Catching up with Jim Leonhard
By Dave Heller of the Journal Sentinel
Dec. 11, 2008
I had the opportunity the other day to talk with former Wisconsin safety Jim Leonhard, who is in his first season with the Baltimore Ravens. Leonhard has played in all 13 games, starting 10, and is one tackle shy of his career high. He also recently recorded his first NFL touchdown after intercepting a pass from Cincinnati's Jordan Palmer.

The one that got away
Steelers score in final minute to beat Ravens
Originally published December 15, 2008
By Stan Goldberg
News-Post Staff
"They made some plays on the last drive, and we didn't, that's why we're sitting here trying to figure out what happened," Ravens' defensive back Jim Leonhard said.

A closer look: Steelers 13, Ravens 9
By Ron Snyder
Examiner Staff Writer 12/14/08
Best coaching decision: Dividing the return duties between Yamon Figurs and Jim Leonhard.
Figurs handled the kickoffs and averaged 26 yards on three returns. Leonhard averaged 18 yards on five returns, including a long of 46 yards, which helped the Ravens set up Stover’s 28-yard field goal.

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