Injured Ravens Seek Aid from WR Turner
Wright, Ken, The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Wide receiver Floyd Turner hasn't been a factor in the Baltimore Ravens' offense this season. Now the nine-year veteran will be asked to salvage one of the league's worst passing offenses.
Injuries to starters Jermaine Lewis and Michael Jackson have put the onus on Turner and third-year pro James Roe to carry the NFL's 25th-rated passing attack into today's AFC Central game at Tennessee.
"Having played with Jim [Harbaugh, Ravens quarterback] makes things a little bit more comfortable," Turner said of his time [1994-95] with Harbaugh in Indianapolis. "He knows once the route is called that I'm going to run the route. He has no problems getting the ball to me."…
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Publication information: Article title: Injured Ravens Seek Aid from WR Turner. Contributors: Wright, Ken - Author. Newspaper title: The Washington Times (Washington, DC). Publication date: December 6, 1998. Page number: 5. © 2009 The Washington Times LLC. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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