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December 17, 2000
Basketball Rockets: Activated C Kelvin Cato. Placed F Carlos Rogers (sprained left knee) on injured list. College Arizona State: Named Tom Osborne, special teams coach at Oregon, assistant head football coach. Iowa State: Sophomore G Brandon Hawkins left men's basketball team. Pacific: Sophomore G Ray Harris Jr. left men's basketball team and will transfer to another school at end of fall semester. Hockey Lightning: Placed D Stan Drulia and D Petr Svoboda on IR. Sabres: Activated C Doug Gilmour.
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December 29, 2005
Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs reacted sharply yesterday after LaVar Arrington discussed his expected departure from the team. Arrington told The Washington Times that he expects the Redskins to try to trade him or cut him in the coming months because of his high salary. If that happens, the three-time Pro Bowl linebacker said he might retire. "It's not a given that I'll continue playing if the Redskins get rid of me," Arrington told the newspaper. "I don't really want to play for anyone else.
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March 18, 1998
BaseballAthletics: Reassigned P Dave Telgheder to minor-league camp. Sold contract of OF Ernie Young to Royals.Diamondbacks: Assigned SS Danny Kassen, P Jason Boyd, P Ben Ford, P Bryan Corey, P Reid Cornelius, C Rod Barajas and C Mark Osborne to minor-league camp.Phillies: Sent OF Jon Zuber, OF Darrin Buston and P Tom Uchiyama to minor-league camp.Rangers: Assigned P Jose Guzman to minor-league camp.Red Sox: Outrighted IF Arquimedez Pozo to Triple-A Pawtucket.BasketballNBA: Named Suns G Jason Kidd Player of the Week.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. -- Before making his way to Redskins Park yesterday, Randy Thomas stopped at a nearby fast-food restaurant to enjoy some breakfast. Once inside, the massive offensive guard who dabbles in competitive eating got an earful from several patrons. "I went into McDonald's, and people were talking about the Dallas game [Sunday]," Thomas said with amazement. "They weren't talking about the game we just won. ... They told me to beat Dallas, and I'm trying to eat my breakfast meal. And you know how I am with my food."
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March 4, 1999
BaseballAngels: Agreed to one-year contracts with IF Justin Baughman, P Jason Dickson and C Bret Hemphill.Astros: Hired Bing Devine as major-league scout.Blue Jays: Signed P Chris Carpenter and OF Shannon Stewart to three-year contracts and 3B Tom Evans, IF Felipe Crespo and former Orioles P Nerio Rodriguez to one-year contracts. Renewed contract of P Robert Person.Brewers: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Bill Pulsipher, P Rafael Roque and P Brad Woodall.Marlins: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Jesus Sanchez, SS Alex Gonzalez and 3B Mike Lowell.
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December 29, 2005
Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs reacted sharply yesterday after LaVar Arrington discussed his expected departure from the team. Arrington told The Washington Times that he expects the Redskins to try to trade him or cut him in the coming months because of his high salary. If that happens, the three-time Pro Bowl linebacker said he might retire. "It's not a given that I'll continue playing if the Redskins get rid of me," Arrington told the newspaper. "I don't really want to play for anyone else.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2005
Considering how tumultuous the Washington Redskins' offseason has been, why would their preparations for the NFL draft be any different? After enduring two no-shows at a voluntary minicamp, a verbal shot across the bow from their star linebacker and the departure of their No. 1 wide-out, the Redskins might have looked forward to the certainty of having five picks, including the ninth overall selection, in this weekend's draft. Instead, Washington continued to make waves by trading this year's third-round pick (No. 76)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. - Carlos Rogers wasn't impressed. In his first glimpse of NFL action, the highly touted rookie cornerback for the Washington Redskins matched up against Pro Bowl receiver Chad Johnson and fellow wide-out T.J. Houshmandzadeh in the Redskins' 24-17 preseason loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday night and surrendered a 45-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Kelley Washington in that game. But when he was asked about Cincinnati's wide receivers, Rogers wasn't gushing. "I look at them like they're regular guys," Rogers said Monday.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. -- Before making his way to Redskins Park yesterday, Randy Thomas stopped at a nearby fast-food restaurant to enjoy some breakfast. Once inside, the massive offensive guard who dabbles in competitive eating got an earful from several patrons. "I went into McDonald's, and people were talking about the Dallas game [Sunday]," Thomas said with amazement. "They weren't talking about the game we just won. ... They told me to beat Dallas, and I'm trying to eat my breakfast meal. And you know how I am with my food."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. - Another day, another barrage of second-guessing for Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs. Fans and local sports talk radio stations have had more than 48 hours to digest Gibbs' decision to use the 25th overall pick of the NFL draft on Auburn quarterback Jason Campbell, but time did little to stem the tide of questions aimed at Gibbs. When NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced Washington's pick of Campbell on Saturday, some fans at the team's draft-day party at FedEx Field booed.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. - Carlos Rogers wasn't impressed. In his first glimpse of NFL action, the highly touted rookie cornerback for the Washington Redskins matched up against Pro Bowl receiver Chad Johnson and fellow wide-out T.J. Houshmandzadeh in the Redskins' 24-17 preseason loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday night and surrendered a 45-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Kelley Washington in that game. But when he was asked about Cincinnati's wide receivers, Rogers wasn't gushing. "I look at them like they're regular guys," Rogers said Monday.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. - Another day, another barrage of second-guessing for Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs. Fans and local sports talk radio stations have had more than 48 hours to digest Gibbs' decision to use the 25th overall pick of the NFL draft on Auburn quarterback Jason Campbell, but time did little to stem the tide of questions aimed at Gibbs. When NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced Washington's pick of Campbell on Saturday, some fans at the team's draft-day party at FedEx Field booed.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2005
Considering how tumultuous the Washington Redskins' offseason has been, why would their preparations for the NFL draft be any different? After enduring two no-shows at a voluntary minicamp, a verbal shot across the bow from their star linebacker and the departure of their No. 1 wide-out, the Redskins might have looked forward to the certainty of having five picks, including the ninth overall selection, in this weekend's draft. Instead, Washington continued to make waves by trading this year's third-round pick (No. 76)
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December 17, 2000
Basketball Rockets: Activated C Kelvin Cato. Placed F Carlos Rogers (sprained left knee) on injured list. College Arizona State: Named Tom Osborne, special teams coach at Oregon, assistant head football coach. Iowa State: Sophomore G Brandon Hawkins left men's basketball team. Pacific: Sophomore G Ray Harris Jr. left men's basketball team and will transfer to another school at end of fall semester. Hockey Lightning: Placed D Stan Drulia and D Petr Svoboda on IR. Sabres: Activated C Doug Gilmour.
SPORTS
March 4, 1999
BaseballAngels: Agreed to one-year contracts with IF Justin Baughman, P Jason Dickson and C Bret Hemphill.Astros: Hired Bing Devine as major-league scout.Blue Jays: Signed P Chris Carpenter and OF Shannon Stewart to three-year contracts and 3B Tom Evans, IF Felipe Crespo and former Orioles P Nerio Rodriguez to one-year contracts. Renewed contract of P Robert Person.Brewers: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Bill Pulsipher, P Rafael Roque and P Brad Woodall.Marlins: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Jesus Sanchez, SS Alex Gonzalez and 3B Mike Lowell.
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March 18, 1998
BaseballAthletics: Reassigned P Dave Telgheder to minor-league camp. Sold contract of OF Ernie Young to Royals.Diamondbacks: Assigned SS Danny Kassen, P Jason Boyd, P Ben Ford, P Bryan Corey, P Reid Cornelius, C Rod Barajas and C Mark Osborne to minor-league camp.Phillies: Sent OF Jon Zuber, OF Darrin Buston and P Tom Uchiyama to minor-league camp.Rangers: Assigned P Jose Guzman to minor-league camp.Red Sox: Outrighted IF Arquimedez Pozo to Triple-A Pawtucket.BasketballNBA: Named Suns G Jason Kidd Player of the Week.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | September 15, 2006
ASHBURN, Va. -- The foibles of the secondary were the focal point of the criticism heaped on the defense after the Washington Redskins lost to the Minnesota Vikings, 19-16, Monday night at FedEx Field. The injury to Shawn Springs that kept the veteran cornerback out of the season opener, the glaring mistakes by Carlos Rogers and the penalties, particularly two against safety Sean Taylor, were all part of the defensive breakdowns. Redskins@Cowboys Sunday, 8:15 p.m., chs. 11, 4, 1430 AM Line: Cowboys by 6
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | October 20, 2006
ASHBURN, Va. -- The sight of Carlos Rogers wearing a cast to protect a broken right thumb earlier this week provoked at least one cynic to suggest that the Washington Redskins cornerback might have an excuse now in case he dropped another potential interception Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. As it turned out, the injury, suffered in Sunday's 25-22 defeat at home to the Tennessee Titans, required surgery and will keep Rogers on the sideline at the RCA Dome. The search for healthy players is not the only mission Washington's defense will be on against the Colts.
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