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NFL Draft 2019: Pre-Combine RB, WR, TE Rankings

Who are the top running backs, wide receivers and tight ends heading into the NFL Scouting Combine? Ken Zalis shares his top five prospects for each position, and N.C. State's Kelvin Harmon checks in at No. 2 among receivers.

Ravens Lock In CB Tavon Young As Part Of Team's Future

Ravens cornerback Tavon Young received just two scholarship offers out of high school, was the shortest defensive back at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine and tore his ACL in 2017, but he's now one of the centerpieces of the Ravens' defense for the next four years.

Tony Gwynn Jr.: Manny Machado Signing With Padres Is Good For Baseball

Former MLB outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr., now an analyst for the San Diego Padres on television and radio, believes that former Orioles infielder Manny Machado signing with a low-profile team such as the Padres is a good thing for baseball.

UMBC Men's Basketball Poised For Another Run At America East Title

The UMBC men's basketball team is poised for another run at an America East title after defeating conference-leading Vermont, 65-56, Feb. 21. "To be able to know that we have a chance at it again, it's amazing," junior forward Arkel Lamar said.

Orioles Veterans Could Make Impact … Or Bring Back Key Prospects

Young players are the focus of the Orioles' rebuilding effort, but several veterans -- such as right-hander Alex Cobb -- also face big seasons, as they could be auditioning for contending teams at the trade deadline.

Once A Star Recruit, Maryland's Damian Prince Now Flying Under The Radar Ahead Of NFL Draft

Former Maryland right tackle Damian Prince was one of the top recruits in the nation in 2014, but now he's flying under the radar ahead of the NFL Draft. "I really wouldn't have it any other way. I prefer to take the stairs," Prince said.

Orioles To Honor Frank Robinson Throughout 2019 Season

The Orioles will honor franchise icon Frank Robinson, who died Feb. 7 at the age of 83, by wearing a commemorative "20" patch on their jerseys throughout the 2019 season and more.

Humanity The Hallmark Of Jim Margraff's Legacy At Johns Hopkins

For those who knew Jim Margraff, who passed away in January, it wasn't his record as Johns Hopkins' head football coach that defined him. It was his humanity.

2019 NFL Draft: Pre-Combine Quarterback Rankings

Who are the best quarterbacks in the 2019 NFL Draft? Ken Zalis shares his top five ahead of the NFL Scouting Combine, and Oklahoma's Kyler Murray checks in at No. 3.

Despite Orioles' Recent Struggles, Spring Training Still Brings Anticipation

For displaced Orioles fan Michael Janofsky, spring training still brings anticipation, though he admits this year has a different feel to it.

Morgan State's Joshua Miles 'Blessed' To Learn From Former Pros Ahead Of NFL Scouting Combine

Former Morgan State left tackle Joshua Miles is preparing for the NFL Scouting Combine by working with former NFL players like Robert Mathis and Dylan Gandy. "Learning from those guys is awesome. I'm just blessed to be where I am," Miles said.

What Receivers, Pass Rushers Could Ravens Target With No. 22 Pick In 2019 NFL Draft?

With the No. 22 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Ravens could look to fill holes at wide receiver or pass rusher. Eric Galko breaks down a few possible options, including N.C. State's Kelvin Harmon.

2019 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Preview: Senior-Dominated Terps Will Be In National Title Hunt … Again

The Maryland women's lacrosse team has been to 10 straight Final Fours, and the Terps figure to be in the mix once again, just one of many stories to watch locally during the 2019 season.

Loyola Men's Lacrosse Not Concerned About Rankings

Loyola men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey isn't getting caught up in the hype surrounding his team following the Greyhounds' strong start. "We have work to do," Toomey said. "I don't think anybody is putting stock into the rankings. I know my team is not."

For Maryland HC Mike Locksley, Experience At Alabama Brings 'Tremendous' Value

Mike Locksley says he learned a lot from his time at Alabama that he's bringing to the Terps. "One of the things that I've learned from the last three years is that winning is a byproduct of doing all the other little things, and that's what most of my energy has been concentrated on," Locksley said.

Jim Henneman: Orioles Lose An Angel -- Say It Ain't So, Joe!

Jim Henneman bids farewell to Joe Angel's legendary run as the radio voice of the Orioles, and he says it's an experience that has definitely been in the win column.

Glenn Clark: Was Win Against Iowa A True Stepping Stone For Terps?

Maryland's Feb. 19 win against Iowa marked the Terps' first road win against a ranked team since 2008, but was it a step toward proving themselves capable of winning a really big game? Glenn Clark shares his take.

Gary Kendall 'Ecstatic' To Manage Norfolk Tides

The 2019 season will be new Norfolk Tides manager Gary Kendall's first above Double-A, and Kendall says he's "very ecstatic and very honored" that Mike Elias and Brandon Hyde chose him for the job.

For Stevenson Men's Lacrosse, Early-Season Tests Are The Norm

Stevenson men's lacrosse faces a tough early-season schedule, and that's just the way head coach Paul Cantabene wants it. "We want to play the best," Cantabene said. "... It helps our guys understand how to turn it up when it really matters and to win close games."

Greg Roman: Ravens 'Reimagining' Offense To Fit Lamar Jackson

To hear Greg Roman tell it, the Ravens' offensive playbook was essentially wiped clean a month ago, and now he and his staff are designing a new system that matches the "unique skill set" of dynamic quarterback Lamar Jackson.



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