Sun archives: Lenny Moore
Lenny Moore heads upfield during a game against the San Francisco 49ers in 1958.
Sun coverage of former Baltimore Colts player Lenny Moore.
February 20, 2009
He's 75 years old, so his gait is understandably slowed. His energy and his message are not. Lenny Moore held the microphone a bit too close to his mouth as he began: "I'm very pleased I've been given the invite to come here. You need to know the real story."
July 30, 2008
It might have been Ravens training camp, but this was a Baltimore Colt doing the coaching yesterday. His team: 16 youths caught up in the state Department of Juvenile Services.
April 22, 2003
DAD, I think it's gonna be all right," Leslie Moore told his father, as he looked up from his hospital bed that winter evening.
October 21, 2002
Ravens Stadium got the Unitas touch yesterday, from the 13-foot statue of John Unitas to a ring of honor induction for Baltimore Colts Hall of Famers to an eloquent halftime address by the late quarterback's wife.
March 6, 2001
They watched the Ravens' football playoffs together, muffling their whoops in the hush of a hospital. Les Moore lay propped in bed in the critical care wing, more mindful of the TV than the IV in his arm. Beside him sat his father, Lenny, the Colts' Hall of Famer.
January 24, 2001
Like a few thousand other Baltimore fans counting down the days to Super Bowl XXXV, Brian Cooper can't help feeling as if he's been here before.
December 27, 1998
Every time Gino Marchetti takes a step, he remembers The Game. It was Dec. 28, 1958. Marchetti's Baltimore Colts were playing the New York Giants in what is now known as The Greatest Game Ever Played.
August 27, 1996
Fans may not yet know all the Ravens, but there will be no lack of faces familiar to Baltimore football fans when the NFL officially returns here Sunday.
August 21, 1994
Art Donovan remembers the first time he was introduced to the Baltimore football fans in 1950.
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