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  • Meet your team's Waterloo

    Meet your team's Waterloo
    Ten thousand men died on June 18, 1815 at Waterloo. That was 10,000 more than were killed in Gainesville on Sept. 30, 1961. That didn’t make the day any easier for Florida fans. “It was like a death in the family,” coach Ray Graves...
  • Ravens center Jeremy Zuttah returns to practice on limited basis, Rick Wagner still sidelined

    Ravens starting center Jeremy Zuttah returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday, an encouraging sign as he continues to rehabilitate a surgically repaired hip. Zuttah took part in individual drills after undergoing surgery this offseason to...
  • Uniontown native crafts bats for baseball pros

    It all started with stickball. Jack Marucci and his siblings played stickball with broom handles in the parking lot of their parents' North Gallatin Avenue restaurant in Uniontown, Shady Side Inn, and he'd walk with his younger brother Jerry to Nickman's...
  • Miami and Tampa Bay can't even spell W-I-N

    Miami and Tampa Bay can't even spell W-I-N
    If you can read this, you’re not a Dolphins fan. I don’t want to say Miami fans are literary losers, so I’ll let the Wall Street Journal say it. A┬árecent study in that esteemed publication revealed Dolphins fans have the third-...
  • 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...
  • Ravens rookies Breshad Perriman, Maxx Williams, Buck Allen scheduled to attend NFLPA rookie event

    Ravens rookies Breshad Perriman, Maxx Williams, Buck Allen scheduled to attend NFLPA rookie event
    Three Ravens rookie draft picks are scheduled to attend the annual NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere event. The NFLPA issued a press release stating that first-round wide receiver Breshad Perriman, second-round tight end Maxx Williams and fourth-...
  • Ravens CB Rashaan Melvin grieves father's death as he rehabs shoulder injury

    Ravens CB Rashaan Melvin grieves father's death as he rehabs shoulder injury
    As difficult an experience as the Ravens' playoff game loss to the New England Patriots was for cornerback Rashaan Melvin, it's also been a trying offseason for him. Melvin's father, James Melvin, died in February following a long battle with prostate...
  • Bianchi: At least NFL penalized Ray Rice more than criminal justice system

    Bianchi: At least NFL penalized Ray Rice more than criminal justice system
    Where's the outcry now? Where's the national dialogue? Where are the angry talking heads, defiant columnists and irate Twitter mob demanding the firing of Atlantic City District Attorney James McClain? After the case-dismissed order signed by...
  • Josh Freeman trying to revive career with Dolphins

    Josh Freeman trying to revive career with Dolphins
    There are days quarterback Josh Freeman's practice ends long after the other players have left the field. Every bit of workout time is important for Freeman, who is trying to resurrect his once promising career with the Miami Dolphins. So when he feels...
  • Stuff, Knightro earn spots on Jerry Greene's top mascots list

    Stuff, Knightro earn spots on Jerry Greene's top mascots list
    You want a hard life? I mean really hard? Be a team mascot. Granted, it's not quite as hard as being a Disney "animal" because those poor souls are prey for millions of sadistic kids who think the costumed creatures are just big toys that can be...
  • Final OTA this week is tuneup for the Ravens' mandatory minicamp

    Final OTA this week is tuneup for the Ravens' mandatory minicamp
    NFL coaches characterize offseason practices as more of a classroom than a place to measure readiness for competition. Contact drills are prohibited and several key veterans tend to skip the voluntary workouts. The Ravens use their spring practices to...