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April 16, 2004
On April 14, 2004, MARY JANECULVERHOUSE. She leaves no surviving relatives Interment private. Memorial's in Mary Jane Culverhouse's name may be made to The National Wildlife federation, 11100 Wildlife Center Dr., Reston, VA 20190-5362. Arrangements by The Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc.
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April 16, 2004
On April 14, 2004, MARY JANECULVERHOUSE. She leaves no surviving relatives Interment private. Memorial's in Mary Jane Culverhouse's name may be made to The National Wildlife federation, 11100 Wildlife Center Dr., Reston, VA 20190-5362. Arrangements by The Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc.
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By New York Daily News | January 8, 1992
NEW YORK -- Former New York Giants coach Bill Parcells will meet today with Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse and is expected to finalize the same five-year, $6.5 million deal he walked away from 10 days ago, the New York Daily News has learned from well-placed NFL sources.The dizzying Parcells Sweepstakes took an unexpected turn when Parcells called Culverhouse Sunday to ask back into the Bucs' picture. And this time, it looks like it will get done.Why the change of heart by Parcells?
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Baltimore's National Football League hopes, which seemed to be fading in recent weeks, received new life yesterday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went up for sale and Peter Angelos said he would take up the chase.Officials running the team for the heirs of deceased owner Hugh Culverhouse said they would prefer to sell to someone who would keep the team in Tampa, Fla., but did not make that a condition of sale.Angelos, majority owner of the Orioles, who is trying to bring an NFL team to Baltimore, said he would renew his offer for the Bucs.
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By Vito Stellino | December 30, 1991
Bill Parcells pulled off what many in pro football thought was impossible: He made Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse a sympathetic figure by rejecting a written deal he had negotiated for a week.Culverhouse, who dueled Bob Irsay of the Indianapolis Colts during the 1980s for the dubious honor of being pro football's most ineffective owner, made a giant attempt to gain credibility for his downtrodden franchise last week by giving Parcells what he said even Parcells called a "fabulous offer."
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By Ed Werder and Ed Werder,Orlando Sentinel | December 26, 1991
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse was to meet today with coach Richard Williamson to fire him and his assistant coaches, according to a reliable team source."
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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 Barry Meisel and Barry Meisel,New York Daily News | December 30, 1991
NEW YORK -- Now we know why so many conflicting reports surfaced in Florida and New Jersey last week. Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse thought he had wooed a marquee coach. But Bill Parcells, who never signed on the dotted line, decided Tampa Bay was not the place to resurrect his career.Late Saturday night, Parcells, the 50-year-old former New York Giants coach, stunned Culverhouse, 72, by rejecting a five-year, $6.5-million, 38-point guaranteed offer to assume total control of the Bucs as coach and director of football operations.
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December 25, 1991
Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse has offered former New York Giants coach Bill Parcells the chance to coach his team next season and asked him to decide before the weekend, according to an NFL source.The second meeting in two weeks between Culverhouse and Parcells took place in New Jersey on Monday and lasted several hours as they discussed financial terms and tried to outline a long-term contract."I have no comment on that," Culverhouse told The Orlando Sentinel when reached at his home yesterday afternoon, declining to comment further and hanging up his telephone.
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By George Willis and George Willis,Newsday | January 9, 1992
At one time Bill Parcells didn't want the Buccaneers. Now the Buccaneers don't want Parcells.Tampa Bay owner Hugh Culverhouse apparently got even with the former New York Giants coach for rejecting a five-year contract Dec. 28 by deciding yesterday not to reconsider Parcells for the position.Culverhouse, Parcells and their respective lawyers met for 2 1/2 hours near Washington yesterday with most of the discussion centering on why Parcells rejected the Buccaneers' initial $6.5 million deal to become the team's head coach and director of football operations.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Baltimore's National Football League hopes, which seemed to be fading in recent weeks, received new life yesterday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went up for sale and Peter Angelos said he would take up the chase.Officials running the team for the heirs of deceased owner Hugh Culverhouse said they would prefer to sell to someone who would keep the team in Tampa, Fla., but did not make that a condition of sale.Mr. Angelos, majority owner of the Orioles, who is trying to bring an NFL team to Baltimore, said he would renew his offer for the Bucs.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | September 9, 1994
The NFL seems to have two sets of rules at times -- the one on the books and the one the officials actually call in a game.One example has been forbidding defensive backs to bump receivers more than 5 yards off the line of scrimmage.As cornerback Tom Carter found out last year as a rookie with the Washington Redskins, defensive backs were getting a lot of leeway."They weren't enforcing the rule," he said.In an effort to put more scoring into the game, the league decided it would strictly enforce the rule this year and not even allow the defensive backs to touch the receivers after 5 yards.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | September 1, 1994
The trustees running the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for late owner Hugh Culverhouse said yesterday that they are not actively looking for a buyer -- but would accept offers for the team."
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By VITO STELLINO | August 28, 1994
Fasten your seat belt. It's going to be a rocky ride.Baltimore's decade-long quest to get an NFL team to replace the Colts finally will reach a climax in the next few months in a drama that's likely to have more twists and turns than a dime novel.That became the likely scenario last week with three developments that will affect Baltimore's chances of getting a team.The first was the "Save the Rams" campaign presentation to the Los Angeles Rams' executive vice president, John Shaw, that wasn't warmly received.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 9, 1993
TAMPA, Fla. -- Two decades ago, when the late Carroll Rosenbloom was sending out signals that he might be interested in moving the Baltimore Colts here, bumper stickers started appearing in Baltimore with the message: "Don't Tampa With Our Colts."Things have come full circle.Now, football fans here are worried that Baltimore -- or some other city -- might come after the Buccaneers."I have concerns. Yes, definitely, I think it's going to be a sad day if we ever let them go," said Gene Anderson, an accounts manager for a Tampa-based corporation, as he tailgated outside Tampa Stadium last Sunday.
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By George Willis and George Willis,Newsday | January 9, 1992
At one time Bill Parcells didn't want the Buccaneers. Now the Buccaneers don't want Parcells.Tampa Bay owner Hugh Culverhouse apparently got even with the former New York Giants coach for rejecting a five-year contract Dec. 28 by deciding yesterday not to reconsider Parcells for the position.Culverhouse, Parcells and their respective lawyers met for 2 1/2 hours near Washington yesterday with most of the discussion centering on why Parcells rejected the Buccaneers' initial $6.5 million deal to become the team's head coach and director of football operations.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | September 1, 1994
The trustees running the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for late owner Hugh Culverhouse said yesterday that they are not actively looking for a buyer -- but would accept offers for the team."
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Baltimore's National Football League hopes, which seemed to be fading in recent weeks, received new life yesterday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went up for sale and Peter Angelos said he would take up the chase.Officials running the team for the heirs of deceased owner Hugh Culverhouse said they would prefer to sell to someone who would keep the team in Tampa, Fla., but did not make that a condition of sale.Angelos, majority owner of the Orioles, who is trying to bring an NFL team to Baltimore, said he would renew his offer for the Bucs.
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By New York Daily News | January 8, 1992
NEW YORK -- Former New York Giants coach Bill Parcells will meet today with Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Hugh Culverhouse and is expected to finalize the same five-year, $6.5 million deal he walked away from 10 days ago, the New York Daily News has learned from well-placed NFL sources.The dizzying Parcells Sweepstakes took an unexpected turn when Parcells called Culverhouse Sunday to ask back into the Bucs' picture. And this time, it looks like it will get done.Why the change of heart by Parcells?
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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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