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Wed, 16 Oct 2002 21:27:08 -0700
Chris Perkins reports for the Sun Sentinel OL Leon Searcy will undergo surgery Thursday on his right triceps. The procedure is expected to end his 11-year NFL career. He was released with an injury settlement earlier this year by the Miami Dolphins.
Sun, 01 Sep 2002 16:32:42 -0700
MiamiDolphins.com reports the Miami Dolphins have reached an injury settlement with G Leon Searcy (triceps).
Sun, 01 Sep 2002 07:53:27 -0700
The Miami Herald reports the Miami Dolphins are more likely to reach an injury settlement with OL Leon Searcy (triceps) then to keep him on the final roster.
Sat, 31 Aug 2002 15:42:56 -0700
ESPN.comís Len Pasquarelli reports Miami Dolphins OL Leon Searcy (triceps) may not be gone for the year after all. A second MRI showed his right triceps is not a torn tendon. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said thereís a good chance he could play in about six weeks.
Fri, 30 Aug 2002 23:29:54 -0700
Chris Perkins reports for the Sun Sentinel Miami Dolphins backup G Leon Searcy may not be as badly injured as first thought. Early in the afternoon, a MRI showed Searcy had a torn triceps tendon in his right arm, an injury that threatened to end his season. Later in the afternoon a second MRI, one taken after blood had cleared from the affected area, showed Searcy only has a muscle injury. Agent Drew Rosenhaus said Searcy may not need surgery now and that he may only miss a couple of weeks.
Fri, 30 Aug 2002 12:15:06 -0700
John Clayton reports for ESPN.com agent Drew Rosenhaus said Miami Dolphins backup G Leon Searcy will require surgery in the next couple days to repair his torn triceps. He'll miss all of the 2002 season.
Fri, 30 Aug 2002 11:42:57 -0700
Miami Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt said G Leon Searcy (triceps) will have an MRI done to determine the full extent of his injury. He could be lost for an extended period of time, possibly the whole season.
Thu, 29 Aug 2002 22:20:16 -0700
Updating an earlier story, MiamiDolphins.com reports Miami Dolphins G Leon Searcy (Right triceps strain) was actually injured in pre-game warmups. As noted, his status will be determined Friday.
Thu, 29 Aug 2002 21:42:37 -0700
The Associated Press reports Miami Dolphins G Leon Searcy (elbow) was injured during Thursday's pre-season game. " don't know if it's a pull, a strain or a tear," coach Dave Wannstedt said. Searcy will be re-evaluated Friday.
Fri, 26 Apr 2002 09:11:13 -0700
The Palm Beach Post reports the Miami Dolphins starting right guard position will be up for grabs in training camp this summer. OGs Todd Perry and Leon Searcy will be the two battling for the starting position.
Mon, 11 Mar 2002 20:27:23 -0800
Miami Dolphins.com reports the team announced the official signing of free agent OL Leon Searcy (Ravens) to a one-year contract.
Fri, 08 Mar 2002 17:50:52 -0800
Associated Press reports the Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with G Leon Searcy. The deal is worth $750,000.
Thu, 07 Mar 2002 20:37:26 -0800
Jay Glazer reports for SportsLine.com the Atlanta Falcons are expected to visit with free agent OT Leon Searcy (Ravens) next week.
Thu, 07 Mar 2002 20:37:06 -0800
Jay Glazer reports for SportsLine.com the Buffalo Bills are expected to visit with free agent OT Leon Searcy (Ravens) next week.
Thu, 07 Mar 2002 14:37:13 -0800
Updating previous reports, MiamiDolphins.com reports the Miami Dolphins had free agent OG/OT Leon Searcy (Ravens) in town on Thursday to meet with the team.
Wed, 06 Mar 2002 20:40:36 -0800
The Washington Post reports the Washington Redskins visited with free agent OL Leon Searcy (Ravens) on Wednesday. He also underwent a physical. The Redskins might consider signing the veteran tackle to play guard.
Tue, 05 Mar 2002 22:59:46 -0800
The Washington Times reports the Atlanta Falcons will have a visit with free agent OL Leon Searcy (Ravens).
Tue, 05 Mar 2002 15:24:44 -0800
Updating an earlier story, the Sun Sentinel reports the Miami Dolphins will visit with free agent OT Leon Searcy (Ravens) this Thursday.
Tue, 05 Mar 2002 14:51:06 -0800
MiamiDolphins.com reports the Miami Dolphins will have free agent OL Leon Searcy, who was recently released by the Ravens, in town for a visit in the near future.
Mon, 04 Mar 2002 20:42:41 -0800
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens free agent DT Lional Dalton is expected to visit the Cleveland Browns Tuesday. Free agent RT Leon Searcy will visit the Washington Redskins Wednesday.
Sat, 02 Mar 2002 22:21:12 -0800
According to Clark Judge of Fox Sports, the Baltimore Ravens have not ruled out re-signing OT Leon Searcy. He will talk with Washington, Miami and Atlanta as well.
Thu, 28 Feb 2002 13:03:08 -0800
Associated Press reports the Baltimore Ravens have officially terminated the contract of OT Leon Searcy, making him an unrestricted free agent.
Tue, 26 Feb 2002 13:44:39 -0800
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens vice president of player personnel Ozzie Newsome said Tuesday the team will not pick up the option on OT Leon Searcy's contract, making him an unrestricted free agent. Searcy never touched the field in 2001, missing the whole year with a torn triceps.
Fri, 26 Oct 2001 10:37:30 -0700
ESPNews reports Baltimore Ravens OL Leon Searcy (triceps) has been put on injured reserve after undergoing surgery. He'll miss the remainder of the season.
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 17:46:47 -0700
ESPN's John Clayton reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy (triceps) underwent triceps surgery today, making the remainder of the season in doubt for him. Searcy has not played this year.
Tue, 23 Oct 2001 14:23:30 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy (triceps) may not be able to return this weekend after all. Head coach Brian Billick said his return for this week's game is questionable at best. LG Edwin Mulitalo (knee) may be able to practice this week and play on Sunday. The Ravens are hopeful both players will be able to return soon to shore up an offensive line that gave up 7 sacks last weekend.
Wed, 17 Oct 2001 20:53:33 -0700
Brent Jones reports for the Baltimore Sun Baltimore Ravens DE Rob Burnett (hand) and G Edwin Mulitalo (knee) did not practice Wednesday. Both players along with TE Todd Heap (ankle), who did practice, are questionable for Sunday's game. FB Sam Gash (leg), DE Michael McCrary (knee) and QB Elvis Grbac are probable, while WR Patrick Johnson (clavicle) and OT Leon Searcy (arm) are out. Searcy did practice for the first time yesterday.
Mon, 15 Oct 2001 12:30:00 -0700
Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick stated OT Leon Searcy (triceps) should be on the field and practice this week. He wants to play this weekend, but Billick said he doubts Searcy will be ready to take the field this week but should be ready for the following game.
Tue, 09 Oct 2001 13:54:46 -0700
SportsLine.com's Jay Glazer reports Baltimore Ravens RT Leon Searcy has been suspended by the NFL for violation of the league's personal conduct policy. He'll be docked one week's worth of pay, which is $29,411. Searcy hasn't been able to play this year due to a triceps injury, so he would have missed the game anyway. He was arrested on domestic battery charges earlier this year. He's not allowed to participate in any team activities this week.
Sat, 06 Oct 2001 06:45:18 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens OL Leon Searcy is regaining strength in his right arm after tearing a tendon in training camp. Searcy is aiming to return October 28 for the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but hasnít ruled out returning the week before for the game against the Cleveland Browns.
Thu, 20 Sep 2001 16:19:53 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy (triceps) is lifting weights and still on schedule to return to the field in a month. Searcy said he's regained some flexibility in his arm but he's still "some weeks away" from being back to full-speed.
Tue, 18 Sep 2001 10:03:44 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens CB Duane Starks (knee) practiced Monday and pronounced himself "100 percent healthy and ready to go." DB Gary Baxter (knee) also returned to practice yesterday. Baxter said his leg is still sore but the main thing is to get blood flowing through his leg and get the leg moving laterally. OT Leon Searcy (arm) was the only player ruled out of Sunday's game.
Mon, 10 Sep 2001 09:00:35 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports the Baltimore Ravens named CBs Duane Starks (knee) and Delvin Hughley, DB Gary Baxter (knee), OT Leon Searcy (triceps), DT Kelly Gregg and DE Dwayne Missouri inactive for yesterday's game.
Mon, 06 Aug 2001 14:41:24 -0700
The team's official site reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy underwent surgery today to repair a torn triceps in his left arm. Searcy will be limited for seven to 10 days before starting cardiovascular workouts. Trainer Bill Tessendorf said Searcy will miss the pre-season and "at least the games in September."
Sat, 04 Aug 2001 20:21:36 -0700
As an update to this morning's story, the Associated Press reports Baltimore Ravens RT Leon Searcy will need surgery to repair a torn triceps tendon in his left arm. He is is expected to be sidelined 10 to 12 weeks and could return to the team as early as the seventh game of the regular season. Searcy injured the tendon on the first play of Friday's intrasquad scrimmage. Harry Swayne, whose starting job was handed over to Searcy this off-season, is expected to take over for Searcy.
Sat, 04 Aug 2001 07:02:07 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy was injured last night when he forcefully extended his left arm to make a block and sustained what trainers called a strained triceps. Searcy was taken for X-rays last night and could undergo an MRI. His status will be determined today, and he could miss at least one week. Harry Swayne took over for Searcy, but the Ravens stressed they were only taking a cautious approach with Searcy.
Thu, 02 Aug 2001 17:38:20 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens CB James Trapp (dislocated shoulder), DB Gary Baxter (hamstring) and T Leon Searcy (quadricep) sat out today's morning practice.
Wed, 20 Jun 2001 03:02:41 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens ORT Leon Searcy's domestic-violence case will be diverted to a interention program rather than going to trial. He'll be placed on probation for six months, which requires him to avoid any violent contact with his wife, Sonya, and to undergo anger management training. If Searcy successfully complets the program, the battery charges will be dropped. The probation can be reduced to three months after a review from the state probation board. The league doesn't plan to take any action against him unless there's a recorded violation of the law.
Tue, 12 Jun 2001 11:29:57 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens RT Leon Searcy is trying to speed up the timetable from his rehabilitated right knee. Searcy wants to be ready for next month's training camp.
Mon, 11 Jun 2001 10:29:04 -0700
Baltimore correspondent Eric Crabtree, citing the Baltimore Sun, reports the mandatory veterans camp begins today for the Baltimore Ravens. Emphasis will given to the revamped offensive line. Left tackle Johnathan Ogden and left guard Edwin Muilitalo are the only players at their original positions from last season. Former right guard Mike Flynn moves to center. Long time backup Kip Vickers gets his shot at starting in the right guard position. Free-agent acquisition Leon Searcy rounds out the line at right tackle. Since the 4 day camp is non-contact, the new line will focus on assignments and communication.
Sat, 02 Jun 2001 05:35:22 -0700
SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli reports the Baltimore Ravens are hoping to see better progress out of OL Leon Searcy's recovering quadriceps. The Ravens aren't overly worried right now, but they would like to see his progress accelerate after investing a $3 million signing bonus in him this year.
Thu, 24 May 2001 01:19:21 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy had his court date pushed back to June 19th. Searcy, who has hired Fort Lauderdale, Fla., attorney Adam Swickle is being charged with battery in connection with a May 4th situation at his home with his wife. He allegedly kicked his wife, Sonya, in the leg after an argument.
Tue, 08 May 2001 04:38:07 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy is going to be required by the league to undergo a clinical evaluation that could result in counseling under the league's personal-conduct policy. Searcy, as reported, was arrested on domestic violence charges late last week.
Fri, 04 May 2001 22:21:18 -0700
Associated Press reports Baltimore Ravens OT Leon Searcy was arrested today in Florida and charged with battery. Searcy allegedly kicked his wife after the two were arguing. Searcy is being held at Lake County jail without bail on the charge of simple domestic battery.
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 02:32:00 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports when the Baltimore Ravens re-sign S Rod Woodson as expected, the team will have 18 of last year's 22 starters back in the starting lineup. Two of the new starters, S Corey Harris and G Kipp Vickers, were on the team last year and played significant roles. The only two "outsiders" to join the starting lineup are OT Leon Searcy and QB Elvis Grbac. "Anytime you come back you increase the learning curve when it's with guys familiar with what you're doing," coach Brian Billick said. Keeping teams together in the NFL is tough, but the Ravens have been able to do it.
Sun, 29 Apr 2001 17:33:05 -0700
The Associated Press reports the Baltimore Ravens ended their mini-camp earlier today without a lot of major accomplishments. The draft picks and undrafted free agents now have a playbook to study and a better understanding of just how fast the pro game is. New players like QB Elvis Grbac and OT Leon Searcy began to establish relationships with their new teammates. The players were measured for their Super Bowl rings. Next up, a June mini-camp.
Fri, 27 Apr 2001 00:47:50 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports an upbeat Baltimore Ravens team will start a three-day mini-camp later today. The Ravens will gett their first glimpse of their new starting QB Elvis Grbac. "I think anytime you come to a new team, the first impression is always the one that lasts with a lot of the guys," Grbac said. Besides Grbac, the Ravens offense will welcome RT Leon Searcy and the team's top draft choice, TE Todd Heap. The team also welcomes back WR Travis Taylor who was limited to nine games last season after breaking his collarbone. In the secondary, Corey Harris will take Kim Herring's place at strong safety and Anthony Mitchell will hold down the fort at free safety until Rod Woodson signs, probably in June.
Mon, 16 Apr 2001 10:09:28 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports although the Baltimore Ravens would like to add some offensive line depth in the NFL Draft, it may not happen in the early rounds. Last year the Ravens started some late round and non-drafted players on the line, left guard Edwin Mulitalo (fourth round), center Jeff Mitchell (fifth round) and right guard Mike Flynn (undrafted). Mitchell has moved on to Carolina so the Ravens are set to move Flynn from guard to center and insert backup Kipp Vickers at right guard. The tackles of course are Jonathan Ogden and Leon Searcy. The Ravens should get a shot at Nebraska C Dominic Raiola with the first round's 31st and last pick, but they may not take him. "The problem with any Nebraska lineman is what they do at Nebraska doesn't really translate well in the NFL," director of college scouting Phil Savage said. Raiola would have to learn to pass block better.
Mon, 09 Apr 2001 23:32:22 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports as is their usual practice, the Baltimore Ravens will trust their draft board when their turn comes to pick in the NFL Draft. The Ravens have no glaring needs in the starting lineup, but could use depth across the board. Coach Brian Billick indicated the signing of OT Leon Searcy and the re-signing of LB Jamie Sharper does not rule out the team taking an offensive tackle or linebacker with their first pick (No. 31 overall). The 31st pick could be a wide receiver or a tight end or a safety or a defensive lineman. Director of college scouting, Phil Savage, surveyed a range of picks from 26 through 36 -- five on either side of the Ravens choice from 1996 through 1999. 24 selections were labeled "hits," but 20 were labeled "misses."
Thu, 29 Mar 2001 02:46:04 -0800
As an update to stories from earlier this month, the Baltimore Ravens have now officially signed OL Leon Searcy to a five-year, $31 million deal. He'll have base salaries of $500,000 (2001), $1.8 million (2002), $4.3 million (2003), $5.3 million (2004), $6.3 million (2005) and $7.3 million (2006).