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Sun StaffRavens Stadium got the Unitas touch yesterday, from the 13-foot statue of John Unitas to a ring of honor induction for Baltimore Colts Hall of Famers to an eloquent halftime address by the late quarterback's wife. "He was very much looking forward to...
Tags: Jim Parker, Sculpture, Football, Baltimore Colts, Art Donovan
Sun StaffMourners said goodbye to John Unitas yesterday, evoking memories of a steely, Hall of Fame quarterback and a tender father who stayed close to his coal-shoveling roots. Cardinal William H. Keeler said he found "sanctity" in the man who threw footballs as...
Excerpts from columns about John Unitas from around the country: - Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: I can close my eyes and still see him, wearing those black high-top shoes, walking slowly to the line of scrimmage, biding his time so he could...
Sun StaffForever embedded in the city's football history, John Unitas and his fellow Hall of Fame Baltimore Colts will now become permanent parts of Ravens Stadium. At the Ravens' next home game on Oct. 20, the team will unveil a statue of Unitas and dedicate the...
Sun StaffA few weeks ago, some fellow Pro Football Hall of Famers graced a fund-raiser for the foundation that Lenny Moore operates in honor of his late son. Art Donovan, a guy who loves salami, and Gino Marchetti, a giant who had a sandwich named for him,...
Sun ColumnistThe love affair between an old, historic NFL city and its new professional football team has been rekindled in the 2000 season. An affection once reserved for the Baltimore Colts and such legends as John Unitas, Lenny Moore and John Mackey has grown to...
Sun Staff"I guarantee it." These words may never go down with "Four score and seven years ago," "War is hell" or "Read my lips," but, remembered in proper context, they, too, will not perish from the face of the earth. Yes, long after the particulars of the...
Tags: Billy Ray, Weeb Ewbank, Football, Baltimore Colts, Raymond Berry
Sun StaffSylvia Mackey noticed the first ominous signs seven years ago. Her husband cashed a $10,000 check he inexplicably was carrying in his wallet, then gave half of the money to an acquaintance he hadn't seen in four decades. "I thought that was strange," she...
Sun StaffJohn Mackey will span two eras of Baltimore football this month. In Canton, Ohio, today, he will likely become the last player from the Baltimore Colts' glory days to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The prototype of the modern tight end,...
Tags: Jim Parker, Weeb Ewbank, Elections, Parenting, Art Donovan
Sun StaffJohn Mackey, the former Colts great who was inducted into the Hall of Fame earlier this month, received his ring at halftime of the Miami Dolphins- New Orleans Saints preseason game last night at Memorial Stadium. Mackey played with the Colts from 1963...
From Wire ReportsWith NFL players and owners reaching an agreement in principle on a collective bargaining agreement, Hall of Famer John Mackey wonders what took them so long to realize that waging war is a losing proposition. "They've got to find a way to live...
Tags: Football, Baltimore Colts, Sports, Health, Surgery
Sun StaffAs the curtain went up on Baltimore's new NFL act, the characters who had played roles in the 13-year drama of political intrigue and financial largesse were spread from the upper decks of Memorial Stadium to the beaches of France. The debut of the...
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