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The Sun remembers: Feb. 24-March 2
The Sun remembers: Feb. 24-March 2

March 1, 2002: The Ravens release Elvis Grbac, the expensive but mistake-prone quarterback they wooed last year instead of re-signing Trent Dilfer, who'd helped them win the Super Bowl. Grbac committed 26 turnovers in a 10-6 season as the Ravens lost in the division playoffs. Feb. 26, 1996: Team officials begin efforts to name Baltimore's new NFL franchise. "We're using some old suggestions," says David Modell, son of team owner Art Modell. "I'm sure people can extrapolate that names like Ravens, Bombers, Bulldogs and Marauders are on the list." Feb. 28, 1982: Towson Catholic wins its third straight Catholic League girls basketball tournament...

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