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by MARLO BARNHART | August 9, 2005
CLEAR SPRING - Clear Spring's Tony Mirra recently took on Ray Lewis, a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens. At a recent EA Madden 2005 Football Tournament in Baltimore, Mirra, 23, won the video game tournament and subsequently played and bested Lewis, who had been undefeated in the video game. Part of Ray's Summer Days, the three-day event was to benefit underprivileged children. The 32-player tournament was single elimination, with the winner playing the video game against Lewis for the grand prize.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | January 6, 2013
The unknown is a very scary place. The reason is obvious. No one knows what to expect when heading somewhere they have never been. On Wednesday, a trio of adventurers stood at unknown's entrance, waiting to walk through the doorway of what will be the Twilight Zone. They were Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis, the Ravens and the fan base which worships both of them. Lewis announced he would end his 17-year career at the end of the Ravens' current playoff run. The timing was abrupt.
NEWS
By BRYN MICKLE | July 13, 1999
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A Berkeley County woman who police allege tried to kill her husband by putting rat poison in his food was charged with attempted murder Tuesday. [cont. from front page ] Tracey Lenette Lewis, 35, of Bunker Hill, was released on $20,000 bond after she was arraigned in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on a felony charge of attempting to kill or injure by poison. An employee at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Martinsburg told police that Tracey Lewis had told their daughter she had put rat poison in her husband's food in an attempt to kill him, according to allegations contained in court records.
NEWS
December 17, 2008
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens have placed five players on the AFC Pro Bowl squad on Tuesday, including middle linebacker Ray Lewis and free safety Ed Reed, for the 10th and fifth time, respectively. Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, special-teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo, and fullback Le'Ron McClain made the NFL's annual all-star game as backups. The Pro Bowl will be played Feb. 8 in Honolulu. McClain is a first-time selection, making the game after rushing for a team-high 693 yards and seven touchdowns while splitting time between fullback and tailback.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | April 14, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com When he hit the pillow Saturday night, Smithsburg's Dustin Sier probably had visions of success dancing through his head. After all, he had just encountered a day full of achievements he'll long remember. Sier was named the Gus Baker Memorial Scholarship Award winner by the Baltimore Ravens Roost No. 7 at the club's 40th annual banquet. Earlier in the day, Sier had won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and anchored the 400- and 800-meter relays for the Smithsburg boys at the Dwight Scott Invitational in Boonsboro.
OPINION
February 13, 2013
“I think the Ravens are the greatest there is, but I think Beyonce went beyond reason, and her show was not that good to me, and I think Jennifer Hudson tried to take all the glory away from the kids, and the kids were great.” - Falling Waters, W.Va. “I'm calling in reference to the person who's referencing feeding their dogs the fried eggs and the ham and dog food. I, too, just want to share how well I take care of my three dogs. I'm very disrespected by some people because my husband's a hunter, and with the deer meat, it's all ground, and we prepare ground deer meat, and it is prepared with vegetables, oatmeal and rice.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | July 29, 2007
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - A year ago, the Baltimore Ravens entered training camp with plenty of questions and only a half-dozen victories to build upon. Coming off a 6-10 season, the Ravens wondered how quickly their new quarterback, Steve McNair, could adjust to operating coach Brian Billick's complex offense. They had no idea who to start at free safety, and star middle linebacker Ray Lewis was returning from a serious hamstring injury. The Ravens also worried about relying heavily on rookies at several key positions, including punter, defensive tackle, wide receiver and tight end. "We had five or six critical concerns," Billick recalled.
NEWS
January 22, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens were one of the last four teams in the NFL playoffs, no small feat for a team that went 5-11 last year. "We look back with some pride on what was accomplished," coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday. "Our guys have established an identity. We're a rough, tough, disciplined, hardworking, blue-collar football team. " That description can also be applied to the Pittsburgh Steelers, who handed Baltimore half its six losses this season, including a 23-14 thumping in the AFC championship game Sunday.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | April 1, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are considering a variety of players with the 26th overall pick in the NFL draft later this month -- none of them a quarterback. The Ravens solved that problem last year when they selected Joe Flacco with their No. 1 pick. Flacco started every game and looked very little like a rookie in leading Baltimore to the AFC championship game. So, upon devising his draft board for April 25, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has assembled a list of names that includes almost every position on the field except for one. After drafting a host of quarterbacks over the past 13 years, ranging from Jon Stark to Kyle Boller to Flacco, Newsome can turn his attention elsewhere.
NEWS
February 1, 2001
Bowl about beer, Ravens and revenge Leave my quarterback unbroken Don't turn him into dust and gore Take thy cleats from out my heart And take thy logo off my door Quoth the Ravens, "Never score. " (Memo to eighth-grade English teachers: Be careful what you make your kids read - they may actually remember it 25 years later and put it to thoroughly inappropriate use.) Solace? Perhaps. I used to split my affections between the Vikings and the Colts before Irsay's moving vans came.
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OPINION
February 13, 2013
“I think the Ravens are the greatest there is, but I think Beyonce went beyond reason, and her show was not that good to me, and I think Jennifer Hudson tried to take all the glory away from the kids, and the kids were great.” - Falling Waters, W.Va. “I'm calling in reference to the person who's referencing feeding their dogs the fried eggs and the ham and dog food. I, too, just want to share how well I take care of my three dogs. I'm very disrespected by some people because my husband's a hunter, and with the deer meat, it's all ground, and we prepare ground deer meat, and it is prepared with vegetables, oatmeal and rice.
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SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | February 3, 2013
It seems like we can run, but we can't hide. I don't know about you, but I was spending this week getting ready for the Super Bowl. You know, the Big Game (since we aren't authorized to call it the other title). This one has a tinge of interest, especially since the Baltimore Ravens were going to be playing. But on Wednesday, I was notified that the buildup to Sunday's kickoff wasn't what it seemed. It was like when you were watching your favorite show and you hear “We are interrupting this program for a special announcement.” The announcement came courtesy of ESPN football analyst Tom Jackson.
SPORTS
By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | January 6, 2013
The unknown is a very scary place. The reason is obvious. No one knows what to expect when heading somewhere they have never been. On Wednesday, a trio of adventurers stood at unknown's entrance, waiting to walk through the doorway of what will be the Twilight Zone. They were Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis, the Ravens and the fan base which worships both of them. Lewis announced he would end his 17-year career at the end of the Ravens' current playoff run. The timing was abrupt.
SPORTS
January 9, 2011
Ray Lewis knows a championship defense when he sees one. Now the Kansas City Chiefs do, too. Lewis and Baltimore’s tough and savvy defense overwhelmed the young Chiefs on Sunday, sacking Matt Cassel three times and forcing five turnovers in a 30-7 victory in the opening round of the playoffs. The Chiefs (10-7), who won the AFC West with a six-game improvement and took pride in not beating themselves, managed just 25 yards in the second half. “To set records is one thing,” said Lewis, who forced a fumble and had a sack in the second-half dismantling of the Chiefs.
NEWS
September 20, 2010
CINCINNATI -- Instead of watching a game, Mike Nugent got a chance to win one. The kicker who spent most of last season watching from home had the best day of his career on Sunday. He made all five of his field goal tries, sending the Cincinnati Bengals to a 15-10 victory over the Baltimore Ravens that extended their domination of the AFC North. Instead of Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco, the star of this one was the kicker. "Hey Hollywood!" holder Kevin Huber called out to him in the locker room.
NEWS
September 19, 2010
CINCINNATI (AP) -- After an offseason in which big-name receivers corralled a bunch of money and the offense took on more of a vertical look, the Ravens suddenly have become a chic pick to win the AFC North, even though the team they're trying to catch added a few divas of their own. Now, two games in, the new-look Ravens get to show whether they measure up to the champs. Baltimore's visit to Cincinnati today is a chance to show the Bengals that there's no clear path to the playoffs.
NEWS
December 26, 2009
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- They are the two most visible faces of tough-guy football, as personified by James Harrison's snarling and Ray Lewis' meanness. Fittingly, the weather routinely is cold and nasty when they meet, or much like the attitude each carries for the other. Toughness isn't an option when the Ravens and Steelers meet, it's a requirement. Located in adjacent states, the franchises are equally close in mindset and personality, style and identity. A season ago, the Steelers delighted in keeping the hated Ravens from going to the Super Bowl.
NEWS
By DAVID GINSBURG | April 1, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are considering a variety of players with the 26th overall pick in the NFL draft later this month -- none of them a quarterback. The Ravens solved that problem last year when they selected Joe Flacco with their No. 1 pick. Flacco started every game and looked very little like a rookie in leading Baltimore to the AFC championship game. So, upon devising his draft board for April 25, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has assembled a list of names that includes almost every position on the field except for one. After drafting a host of quarterbacks over the past 13 years, ranging from Jon Stark to Kyle Boller to Flacco, Newsome can turn his attention elsewhere.
NEWS
January 22, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens were one of the last four teams in the NFL playoffs, no small feat for a team that went 5-11 last year. "We look back with some pride on what was accomplished," coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday. "Our guys have established an identity. We're a rough, tough, disciplined, hardworking, blue-collar football team. " That description can also be applied to the Pittsburgh Steelers, who handed Baltimore half its six losses this season, including a 23-14 thumping in the AFC championship game Sunday.
NEWS
By JAMIE ARON | December 20, 2008
IRVING, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys sure would like to close Texas Stadium the way they opened it in 1971. Not just by winning the last game. By winning the Super Bowl, too. The Cowboys began playing under the hole in the roof in October 1971 and won their first championship at the end of that season. Four more Super Bowl titles and 37 seasons later, Dallas will play its 313th and final game there tonight, taking on the only team that's never visited, the Baltimore Ravens.
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