Ravens part ways with Fuller, Morrow

OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contracts of veteran defensive back Corey Fuller and special-teams ace Harold Morrow.
March 9, 2005

Fuller aquitted of gambling charges

OWINGS MILLS -- Corey Fuller's confident prediction about the outcome of his gambling and firearms trial came true.<br><br> The Baltimore Ravens' veteran cornerback was acquitted by a Tallahassee, Fla., jury Saturday of all three gambling and firearms charges. He had been accused of running high-stakes card games at his home called "Georgia Skins."
January 30, 2005

Judge admits videotape in Fuller trial

OWINGS MILLS -- A judge ruled that prosecutors can admit a videotape of Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Fuller in his felony gambling and firearms trial that includes him cursing when police raided his home last spring.
January 28, 2005

Fuller trial begins, Suggs' trial continued

OWINGS MILLS -- During opening arguments in the gambling and firearms trial of Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Fuller, his lawyer told a jury Thursday that Fuller was unfairly targeted because he's a celebrity.<br><br> Fuller, 33, was arrested nine months ago after law enforcement officials raided his Tallahassee, Fla., home and broke up a poker game with pots containing thousands of dollars. Florida state law only allows card players to gamble up to $10 a hand.
January 27, 2005

Fuller gambling trial begins

OWINGS MILLS -- Jury selection began Monday in the gambling trial of Baltimore Ravens veteran cornerback Corey Fuller.<br><br> Fuller, 33, is accused of running a high-stakes poker game out of his home in Tallahassee, Fla., and was arrested nine months ago. The charge is a third-degree felony punishable by a maximum five-year sentence and a $5,000 fine if prosecutors convict Fuller in a case presided over by circuit judge Kathleen Dekker.
January 24, 2005