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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | August 20, 1999
GREELEY, Colo. -- There was no easy way to do it. Third down, receivers covered, Chris Miller did what quarterbacks do. He took off running, aiming for a sliver of daylight in front of him.Just that quickly, daylight disappeared and Miller tried to get out of harm's way. Before he could, a linebacker arrived. Helmets collided. Miller went down, but, more importantly, got up.That's when the former Pro Bowl quarterback knew his three-year, forced retirement was over. That's when he answered the scariest question in his bid to come back from post-concussion syndrome and join the Denver Broncos as a reserve quarterback.
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December 2, 2005
On Monday, November 28, 2005, ETTA JOSEPHINE "JOSIE" MILLER of Millersville; cherished wife of the late Guy Miller; devoted mother of Frances Magiera, James Miller, Betty Mellon, Wanda Sullivan, Pam Beane and Terry Bland; loving grandmother of Tammi Greim, Chris Mullineaux, Angie and Chris Miller, Tina Oberholtzer, Wilmer Mellon III, Carolee Kinloch, Audrey Bacher, Nicki Turner, Joey Mellon, Ashley Sullivan, Eric and Brandon Beane, Conrad Stockhausen, Keldie...
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September 27, 1992
Fleer Ultra football for '92 is on the way. The 450-card set features marble borders similar to those of Ultra baseball. Backs are horizontal and show the players on a playing field. Look for a 10-card "signature series" featuring Reggie White and Chris Miller, with more than 2,000 randomly inserted autographed cards. Other subsets highlight draft picks and award winners.
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October 20, 2003
On October 18, 2003 BERNARD A. MILLER JR., of Severna Park, MD., beloved husband of Phyllis M. Miller, loving father of Bernie Miller, Cindy Toft, Andy Miller, Denise Marino, Phyllis Laidley and Chris Miller, dear brother of Joseph Miller, Paul Miller, Kathaleen Frain and Claire Meadows, devoted grandfather of 13 grand children and one late great-grandchild. Family and friends are invited toBARRANCO & SONS P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Hwy. at Robinson Rd., on Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday 10 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
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By Los Angeles Times | October 4, 1994
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Quarterback Chris Miller said yesterday that his injured right shoulder still isn't 100 percent, but that apparently won't stop Los Angeles Rams coach Chuck Knox from starting him over a sound Tommy Maddox on Sunday at Green Bay.Knox normally doesn't announce personnel decisions on Mondays, but with starter Chris Chandler out for the rest of the week with a sprained left ankle, he said he plans to turn the offense over to Miller."
NEWS
December 2, 2005
On Monday, November 28, 2005, ETTA JOSEPHINE "JOSIE" MILLER of Millersville; cherished wife of the late Guy Miller; devoted mother of Frances Magiera, James Miller, Betty Mellon, Wanda Sullivan, Pam Beane and Terry Bland; loving grandmother of Tammi Greim, Chris Mullineaux, Angie and Chris Miller, Tina Oberholtzer, Wilmer Mellon III, Carolee Kinloch, Audrey Bacher, Nicki Turner, Joey Mellon, Ashley Sullivan, Eric and Brandon Beane, Conrad Stockhausen, Keldie...
NEWS
October 20, 2003
On October 18, 2003 BERNARD A. MILLER JR., of Severna Park, MD., beloved husband of Phyllis M. Miller, loving father of Bernie Miller, Cindy Toft, Andy Miller, Denise Marino, Phyllis Laidley and Chris Miller, dear brother of Joseph Miller, Paul Miller, Kathaleen Frain and Claire Meadows, devoted grandfather of 13 grand children and one late great-grandchild. Family and friends are invited toBARRANCO & SONS P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Hwy. at Robinson Rd., on Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday 10 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2001
Before yesterday's 5-3 loss to Calvert Hall, it had been two years since McDonogh had lost a home game to a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opponent - a fact that wasn't lost on Dino Salaris. "You lose here like 4-0, 5-0," said Salaris, who scored Calvert Hall's last goal with 6:57 to play. "It's like Death Valley here. You don't escape with a win." But the 13th-ranked Cardinals (12-4-2, 9-4-2 league) did just that yesterday. They led 4-3 at halftime behind a goal and an assist each from Pat Healey and Nick Gill, two assists each from Ryan Callinan and Will Bach, and goals from Brett Pearman and Ben Perdew on the way to moving into second place in the standings ahead of No. 4 McDonogh (12-5-1, 9-5 league )
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | February 9, 1993
St. Mary's coach Harry Dobson didn't want to leave out any of his players when describing how his No. 6 Saints overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat visiting and No. 7 Mercy, 62-61, yesterday to claim the Catholic League regular-season title."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 24, 1991
The NFL playoffs are no place for underdogs or Cinderellas.A snarling linebacker likely would smash Cinderella's glass slipper in the playoffs.That's because the upperdogs -- the teams with the best records -- tend to thrive. It's a time when the rich tend to get richer.When the Washington Redskins finished their regular season with a 14-2 record Sunday, they were the 10th team to finish 14-2 or better since the NFL went to a 16-game format in 1978.Of the first nine teams to do it, seven went to the Super Bowl and five won it.That's why the Redskins seem to have everything going for them as they look ahead to their playoff opener in two weeks, even though they lost their season finale to the Philadelphia Eagles, 24-22.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2001
Before yesterday's 5-3 loss to Calvert Hall, it had been two years since McDonogh had lost a home game to a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opponent - a fact that wasn't lost on Dino Salaris. "You lose here like 4-0, 5-0," said Salaris, who scored Calvert Hall's last goal with 6:57 to play. "It's like Death Valley here. You don't escape with a win." But the 13th-ranked Cardinals (12-4-2, 9-4-2 league) did just that yesterday. They led 4-3 at halftime behind a goal and an assist each from Pat Healey and Nick Gill, two assists each from Ryan Callinan and Will Bach, and goals from Brett Pearman and Ben Perdew on the way to moving into second place in the standings ahead of No. 4 McDonogh (12-5-1, 9-5 league )
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | August 20, 1999
GREELEY, Colo. -- There was no easy way to do it. Third down, receivers covered, Chris Miller did what quarterbacks do. He took off running, aiming for a sliver of daylight in front of him.Just that quickly, daylight disappeared and Miller tried to get out of harm's way. Before he could, a linebacker arrived. Helmets collided. Miller went down, but, more importantly, got up.That's when the former Pro Bowl quarterback knew his three-year, forced retirement was over. That's when he answered the scariest question in his bid to come back from post-concussion syndrome and join the Denver Broncos as a reserve quarterback.
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By Los Angeles Times | October 4, 1994
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Quarterback Chris Miller said yesterday that his injured right shoulder still isn't 100 percent, but that apparently won't stop Los Angeles Rams coach Chuck Knox from starting him over a sound Tommy Maddox on Sunday at Green Bay.Knox normally doesn't announce personnel decisions on Mondays, but with starter Chris Chandler out for the rest of the week with a sprained left ankle, he said he plans to turn the offense over to Miller."
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | February 9, 1993
St. Mary's coach Harry Dobson didn't want to leave out any of his players when describing how his No. 6 Saints overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat visiting and No. 7 Mercy, 62-61, yesterday to claim the Catholic League regular-season title."
SPORTS
September 27, 1992
Fleer Ultra football for '92 is on the way. The 450-card set features marble borders similar to those of Ultra baseball. Backs are horizontal and show the players on a playing field. Look for a 10-card "signature series" featuring Reggie White and Chris Miller, with more than 2,000 randomly inserted autographed cards. Other subsets highlight draft picks and award winners.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | February 16, 1992
Aberdeen goes after its eighth straight county title when the countywrestling tournament gets under way Friday night at Fallston High.Again this year, the Eagles were undefeated in county dual meets. They are strong favorites to repeat as champs.The Eagles, who won last year's title by 59 points over Edgewood,have won 13 county titles."I don't think we'll dominate as we have both in margin of victory and numbers of champions, but I think we'll place a large number of guys high," said Dick Slutzky, Aberdeen coach for the last 20 years.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | February 16, 1992
Aberdeen goes after its eighth straight county title when the countywrestling tournament gets under way Friday night at Fallston High.Again this year, the Eagles were undefeated in county dual meets. They are strong favorites to repeat as champs.The Eagles, who won last year's title by 59 points over Edgewood,have won 13 county titles."I don't think we'll dominate as we have both in margin of victory and numbers of champions, but I think we'll place a large number of guys high," said Dick Slutzky, Aberdeen coach for the last 20 years.
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By Los Angeles Times | October 25, 1994
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Los Angeles Rams quarterback Chris Miller was released from a New Orleans hospital yesterday after at CT scan revealed no serious damage from a concussion he suffered in the first quarter of a 37-34 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 24, 1991
The NFL playoffs are no place for underdogs or Cinderellas.A snarling linebacker likely would smash Cinderella's glass slipper in the playoffs.That's because the upperdogs -- the teams with the best records -- tend to thrive. It's a time when the rich tend to get richer.When the Washington Redskins finished their regular season with a 14-2 record Sunday, they were the 10th team to finish 14-2 or better since the NFL went to a 16-game format in 1978.Of the first nine teams to do it, seven went to the Super Bowl and five won it.That's why the Redskins seem to have everything going for them as they look ahead to their playoff opener in two weeks, even though they lost their season finale to the Philadelphia Eagles, 24-22.
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