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By VITO STELLINO | October 4, 1996
1. Green Bay: Packers are rolling again.2. San Francisco: Elvis is alive and winning for the 49ers.3. Dallas: Uh-oh. The Cowboys are back.4. Indianapolis: Can you believe Colts are the last unbeatens?5. Pittsburgh: Steelers castoffs are good enough for the Ravens.6. Buffalo: Bills always persevere.7. Kansas City: Steve Bono has trouble with baseball infields.8. San Diego: Beathard and Ross are a winning combination.9. Denver: Broncos have discovered a running game.10. Minnesota: Vikings took the Giants too lightly last week.
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By VITO STELLINO | October 18, 1996
1. Green Bay: Even the refs are on the Packers' bandwagon.2. Pittsburgh: Is Maryland on the Steelers' soft schedule?3. San Francisco: 49ers need to get Steve Young back.4. Dallas: Emmitt Smith is helped by Michael Irvin's return.5. Denver: John Elway gets to "dis" Baltimore again.6. Buffalo: Jim Kelly's time has come and gone.7. Miami: Jimmy Johnson's almost as good as he thinks he is.8. Indianapolis: Jim Harbaugh turns winning ugly into an art form.9. Kansas City: Steve Bono's not the answer.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1997
The legal maneuvering over the future of Bill Parcells as a head coach has ended up on commissioner Paul Tagliabue's desk for the second time in a week.Barred from hiring Parcells as a coach or a "comparable position" by Tagliabue last Wednesday, the New York Jets hired him as a "consultant" and future head coach yesterday, and Parcells' longtime aide, Bill Belichick, agreed to fill the head coaching position until Parcells is free to take over.Not surprisingly, the Patriots announced last night that they will take the matter to the NFL office.
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December 30, 1993
BaseballChicago Cubs -- Announced the resignation of Ned Colletti, VP ** of baseball administration, effective Jan. 1.New York Mets -- Named Ron Hopkins scout supervisor for Georgia and northern Florida.BasketballNBA -- Fined Indiana Pacers coach Larry Brown $3,000 for orally abusing referees after the conclusion of the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Dec. 26.Dallas Mavericks -- Waived C Darren Morningstar.Philadelphia 76ers -- Released F Michael Curry.Hartford Hellcats (CBA) -- Fired coach Randy Smith.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | October 3, 1994
CINCINNATI -- This Family Reunion turned ugly.You know the one: The Shula Bowl. History in the making. The first father-vs.-son coaching duel in any major pro sport. Don against Dave. Teacher vs. student. Miami Dolphins at the Cincinnati Bengals in Riverfront Stadium.Final score: Miami 23, Cincinnati 7.Family Feud result: Dad 1, Son 0.Quarterback Dan Marino threw touchdown passes of 11 and 4 yards for the Dolphins, whose conservative offense failed to capitalize on numerous Cincinnati turnovers.
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By Mike Preston | December 17, 1995
Site: Cleveland StadiumTime: 1 p.m.TV/Radio: NoneLine: Bengals by 2Last week: The Browns lost, 27-11, to the Minnesota Vikings. The Bengals beat the Bears, 16-10.Last meeting: The Browns beat the Bengals in overtime, 29-26, at Riverfront Stadium on Oct. 29 for their sixth straight win in the series. Matt Stover's 28-yard field goal 6:30 into overtime was the game-winner.The series: Browns lead, 26-24.On the sidelines: Browns coach Bill Belichick is 7-2 against the Bengals. Cincinnati coach Dave Shula is 1-6 against the Browns.
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January 10, 1991
Baseball Commissioner's Office -- Announced resignation of Donald Marr, chief financial officer.Cincinnati Reds -- Agreed to two-year contract with IF Luis Quinones (.241, 2, 17). Agreed to one-year contracts with C Jeff Reed (.251, 3 HRs, 16 RBI), P Milt Hill, C Glenn Sutko, IF Freddie Benevides, IF Brian Lane and OF Chris Jones.Detroit Tigers -- Named Marty Castillo coach with Class AAA Toledo.Montreal Expos -- Announced that free-agent P Dave Schmidt (3-3, 4.31 ERA, 13 saves) had decided not to sign with club and would not be eligible to do so until May 1.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed IF Curtis Wilkerson (.220, 0 HRs, 16 RBI for Chicago Cubs)
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August 31, 1996
Coming to BaltimoreOakland Raiders1995 record: 8-8, tied for third in AFC WestWhen: Sept. 1, 1 p.m.Browns series history: 4-8Last season: Did not meetCoach: Mike WhiteTop players: Tim Brown, WR (89 receptions, 1,342 yards, 10 TDs); Terry McDaniel, CB (6 interceptions, 1 TD)New Orleans Saints1995 record: 7-9, tied for third in NFC WestWhen: Sept. 29, 1 p.m.Browns series history: 9-3Last season: Did not meetCoach: Jim MoraTop players: Willie Roaf, OT; Jim Everett, QB (345-for-567, 3,970 yards, 26 TDs)
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1996
Dave Shula and Jim Mora, two coaches with ties to Baltimore, yesterday became the first two NFL coaches to depart on the same day during the regular season.Shula, who lived in Baltimore for seven years in the 1960s when his father was the head coach of the Colts, played a year for the Colts and was attending law school in Baltimore when his father recruited him as a coach in 1982, was fired as the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals.The dismissal came two weeks before he was scheduled to return to Baltimore to coach the Bengals against the Ravens.
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