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  • Adrian Amos' NFL draft diary: Chapter 11

    Adrian Amos' NFL draft diary: Chapter 11
    Editor's note: As Penn State free safety and cornerback Adrian Amos gets ready for the NFL draft, the former Calvert Hall standout will be sharing details about his preparations with Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson. The 6-foot, 218-pound All-Big Ten...
  • You couldn't lose at safety with Ed Reed or Troy Polamalu

    You couldn't lose at safety with Ed Reed or Troy Polamalu
    When Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu announced his retirement, few people were happier than Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis. With Ravens safety Ed Reed not playing last season and Polamalu headed to the sidelines, Lewis' life has become a...
  • Wedded: Amanda Lane and Mario Pompa are fit to be tied

    Wedded: Amanda Lane and Mario Pompa are fit to be tied
    Date: Dec. 13 Her story: Amanda Lane, 30, grew up in Altavista, Va. She works as an administrative coordinator for patient access at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her mother and stepfather, Judy and Mike Tolle, live in Crownsville. Her father, Fred Lane,...
  • Ravens should pick a top cornerback in the NFL draft

    Ravens should pick a top cornerback in the NFL draft
    The NFL draft is several months away, but early indications are the Ravens will be able to draft a top cornerback late in the first round, according to ESPN analyst Mel Kiper. Kiper says the position has some depth and the Ravens will probably be able...
  • ESPN analysts sack Jay Cutler: 'This is hard to watch'

    ESPN analysts sack Jay Cutler: 'This is hard to watch'
    It was open season Monday night on Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. It is hard to remember the last time ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” crew went after a player harder and with such intensity. Then again, Cutler gave them plenty of...
  • Jay Feely: Leadership lacking from Marc Trestman, Jay Cutler

    Jay Feely spent only a short time with the 2014 Bears, but it didn't take the well-traveled kicker long to identify what he perceived as a lack of leadership on the team. Feely, a 14-year NFL veteran who filled in for the injured Robbie Gould after...
  • Controversies such as 'Deflategate' aren't new to the Super Bowl

    Controversies such as 'Deflategate' aren't new to the Super Bowl
    The New England Patriots got out of the Northeast on Monday before the blizzard hit, and flew directly into the eye of a different storm. While football fans from every corner of the map have already grown weary of "Deflategate," New England coaches and...
  • Aaron Donald named Defensive Rookie of the Year, beating out Ravens' C.J. Mosley

    Aaron Donald named Defensive Rookie of the Year, beating out Ravens' C.J. Mosley
    Ravens Pro Bowl inside linebacker C.J. Mosley relentlessly chased down running backs all year, establishing himself as one of the NFL's most productive defensive players in his debut season. But Mosley's pursuit of the Associated Press NFL Defensive...
  • Jeffrey M. McCall: Media money machine turns athletes into heroes

    Jeffrey M. McCall: Media money machine turns athletes into heroes
    Let's remember a key fact as we prepare snacks and grab the remote to watch the Super Bowl. The people playing in the game are important only because they happen to be good at football. They aren't superheroes. They aren't necessarily good at anything...
  • Under Armour taps local athletes, actors for marketing

    Under Armour taps local athletes, actors for marketing
    At 4-foot-6 and 70 pounds, he is hardly an imposing Under Armour model, but 10-year-old Thomas Geyer of Havre de Grace loves sports and possesses just the right look. Also, his feet are the perfect size. "Attractive Boys (think UA ads) 10-12 years old...
  • Clock is ticking for Ravens, Ray Lewis says

    Clock is ticking for Ravens, Ray Lewis says
    In an interview with The Baltimore Sun this week, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis expressed optimism about the future of his old team, but not before offering this caveat: “They’re going to have to get it done real soon before things...