed to one-year, $600,000 contract with free-agent IF Rey Sanchez, who had been with Devil Rays. Basketball SPURS: Placed C Rasho Nesterovic on injured list with left ankle sprain. Activated F Sean Marks from injured list. SUNS: Signed F Paul Shirley for rest of season. Colleges BUCKNELL: Announced that men's basketball coach Pat Flannery is taking temporary leave of absence.
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