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Junior Seau

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  • USC football: Toa Lobendahn has chance to start as a freshman

    USC football: Toa Lobendahn has chance to start as a freshman
    Toa Lobendahn has practiced only 14 times at USC, but the freshman's performance during spring workouts has put him on track for a possible starting role on the offensive line in the fall. With senior Aundrey Walker and third-year sophomore Jordan...
  • USC's spring scrimmage hardly hints at season ahead

    USC's spring scrimmage hardly hints at season ahead
    For at least a few fans, USC's spring-ending scrimmage at the Coliseum was an overwhelming success. One youngster from the crowd passed for a touchdown on a promotional play with the Trojans and an adult caught a pass and sprinted to the end zone on...
  • Ravens notebook: Corey Graham comes up big against Broncos

    Ravens notebook: Corey Graham comes up big against Broncos
    Reading the eyes of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, Ravens cornerback Corey Graham broke on the football and undercut wide receiver Brandon Stokley to intercept the four-time NFL Most Valuable Player in overtime. The pivotal turnover set up...
  • Ravens Pro-Bowler Haloti Ngata ponders his football mortality after another season of injuries

    You can see it in his gingerly gate as he moves from his locker to the shower area, in the way he leans against a wall to take pressure off his right knee. Haloti Ngata's remarkable body hurts. This is easy enough to forget when you watch the Ravens...
  • Current and former players react to NFL concussion settlement

    The late Junior Seau was not far from the thoughts of friends and associates in the immediate aftermath of news of a proposed settlement of concussion-related lawsuits between the NFL and more than 4,500 ex-players. Seau,  the former San Diego...
  • Adrian Peterson's son dies of injuries sustained in alleged assault

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  • Ray Lewis' full statement to media on his retirement

    Ray Lewis' full statement to media on his retirement
    Ray Lewis' statement to the media today at the Under Armour Performance Center: “I talked to my team today and I talked to them about life in general. Everything that starts has an end. It’s just life. For me, today, I told my team that this...
  • Without Ray Lewis, Ravens have seen mixed results this season

    Without Ray Lewis, Ravens have seen mixed results this season
    Sunday's playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts could be the last for one of the greatest linebackers in football history, but the Ray Lewis who will dance out of the tunnel at M&T Bank Stadium — that is, assuming he does play —- has not,...
  • Baltimore needs to take better care of Ray Lewis than San Diego did Junior Seau

    I watched Ray Lewis do his final dance as a player on the field at M&T Bank Stadium immediately after the final play of the game ("Ray's day," Jan. 7). That was great to see. He is leaving the game on his own terms. I hope his head and his heart are in...
  • Coffee Companion (1/10): your daily Ravens fix

    Coffee Companion (1/10): your daily Ravens fix
    Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday....
  • Head injuries have NFL players worried about the future

    Head injuries have NFL players worried about the future
    They’re big. They’re fast. They’re strong.  And you can see something else in today’s NFL players:  they’re scared. Scared about what football might be doing to their brains. Scared about a possible lifetime of migraine...