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Sun, 23 Dec 2012 01:06:40 -0800
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is 121 yards short of becoming the third player in franchise history to reach 1,500 for a season, joining Chris Warren (1,545 in 1994) and Shaun Alexander (1,696 in 2004 and 1,880 in 2005).
Fri, 21 Oct 2005 19:20:28 -0700
The Associated Press reports Seattle Seahawks RB Shaun Alexander is 55 yards away from breaking former Seahawks RB Chris Warren's franchise rushing record set from 1990-1997. Warren ran for 6,706 yards, one yard more than former Seahawk RB Curt Warner who played for the team from 1983-1989. Alexander has piled up 6,652 yards so far in his career.
Thu, 04 Aug 2005 14:14:49 -0700
ESPN.com reports former Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Warren has been sentenced to five years' probation and 500 hours of community service due to failing to pay child support. He was also ordered to immediately pay $43,500 and to continue making payments of $5,000 per month. He pleaded guilty in January for failing to support two daughters who live in Washington.
Thu, 06 May 2004 20:30:04 -0700
ESPN.com reports former Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Warren has been placed on Washington state's "most wanted" list of deadbeat parents after failing to pay child support for his two daughters for over a year. He reportedly owes $103,147 in back child support to the mother of his two children, according to the state Division of Child Support. Warren was a three-time Pro Bowl selection while playing for the Seahawks from 1990 to 1997.
Tue, 14 Aug 2001 22:50:44 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports the Baltimore Ravens have also decided not to pursue free agent RB Errict Rhett, in addition to the previously reported Chris Warren. The team will sit pat for two weeks and then possibly pursue a RB already in training camp with a team. Also, coach Brian Billick denied an earlier report he contacted retired RB Robert Smith. "I have not talked to Robert Smith," Billick said. "I would love to have Robert Smith. But I have not talked to Robert Smith." RB Terry Allen, who recently signed, practiced for the first time but only in non-contact drills. He fumbled his first carry.
Tue, 14 Aug 2001 17:10:35 -0700
ESPN's John Clayton reports the Baltimore Ravens have elected not to sign RB Chris Warren for the time being. The team plans to go with their existing backfield of Terry Allen, Jason Brookins and Chris Barnes for the time being.
Sat, 11 Aug 2001 14:09:55 -0700
Don Banks reports for CNN/SI the Baltimore Ravens, despite signing RB Terry Allen, remain interested in free agent RB Chris Warren as well. They may look to sign Warren either Tuesday or Wednesday, following Monday's pre-season game at Philadelphia. The team wants to see Jason Brookins and rookie Chris Barnes in game action before deciding. If either shows enough to give the Ravens coaching staff a comfort zone behind Allen, Warren may not be added. Chances are Warren and Allen will wind up sharing the backfield during pre-season. Coach Brian Billick confirmed Saturday that signing Warren is still an option. The Ravens don't need to create immediate salary cap space to handle the addition of Warren.
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 20:08:45 -0700
Don Banks reports for CNN/SI agent Gary Uberstine and the Baltimore Ravens are saying RB Terry Allen has not yet agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens. The agent said a deal could come as early as tomorrrow morning. Allen stayed in the Ravens team hotel at camp Friday night. According to a league source, Allen has edged out former Philadelphia Eagles RB Chris Warren for the job. There was some talk the Ravens may sign both veteran RBs, but they reportedly don't have the cap space to do so. It's possible that the Ravens still need to make a cap move Saturday in order to sign Allen.
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 12:36:27 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports the Baltimore Ravens are moving forward at this poing with James Brookins as their No.1 RB. He practiced with the first team during team drills on Friday. He was backed up by fifth-round draft pick Chris Barnes as the team began preparations for Monday’s game against Philadelphia. The team is expected to sign a free agent running back. Among the veterans expected for private workouts this afternoon are Terry Allen, Chris Warren, Greg Hill and Robert Chancey.
Thu, 09 Aug 2001 20:45:14 -0700
Updating previous reports, Don Banks reports for CNN/SI the Baltimore Ravens will bring in free agent RBs Chris Warren and Greg Hill for workouts on Friday as the team attempts to replace Jamal Lewis. Earlier reports had Terry Allen and Robert Chancey visiting as well. The also team talked with the agent for RB Errict Rhett on Thursday, and while he isn't expected to work out with Baltimore, he may in the next day or so take a physical and possibly sign. Adrian Murrell is another name lurking in the background.
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