December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p39
The article presents information related to football. The team Saint Louis Rams' coach Mike Martz continues to recover from endocarditis and vows to return to work January 2, the day after the regular season ends. The team New England Patriots is hoping to offset the loss of injured Dan Koppen by getting back Matt Light sometime in December. The team Baltimore Ravens' Jonathan Ogden long held the unofficial title of the NFL's Best Offensive Lineman.


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