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September 16, 1993
The Redskins have been hit hard by injuries on the offensive line this season. A look at the injuries and status of each player:* T Jim Lachey (knee) is out for the season.* C Matt Elliott (knee) is out for the season.* T Moe Elewonibi (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia.* G Mark Schlereth (knee) is probable for Sunday.* T Joe Jacoby (knee) is scheduled to start Sunday.
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By Vito Stellino | March 27, 1995
Former coach Joe Gibbs barely would recognize the Washington Redskins these days.Though he resigned just two years ago this month, the Redskins are on the verge of having just one offensive starter (Jim Lachey) from the Gibbs team that beat the Buffalo Bills, 37-24, in Super Bowl XXVI.The two starting guards on that team, Mark Schlereth and Raleigh McKenzie, will be the latest to depart.Schlereth, 29, has agreed to a three-year, $2.4 million deal with the Denver Broncos that included a $600,000 signing bonus, and McKenzie, 32, is ready to sign a two-year, $2.45 million deal with a $700,000 signing bonus with the Philadelphia Eagles.
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By Vito Stellino | March 27, 1995
Former coach Joe Gibbs barely would recognize the Washington Redskins these days.Though he resigned just two years ago this month, the Redskins are on the verge of having just one offensive starter (Jim Lachey) from the Gibbs team that beat the Buffalo Bills, 37-24, in Super Bowl XXVI.The two starting guards on that team, Mark Schlereth and Raleigh McKenzie, will be the latest to depart.Schlereth, 29, has agreed to a three-year, $2.4 million deal with the Denver Broncos that included a $600,000 signing bonus, and McKenzie, 32, is ready to sign a two-year, $2.45 million deal with a $700,000 signing bonus with the Philadelphia Eagles.
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September 16, 1993
The Redskins have been hit hard by injuries on the offensive line this season. A look at the injuries and status of each player:* T Jim Lachey (knee) is out for the season.* C Matt Elliott (knee) is out for the season.* T Moe Elewonibi (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia.* G Mark Schlereth (knee) is probable for Sunday.* T Joe Jacoby (knee) is scheduled to start Sunday.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | August 18, 1993
CARLISLE, Pa. -- There was a time not long ago when Ray Brown and Mo Elewonibi wondered about their futures with the Washington Redskins."We sat around talking about when we were going to get a chance to play and what we'd do when we did get a chance," Brown said yesterday.They will get the answer this season when they team up as the left side of Washington's offensive line."The time is now. It's right up on us now," Brown said.Brown played in only one game in 1990-1991 after being picked up from the Phoenix Cardinals on Plan B in 1989.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | July 29, 1992
CARLISLE, Pa. -- Football is football.Business is business.That's the mantra of the Washington Redskins training camp in the absence of their four holdouts: first-string quarterback (Mark Rypien), their best cornerback (Darrell Green), their best offensive lineman (Jim Lachey) and their first draft pick (Desmond Howard).The players in camp generally support the players holding out and say their absence won't hurt the team's attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champion."I've been around long enough to know this is business," said defensive lineman Charles Mann.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | July 27, 1992
CARLISLE, Pa. -- Joe Gibbs has had better days. The Washington Redskins coach was short on gas and money yesterday.Gibbs' day got off to a bad start when his NASCAR driver, Dale Jarrett, was in the lead in the DieHard 500 in Talladega, Ala., when his car ran out of gas. He wound up 23rd.Then when Gibbs called roll when the veterans were due to report at training camp last night, his quarterback (Mark Rypien), his best defensive back (Darrell Green), his best offensive lineman (Jim Lachey)
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | August 14, 1993
MIAMI -- Ralph Orta had a dream Tuesday night that he was playing for the Washington Redskins."I woke up to the reality that it wasn't there at the time," said the former University of Maryland defensive tackle who was cut by the Redskins at the end of the first week of camp.The dream suddenly became reality for Orta yesterday. He was re-signed by the Redskins and will be in uniform tonight when the Redskins play the Miami Dolphins at Joe Robbie Stadium in their second exhibition game.Hit by a rash of injuries on the defensive line this week, the Redskins decided to bring back Orta.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 24, 1992
ASHBURN, Va. -- In the wake of the Washington Redskins' Super Bowl victory last January, the team's player payroll increased at least $6 million this year, according to a confidential salary survey conducted by the NFL Players Association.The Redskins' payroll jumped from $25.3 million in 1991 to $31.4 million this year, according to the survey, with quarterback Mark Rypien getting the biggest individual increase from $1.25 million to $3 million.It's probably not a coincidence that the four highest-paid players on the team -- Rypien, cornerback Darrell Green, rookie Desmond Howard and offensive lineman Jim Lachey -- are the four players who held out in training camp.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | November 25, 1991
WASHINGTON -- In a town where reality checks are generally a waste of time -- or haven't you noticed the budget deficit recently? -- this one hit like a ton of bricks. Or, if you prefer, a ton of Mark Rypien passes.What could it mean?"I have a hunch," explained Matt Millen, Redskins linebacker and philosopher, "it means we're not going to go unbeaten."That's right. They're not. The Redskins are officially a measly 11-1, which is great unless you're a poet or a sculptor. Nobody writes poems about teams that are 11-1.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | August 18, 1993
CARLISLE, Pa. -- There was a time not long ago when Ray Brown and Mo Elewonibi wondered about their futures with the Washington Redskins."We sat around talking about when we were going to get a chance to play and what we'd do when we did get a chance," Brown said yesterday.They will get the answer this season when they team up as the left side of Washington's offensive line."The time is now. It's right up on us now," Brown said.Brown played in only one game in 1990-1991 after being picked up from the Phoenix Cardinals on Plan B in 1989.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | August 14, 1993
MIAMI -- Ralph Orta had a dream Tuesday night that he was playing for the Washington Redskins."I woke up to the reality that it wasn't there at the time," said the former University of Maryland defensive tackle who was cut by the Redskins at the end of the first week of camp.The dream suddenly became reality for Orta yesterday. He was re-signed by the Redskins and will be in uniform tonight when the Redskins play the Miami Dolphins at Joe Robbie Stadium in their second exhibition game.Hit by a rash of injuries on the defensive line this week, the Redskins decided to bring back Orta.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 24, 1992
ASHBURN, Va. -- In the wake of the Washington Redskins' Super Bowl victory last January, the team's player payroll increased at least $6 million this year, according to a confidential salary survey conducted by the NFL Players Association.The Redskins' payroll jumped from $25.3 million in 1991 to $31.4 million this year, according to the survey, with quarterback Mark Rypien getting the biggest individual increase from $1.25 million to $3 million.It's probably not a coincidence that the four highest-paid players on the team -- Rypien, cornerback Darrell Green, rookie Desmond Howard and offensive lineman Jim Lachey -- are the four players who held out in training camp.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 7, 1992
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- In this era of high-tech, scientific football, the old psychological tricks from Knute Rockne's time still seem to work.At least Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs seems to think they do and the Redskins may have proved it by clobbering the New York Giants, 28-10, yesterday before 62,998 at Giants Stadium.Trying to recover the Super Bowl form of a year ago, Gibbs showed the players the 1991 highlight film called "March to Minneapolis" at their hotel Saturday night.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | August 30, 1992
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Redskins' $26 million holdouts put on a two-bit show last night.Two of the holdouts, quarterback Mark Rypien ($9 million for three years plus $3 million for an option year) and left tackle Jim Lachey ($4.05 million) were obviously rusty as the Redskins were drilled by the Minnesota Vikings, 30-0, at RFK Stadium in the final preseason game for both clubs.Playing his third preseason game, Rypien was intercepted three times and lost the ball a fourth time when it was knocked out of his hands by Chris Doleman.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | July 29, 1992
CARLISLE, Pa. -- Football is football.Business is business.That's the mantra of the Washington Redskins training camp in the absence of their four holdouts: first-string quarterback (Mark Rypien), their best cornerback (Darrell Green), their best offensive lineman (Jim Lachey) and their first draft pick (Desmond Howard).The players in camp generally support the players holding out and say their absence won't hurt the team's attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champion."I've been around long enough to know this is business," said defensive lineman Charles Mann.
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By Ruth Sadler and Ruth Sadler,Staff Writer | March 1, 1992
The Winter Olympics ended last weekend, and the Summer Games are five months away. But there's still time for collectors to get in shape for the Olympics' most popular sport -- pin collecting.Reports from Albertville, France, indicate that more than 1 million pins were traded by 350,000 people at the official pin centers run by Coca-Cola.For those who couldn't make it to France, the International Pin Collectors Club could be the ticket to beginning or augmenting a collection. It was founded in 1980 and has 2,000 members worldwide.
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By Ed Werder and Ed Werder,Orlando Sentinel | January 31, 1992
Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon is up front about the reasons the American Football Conference keeps losing Super Bowls to National Conference teams."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | July 27, 1992
CARLISLE, Pa. -- Joe Gibbs has had better days. The Washington Redskins coach was short on gas and money yesterday.Gibbs' day got off to a bad start when his NASCAR driver, Dale Jarrett, was in the lead in the DieHard 500 in Talladega, Ala., when his car ran out of gas. He wound up 23rd.Then when Gibbs called roll when the veterans were due to report at training camp last night, his quarterback (Mark Rypien), his best defensive back (Darrell Green), his best offensive lineman (Jim Lachey)
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By Ruth Sadler and Ruth Sadler,Staff Writer | March 1, 1992
The Winter Olympics ended last weekend, and the Summer Games are five months away. But there's still time for collectors to get in shape for the Olympics' most popular sport -- pin collecting.Reports from Albertville, France, indicate that more than 1 million pins were traded by 350,000 people at the official pin centers run by Coca-Cola.For those who couldn't make it to France, the International Pin Collectors Club could be the ticket to beginning or augmenting a collection. It was founded in 1980 and has 2,000 members worldwide.
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