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  • Remember when?

    The largest crowd in Baltimore's pro football history showed up Sept.17, 2006, to see the Ravens dismantle the Oakland Raiders, 28-6. The Ravens' defense was at its dominant best, forcing six turnovers and sacking quarterback Andrew Walter - he wasn't even the starter; Aaron Brooks was - six times. All the Raiders could put on the scoreboard that day was two field goals. The Ravens improved to 2-0 for the first time since 2000.
  • Game 13: Ravens fumble big chance

    As the pieces in the AFC playoff puzzle fell into place yesterday, the Ravens fell apart. In a game decided by their fumbles and dropped passes, the Ravens let a prime opportunity to make a move in the AFC postseason race slip through their fingers,...

    NBA free agents: Updates on Class of 2012

    <b>NBA free agents:</b> Updates on Class of 2012
    An updated look at NBA free agents. Who has signed, who is still available, who has become available: Best of who is left: Kenyon Martin, Josh Howard, Derek Fisher, Chris Andersen, Mickael Pietrus, Mehmet Okur (retired), Maurice Evans, Ryan Gomes,...

    Jameer Nelson was surest option for Orlando Magic

    Jameer Nelson was surest option for Orlando Magic
    Like it or not, the Magic are Jameer Nelson's team now. Dwight Howard isn't walking through that door anymore. The Magic re-signed Jameer last week to a three-year deal, needing him as much on the floor as off it. The feeling was mutual. Whether Nelson...

    Smithfield High football turnaround galvanizes student body and town

    SMITHFIELD — Ja Quan Sprately remembers looking up in the stands at Smithfield High home football games in 2011, happy that any students showed up. "When we were 1-9, everybody was all, 'The football team, forget them,'" Spratley said. A week ago,...