Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun

Childs Walker

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore, MD, United States

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  • The Baltimore Sun
Past:
  • CapitalGazette.com
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Carroll County Times
  • Sun Sentinel
  • chicagotribune.com
  • The Morning Call
  • Los Angeles Times

Recent articles by Childs:

Olympians with Maryland ties agree with postponement of 2020 Tokyo Games. To some, it’s even a relief.

As Olympians and Paralympians with Maryland ties processed a postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Games, they said it was the only sensible call in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Several, in fact, called the delay to 2021 a relief. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ first week of free agency

From the Ravens' front-seven reboot to a changing of the guard guaranteed by Tom Brady, here are five things we learned from the first week of free agency. → Read More

Reports: Kentucky Derby to be moved to Sept. 5 because of coronavirus pandemic

The Kentucky Derby will become the latest major sporting event postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple reports. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from Marshal Yanda’s career with the Ravens

From his stature as an inner-circle Ravens great to his quiet retirement at the peak of his powers, here are five things we learned from the career of Marshal Yanda. → Read More

Two years after her knee gave out, Blair Watson is reborn as defensive ace of surging Maryland women

Blair Watson did not feel fully comfortable on her knee until this year. Now, she’s the defensive ace of a team that crushed opponents during a 14-game winning streak to end the regular season. → Read More

Ravens position review: Tight-knit tight ends look to continue central role in 2020

Few teams lean harder on tight ends than the Ravens. The close friends, along with fullback Patrick Ricard, will again play a central role in the team's plans for 2020. → Read More

Lamar Jackson unanimously named NFL MVP, is first Raven to win league’s top honor

Lamar Jackson is the first Raven and fourth Baltimore-based quarterback to win NFL Most Valuable Player honors. But at age 23, he's already put an imprint on the game that's all his own. → Read More

3 takeaways from Ravens coach John Harbaugh’s season-ending news conference

From John Harbaugh's lack of regret about the Ravens' plan for their playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans to his enduring faith in quarterback Lamar Jackson, here are three takeaways from his season-ending news conference. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 2019 season

After a spectacular Ravens season ended with a fizzle, what conclusions can be drawn? From Lamar Jackson blowing away expectations to the difficulty of squaring that final loss with the team's overall excellence, here are five things. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 28-12 divisional-round loss to the Tennessee Titans

From the unthinkable jolt of a season-ending loss to great expectations for seasons ahead, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' 28-12 playoff defeat to the Tennessee Titans. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 28-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers

From the Ravens' passionate performance in a game they did not need to the joy displayed by backup quarterback Robert Griffin III, here are five things we learned from a 28-10 regular-season-closing victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 28-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers

From the Ravens' passionate performance in a game they did not need to the joy displayed by backup quarterback Robert Griffin III, here are five things we learned from a 28-10 regular-season-closing victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. → Read More

A year after the injury that gave him a starting role, Lamar Jackson has the wider football world excited about the Ravens

In Week 9 of last season, Joe Flacco played his final snaps as a Baltimore Raven. A year later, as the Ravens prepare for a hyped Week 9 match-up with the New England Patriots, Lamar Jackson has brought fresh excitement to their world. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 33-28 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs

From a dazzling matchup between Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes to growing worries about pass coverage, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' 33-28 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. → Read More

‘Kind of weird for all of us:’ Ravens great Terrell Suggs returns to Baltimore as an Arizona Cardinal

In his first NFL road game on a team other than the Ravens, the 17-year veteran will play at M&T Bank Stadium. The new Arizona Cardinal knows it will be a "weird" experience. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 26-15 preseason win over the Philadelphia Eagles

From Tyus Bowser playing himself off the bubble to Trace McSorley creating a roster dilemma, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' 26-15 preseason win over the Philadelphia Eagles. → Read More

Bruce Cunningham steps down after 20 years as Ravens public-address announcer

Bruce Cunningham has called out his final player introductions as the Ravens’ public address announcer, the veteran Fox 45 broadcaster announced Tuesday morning. → Read More

Nothing comes easily for an NFL rookie, and Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson wouldn’t have it any other way

Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson says he'll never turn away from a challenge, and that mentality served him well as he worked to overcome a hesitant start to his rookie season. → Read More

Five Things We Learned from the Ravens’ 29-0 preseason victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars

From Lamar Jackson's progress as a passer to uneven performances from the team's rookie skill players, here are five things we learned from the Ravens' preseason blowout of the Jacksonville Jaguars. → Read More

Ravens sit top draft pick, most top defenders in preseason opener; Kaare Vedvik stands out

The Ravens sat most of their top defensive players for Thursday’s preseason opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars but started second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson. → Read More