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Jacoby, Karina get foxy on 'Dancing with the Stars'
baltimoresun.com Updated Apr 8, 2013
Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff have the foxtrot for tonight's "Best Year of Your Life" theme. I'd say it's pretty darn hard to top the year he's having THIS year. Can they foxtrot to Fatboy Slim's "Right Here Right Now"?Upvote Share Tweet
Buchholz buckles down to earn second winMLB.com Apr 8, 2013As of the final out in Monday's 3-1 win over the Orioles, the Red Sox possessed 40 percent of the 2-0 pitchers in the Majors.Upvote Share Tweet
Federal judge throws out case against NFL over Ravens logobaltimoresun.com Apr 8, 2013Copyright infringement case will move forward against Electronic Arts Inc.A federal judge last week threw out a Baltimore security guard's copyright infringement case against National Football League Properties, saying there was no evidence the NFL had …Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Apr 8, 2013The Saints need help to fix a defense that was the league’s all-time worst last year, and they’ve signed another player who was a backup last year to do so. Former Broncos, Jets, Ravens and Bills safety Jim Leonhard just tweeted out a photo of himselfUpvote Share Tweetbaltimoresun.com Apr 8, 2013The Ravens traded away Anquan Boldin last month because the veteran wide receiver’s production didn’t match his salary cap hit, but they might have eyes for a draft prospect who is drawing comparisons to Boldin.Upvote Share TweetBaltimore Ravens Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has agreed to portray the late Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film called "Unitas We Stand," according to Joe Unitas, Johnny Unitas' son. Joe Unitas told the Baltimore Sun that Flacco will play his …Upvote Share Tweet
Flacco To Play Unitas On FilmApr 8The Unitas family is feuding over the casting of Joe Flacco as Johnny Unitas in a portion of an upcoming film.
Buchholz Solid In Boston's Home OpenerApr 8Clay Buchholz struck out eight over seven scoreless innings and Daniel Nava hit a three-run homer to help the Red Sox win their ninth straight home opener.