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John Urschel retires from NFL

John Urschel was viewed as the front-runner to be the Ravens starting center this year, but has instead announced his retirement at 26-years-old.

Dixon’s injury won’t cripple the Ravens offense

Kenneth Dixon’s season ending injury will cost the Ravens a talented player, but the Ravens have more than enough at running back to overcome it.

Griff Whalen could become a pleasant surprise

While mid-summer free agent signings can often be overlooked, Griff Whalen has skill sets to fill positions the Ravens need and could carve out a nice role for himself.

Zach Orr’s comeback brings so many questions

Five months ago Zach Orr made an emotional announcement that he had to medically retire. Now, his agent says he was ready to come back two months ago.

College Lacrosse

Bernhardt returns to UMD as MLAX assistant

2013 UMD graduate Jesse Bernhardt has been hired to the Terps men’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach to primarily work with the defense.

Rambo, Stukenberg win Tewaaraton Awards

Maryland seniors Zoe Stukenberg and Matt Rambo became the first players from the same school to win the Tewaaraton Award since it’s inception in 2001.

Maryland is still the hotbed for college lacrosse

While the Terps became just the third program to win both the men’s and women’s titles in the same year, the rest of the state’s schools also showed their power.

Terps slow OSU to win National Championship

Maryland men’s lacrosse ended their long 42-year championship drought with a 9-6 victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes at Gillette Stadium.