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November 10, 2012
The NFL has levied $50,000 in fines to the Pittsburgh Steelers and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders on Friday for faking an injury during an Oct. 21 game in Cincinnati. Sanders was fined $15,000 and the organization $35,000. Sanders grabbed the back of his leg and collapsed to the ground during the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh's 24-17 win. Also fined by the league were Panthers safety Haruki Nakamura and Packers tight end Ryan Taylor, $21,000 each; Titans safety Michael Griffin, $20,000; Raiders cornerback Tyvon Branch, Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, and Cardinals linebacker Quentin Groves, $15,750 each; Ravens LB Dannell Ellerbe, $10,000; Colts cornerback Cassius Vaughn and Steelers safety Will Allen, $7,875 apiece.
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January 14, 2001 | By Phil Sheridan, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
He is being compared now to the greats at his position, fearsome middle linebackers like Dick Butkus and Mike Singletary and Ray Nitschke. Ray Lewis heard that and shrugged. "It's an honor to be put in the same sentence with those guys at 25 years old," Lewis said last week. "It's a great honor. But my thing is not to be in the same category. My thing is to be the best at what I do. " Last year, he was being compared to O.J. Simpson and Rae Carruth, football players who had been accused of murder.
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January 28, 2001 | By Mike Bruton, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
For 11 years NFL secondaries have been trying to figure out whether it is harder to shut Shannon Sharpe down or to shut him up. The jury is still out. The man talks so much he might deliver his own eulogy, but his trek through the league has left as many deeds as words. If there is a victory to be had, Sharpe will be somewhere nearby. The Baltimore Ravens tight end has been victorious in his last 10 postseason games, seven with the Denver Broncos, with whom he won two Super Bowl rings, and three with the Ravens.
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March 2, 2009
Daily News football writer Paul Domowitch provides a quick look at the early winners and losers after the first weekend of free agency. To read more of this analysis, visit www.eagletarian.com . Winners Chiefs: The weekend acquisitions of quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel for the paltry sum of a second-round pick will only make them better. Lito Sheppard: The Eagles cornerback finally got the trade he wanted, to the Jets. Giants: The Giants signed Falcons linebacker Michael Boley, Seahawks defensive tackle Rocky Bernard and Cowboys defensive lineman Chris Canty.
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January 24, 2010 | By Phil Anastasia INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Today's AFC title game will be a clash of the top-seeded Indianapolis Colts and the fifth-seeded New York Jets. It will be a clash of playing styles. And it could turn on a clash of former South Jersey stars. The upstart Jets are likely to try to control the tempo with a powerful running game led by rookie Shonn Greene, a Winslow Township High School graduate. Indianapolis' defensive counter will be led by captain and middle linebacker Gary Brackett, a Glassboro High School graduate.
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August 2, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Ray Lewis agreed to a 5-year contract extension yesterday that includes a $19 million signing bonus and keeps the All-Pro linebacker with the Ravens through 2008. Lewis' new 7-year contract is worth about $50 million. Lewis had 2 years left on a deal that was to pay him $4.75 million each year. Lewis led the NFL with 196 tackles last year and was selected to the Pro Bowl for a fifth straight time. He was a key figure in the Ravens' drive to the Super Bowl in 2000, and clearly is the most important element in the team's effort to regroup from a sweeping salary-cap purge during the offseason.
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November 18, 2006 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
New York Giants halfback Brandon Jacobs revealed yesterday that the league fined him between $5,000 and $10,000 for shoving a football under his jersey to celebrate a touchdown run against Chicago on Sunday night. Jacobs, who said he will appeal, insisted he was not celebrating. He said that when he puts the ball underneath his jersey to create a bulging stomach and then rubs it, he is acknowledging his wife, Kimberly, who is pregnant. What confuses Jacobs is he did the same thing after scoring a touchdown against Tampa Bay on Oct. 29. The league and the officials did nothing then.
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February 19, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
For Shannon Sharpe, the decision to jump from the Denver Broncos to the Baltimore Ravens was easy. Sharpe, 31, said yesterday he wanted to play his entire career with the Broncos, but he appreciated the treatment he got from the Ravens when they recruited him. He said owner Art Modell made him feel at home. "He told me that he wanted me, he wanted to get the deal done," Sharpe said The talks led to a four-year deal with the Ravens worth $13.2 million, including a $4.5 million signing bonus.
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May 6, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will be tried with his two co-defendants, and their murder trial will start May 15 in Atlanta. The defense's request for separate trials was denied yesterday. Judge Alice Bonner said the court was "not persuaded that the issues raised by defendants justify severance" of the trial. " The star linebacker, Joseph Sweeting and Reginald Oakley are charged with murder in the stabbing deaths of Jacinth Baker and Richard Lollar. The two men were killed after a fight following a post-Super Bowl party in Atlanta.
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January 12, 2013 | By Gene Wang, Washington Post
BALTIMORE - Shortly after setting the Baltimore Ravens' record for postseason receiving yards in a game Sunday, Anquan Boldin stepped to the podium across the hall from the locker room with a towel draped around his neck and a stern expression. The discussion had shifted from the 24-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the AFC playoffs to Saturday's showdown against the Denver Broncos, and Boldin dispensed with the pleasantries often associated with evaluating an opponent.
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