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Today we examine the year 1958 and what it was like in Baltimore and New York around the historic Dec.28, 1958, game between the Colts and Giants. As the 50thanniversary approaches, we'll look at the game through the eyes of those who played in it and...
Fifty years ago, Baltimore was a grimy, rowdy, unpretentious town of rolled-up sleeves and red-hot steel, a warren of row homes and warehouses, a place where a man could walk into a bar on Greenmount Avenue and gab with a Colts player over a cold Natty...
On Dec.28, 1958, the NFL's best offense and defense, its finest quarterback, its best possession receiver and big-play threat, its most dominant defensive lineman and prototype offensive tackles, its best-rounded linebacker and its most promising...
It seemed a rare and perfect opportunity to take revenge on history. Twenty-three years after the Colts had abandoned Baltimore, they were on their way back for a playoff game. A 13-3 Ravens team lay in wait with the franchise's typical great defense...
Tags: John Mackey, Football, Art Donovan, Tony Banks, Shannon Sharpe
The image did not add up in Raymond Berry's mind. There he was, sharing a moment of purest fulfillment with his Baltimore Colts teammates as they left Yankee Stadium on Dec. 28, 1958. World champions! They could call themselves that after beating the...
Sun ReporterIn the twilight of his football career with the Baltimore Colts, John Unitas was repeatedly asked the question by reporters: How will you feel if your records are broken? Unitas' response was always the same, teammate Bill Curry said. "John would...
It matters not that their gaits are slowed and frames stooped, the result of ancient wounds and the passing of decades. These former Baltimore Colts - the 1958 Baltimore Colts - are arrested in the collective mind's eye of generations of football fans...
Tags: Football, Super Bowl, Art Donovan, Television, New York Giants
Look at the picture, taken in a dime-store photo booth in 1955. What do you see? A black-and-white snapshot of black and white buddies hanging out - in black-and-white, segregated times. They seem an odd pair. One wears a wide smile, a starched shirt...
Milt Davis knew how to read people - on and off the football field. As an All-Pro defensive back for the Baltimore Colts, he outfoxed receivers, twice led the NFL in interceptions and helped the club win two world championships. As a pro scout, Davis...
Sun ReporterJohn Unitas went to his grave believing he had bungled his debut with the Baltimore Colts. He was wrong. Fifty years ago this month, the Hall of Fame quarterback threw his first pro pass. According to Unitas, the date was Oct. 21, 1956, and the pass was...
Special to Baltimoresun.comAfter failing to repeat as Super Bowl champions, the Ravens overhauled their entire roster in 2002, releasing veterans including tight end Shannon Sharpe, defensive end Rob Burnett, wide receiver Qadry Ismail, safety Rod Woodson and defensive tackle Sam...
Baltimoresun.com StaffPaul, Ontario, Canada: Who's our leader, Mike? And don't tell me it's Billick, Ozzie, Boller, Ray, Steve or Jim. They don't have one and you know it. Print the truth. Yeah, it hurts, all right. Mike Preston: Well, if it ain't Billick, Ozzie, Boller,...
Tags: Matt Leinart, Dale Carter, Football, Todd Heap, Fishing
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