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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1995
The Kansas City Chiefs appeared to be a team headed downhill last season.They struggled to a 9-7 record and were bounced out of the playoffs in the first round.There were whispers that coach Marty Schottenheimer didn't get along with general manager Carl Peterson.Toss in the fact that quarterback Joe Montana retired and the Chiefs figured to be at the bottom of their division this year."I was frankly amazed at some of the predictions I saw," Peterson said. "People thought that without Joe, we would crash and burn and become just an average club."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | November 5, 1995
The Kansas City Chiefs appeared to be a team headed downhill last season.They struggled to a 9-7 record and were bounced out of the playoffs in the first round.There were whispers that coach Marty Schottenheimer didn't get along with general manager Carl Peterson.Toss in the fact that quarterback Joe Montana retired and the Chiefs figured to be at the bottom of their division this year."I was frankly amazed at some of the predictions I saw," Peterson said. "People thought that without Joe, we would crash and burn and become just an average club."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
ASHBURN, Va. -- The Atlanta Falcons insist they don't believe in jinxes.They may start believing if they don't beat the Washington Redskins on Sunday.The Falcons have not won at RFK Stadium in Washington in 10 tries, a fact they're trying to brush off this week."Washington just had a better team for most of the years we played them," said wide receiver Andre Rison.That doesn't explain last year, when the Redskins were 4-12 and one of the victories was a 30-17 verdict over the Falcons in Washington.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
ASHBURN, Va. -- The Atlanta Falcons insist they don't believe in jinxes.They may start believing if they don't beat the Washington Redskins on Sunday.The Falcons have not won at RFK Stadium in Washington in 10 tries, a fact they're trying to brush off this week."Washington just had a better team for most of the years we played them," said wide receiver Andre Rison.That doesn't explain last year, when the Redskins were 4-12 and one of the victories was a 30-17 verdict over the Falcons in Washington.
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By NICK BROWN AND SAM SESSA | October 6, 2005
SCOTTISH FESTIVAL AND HIGHLAND GAMES The lowdown -- You don't need a kilt to take part in Saturday's Anne Arundel Scottish Festival and Highland Games. Enjoy music by the Highland-Aires, fiddler Bonnie Rideout, the Homespun Ceilidh Band and Carl Peterson. See competitions in highland dancing, fiddling and piping. If you go -- The events start at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Anne Arundel Fairgrounds on Route 178 in Crownsville. Tickets are $3-$10. Call 410-849-2849 or visit annearun.com/aasfi.
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By KEN MURRAY | December 21, 2008
Taking aim With the Saints out of the playoffs, QB Drew Brees needs 753 passing yards in his final two games to overtake Dan Marino's single-season record (5,084). Brees should get a bunch against the Lions today. The key will be next week's game against Carolina, which might need to win for seeding purposes. Marino's record should survive. Taking heat Jim Zorn's Redskins started the season 6-2, but after losing five of six, the coach's job security is in question. Last week, he pointed the finger at himself.
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By Edward Lee | December 15, 2011
For the third consecutive year, Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was selected by USA Football to the organization's “All-Fundamentals Team.” The group - picked by a five-person committee that included a pair of former NFL head coaches in Herman Edwards and Jim Mora and former NFL general manager and current USA Football chairman Carl Peterson - is composed of 26 players honored for their commitment to football techniques for youth players...
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December 23, 1992
BaseballNew York Mets -- Signed P Tom Filer, P Mauro Gozzo, P Brandy Vann, C Dann Bilardello, C Scott Bradley, C Andy Dziadkowiec, C Javier Gonzalez, IF Steve Springer and OF Wayne Housie and Bert Hunter.Oakland Athletics -- Signed P Kirk Dressendorfer to a one-year contract.Chunichi Dragons (Japan League) -- Signed 3B Brook Jacoby to a one-year contract.BasketballCharlotte Hornets -- Placed C Mike Gminski on the injured list.CollegesLouisiana State -- Named Neil Callaway offensive line coach.
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July 5, 2000
Carl August Peterson Jr., Army colonel, engineer Carl August Peterson Jr., a West Point graduate and internationally known construction engineer, died Sunday at Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park of complications from a skull fracture. He died a day before his 58th birthday. Mr. Peterson was born in Bozeman, Mont., the son of Carl A. Peterson, a retired colonel in the Army. He graduated from Punahou Academy in Hawaii in 1960. He excelled at boxing at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and became a second lieutenant after graduating in 1965.
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By Kansas City Star | April 18, 1995
SAN FRANCISCO -- Joe Quarterback will do his thing one more time.This afternoon at the Justin Herman Plaza, Joe Montana will say he is retiring from football. What he adds after that is unimportant.Frank Jordan, mayor of San Francisco, will say some appropriate words. Eddie DeBartolo, the 49ers' owner, with whom Montana forged a strong friendship, will be there.Bill Walsh and George Seifert, his 49ers coaches; Carl Peterson and Carmen Policy, the Chiefs' and 49ers' presidents; Ronnie Lott, Roger Craig, Steve Bono and others he played with also will be there.
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By Ashley Burrell | October 7, 2004
Monkey business A children's play about a mischievous and playful monkey, Curious George, will be performed by Theatreworks USA on Friday. The play, The Adventures of Curious George, is based on the books by Margret and H.A. Rey. Also, Curious George Goes to College will be performed in Edgewood Hall, Room 132, between the performances of The Adventures of Curious George. Enjoy free snacks, activities and door prizes. Admission is free. "The Adventures of Curious George" will be performed on Friday at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Amoss Center at Harford Community College, 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air. Tickets are $5 to $9. Call the ticket office at 410-836-4211.
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