Igwebuike's quarters drug free

FOOTBALL NOTES

October 26, 1990

U.S. Customs agents and Bloomington, Minn., police searched Minnesota Vikings place-kicker Donald Igwebuike's apartment Wednesday, and another man was arraigned in Florida as part of a continuing investigation into an alleged heroin-smuggling ring.

No drugs were found, and Igwebuike returned to practice after the search.

* OILERS: Teddy Garcia, who hasn't kicked regularly since 1988 for the New England Patriots, has been working out for coach Jack Pardee and is the likely replacement for the injured Tony Zendejas on Sunday. Zendejas broke a fibula in his left leg Sunday and was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

* PATRIOTS: Steve Grogan, who played the season's first two games, completing 33 of his 52 passes, including three for touchdowns, before going out with a neck injury, will replace Marc Wilson on Sunday.

Wilson did not lead the team to a victory in four starts. In that period, he threw three touchdowns and seven passes that were intercepted.

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