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Childs Walker


Childs Walker is a sports enterprise reporter for The Baltimore Sun. Since joining The Sun in 2001, he has covered Carroll County politics, Anne Arundel County land use, the Orioles, higher education, the September 11 attacks, a Super Bowl and well, you get the picture. He grew up in Baltimore, learning to put Old Bay on everything and be suspicious of Washington, attended Gilman and graduated from Emory University. He’s a fan of pro basketball, boxing and professional wrestling because they’re among the few sports (or sports entertainment) he’s rarely asked to write about.
  • It wouldn’t be a Ravens offseason without questions about adding a No. 1 wide receiver. Coach John Harbaugh heard this familiar refrain during his season-ending news conference and acknowledged that the Ravens could benefit from outside help, as they did when veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin signed on in 2010. "If we could bring a quote-unquote Anquan Boldin in here, let’s do it, man. Let’s do it," he said. "Now, can we afford it? And what are the resources from other things that we need? That’s the details that we need to figure out.”
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