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Topic - Chris Carr
Lisa Cervantes will treasure the moment forever.
Cary Williams was a little-known cornerback fighting for a roster spot when training camp started.
The Baltimore Ravens were good enough to reach the second round of the NFL playoffs, yet too flawed to get any farther.
The store in Newton, Conn., closed early on the appreciation day in August out of respect for the 20 children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December, Executive Vice President Chris Carr said in a statement.
"If you get blown out, you just say you lost," cornerback Chris Carr said. "But when you feel like you lost to a team that's inferior to you, you're always going to be second-guessing, wishing you could have done this, looking at this play, looking at that play. It's extremely unsettling."