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Sun StaffAs the pieces in the AFC playoff puzzle fell into place yesterday, the Ravens fell apart. In a game decided by their fumbles and dropped passes, the Ravens let a prime opportunity to make a move in the AFC postseason race slip through their fingers,...
Sun StaffRepublican Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. held his own Super Bowl of political events last night as more than three dozen current and former athletes endorsed his candidacy for governor. Ehrlich appeared awe-struck as the athletes took the stage at a fund-raiser,...
Tags: Politics, Football, Ice Skating, Baltimore Ravens, Art Donovan
POSITION EDGE Ravens rushing vs. Jaguars run defense Through three quarters, Jamal Lewis' 108 yards rushing accounted for nearly half of the Ravens' total offense. He powered his way in between the tackles early and then kept the defense off-balance by...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI - Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments. Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky. Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero,...
Sun StaffJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Ravens used their own special formula - suffocating defense and Matt Stover's steady leg - to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars, 15-10, in a not-ready-for-prime-time game at ALLTEL Stadium last night. A crowd of 65,194 streamed out...
Tags: Basketball, Miami Dolphins, Football, Qadry Ismail, Herring
Sun StaffCINCINNATI -- Matt Stover vindicated himself in a troubled season yesterday by kicking a 50-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Ravens past the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-31, at Cinergy Field. A game between two of the NFL's worst teams may have been...
Sun StaffCarnell Lake won't soon forget the timing of his arrival with the Ravens. The safety, who is in his 13th year, was taking his team physical Tuesday morning when he learned of hijacked planes crashing into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon....
Sun StaffSusan Harkins and her son, Quinn Hargitai, were on their way to an Orioles game May 5 - with three bags full of children's books in their back seat. Their last stop before going to the game: the parking lot at Polytechnic Institute-Western High School...
Tags: Christianity, Children, Govans, Social Issues, Charity
By A Sun Staff WriterOfficials at the Baltimore Reads literacy organization are counting down to Saturday's annual "Books for Kids Day" collection, hoping to bring in 50,000 new or "gently used" books for distribution to families throughout the area. The collection, which...
Tags: Children, Scholastic Inc., Book, Family
Sun StaffMIAMI - The Miami Dolphins beat the Ravens at their own game last night. Unleashing a pass rush that sacked quarterback Tony Banks six times - including twice on the goal line - the Dolphins dealt the Ravens a 19-6 dose of reality before 73,464 and a...
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