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Slash unveiled in Ravens' loss

BALTIMORE -- The quarterback formerly known as "Slash" actually wasn't in witness protection. Kordell Stewart made an entertaining cameo appearance during the Baltimore Ravens' 21-9 loss Sunday to the Cincinnati Bengals in his first extended playing time in two years. With starter Anthony Wright sidelined with a sprained left ankle in the third quarter, Stewart took over and promptly took off scrambling.

The former Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears starter rushed for 13, 7, and 10 yards on quarterback keepers to drive Baltimore to the Bengals' 13 and set up Matt Stover's 31-yard field goal. He finished with 30 yards on three carries and was sacked once. "I was just playing, like a kid in Toys R Us having fun," said Stewart, who was signed in September after Kyle Boller injured his toe...

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