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WNST King of Baltimore Sports “List of 28” announced

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(Listed in alphabetical order):

Brady Anderson

Raymond Berry

Mike Cuellar

Art Donovan

Mike Flanagan

Jamal Lewis

Ray Lewis

John Mackey

Gino Marchetti

Chris McAlister

Scott McGregor

Dave McNally

Lydell Mitchell

Lenny Moore

Eddie Murray

Mike Mussina

Jonathan Ogden

Jim Palmer

Jim Parker

Boog Powell

Ed Reed

Cal Ripken Jr.

Brooks Robinson

Frank Robinson

Mike Stankovic

Matt Stover

John Unitas
 
Wes Unseld

Beginning on Monday, a list of more than 30 “play-in” candidates will be released. WNST.net users will be able to vote for four “play-in” legends from the list all next week. The top four vote-getters will fill out the remaining slots in the tournament.

WNST.net will also announce the No. 1 seeds on Tuesday morning at 7 a.m.

On Tuesday night, we’ll gather at the Angle Inn in Dundalk at 7 p.m. to announce the brackets/pairings.

The brackets will be complete and ready for selection on the morning of June 9th.

The daily 1-on-1 competitions begin on June 16th.

The contest will end with the crowning of the King of Baltimore Sports on Friday, Aug. 8th with WNST’s 10th Anniversary at Sports Legends Museum.

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Ravens’ start has “super” company, but finishing is what matters

The "soul crusher" wasn't there when Baltimore needed it in the fourth quarter of Sunday's near-collapse in Philadelphia.

The many late mistakes and scare will be the story of a Ravens win in Philly

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the many sins and errors that led to a near Eagles comeback in Philadelphia that would have really soured a bye week. Instead the Ravens are 5-1 and talking about needing to get better.

Bringing federal solutions for local problems during pandemic

Economist Anirban Basu brings sage wisdom and some real ideas and concepts for bringing back revenue and stimulating industry in the aftermath of this COVID-19 crisis.

Extolling the virtues of beating the Philadelphia Eagles every four years

It's like the Olympics. You only get one crack at it every 48 months. So even an ugly win in Philly is perfectly acceptable to Nestor and Luke.

Bye comes at right time as Ingram, two other Ravens exit Sunday’s win with injuries

The Pro Bowl running back sat out the second half after injuring his left ankle.

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