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WatchdogI had the privilege Wednesday night of watching ESPN's upcoming documentary on the 1958 NFL Championship Game at a Chelsea theater with Frank Gifford, Pat Summerall, Raymond Berry, Gino Marchetti, Lenny Moore, Jim Mutscheller, radio announcer Bob Wolff,...
WatchdogMy Tuesday newspaper column primarily concerns the ESPN documentary debuting Saturday about the 1958 NFL title game. It's a long commitment at two hours, but it's worth the time, both for its novel talking-heads concept, in which members of the......
Sun reporterAlex Hawkins sees it in the mannerisms, the way Peyton Manning sometimes cocks his helmet back on his head or the look on his face coming off the field. Gino Marchetti sees it in the way Manning stands in the pocket and in the way his shoulder pads sit...
Even though Michael Phelps is taking a break from the pool, he's still picking up honors. The Rodgers Forge native yesterday became the first swimmer named Sports Illustrated'sSportsman of the Year. He's just the third athlete from Maryland to be so...
March 29, 1984, remains the most infamous day in Baltimore sports history. Ask longtime residents about it and they'll practically spit the words "Irsay" and "Mayflower." As the moving trucks rolled out in the snow that morning, they carried away the...
Sun ReporterIf the Baltimore Colts had not lost to the New York Jets in Super Bowl III, this season's New England Patriots probably would be all alone in chasing undefeated glory. That's because the seeds of the NFL's only unbeaten team in the Super Bowl era - the...
Sun ReporterJohn Unitas went to his grave believing he had bungled his debut with the Baltimore Colts. He was wrong. Fifty years ago this month, the Hall of Fame quarterback threw his first pro pass. According to Unitas, the date was Oct. 21, 1956, and the pass was...
Sun reporterDriven to keep John Unitas memorabilia in Baltimore, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti confirmed yesterday that he was the anonymous bidder who purchased 10 items relating to the legendary Colts quarterback for $165,370. At the Feb. 23 auction, Bisciotti...
Ernie Accorsi watched the 1958 NFL championship game between the New York Giants and Baltimore Colts as a 17-year-old Colts fan. He went on to become general manager of both teams that played in the historic contest. He has probably watched the game 40...
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Sun StaffForty-some years ago, Baltimore wrapped itself in blue and white. Blue-collar workers toiled at steel mills and shipyards. White marble steps beckoned them home. Come fall, folks packed Memorial Stadium on Sundays to cheer the Colts, a club of castoffs...
Baltimoresun.com StaffDennis, Milton, Del.: Guess what a 11-4 record means? It's the starting record for home games of Kyle "Your Man" Boller. Bet you never got that one! I hope you finally give props to Kyle after finally getting a 2-minute game-ending score with some nice...
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