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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50.
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50. « Show less

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  • Game 1: Shades of '96 color loss

    The players and feisty coach Ted Marchibroda didn't want to hear it, but the 1997 version of the Ravens looked a lot like the 1996 team yesterday in a 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Ravens thought they got ripped off by an official's call...
  • Game 2: Ravens toss complete game

    In the Ravens' short history in Baltimore, this was by far the team's biggest win. The Ravens had their longest offensive drive ever. They blocked their first field goal. They interrupted a streak of having lost nine of their past 11 games after having...
  • Game 3: Ugly win sits pretty

    The Ravens' locker room was nearly empty, but quarterback Vinny Testaverde was still sitting half-dressed on the stool, waiting patiently as the last batch of reporters asked a few more questions. Testaverde had friends and family outside waiting from his...
  • Game 4: Ravens ready for takeoff

    The Ravens are moving into the guarded optimism stage these days. The team is showing signs of a miraculous turnaround from a year ago, but most of the players were reserved after the Ravens blew out the Tennessee Oilers, 36-10, yesterday before 17,737 at...
  • Game 5: Struck down by mistakes

    A problem the Ravens had hidden in previous weeks resurfaced yesterday. It's called pass defense, and the Ravens played very little, surrendering 352 passing yards in a 21-17 loss to the San Diego Chargers before 54,094 at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego...
  • Game 10: Ravens turn over an ugly leaf

    The Ravens played so poorly that it was almost comical. Backup quarterback Eric Zeier threw a pass that hit an official in the head. The team's running back of the future, Jay Graham, was crushed by the kicker on a return in which he fumbled twice. Then...
  • Game 11: Tie leaves Ravens at a loss

    The only things possibly left to play for now are pride, draft position and the head coach's job. The Ravens' playoff hopes were left hanging in the wind with Philadelphia kicker Chris Boniol's waffling, 40-yard field-goal attempt at the end of overtime...
  • Game 14: A return to that winning feeling

    The Ravens have their first quarterback controversy. It's Eric Zeier against Vinny Testaverde. Or is that Vinny Testaverde against Eric Zeier? A decision on the quarterback of the future, or at least of next week, will be made in the next 72 hours, but...
  • Game 15: Ravens make it a fond farewell

    There was almost one more miracle on 33rd Street. Almost. When cornerback John Williams knocked down Steve McNair's pass to Frank Wycheck at the Ravens' 34-yard line with 16 seconds left, the final chapter of the illustrious history of the NFL at...
  • Game 1: 'Train' makes first stop

    It's over now, and the Ravens' coming-out party was a huge success. Players hugged in the locker room. Coach Ted Marchibroda got a little teary-eyed. Quarterback Vinny Testaverde was a big hit, and another new slogan and dance were born. On a day when...
  • Game 2: Steelers answer the Ravens' caw

    The Ravens may have gotten an answer to their "Why Not Us?" motto. The Pittsburgh Steelers had 397 yards of total offense, and averaged 4.9 yards per carry. They had a nearly 11-minute advantage in time of possession, converted on seven of 11 third-down...
  • Game 4: There's no place like home

    In the Ravens' locker room, no one cared that it was just the winless New Orleans Saints. Players exchanged high-fives and coach Ted Marchibroda was slapping rear ends and shaking hands. Quite a few players talked about building momentum for the future...