Researchers Encouraged By Increased Number Of Dolphins Sightings In Chesapeake BayIt's a sign that summer is on its way. Dolphins, which were once a rare sighting in the Chesapeake Bay, are returning again.
More Dolphin Sightings In The Chesapeake Could Be A Sign Of Bay's HealthIt turns out hundreds of dolphins are making their way into the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers.
More Dolphins Than Expected Found In Lower Chesapeake BayMaryland Natural Resources Police Sgt. John Buchanan was flying biologists over Tangier Sound this spring to survey ducks when he glimpsed gray bodies arcing in the waters below.
Ravens Claim OL Billy Turner Off Waivers, Cut LB Chris CarterWith an offensive line racked by injuries, the Ravens signed Billy Turner after he was cut this week by the Dolphins.g
Pod Of Dolphins Spotted Swimming In Anne Arundel CountySurprise sighting in Anne Arundel County. A pod of dolphins was spotted swimming in the West River.
Pod Of Dolphins Sighted In West RiverA special treat for those out on the West River Friday morning. A pod of dolphins was sighted!
Listen Live: New York Giants At Miami Dolphins [Live Audio] Monday Night FootballListen to play-by-play of the Monday Night Football matchup between the New York Giants and the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida starting with pre-game at 7:45 PM Monday night on 105.7 The Fan! (no streaming)
Tony Lombardi Talks Ravens' WoesTony Lombardi with the Russell Street Report joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the Ravens quarterback situation and upcoming schedule.
Ravens Rally Past Dolphins 28-13The Ravens rallied with consecutive touchdown drives of 97 and 75 yards, then added the clinching score after a favorable replay reversal to beat Miami 28-13 Sunday.
Ravens-Dolphins CapsuleRavens coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco are 4-0 against Dolphins, including three wins in Miami.
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Scientists: Disease To Blame For Massive Dolphin Die-OffAn unprecedented crisis along the East Coast: dolphins dying by the hundreds. A new report shows the die-off is now the worst in history. It's caused by a virus similar to measles with no cure and no vaccine.