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  • 'Broadway Joe' Namath is a big fan of Baltimore's Joe Flacco

    'Broadway Joe' Namath is a big fan of Baltimore's Joe Flacco
    While Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has won some people with his play the past two weeks, Joe Namath’s mind had long been made up. He didn’t need to see Flacco out-shine Indianapolis Colts phenom Andrew Luck and outplay Denver Broncos future...
  • Superstitious fans in Catonsville, Arbutus do their part for the Ravens

    Superstitious fans in Catonsville, Arbutus do their part for the Ravens
    Whether it is wearing the same unwashed jersey, eating the same food or drinking the same beverage, superstitious fans of the Super Bowl-bound Baltimore Ravens feel like they have something to do with the three consecutive playoff victories. Local...
  • Inside 'The Castle'

    Inside 'The Castle'
    Steve Bisciotti was still a minority owner of the Baltimore Ravens when planning began for the team's new training facility in Owings Mills. After his staff canvassed other National Football League teams about what they liked, or might do differently, in...
  • Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic scheduled for July 6

    Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic scheduled for July 6
    Under Armour announced today that the eighth annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic will be held Saturday, July 6 at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium. Eighty-eight of the nation’s top male and female high school seniors will...
  • The Sun remembers: Dec. 30-Jan. 5

    The Sun remembers: Dec. 30-Jan. 5
    Dec. 31, 2000: "Defense wins championships," Michael McCrary crows as the Ravens defeat the visiting Denver Broncos, 21-3, in an AFC wild-card game. McCrary, a defensive end, sacks the quarterback three times while Baltimore allows the Broncos offense,...
  • Doris Mae Hoey Snyder, Colts head majorette

    Doris Mae Hoey Snyder, Colts head majorette
    Doris Mae Hoey Snyder, an Annapolis resident who performed as the head majorette for the Baltimore Colts Marching Band and later formed the Washington Redskinettes, died Dec. 18 at the Baltimore Washington Medical Center after suffering an aortic...
  • True blue in a sea of purple

    True blue in a sea of purple
    Once upon a time, no one around here would have blinked at Deborah Lawler's order for a sheet cake to serve at her football party — a blue horseshoe design with a "Go Colts" inscription. "They refused to write it," she said of the employees at...
  • Our last dance with Ray Lewis

    Our last dance with Ray Lewis
    When I heard the news that Ray Lewis was retiring at the end of this season, I cried. Ray Lewis has an emotional hold on this community, state, and fan base — and on my family. He has been, for 17 years, a leader, an inspiration, a sign of hope. A...
  • Baltimore without No. 52? It's hard to believe

    There are some people in this town who think that Ray Lewis is washed up ("'My last ride,'" Jan. 3). Some people think he isn't fast enough anymore or that he can't tackle hard enough. These people focus on the fact that his retirement will free up salary...
  • Is the window closing on the Ravens' Super Bowl chances?

    Is the window closing on the Ravens' Super Bowl chances?
    Long before linebacker Ray Lewis decided it was his time to walk away from the hard-hitting game he had become the face of, teammate Terrell Suggs started to realize that time was running out. Not just for Lewis, but for himself and many of his...
  • The Sun remembers: Jan. 6-12

    The Sun remembers: Jan. 6-12
    Jan. 10, 1991: "We're a better team than we were yesterday," Orioles manager Frank Robinson says after the trade that brings slugging Houston Astros first baseman Glenn Davis to Baltimore in exchange for three young players — pitchers Curt Schilling...
  • Ray Lewis farewell tour moves to Denver

    As Ray Lewis danced onto his home field Sunday to face the Indianapolis Colts in an opening-round playoff game, the great Ravens linebacker hoped he was saying goodbye to Baltimore but not to the NFL. Not quite yet. After a sloppy start, his teammates...