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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 22, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- Green Bay left offensive tackle Bruce Wilkerson says the belief that the New England Patriots' Willie McGinest is just a speed rusher is false.McGinest, according to Wilkerson, is a combination of speed and power. And Sunday, in Super Bowl XXXI, Wilkerson has to find a way to stop the defensive end/linebacker."He is exceptionally quick and reminds me a little of LT [former Wilkerson New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor]," said Wilkerson. "But his strength is also his weakness.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | November 15, 2007
Cornerback Chris McAlister said yesterday that his knee is improving and he thinks he could return for the Ravens' game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Although McAlister was limited in practice because of a strain he suffered in the Ravens' 22-3 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Oct. 14, he seemed optimistic afterward that he could end his three-game absence. "I get better every day," he said. "Being able to do the majority of things that I was able to do today with very little pain gives me a lot of confidence.
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December 28, 2005
"I got the `dirty bird' down. I'm going to tweak a little bit more." Karlos Dansby Arizona Cardinals linebacker, who has run back two interceptions for touchdowns, on working on his end-zone celebration "When I got the job, I asked him to help me. ... He's the most inexpensive consultant that's won three national championships you could ever have." Mack Brown Texas football coach, on former coach Darrell Royal "I didn't even feel like I played a game tonight." Willie McGinest New England Patriots linebacker, on how little the New York Jets' offense was on the field Monday night
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September 23, 2007
Buffalo at New England BILLS -- Out: DE Ryan Denney (foot), LB Keith Ellison (ankle), LB Coy Wire (knee). Questionable: WR Sam Aiken (groin), G Brad Butler (shoulder), CB Terrence McGee (ribs), CB Ashton Youboty (hip). Probable: WR Josh Reed (thigh). PATRIOTS -- Questionable: G Steve Neal (shoulder), WR Donte' Stallworth (knee), WR Kelley Washington (hamstring), S Eugene Wilson (ankle), G Billy Yates (shoulder). Probable: QB Tom Brady (right shoulder). Carolina at Atlanta PANTHERS -- Doubtful: LB Adam Seward (calf)
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November 23, 1998
Miami (7-3) at New England (5-5)Time: 8: 20, chs. 2, 7.Line: Patriots by 3.Vs. spread: Dolphins 6-3; Patriots 4-5.Outlook: Call the Dolphins the anti-Broncos. If Denver has raced to an unbeaten start with offense, the Dolphins stand alone atop the AFC East with defense. They'll try to clamp CBs Terrell Buckley and Sam Madison on the Patriots' receivers and shut down New England's anemic running game. If the Dolphins can manage a running game, they'll hang onto first place for another week.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | November 15, 2007
Cornerback Chris McAlister said yesterday that his knee is improving and he thinks he could return for the Ravens' game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Although McAlister was limited in practice because of a strain he suffered in the Ravens' 22-3 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Oct. 14, he seemed optimistic afterward that he could end his three-game absence. "I get better every day," he said. "Being able to do the majority of things that I was able to do today with very little pain gives me a lot of confidence.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | September 23, 2006
The road monkey is off of their backs, but another weighty matter awaits the Ravens. Tomorrow's game against the Browns is an opportunity for the Ravens to knock off their AFC North rivals in Cleveland for the first time since 2003. The Browns have not been hospitable hosts lately, winning the last two games between the teams in Cleveland by a combined score of 40-19. Throw in the Browns' 0-2 record this season and fervor from the fans over the return of a franchise that former owner Art Modell moved from Cleveland to Baltimore, and left guard Edwin Mulitalo said he expects the Browns to be a tough match-up.
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September 23, 2007
Buffalo at New England BILLS -- Out: DE Ryan Denney (foot), LB Keith Ellison (ankle), LB Coy Wire (knee). Questionable: WR Sam Aiken (groin), G Brad Butler (shoulder), CB Terrence McGee (ribs), CB Ashton Youboty (hip). Probable: WR Josh Reed (thigh). PATRIOTS -- Questionable: G Steve Neal (shoulder), WR Donte' Stallworth (knee), WR Kelley Washington (hamstring), S Eugene Wilson (ankle), G Billy Yates (shoulder). Probable: QB Tom Brady (right shoulder). Carolina at Atlanta PANTHERS -- Doubtful: LB Adam Seward (calf)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1998
With one exception, the balance of power has shifted perceptibly in the NFL this season.So much so that, six weeks from the finish line, none of last year's six division champions is currently in first place. Two (New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs) have played their way out of contention. Two more (New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers) have positioned themselves for a major fall.The Green Bay Packers, who won the NFC Central the last three years, trail the Minnesota Vikings by two games.
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September 24, 2006
Matchup Vs. spread -- Ravens 2-0; Browns 0-2. Series -- Ravens lead 9-5. Last meeting -- Browns won, 20-16, at Cleveland on Jan. 1, 2006. Rankings Ravens offense -- Overall (24), rush (9), pass (28). Ravens defense -- Overall (1), rush (1), pass (3). Browns offense -- Overall (29), rush (26T), pass (21). Browns defense -- Overall (30), rush (28), pass (27). Ravens injuries Questionable -- TE Todd Heap (ankle); DT Haloti Ngata (back); T Jonathan Ogden (knee); RB Musa Smith (knee)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | September 23, 2006
The road monkey is off of their backs, but another weighty matter awaits the Ravens. Tomorrow's game against the Browns is an opportunity for the Ravens to knock off their AFC North rivals in Cleveland for the first time since 2003. The Browns have not been hospitable hosts lately, winning the last two games between the teams in Cleveland by a combined score of 40-19. Throw in the Browns' 0-2 record this season and fervor from the fans over the return of a franchise that former owner Art Modell moved from Cleveland to Baltimore, and left guard Edwin Mulitalo said he expects the Browns to be a tough match-up.
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December 28, 2005
"I got the `dirty bird' down. I'm going to tweak a little bit more." Karlos Dansby Arizona Cardinals linebacker, who has run back two interceptions for touchdowns, on working on his end-zone celebration "When I got the job, I asked him to help me. ... He's the most inexpensive consultant that's won three national championships you could ever have." Mack Brown Texas football coach, on former coach Darrell Royal "I didn't even feel like I played a game tonight." Willie McGinest New England Patriots linebacker, on how little the New York Jets' offense was on the field Monday night
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November 23, 1998
Miami (7-3) at New England (5-5)Time: 8: 20, chs. 2, 7.Line: Patriots by 3.Vs. spread: Dolphins 6-3; Patriots 4-5.Outlook: Call the Dolphins the anti-Broncos. If Denver has raced to an unbeaten start with offense, the Dolphins stand alone atop the AFC East with defense. They'll try to clamp CBs Terrell Buckley and Sam Madison on the Patriots' receivers and shut down New England's anemic running game. If the Dolphins can manage a running game, they'll hang onto first place for another week.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1998
With one exception, the balance of power has shifted perceptibly in the NFL this season.So much so that, six weeks from the finish line, none of last year's six division champions is currently in first place. Two (New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs) have played their way out of contention. Two more (New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers) have positioned themselves for a major fall.The Green Bay Packers, who won the NFC Central the last three years, trail the Minnesota Vikings by two games.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 22, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- Green Bay left offensive tackle Bruce Wilkerson says the belief that the New England Patriots' Willie McGinest is just a speed rusher is false.McGinest, according to Wilkerson, is a combination of speed and power. And Sunday, in Super Bowl XXXI, Wilkerson has to find a way to stop the defensive end/linebacker."He is exceptionally quick and reminds me a little of LT [former Wilkerson New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor]," said Wilkerson. "But his strength is also his weakness.
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