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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Lee Evans
A New Jersey man who was acquitted of murder charges in one of the state's longest-running cold cases is suing those he says put him on trial.
Lee Evans, the double Olympic champion whose world track records at the 1968 Games stood for 20 years, has been banned from coaching for four years for providing a minor in Nigeria with performance-enhancing substances, the country's athletics federation said.
While Lee Evans awaits another chance in the NFL, he'll be rooting for the Baltimore Ravens in Sunday's AFC championship rematch with New England.
Free agent receiver Lee Evans signed a one-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, upgrading the team's weakest position and giving it a potential deep threat.
The Baltimore Ravens were just 14 yards away from the Super Bowl. They came no closer.
Three straight playoff appearances wasn't good enough for the Baltimore Ravens, who overhauled their roster during the offseason in an effort to become one of the elite teams in the AFC.
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Washington Redskins' defense after re-watching their 34-31 preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens using the TV broadcast:
Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Osi Umenyiora told the Associated Press that he will practice with the New York Giants on Monday.
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.
In receiver Lee Evans, the Baltimore Ravens acquired a proven veteran to play alongside Anquan Boldin.
A person familiar with trade talks has told The Associated Press that the Buffalo Bills have dealt receiver Lee Evans to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a fourth-round draft pick.
The Buffalo Bills' no-name group of receivers will look even more unrecognizable with starter Lee Evans out indefinitely with a sprained ankle.
Bills receiver Lee Evans is out indefinitely _ and could miss the final three games of the season _ after hurting his ankle in a 13-6 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
No fan of in-season quarterback shuffles, Bills receiver Lee Evans wasn't in a position to dispute the latest decision to go with Ryan Fitzpatrick as the starter.
Now that Terrell Owens has come and gone, Lee Evans finds himself facing an all-too familiar question with the Buffalo Bills receiving group going through yet another transformation.
Evans, who is seeking unspecified damages, claims police had no evidence tying him to the arson murder of five teenage boys from Newark who disappeared in 1978.
"Not that the other guys didn't want to win, but they just bring a different mentality," Evans said. "Hopefully, I think we've found that, we've at least found a start, a foundation. And now we've got to build from there. That's what makes everybody optimistic."