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  • Ravens agree to terms with veteran CB Cassius Vaughn, sources say

    Ravens agree to terms with veteran CB Cassius Vaughn, sources say
    The Ravens have agreed to terms with veteran cornerback Cassius Vaughn on a one-year contract, according to NFL sources. It's a veteran minimum deal worth up to $825,000, which includes a $745,000 base salary, a $50,000 bonus for making the 53-man...
  • Ravens waived/injured cornerback Julian Wilson

    Ravens waived/injured cornerback Julian Wilson
    The Ravens have waived/injured cornerback Julian Wilson. It's a precursor to Wilson being placed on injured reserve because of his season-ending broken leg during rookie minicamp that required surgery. Wilson has to clear waivers, though, to be...
  • Quincy Black, formerly of Buccaneers, buys in Lincoln Park for $2.65M

    Quincy Black, formerly of Buccaneers, buys in Lincoln Park for $2.65M
    Chicago native and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Quincy Black has paid $2.65 million for a six-bedroom, 9,050-square-foot house in west Lincoln Park. Black, 31, starred at Kenwood Academy and Harper College before playing for the University...
  • What does Ray McDonald debacle mean for Bears?

    What does Ray McDonald debacle mean for Bears?
    The Ray McDonald-Chicago Bears news cycle is near its merciful end. For a player who never even put on shoulder pads as a Bear, let alone played in a game, he sure made a mark on the franchise. But how big of a deal is this whole saga? And what does...
  • Jen Bleakney, Ryan Conrad named Sun's Athletes of the Year

    Jen Bleakney, Ryan Conrad named Sun's Athletes of the Year
    Atholton's Jen Bleakney and Loyola Blakefield's Ryan Conrad each combined a fierce competitive streak with speed and versatile skills to become national-level high school athletes in one sport and standouts in two more. Bleakney, an All-Metro field...
  • Transition to offense taught Harry Swayne importance of attitude

    Transition to offense taught Harry Swayne importance of attitude
    Harry Swayne thought his NFL career was over. The Ravens director of player development (and former offensive tackle) was drafted in the seventh round (190th overall) by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1987 as a defensive end. When a coach later suggested...
  • Terps baseball coach Szefc suspended two games

    Terps baseball coach Szefc suspended two games
    Maryland baseball coach John Szefc will serve a two-game NCAA suspension because of his ejection from Sunday's Big Ten championship game. Szefc was thrown out during the top of the seventh inning by plate umpire Jim Schaly in the Terps' 4-3 loss to...
  • Houston Texans will be featured in HBO's 'Hard Knocks'

    Houston Texans will be featured in HBO's 'Hard Knocks'
    The Houston Texans have one of the biggest defensive stars in the NFL, a former No. 1 overall draft pick still looking to justify that status, an aging running back hoping his 2014 comeback was no fluke, and a possible quarterback controversy. Sounds...
  • Patriots Welcome First-Round Pick Brown

    Robert Kraft spent 80 seconds Wednesday making his first public remarks since saying eight days earlier he wouldn't appeal the Patriots' punishment for using underinflated footballs. Not one of those seconds was devoted to the scandal. At a ceremony...
  • Parkland product, Giants running back Andre Williams expanding his field of vision

    Parkland product, Giants running back Andre Williams expanding his field of vision
    Call Andre Williams a product of his environment. He's worldly beyond his 22 years, way beyond. The former Parkland High School star who is entering his second season with the New York Giants has a vision that extends well beyond the gridiron. Always...
  • Ravens undrafted rookie WR DeAndre Carter plays with 'chip on my shoulder'

    Ravens undrafted rookie WR DeAndre Carter plays with 'chip on my shoulder'
    Growing up in California, undrafted rookie wide receiver DeAndre Carter idolized Ravens five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Steve Smith and patterned his game after him. Carter -- 5 feet 8, 185 pounds -- saw a kindred spirit in Smith, a feisty, similarly-...