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Topic - Derrick Mason
Derrick Mason wasn't the flashiest receiver. But his grit and will to win won Baltimore Ravens fans over during his six years with the organization.
The Oakland Raiders fired coach Hue Jackson on Tuesday after just one season at the helm in the first major move since Reggie McKenzie was hired as general manager.
The New York Jets traded wide receiver Derrick Mason to the Houston Texans for an undisclosed draft pick.
Mark Sanchez has heard the critics through his first two NFL seasons, the people who have said the New York Jets could have won the last two AFC championship games despite their young quarterback.
The Baltimore Ravens were running a two-minute drill in practice Saturday when a sure-handed receiver wearing No. 85 cut to his left, caught a pass, tapped both feet within the sideline and slipped out of bounds to stop the clock.
Derrick Mason is reuniting with Rex Ryan, this time with the New York Jets.
As the Baltimore Ravens welcomed back several players to their training complex, the main topic of conversation centered around the pending departure of four prominent players.Running back Willis McGahee, former Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap, wide receiver Derrick Mason and nose guard Kelly Gregg have been told they will but cut, coach John Harbaugh confirmed Tuesday.
The Baltimore Ravens took care of business in workmanlike fashion against a team they hadn't played in years.
The Baltimore Ravens will rely on a couple of old hands to play key roles in an aerial attack that almost certainly will be much more than a passing fancy.
He told the story of playing in a pick-up football game in a parking lot as a child, when he fell and hit his head on the concrete.
"My brother grabs me by my neck and says, 'You're not quitting,' " Mason said. "I had to play. That's where it comes from. I was born and raised that way."