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  • Game 8: Ravens, Reed stand tall

    If this becomes the turning point of the season, the Ravens will only have to remember last night's emotional swing, as safety Ed Reed raced from one end zone to the other. Relying on a signature defensive stand, the black-clad Ravens delivered a 27-13...
  • Game 1: Insult, injury for Ravens

    As quarterback Kyle Boller was helped off the field, it had become painfully obvious in the season opener: The Ravens' new-look offense has the same old problems. Stalled drives, dropped passes and countless penalties proved to be disastrous in the...
  • Game 16: Win no happy ending

    In a season defined by disappointment, the Ravens' final victory aptly gave way to misery. Three hours after the Ravens persevered for a 30-23 win over the Miami Dolphins yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium, their playoff hopes were dashed when Denver defeated...
  • Brownout for Ravens

    CLEVELAND - Turnovers have led this Ravens' road trip into a dead end. A third-place record has changed this journey into a crossroads. Swallowing some pride as a franchise yesterday, the Ravens watched their title defense get put on notice in a...
  • Ravens stick it to Titans

    Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher reportedly told his players during the week to hit the Ravens with a 2-by-4. Instead, the Ravens cold-cocked his Titans with a hammering defense. Learning of Fisher's comments only moments before the game, the Ravens uncorked...
  • Game 11: Bouncing back

    Once feeling like a team divided, the Ravens spent the final seconds of yesterday's game knelt in unison, holding hands along the sideline. When Matt Stover's 42-yard field goal sailed through the uprights, there were collective tears of joy and relief...
  • Fame, crime beget news

    The slumbering media-celebrity-industrial complex awoke with a vengeance yesterday, as cable news coverage was dominated by the issuance of arrest warrants against music superstar Michael Jackson for multiple counts of child molestation. It was O.J....
  • Victors show wide party appeal

    DES MOINES -- Sens. John F. Kerry and John Edwards reshaped the Democratic presidential race in the Iowa caucuses Monday night by demonstrating broad appeal across the party, while former Gov. Howard Dean and Rep. Dick Gephardt saw their base of support...
  • As past rushes back, all at risk

    ATLANTA - The change in Jamal Lewis last season was subtle but unmistakable. An extra measure of resolve. A willingness to lead. Most of all, a hunger for recognition, not as one of the workmanlike but faceless NFL running backs who dependably gain chunks...
  • Rally organized by student group targets state funding of city schools

    About 200 Baltimore students, parents and activists rallied outside City Hall yesterday - the latest in a series of demonstrations over the amount of state funding for city schools. The event, organized by the Algebra Project, a student-run tutoring...
  • Teen's death: a matter of race or self-defense?

    On a warm July night, an African-American teenager with a ready smile and plans for the future lay dying on the side of a Pasadena road after a beating, allegedly by six young white men. To some, including many black residents of Anne Arundel County, the...
  • Big swap, huge flop

    Boston Red Sox star Curt Schilling laughs when he thinks about the morning he found out he was no longer an Oriole. It was a career ago, and he was a naive, 24-year-old kid who really didn't know what had hit him. "I remember it clearly," Schilling said....