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Wide receiver is a position known for high-profile draft busts such as Charles Rogers, David Terrell and Mike Williams, players picked in the top 10 who never became productive regulars, much less stars. "It has the highest mortality rate of any position...
With the Ravens starting a rookie quarterback Sunday, we take a look at the last time a rookie started at quarterback -- Kyle Boller on Sept. 7, 2003, against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a 34-15 loss. What happened: Boller, the team's first-round pick (19th...
Tribune staff reporterThomas Jones got his 1,300 yards. The defense failed to get its franchise record or even hold its No. 1 ranking for yards allowed. And offensive lineman Lennie Friedman took snaps at defensive tackle. That's all you need to know about the Bears' 34-10...
Tribune staff reporterThe sun danced on a sparkling Chicago day and a dominant 28-3 victory over Minnesota sat not 20 minutes into the analytical stage Sunday afternoon, with words like redemption being tossed around freely for consideration. Thanks to a Detroit collapse...
Tags: Death, John Tait, Ruben Brown, Daunte Culpepper, Mark Bradley
Tribune staff reporterMost teams and competitors win when they play their best. Champions typically win when they don't. What the Bears managed to do Sunday--rally to beat the Minnesota Vikings 19-16 in a place where they had lost four straight times--felt like one of those...
Roch Around the ClockIn his latest round of allegations, NBA referee Tim Donaghy claims that his tailor altered his suit pants. I thought they looked suspicious.No truth to the rumor that the starting time for tonight's Orioles-Red Sox game has been changed to 5:30......
Sun reporterSecond place is gone. Home-field advantage is debatable.The playoffs, at this moment, look like a pipe dream. The Ravens' free fall through the AFC Central continued yesterday with a wretched 9-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of 69,405, the...
Sun reporterThe road trip finally ended for the Ravens yesterday, but the drought didn't. One more time, the red zone turned into the Bermuda Triangle. One more time, the end zone was a forbidden paradise. One more time, quarterback Tony Banks was left to explain...
Sun reporterThis is what October has come to for the Ravens: On the 1-yard line, quarterback Tony Banks produced a fumble when he should have had a touchdown.On the 9-yard line, Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair produced a touchdown when he should have...
Sun reporterIn the fourth week of the season, against the bumbling Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens found an identity that can take them as far as they want to go. Integrating smashmouth football into a diversified offensive profile yesterday, the Ravens drubbed the...
Tags: Tony Banks, Cincinnati Bengals, Akili Smith, Tampa, Chris Redman
Sun StaffFOXBORO, Mass. - The harsh reality of where the Ravens stand in the AFC was as unforgiving as the pelting downpour. The Ravens' humbling 24-3 loss to the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots yesterday not only delivered a hit to their...
Tags: Ray Lewis, Denver Broncos, Terrell Suggs, Concerts, Ed Reed
Sun StaffCLEVELAND - Before the Ravens can get back on the path to the Super Bowl, they must first map out how to reach the red zone. Before they set their sights on another AFC North title, they have to make sure they keep their eyes on opposing receivers....
Tags: Ray Lewis, Physical Conditions, Ed Reed, Lewis Sanders, Arts
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