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By Rick Gosselin and Rick Gosselin,Dallas Morning News | November 29, 1991
IRVING, Texas -- It didn't take Steve Beuerlein long to pick up the Dallas Cowboys' offense: Hand the ball to Emmitt Smith and throw it to Michael Irvin.That runner-receiver combination produced 285 yards and both touchdowns as the Cowboys overcame the absence of injured quarterback Troy Aikman with a 20-10 Thanksgiving Day victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers before 62,253 at Texas Stadium.Beuerlein was thrust into the lineup when Aikman suffered a sprained right knee last week against Washington.
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By RAY FRAGER | October 27, 2006
Last weekend, Steve Beuerlein made a trip back to South Bend, Ind., to watch his alma mater play football in person. It was only the second time he'd been back at Notre Dame Stadium since he graduated in 1987 and headed to the NFL. But it must have been a thrill for the former Irish quarterback to watch Notre Dame's last-minute rally for a victory over UCLA. Except it didn't exactly work out like that. Beuerlein, a football analyst for CBS who will work tomorrow's Notre Dame-Navy game with Craig Bolerjack (WJZ/Channel 13, WUSA/Channel 9, noon)
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August 26, 1991
The Los Angeles Raiders traded quarterback Steve Beuerlein to the Dallas Cowboys yesterday for an undisclosed 1992 draft choice.Beuerlein, 26, was vying with Vince Evans, 36, for the backup spot to Jay Schroeder throughout the preseason. Rookie Todd Marinovich, a first-round draft choice, is the Raiders' No. 3 quarterback.Beuerlein split playing time with Schroeder in 1988 and 1989, participating in 20 games and starting 15. He was a fourth-round draft choice from Notre Dame in 1987.Before the 1990 season, with Schroeder signed to a $900,000 contract, Beuerlein held out. He missed all of the preseason, and when he returned, the job was Schroeder's.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2000
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington Redskins linebacker Shawn Barber said he isn't concerned with what team is on the other side of the ball in the season opener Sunday. He should be. It is Carolina, the same team that ran up 36 points last season at FedEx Field. The Panthers had a 300-yard passer, a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard receiver in the 38-36 loss to the Redskins last October. Quarterback Steve Beuerlein, running back Tshimanga Biakabutuka and receiver Muhsin Muhammad all return Sunday, though they will face an improved Redskins defense that added three starting free agents and the draft's No. 2 pick in linebacker LaVar Arrington.
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By RAY FRAGER | October 27, 2006
Last weekend, Steve Beuerlein made a trip back to South Bend, Ind., to watch his alma mater play football in person. It was only the second time he'd been back at Notre Dame Stadium since he graduated in 1987 and headed to the NFL. But it must have been a thrill for the former Irish quarterback to watch Notre Dame's last-minute rally for a victory over UCLA. Except it didn't exactly work out like that. Beuerlein, a football analyst for CBS who will work tomorrow's Notre Dame-Navy game with Craig Bolerjack (WJZ/Channel 13, WUSA/Channel 9, noon)
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November 26, 1991
Troy Aikman could miss the rest of the season with a torn collateral ligament in his right knee.The Dallas Cowboys quarterback, who suffered a separated shoulder in last year's playoff drive, "is expected to be out of action for three to four weeks," the team said.Doctors said "no surgery is recommended and a conservative course of treatment will be put into place immediately."Coach Jimmy Johnson said backup Steve Beuerlein, who led the Cowboys to their victory over Washington, will start even though he's limping with a sprained left ankle.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2000
ASHBURN, Va. - Washington Redskins linebacker Shawn Barber said he isn't concerned with what team is on the other side of the ball in the season opener Sunday. He should be. It is Carolina, the same team that ran up 36 points last season at FedEx Field. The Panthers had a 300-yard passer, a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard receiver in the 38-36 loss to the Redskins last October. Quarterback Steve Beuerlein, running back Tshimanga Biakabutuka and receiver Muhsin Muhammad all return Sunday, though they will face an improved Redskins defense that added three starting free agents and the draft's No. 2 pick in linebacker LaVar Arrington.
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By Chris Mortensen and Chris Mortensen,The Sporting News | January 21, 1993
So, we got fooled. Certainly, the "Rooney Rule" is going t prevent the top four teams from going wild on top-rate free-agent players come March. That's the purpose.But it isn't going to keep the Dallas Cowboys from landing a big catch -- Eagles defensive end Reggie White.Backup quarterback Steve Beuerlein will afford them that opportunity because, like White, he is a plaintiff in one of the many lawsuits settled between the owners and players.Beuerlein and White will be unrestricted free agents and two of the hottest commodities come March 1, the estimated starting point for free-agent movement under the new labor agreement.
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December 26, 1991
Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse plans to meet today with coach Richard Williamson to fire him and his assistant coaches, according to a report today in the Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel."He's going to fire Richard, and I think he wants to give the assistants as much time as possible to find other jobs," a team source told the Sentinel.Williamson, who has spent the past two days in Orlando, had been scheduled to meet with Culverhouse tomorrow. But Culverhouse apparently has changed the timetable to end speculation about Williamson's future.
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By Bill Ordine and Bill Ordine,Knight-Ridder | January 18, 1991
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- At the end of the 1989 season, Los Angeles Raiders owner Al Davis knew he had a sick offense. So he called a doctor. A quarterback doctor.After watching his team slip to 25th in passing offense, Davis hired former Illinois head coach Mike White last spring and gave him a mandate to straighten out the Raiders' woeful quarterback situation. Largely because of White's one-on-one tutoring of quarterback Jay Schroeder, the Raiders have made it to Sunday's AFC championship game against the Bills in Buffalo.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | December 26, 1999
Kurt Warner's storybook season has him on pace to become the 10th NFL quarterback to pass for 4,000 yards and 30 touchdowns in the same season.What has gone overlooked is that Steve Beuerlein has the chance to become the 11th.Warner's rise from Arena League quarterback to the Pro Bowl for the St. Louis Rams has been remarkable; Beuerlein's rise from the scrap heap of NFL journeymen to the Pro Bowl is almost as surprising.Beuerlein assumed his starting days were over when, with the Phoenix Cardinals in 1994, Buddy Ryan benched him for one of his old favorites, Jim McMahon.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1999
For the second straight year, anarchy rules in the NFL.Of last season's six division champions, only one has held onto first place through Week 14. And the Jacksonville Jaguars have felt the hot breath of the Tennessee Titans in the two-team AFC Central race this season.Of the remaining five defending division champs, only the Dallas Cowboys, in the NFC East, have positioned themselves for a possible repeat. The Minnesota Vikings still have a mathematical chance in the NFC Central, but they have three teams to climb over in three weeks.
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By Chris Mortensen and Chris Mortensen,The Sporting News | January 21, 1993
So, we got fooled. Certainly, the "Rooney Rule" is going t prevent the top four teams from going wild on top-rate free-agent players come March. That's the purpose.But it isn't going to keep the Dallas Cowboys from landing a big catch -- Eagles defensive end Reggie White.Backup quarterback Steve Beuerlein will afford them that opportunity because, like White, he is a plaintiff in one of the many lawsuits settled between the owners and players.Beuerlein and White will be unrestricted free agents and two of the hottest commodities come March 1, the estimated starting point for free-agent movement under the new labor agreement.
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By VITO STELLINO | January 5, 1992
Maybe it's time to start calling Al Davis a suineg.That's genius spelled backward.Davis, the Los Angeles Raiders' managing general partner, always makes sure his team biography includes the word genius, but he's been anything but one lately.He dumped quarterback Steve Beuerlein on the Dallas Cowboys and watched Beuerlein win a playoff game Sunday in Chicago after Todd Marinovich lost one for the Raiders the previous day in Kansas City in his second start as a pro. Marinovich was too inexperienced for a role that Beuerlein handled easily.
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By Ken Murray | December 29, 1991
Steve Beuerlein was a quarterback in exile a year ago, forced to dress in street clothes each Sunday as the Los Angeles Raiders made a bumpy tour of the NFL playoffs.The Dallas Cowboys also spent the postseason in playoff purgatory -- outside looking in, that is, -- after learning the importance of having an NFL-caliber backup quarterback.That Beuerlein found the Cowboys and together they found the playoffs is one of this season's intriguing subplots. Theirs was a marriage born as much of necessity as convenience.
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December 26, 1991
Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse plans to meet today with coach Richard Williamson to fire him and his assistant coaches, according to a report today in the Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel."He's going to fire Richard, and I think he wants to give the assistants as much time as possible to find other jobs," a team source told the Sentinel.Williamson, who has spent the past two days in Orlando, had been scheduled to meet with Culverhouse tomorrow. But Culverhouse apparently has changed the timetable to end speculation about Williamson's future.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1999
For the second straight year, anarchy rules in the NFL.Of last season's six division champions, only one has held onto first place through Week 14. And the Jacksonville Jaguars have felt the hot breath of the Tennessee Titans in the two-team AFC Central race this season.Of the remaining five defending division champs, only the Dallas Cowboys, in the NFC East, have positioned themselves for a possible repeat. The Minnesota Vikings still have a mathematical chance in the NFC Central, but they have three teams to climb over in three weeks.
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By VITO STELLINO | January 5, 1992
Maybe it's time to start calling Al Davis a suineg.That's genius spelled backward.Davis, the Los Angeles Raiders' managing general partner, always makes sure his team biography includes the word genius, but he's been anything but one lately.He dumped quarterback Steve Beuerlein on the Dallas Cowboys and watched Beuerlein win a playoff game Sunday in Chicago after Todd Marinovich lost one for the Raiders the previous day in Kansas City in his second start as a pro. Marinovich was too inexperienced for a role that Beuerlein handled easily.
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By Randy Galloway and Randy Galloway,Dallas Morning News | December 22, 1991
DALLAS -- At the moment, Jimmy Johnson rolls trained dice. It's a do-no-wrong kind of groove, an automatic seven-come-11. Or maybe even 11-come-five by today. Remarkable.This is a situation where the wise ones stack their chips behind his, and let the bundle ride until the fever subsides.But if that's your theory, also be prepared to play for high stakes. Based on what was heard last week at Valley Ranch, Johnson may be ready to take a rather monumental gamble.Is Troy Aikman's knee worth the risk?
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By Rick Gosselin and Rick Gosselin,Dallas Morning News | November 29, 1991
IRVING, Texas -- It didn't take Steve Beuerlein long to pick up the Dallas Cowboys' offense: Hand the ball to Emmitt Smith and throw it to Michael Irvin.That runner-receiver combination produced 285 yards and both touchdowns as the Cowboys overcame the absence of injured quarterback Troy Aikman with a 20-10 Thanksgiving Day victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers before 62,253 at Texas Stadium.Beuerlein was thrust into the lineup when Aikman suffered a sprained right knee last week against Washington.
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