Meet Mike Flynn & Adam Terry

Baltimore Ravens fanatics, meet center Mike Flynn and offensive tackle Adam Terry this Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. at an exclusive autograph show at All-Jerseys at the Centre at Glen Burnie at 6711 Gov. Ritchie Highway. For more information, call 443-889-2303 or e-mail hobbs1469@aim.com. The cost for one signed item is $12, and $20 for two items.

Here's some biographical information about Mike Flynn and Adam Terry:

Transactions:

Mike Flynn re-signed with the Ravens on 3/3/04...Signed to the Ravens' active roster off the Jaguars' practice squad on 12/3/97...Signed to the Jacksonville Jaguars' practice squad on 11/4/97...Waived by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on 9/2/97...Signed by Tampa Bay to its practice squad on 8/27/97...Waived by the Baltimore Ravens on 8/24/97...Originally signed with Baltimore as a rookie free agent on 4/25/97.

Highlights:

The signal-caller and emotional leader of the Ravens' OL...Was 1 of 2 O-Linemen (Tony Pashos) to start all 16 games in 2006, and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing just 17 sacks, the 2nd-fewest (Ind. - 15) in the NFL...Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs...Flynn started all 16 games at C for the Ravens in 2005...

Helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them to complete 59.6% of their passes, a Ravens' franchise record…The 335 completions were just 3 shy of another franchise mark…Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,605 yards, averaging 3.6 yards per carry…Flynn missed the 1st 7 games of the 2004 season due to a fractured collarbone suffered on the last day of training camp...

Returned to the lineup in game 8, playing in 9 games, starting 5 (4 at RG and 1 at C)...Started all 16 games at C in 2003 and helped Jamal Lewis set a franchise-record with 2,066 rushing yards, the 2nd-most rushing yards in NFL history (Eric Dickerson - 2,105 in 1984)...Flynn made the switch to C from RG in 2001, and the Ravens' offense didn't skip a beat...Flynn started all 16 regular-season games and 2 postseason games at C...His 1st full season as a starter (14 at RG and 2 at C) in 2000 resulted in a world championship...

A tenacious, versatile competitor, Flynn started all 16 games in 2000, the 1st 16 starts of his career, plus all 4 playoff games...Has steadily developed since signing as a rookie free agent in 1997...Spent portions of his rookie season with Baltimore, Jacksonville and Tampa Bay.

Pro Career:

2006: Was 1 of 2 O-Linemen (Tony Pashos) to start all 16 games and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing just 17 sacks, the 2nd-fewest (Ind. - 15) in the NFL...Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs...

2006 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at center and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 4.2 yards per carry on the ground (20 att. for 83 yards) and protected QB Steve McNair, allowing him to complete 62.1% of his passes to 7 different players in the Divisional Playoff game vs. Ind. (1/13/07)...Started his 100th-career game at center and was part of a line that did not allow a sack for the 6th game in 2006 in the 19-7 win in the season finale vs. Buf. (12/31)...

Started at center and helped protect McNair, not allowing a sack for the 4th time in the last 5 games, as McNair completed 67.7% of his passes for 256 yards and 3 TDs in the 31-7 win in game 15 at Pit. (12/24)…Started at center and paved the way for the Ravens to average 4.1 yards per carry, rushing for 142 yards, and helped protect Kyle Boller (Steve McNair left the game after the Ravens' 2nd series with a hand injury), allowing him to complete 62% of his passes for 238 yards and 2 TDs, including a career-long 77-yard TD strike to WR Demetrius Williams in the 27-17 win in game 14 vs. Cle.

(12/17)…Started at center and helped pave the way for Jamal Lewis to rush for 91 yards and a career-high-tying 3 TDs and protected McNair, allowing him to post an 89.9 QB rating, completing 70.6% of his passes for 236 yards and no INTs in the 24-10 win in game 10 vs. Atl. (11/19)...Started at center and helped protect McNair on the game's final drive, allowing the Ravens to score a TD with 34 seconds remaining for their 2nd come-from-behind victory in as many weeks, with a 16-13 win in game 4 vs. SD

(10/1)…Started at center and helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 103 yards (and 1 TD), and allowed McNair time to complete 63% of his passes (17 of 27) for 181 yard and 1 TD in the 27-0 victory in the season opener at TB (9/10)…The OL did not allow a sack (McNair fumbled the ball with no pressure, fell on it, and was touched) and helped the Ravens to scoring drives of 80, 7, 13 and 61 yards against the Bucs.

2005: Started all 16 games at center and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them to complete 59.6% of their passes, a Ravens' franchise record…The 335 completions were just 3 shy of another franchise mark…Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,605 yards, averaging 3.6 yards per carry…

2005 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at C and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 4.0 yards per carry, picking up 129 yards on 32 carries in the season finale at Cle. (1/1/06)…Protected Kyle Boller, allowing him to throw for a season-high 289 yards and 3 TDs, helping him to become the 1st QB to post 110+ point QB ratings (113.5 vs. Min. and 136.8 vs. GB) in back-to-back games in franchise history in game 15 vs. Min. (12/25)…

Helped Boller, who was not sacked and posted a 70.4 completion percentage with 253 yards, 3 TDs and no INTs in the 48-3 victory in game 14 vs. GB (12/19)…Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for a season-high 182 yards, including 105 and a TD by Jamal Lewis against the Packers…Played in his 100th-career game as he aided Boller, allowing him to throw for 251 yards and a TD in game 13 at Den. (12/11)…

Started at C and helped pave the way for Lewis to rush for 113 yards (4.9 avg.) and helped Boller to throw for 3 TDs in game 11 at Cin. (11/27)…Started at C and helped protect QB Anthony Wright, allowing him to throw for a season-high 252 yards, 1 TD and 20 1st downs, including 12 through the air, in game 7 at Pit. (10/31).

2004: Significant cog on the OL…Missed 1st 7 games (inactive) with a fractured clavicle that occurred in training camp…Started 5 of the final 6 games at RG and C…Returned to his usual position at C for the final game of the season replacing Casey Rabach, who moved to LG…Had not missed a start at C since 2002, when he missed 1 game (ankle)…

2004 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at C as Casey Rabach started at LG for an injured Edwin Mulitalo (torn left triceps) and helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 190 yards (4.6 ypc) in the season finale vs. Mia. (1/2/05)…The line did not allow a sack for the 2nd straight game in the 30-23 victory against Miami…Started at RG and helped open holes allowing the Ravens to rush for 160 yards, including 130 by Jamal Lewis in game 14 at Ind.

(12/19)…Started at RG and helped open holes, allowing the Ravens to rush for 169 yards in game 13 vs. NYG (12/12)…Also helped protect Kyle Boller, allowing him to throw for 219 yards and a career-high 4 TDs against the Giants…Started at RG and helped open holes, allowing the Ravens to run for 192 yards, averaging 6.2 yards per rush in game 12 vs. Cin. (12/5)…Subbed at RG and helped protect Kyle Boller, allowing him to have an outstanding day, completing 57.5% of his passes (19-of-33) for 213 yards, 2 TDs and no INTs in the 20-17 OT victory in game 9 at NYJ (11/14).

2003: Started all 16 regular-season games and 1 postseason game at C and helped Jamal Lewis set a franchise record with 2,066 rushing yards, the 2nd-most rushing yards in NFL history (Eric Dickerson - 2,105 in 1984)...

2003 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at C and helped to open holes, allowing the Ravens to rush for 276 yards, including 205 by Jamal Lewis, in the 35-0 victory in game 15 at Cle. (12/21)…Started and helped protect Anthony Wright, allowing him to throw for a career-high 319 yards and 4 TDs in a spectacular 44-41 OT come-from-behind victory in game 11 vs. Sea. (11/23)…

Also helped to open holes to allow the Ravens to rush for 150 yards, including 117 by Jamal Lewis…Started and protected Kyle Boller, allowing him to complete 15 of 27 passes for 302 yards, Kyle's 1st-career 300-yard passing game, in game 6 at Cin. (10/19)…Started at C and helped open holes, allowing Jamal Lewis to rush for an NFL record 295 yards and 2 TDs in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/18)…Cleared the way for Lewis to average 9.8 yards per carry, and allowed the Ravens to rush for 343 yards as a team.

2002: Played and started in 15 games, missing 1 due to an ankle injury in 2002…

2002 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started in game 16 at Pit. (12/29)…Helped provide great pass protection, allowing QB Jeff Blake to complete 19 of 26 passes (73%) for 336 yards and 2 TDs for a season-high 108.7 passer rating…Started in game 13 vs. NO (12/8)…

Helped protect, allowing Blake to complete 19 of 38 attempts for 316 yards and 2 TDs…Blake's 300-yard outing marked his 1st as a Raven, and the 1st by a Baltimore QB since Elvis Grbac threw for 326 yards at Cin. (9/23/01)…Started in week 7 vs. Pit. (10/27) and helped provide stellar pass protection for Blake, who started his 1st game as a Raven for injured Chris Redman (back)…The OL allowed only 1 sack in 50 pass attempts and helped Blake to complete 29 passes for 298 yards and 1 TD, and to rush for 1 more.

2001: Started all 16 regular season games and 2 postseason games at C...

2001 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at C in 20-3 Wild Card win at Mia. (1/13/02), as the OL paved the way for 226 rushing yards, the most in team-postseason history...Started in 19-3 win in game 16 vs. Min. (1/7/02), as the OL paved the way for a 2001 regular season-high 212 rushing yards…Started in game 1 vs. Chi. (9/9), as the OL did not allow a sack in the 17-6 victory over the Bears.

2000: Started all 16 games, 2 at C and 14 at RG, then all 4 playoff games at RG...

2000 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at RG in the Ravens' Super Bowl XXXV win over the NYG (1/28/01) when Jamal Lewis gained 102 yards rushing...Started at RG in Baltimore's 44-7 win in game 13 vs. Cle. (11/26), as the Ravens rushed for 247 yards and did not allow a sack…Made his 1st NFL start at C in game 7 at Was. (10/15) for injured Jeff Mitchell (ankle)…Started at RG then switched to C in the 1st quarter of the Ravens' 15-10 win in game 6 at Jax. (10/8)…

Made the switch after Mitchell suffered an ankle injury…Helped pave the way for 188 yards rushing in the 12-0 Ravens' shutout win in game 5 at Cle. (10/1)…Made 1st pro start at RG in the Ravens' 16-0 opening-day win at Pit. (9/3), then switched to C in the 2nd quarter after a knee injury to Mitchell.

1999: Played on special teams in 12 games, and entered 2 games at LG in a reserve role following a neck injury to Jonathan Ogden...

1999 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Entered game 5 at Ten. (10/10) when Ogden left with a neck injury...Went in at LG and Everett Lindsay moved to Ogden's tackle spot...Won a game ball for his effort in game 4 vs. Atl. (10/3).

1998: Played in the final 3 games, the 1st game action of his NFL career...

1998 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Saw action at RG in the 2nd half in game 14 vs. Min. (12/13), his 1st NFL action.

1997: Inactive for final 3 games after being signed to the Ravens' 53-man roster on 12/3...Was signed by Baltimore from Jax's practice squad...Was signed to Jacksonville's practice squad after being released by the Ravens...Spent training camp with the Ravens after signing as a free agent on 4/25.

College Career:

Earned 1st-team All-Yankee Conference honors at T, Maine's 1st, 1st-team choice since T Dan Jones in 1992...Four-year starter and team captain...Third-team All-Yankee Conference selection as a junior RT...Made switch from G, where he started in 1992 before suffering season-ending knee injury in 5th game of sophomore season...Holds a B.S. in sports management from the University of Maine.

Personal:

Super Prep All-America and All-Western Massachusetts choice as an OT and DT at Cathedral (Springfield, Mass.) HS... Recorded 9 sacks as a senior and helped lead squad to Western Massachusetts state title...Also lettered in basketball and baseball... Signed autographs in exchange for toys at the 1999 Toys for Tots Mall Finale when more than 50,000 toys were collected...Flynn served dinners at the Johns Hopkins Children's House in Baltimore and donates his time to the Grant-A-Wish Foundation...Visited the children at the Ravens' Courage House, St. Vincent's Center, during the holidays...

Enjoys visiting the St. Vincent's Center and participating in Ed Block-related events ...Spoke to middle-school children in Boca Raton, FL about education, and based his speeches on the book "Ark for Learning" by Mark Hanson...Delivered food along with his OL teammates to inner-city groups during Thanksgiving 2001...

Traveled to Iceland with some of his Ravens teammates in May 2002 as part of an Iceland Air promotion...In Sept. 2004, Flynn joined teammates at the Football 101 program at M&T Bank Stadium...

Flynn spoke to over 300 women, teaching skills on the offensive side of the ball...Helped distribute perishable and non-perishable items to over 2,000 families in Park Heights for Autumn Harvest 2004 in Nov....Joined Matt Stover and Adalius Thomas at a movie screening of Fat Albert in Dec. 2004; Flynn and teammates invited Baltimore city youth to see the movie for the holidays...

Posed with his dog "Dolly" for Friends of Baltimore Animal Shelter (FOBAS) 2006 calendar...Was on hand for the Calendar Launch Party and Puppy Pet Rally at Ray Lewis' Full Moon Bar-B-Que...Over $70,000 was raised through the sale of the 2005 FOBAS calendar...

Mike participated in the 4th annual Big Ed's Band Luau (Oct. 2006), which benefited former Raven Mulitalo's charitable arm, Big Ed's Band Foundation, helping to provide musical instruments to underprivileged schools and students…Married the former Mary Wells in the spring of 2003...Mike and his wife, Mary, have 1 child, Jake...Full name: Michael Patrick Flynn.

ADAM TERRY

Transactions:

Adam Terry was selected with the 64th-overall pick (2nd round) of the 2005 NFL Draft...The pick was acquired on draft day from the New England Patriots for the Ravens' 3rd- (84th overall) and 6th-round (195th) picks in 2005, and Baltimore's 3rd in 2006...Terry was the 1st Syracuse player to be selected by the Ravens in the team's 10-year history.

Highlights:

Strong, athletic lineman with good hands and balance who is looking to step into a starting role in 2007...Saw action in 16 regular season games in 2006, starting 2 (and the Ravens postseason contest) at LT for an injured Jonathan Ogden (toe) and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing a franchise-record 17 sacks, the 2nd-fewest (Ind. - 15) in the NFL in 2006..

.Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs...Terry saw action in 7 games on special teams and from scrimmage in his 1st season with the Ravens in 2005.

Pro Career:

2006: Saw action in 16 games, starting 2 at LT for an injured Jonathan Ogden (toe) and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing a franchise-record 17 sacks, the 2nd-fewest (Ind. - 15) in the NFL in 2006...Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs..

.2006 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Saw action in his 1st-career playoff game on special teams in the Divisional Playoff game vs. Ind. (1/13/07)...Started at LT and was part of a line that did not allow a sack for the 6th game in 2006 in the 19-7 win in the season finale vs. Buf. (12/31)...Started his 1st-career game at LT for the injured Ogden in the 31-7 win in game 15 at Pit. (12/24)…

Helped protect QB Steve McNair, not allowing a sack for the 4th time in the last 5 games, as McNair completed 67.7% of his passes for 256 yards and 3 TDs against the Steelers…Saw action on special teams and at LT on the Ravens' last series after Ogden left the game (toe) in the 27-17 win in game 14 vs. Cle. (12/17)…Saw action on special teams and from scrimmage when he replaced Ogden (knee) and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 4.5 yards per rush (31 for 138 yards) and a TD in the 28-6 win in game 2 vs. Oak. (9/17)…Saw action at T in the 4th quarter of the 27-0 victory in the season opener at TB (9/10).

2005: Saw action in 7 games as a rookie, playing mostly on special teams, but also played from scrimmage…Played on special teams in the season finale at Cle. (1/1/06)…Saw action on special teams in the 48-3 victory in game 14 vs. GB (12/19)…Saw action from scrimmage at LT and helped protect QB Kyle Boller, allowing him to throw for 251 yards and a TD in game 13 at Den. (12/11)…

Saw his 1st-career action from scrimmage (replaced Jonathan Ogden after the 1st series) at LT and allowed Boller time to complete 17 passes with no INTs in the 16-15 win in game 12 vs. Hou. (12/4)…Played in his 1st-career game on special teams in the 16-13 OT win in game 10 vs. Pit. (11/20)…Was a game-day inactive in games 1-9.

College Career:

Started the final 35 games in his collegiate career at Syracuse…His punishing blocks and ability to create huge rush lanes allowed both of Syracuse's tailbacks, Damien Rhodes and Walter Reyes, to gain over 800 yards each in 2004, the 1st time since 1979 (Joe Morris - 1,372 yards and Bill Hurley - 813) that 2 runners accomplished that feat in the same season…Won the team's Ben Schwartzwalder Exemplary Football Player Award in 2004...

First-team All-Big East Conference and Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I All-Star as a senior…Started all 12 games at LT…Won the team's Ben Schwartzwalder Exemplary Football Player Award…Had 45 knockdown blocks and allowed only 2 sacks while helping the offense average 349.0 yards per game…The Orange offense ran for at least 200 yards in 5 games, including 2 300-yard rushing efforts…Also played on the PAT/FG unit...

Started all 12 games at LT, becoming 1 of 13 Orange players to start every game as a junior…All-Big East Conference 2nd-team selection…Received All-ECAC honors…Member of Dopke.com's junior All-American team…Blocked for RB Walter Reyes, who rushed for 1,347 yards and a Syracuse single-season record 20 rushing TDs; and QB R.J. Anderson, who set school single-season records for completions and pass attempts…Also contributed on the PAT/FG unit...

Started all 11 games at LT as a sophomore…Also played on Syracuse's PAT/FG special teams unit...Part of an O-line that blocked for Walter Reyes, who gained 1,135 yards and scored a then school-record, 17 rushing TDs…Played in 4 games as a true freshman, seeing action vs. Pittsburgh, Temple, Miami and Kansas State in the Insight.com Bowl as a reserve tackle.

Personal:

Attended Queensbury (NY) HS…Rated one of the top linemen in the East by PrepStar and Super-Prep…Excelled at both the offensive and DT positions…Earned All-East honors from Prep Football Report and was a 1st-team All-Conference and All-State selection as a junior…

Selected for the Governor's Bowl All-State Classic New York squad...Earned a degree in history from Syracuse...In October of 2005, Terry visited the Living Classrooms campus and spoke to students the facility and worked with participants in the Fresh Start program...In November of 2005, Terry visited the Hammond HS football team with former teammate Tony Pashos, and spoke about life in the NFL, the importance of education and goal-setting...

Spoke to middle students at a D.A.R.E. graduation in January of 2006 about the importance of staying drug and alcohol free...Terry visited Mt. Hebron High School in June of 2006, speaking to students about the importance of education and teamwork..

.He also spoke to students at a Padonia Elementary school assembly in March of 2007...He spoke to the youth about his experiences and the importance of education and overcoming obstacles...Spoke to youth at a Ravens Rookies clinic in March of 2007...Full Name: Adam Steven Terry.

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