Mark Clayton is a gamer—in more ways than one.
Sure, the compact 5-foot-10-inch,195-pound wide receiver didn't miss a game last year as he led the Ravens in receiving yards. But forget for the moment his talent on the field—talent prodigious...
Still down after last year's playoff loss? Here's how to get ready for the new season.
Few defeats in Ravens history have been as devastating as last year's playoff loss. The defense was championship caliber! McNair was on fire! The O-line was nigh impregnable! And then the Colts broke...
Fantasy football’s popularity means more women are finding themselves “widowed” on Sundays—but some are joining in.
There will come a day this month when millions of women across the country will mourn the loss of their husbands and boyfriends. Following summers spent frolicking together on beaches, barbecuing...
Part of our "100 Years: The Twelve Events That Shaped Baltimore" series
It seems like he should have been there: chasing the vans down the street, shaking his fist in anger, cursing Bob Irsay's name deep into the Baltimore night. But, in fact, then-Mayor William...
In football, calling someone a warrior is a bit of a cliche. To Steve McNair, the word actually applies.
Steve McNair owns, by his estimation, about 150 swords. Some folks collect stamps or cars; McNair collects swords. It's a fitting hobby for a man who rode into Baltimore three months ago looking—to...
Being a female in a male-dominated sport was just one obstacle that race car driver Kelly "Girl" Sutton had to overcome
For as long as she can remember, race car driver Kelly Sutton loved anything with wheels. And she wanted to ride those things. Fast.
As a little girl, Kelly and her older sister Tracey raced their...
Terps coach Gary Williams is winning, at last. Why can't he enjoy it?
This is that ranting maniac from TV? It's 10 a.m. and Coach Gary Williams is sitting in his office at Cole Field House, an hour before he's to review game tape for an upcoming match against...
Until our town gets another professional football team, we’ve got the semi-pro Baltimore Bears, a bunch of working guys who play the game for the glory, the dreams, and the hits.
Under a misty Saturday-evening sky, more than 50 men are spread out along the Kenwood High School track in East Baltimore, undergoing a transformation. They are pulling on pads and plastic armor,...