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.
As a young cornerback building a career with the Ravens, Lardarius Webb enjoyed the comfort of knowing that whatever happened on the field, free safety Ed Reed was behind him to help the defense make a stop.
Maryland-bred star Ben's Cat will look to avoid losing his fourth race in a row for the first time ever when he takes the gate in the $100,000 Laurel Dash as part of the 11-race Turf Festival program Saturday at Laurel Park.
Last Wednesday, Harbaugh and his Michigan coaching staff embarked on a month-long trip that includes 38 camps in 21 states across two countries. Monday, the eighth stop on that journey was in Baltimore.
This week, the first-year class will take the field for the first time together at rookie minicamp. The first of three OTAs will start on May 24, with the final one scheduled for the week of June 6. Then, all 90 players on the Ravens' roster will be on hand at the mandatory minicamp, which goes from June 14-16.
Sean Davis grew up watching the late Sean Taylor play safety for the Washington Redskins, and he modeled his game after the hard-hitting safety, from his youth days to his time at Maret School in Washington through his four years at Maryland.
Given Maryland¿s proximity between Baltimore and Washington, it¿s sometimes tough judge whether the Ravens or the Redskins are the ¿hometown team.¿ Maryland¿s campus is about 15 minutes from FedEx Field in Landover and a half-hour from M&T Bank Stadium ¿ without traffic, of course ¿ and plenty of Terps identify as fans of either team.
A Maryland private high school announced the retirement of its longtime football coach Thursday after a player said the coach tried to choke him while kneeling on his chest in a recorded interaction that the student said began as horseplay.
Reginald "Reggie" Fugett — brother-in-law of Orioles center fielder Adam Jones and son of former Redskins tight end Jean Fugett Jr. — is jumping in the crowded City Council race to serve West Baltimore.