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September 8, 1991
Discriminating burglarSaints quarterback Bobby Hebert was booed by hometown fans who were upset about his yearlong holdout last season, even when he led New Orleans to an opening-day victory.They are not the only ones upset about him.About $12,000 worth of shirts, jerseys and shoes were taken in a burglary this week at Gordon Dumont's athletic shoe store. Left behind were a rack of black jerseys emblazoned with gold No. 3s.Hebert wears No. 3."The only thing we know about the criminal is he's not a Bobby Hebert fan," Dumont said.
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By Bob Keisser and Bob Keisser,Knight-Ridder | December 16, 1991
NEW ORLEANS -- Call it NFL typecasting. On the eve of the holidays, the Los Angeles Raiders are poised to play the roll of The Grinch.Their own future virtually decided, the Raiders have the playoff hopes of New Orleans, Philadelphia and San Francisco in their heavily taped hands tonight (9, Ch. 13) when they meet the Saints in the Superdome.If the Raiders rise from the depression of last week's loss to Buffalo and smote the Saints, they'll keep all three NFC teams in the playoff hunt going into the season's final week.
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By Susan Reimer | October 14, 1991
Records, streaks and milestones* The Saints' league-leading defense, which hasn't allowed an offensive touchdown in 16 quarters, intercepted 5 Philadelphia passes, sacked rookie Brad Goebel and his sub Pat Ryan 5 times and recovered a fumble.* The Eagles' defense, third best in the league, was almost as tough, intercepting 2 passes and sacking starter Bobby Hebert twice before he left, suffering from a concussion.* Cincinnati started a season 0-6 for the first time since 1979.* Dallas' 5-2 start is the best since Tom Landry was the coach in 1986.
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By Susan Reimer | October 14, 1991
Records, streaks and milestones* The Saints' league-leading defense, which hasn't allowed an offensive touchdown in 16 quarters, intercepted 5 Philadelphia passes, sacked rookie Brad Goebel and his sub Pat Ryan 5 times and recovered a fumble.* The Eagles' defense, third best in the league, was almost as tough, intercepting 2 passes and sacking starter Bobby Hebert twice before he left, suffering from a concussion.* Cincinnati started a season 0-6 for the first time since 1979.* Dallas' 5-2 start is the best since Tom Landry was the coach in 1986.
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By Bob Keisser and Bob Keisser,Knight-Ridder | December 16, 1991
NEW ORLEANS -- Call it NFL typecasting. On the eve of the holidays, the Los Angeles Raiders are poised to play the roll of The Grinch.Their own future virtually decided, the Raiders have the playoff hopes of New Orleans, Philadelphia and San Francisco in their heavily taped hands tonight (9, Ch. 13) when they meet the Saints in the Superdome.If the Raiders rise from the depression of last week's loss to Buffalo and smote the Saints, they'll keep all three NFC teams in the playoff hunt going into the season's final week.
NEWS
November 22, 1996
Some tips this week for fantasy football players:Players to keepQB Troy Aikman, Cowboys: Has completed 67 percent of his passes and thrown for 14 touchdowns in 15 games against the Giants.K Steve Christie, Bills: Kicked six field goals a month ago vs. the Jets.QB Bobby Hebert, Falcons: Has 10 TD passes in last six games and faces 24th-ranked passing defense in Bengals.QB Trent Dilfer, Buccaneers: Has a 91.4 quarterback rating in his last two games.Players to sit downRB Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Dolphins: Steelers haven't allowed a 100-yard rusher in 12 games, the second-longest NFL active streak.
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By Ryan Basen | July 28, 1998
Floyd TurnerPosition: Wide receiverHeight: 5-11Weight: 199Age: 32College: NW LouisianaSeason: NinthHighlights: After catching 38 passes for 461 yards and two TDs in Baltimore in 1996, he sat out the 1997 season. Played two seasons, 1994 and 1995, in Indianapolis with new Ravens quarterback Jim Harbaugh. Grabbed nine passes in the 1995 postseason, including a 47-yard TD strike from Harbaugh in AFC title game. Has 249 career receptions for 3,293 yards and 26 TDs.Favorite food: Prime ribFavorite TV shows: "Martin" and "Seinfeld"Favorite movie: "Braveheart"Memorable pro moment: He calls it "the catch that started my career."
SPORTS
December 27, 1991
NFL players' salaries increased more than 18 percent this year, with veteran quarterbacks and untested rookies getting big money, according to a survey by the players' association.The average player earned $422,149 in 1991, an all-time high, said the NFL Players Association's annual salary survey, reported yesterday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.That is 18.5 percent higher than the 1990 average salary of $356,382 and 41 percent higher than the 1989 average of $299,616.The survey also showed 83 players -- 29 of whom are quarterbacks -- averaging $1 million or more per year in 1991, and 11 players with contracts worth at least $2 million annually.
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May 24, 1991
Quarterback Bobby Hebert has reached accord with the New Orleans Saints on a contract calling for double his 1989 salary, and only some technicalities are holding up a final agreement, his agent and other sources said yesterday.Hebert was benched for the final three games of the 1989 season -- all victories led by John Fourcade. After the season, Hebert said he would never again play for the Saints, no matter how much they paid him. He sat out last season.Greg Campbell, Hebert's agent, said Hebert has agreed to a two-year deal, although no contract had been signed.
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November 9, 1991
The New Orleans Saints will be without starting quarterback Bobby Hebert for at least two more games, including tomorrow's game against the San Francisco 49ers.Hebert was examined Thursday in Los Angeles for right shoulder injuries affecting his throwing arm.Dr. Frank Jobe confirmed Hebert had a bruised rotator cuff muscle and a sprained shoulder."It sounds like three weeks to me," coach Jim Mora said. "But again, as with all injuries, nothing is etched in stone for a minimum or maximum time."
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September 8, 1991
Discriminating burglarSaints quarterback Bobby Hebert was booed by hometown fans who were upset about his yearlong holdout last season, even when he led New Orleans to an opening-day victory.They are not the only ones upset about him.About $12,000 worth of shirts, jerseys and shoes were taken in a burglary this week at Gordon Dumont's athletic shoe store. Left behind were a rack of black jerseys emblazoned with gold No. 3s.Hebert wears No. 3."The only thing we know about the criminal is he's not a Bobby Hebert fan," Dumont said.
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August 5, 1991
In his first game since he had rotator-cuff surgery last December, Green Bay Packers quarterback Don Majkowski completed eight of 10 passes for 56 yards and two touchdowns in his team's 28-7 victory over the New England Patriots on Saturday night."
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September 20, 1991
Keith Millard, the Minnesota Vikings' All-Pro defensive tackle, decided to have knee surgery and will be lost for the rest of the season."The best thing for me right now is surgery so I can continue my career," said Millard, who tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee early last season."
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