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William C. "Bill" Costello, a former Evening Sun sportswriter and Life magazine reporter who later became advertising director of the old National Brewing Co., died Sept. 30 from congestive heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 82.
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As a graduate of Cardinal Gibbons School, Chris Burley can't get together with his former teammates on Friday night to watch their alma mater's football team in
His boyish looks, bantam size and benign-sounding name belied his fierce demeanor in football. Who'd have thought a guy named Wendell could deliver bone-rat
This is the first edition of the 7-on-7 drill, where I'll present seven lists of seven items to help keep track of the NFL season.
Victor Carrasco guided 9-5 second choice Daily News ($5.80) to a decisive three-length victory in Laurel Park's second race Friday, the jockey's first local win since returning Sept. 16 from a foot injury.
The game was called "Throw 'em up, bust 'em up," and Timmy Jernigan believed it was as close as he was going to get to organized football. All it required was a ball and a small patch of grass in the Jacksonville, Fla. apartment complex where Jernigan lived.
In Cleveland, Hue Jackson will need to be a miracle worker as much as a coach. The Browns have had eight coaches since 1999.
His locker stall was all but empty and had no name or number. Still, Victor Ochi was beaming after being signed to the New York Jets' practice squad.
'Dancing with the Stars' Season 23 kicked off with a kerfuffle, as two protesters rushed the stage during Ryan Lochte's performance.
The Ravens were back in pads Tuesday for a practice that started at 8:45 a.m. and ended promptly at 11 a.m. It wasn't as hot as it was Saturday, when the heat index was over 100 degrees. However, the occasional cloud cover was still well received by the players.
Orioles infielder-outfielder Steve Pearce is confident he will not only avoid a trip to the disabled list but thinks he will be able to return to the lineup by
In a first-person account on the Players’ Tribune posted Thursday morning, Monroe wrote that he would step away from the game rather than seek a new team.
With Father's Day on Sunday, The Baltimore Sun surveyed local athletes, from Orioles and Ravens to Terps and Greyhounds, for cherished memories of their dads. The remembrances are as unique as the relationships they spring from, but in each there are virtues of fatherhood: love, patience, pride. And because these are athletes, after all, there are sports.
Besides being the greatest boxer ever, the legacy Ali leaves behind is one built on principle, character and peace. And for young African American men like me who grew up watching Ali in his prime, he taught us about racial pride and that being a leader was more than just rushing for 1,000 yards in a season or being able to score 20 points a game.
Ever since he started for his high school team outside Nashville as a freshman, Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds said Saturday that he has been "proving people
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is lauded often for his 1996 draft. But Newsome admits that he made a significant error in the second round.
Georgia outside linebacker Leonard Floyd might not be the likely choice for the Ravens at pick number six. But if they trade back, he very well could come into play.
It makes sense for the Ravens to take a run at extending nose tackle Brandon Williams this offseason. But Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti recognizes that it's a tough sell for players.
Two days after reaching a four-year agreement with safety Eric Weddle, the Ravens released Hill, a 14-game starter last season. The move creates just over $3 million in salary cap space and paves the way for converted cornerback Lardarius Webb to start alongside Weddle in 2016.
Many of the top free agents have already signed new contracts or will do so today. But that doesn't mean there aren't any quality free agent options left for the Ravens.
On a day where money changed hands at a dizzying rate both before and after the free-agent market opened at 4 p.m., the Ravens stayed mostly quiet, but set themselves up to make moves in the days ahead.
This might be the year that the Ravens end up with no compensatory picks and that will be just fine if they're able to immediately fill some roster holes.
Elmer H. Wingate Jr., who played one season with the Baltimore Colts in 1953 and was an All-American football and lacrosse player at the University of Maryland, College Park, died on Feb. 27 of Alzheimer's disease. He was 88.
A football caught by Colts split end Raymond Berry from quarterback Johnny Unitas in the 1958 NFL championship game at Yankee Stadium sold Thursday night for $62,140 at Huggins & Scott Auctions.
The Broncos gave up 296 points during the regular season and 44 points during their three postseason games. That's an average of 17.9 points per game, which is pretty good until you compare it the two teams during the 16-game era that are generally left standing during any debate about the best defensive units — the 1985 Chicago Bears and the 2000 Ravens.
In beating up the Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50, the Denver Broncos showed the Ravens and other teams that it's imperative to have guys who can get to the quarterback.
Three years after he was one of the stars in the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory, Anquan Boldin picked up a huge personal honor during the NFL's championship weekend. Boldin, a wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers, was named the 2015 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. The announcement was made during the NFL Honors primetime awards show on the eve of the Super Bowl.
A framed photo of the Super Bowl XXXV champions hangs on Edwin Mulitalo's bedroom wall; a "Festivus" T-shirt, in his closet. They are cherished keepsakes for Mulitalo, a starting guard for the 2000 Ravens when they won their first NFL title.
Got an extra $50,000? It might buy you the football that Johnny Unitas threw to Raymond Berry for a touchdown in the Baltimore Colts' 1958 NFL championship game. That pigskin goes to auction Monday and is expected to bring big bucks before online bidding ends Feb. 11.