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By Hartford Courant | November 26, 1992
It's time to think about time again, as we flip through the 1993 crop of wall calendars -- the gorgeous and the goofy, the exotic and the erotic, the politically correct and the anatomically correct.What, or who, do you want to stare at for 30 days at a clip? Claudia Schiffer? NFL bods? Aaaah-nuld? Outhouses? Cute cats? New England barns? New England seasons? New England's coastline? Scottish castles? Albert Einstein? Beer bottles?No problem.As for trends, artists are as hot as ever, and it looks like another banner year for Monet, Matisse, Georgia O'Keeffe (has anyone else seen one too many of her bawdy flowers?
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By BILL DWYRE | April 22, 2011
To properly know who Ronnie Lott is, and what he has become, it is important to know who he was. Also, it needs to be established that Lott will be 52 on May 8, which makes him, in the ongoing discussion of the long-term impact of NFL injuries, a tweener. He is between the days when the crippling hits occurred and the days they actually become crippling. He says he expects to really feel them in his 60s. "I know what's coming," Lott says. This is a hard subject for Lott because he is a hard guy. Raised in a military family and moving around as a child, he was perhaps the best football player to come out of Fontana, Calif., and Eisenhower High.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2000
ATLANTA -- In a throwback to the era of dynasties in the NFL, three key figures on two of the sport's greatest dynasties were selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame yesterday. Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott, the offensive and defensive heart of the San Francisco 49ers teams that won four Super Bowls in the 1980s, were elected along with Dan Rooney, the president of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who won four Super Bowls in the 1970s. Their teams were among the best ever and are being matched by NFL Films in the Millenium Bowl, the second half of which will be shown on ESPN2 tomorrow night.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2000
ATLANTA -- In a throwback to the era of dynasties in the NFL, three key figures on two of the sport's greatest dynasties were selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame yesterday. Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott, the offensive and defensive heart of the San Francisco 49ers teams that won four Super Bowls in the 1980s, were elected along with Dan Rooney, the president of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who won four Super Bowls in the 1970s. Their teams were among the best ever and are being matched by NFL Films in the Millenium Bowl, the second half of which will be shown on ESPN2 tomorrow night.
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By BILL DWYRE | April 22, 2011
To properly know who Ronnie Lott is, and what he has become, it is important to know who he was. Also, it needs to be established that Lott will be 52 on May 8, which makes him, in the ongoing discussion of the long-term impact of NFL injuries, a tweener. He is between the days when the crippling hits occurred and the days they actually become crippling. He says he expects to really feel them in his 60s. "I know what's coming," Lott says. This is a hard subject for Lott because he is a hard guy. Raised in a military family and moving around as a child, he was perhaps the best football player to come out of Fontana, Calif., and Eisenhower High.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- LaMont Jordan is loving every minute of his new-found football fame at Maryland.The junior running back's eyes light up at the sudden All-America talk.He thrives on the triple-threat tag.He is excited about being among the nation's leaders in scoring, all-purpose yards and rushing.The 5-foot-11, 220-pound standout enjoys being a role model for the children around Byrd Stadium who follow him after home games and ask for autographs."I'm a kid at heart," Jordan said. "I like to wrestle and play around with little kids.
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By Ken Murray | November 14, 1991
Malcolm Glazer says he's a traditionalist. When it comes to a new Baltimore football stadium, that would mean an open air facility, grass field and the unpredictability of Mother Nature.What it also would mean, if the head of First Allied Corp. is named owner of an NFL expansion team here, is no dome."I like tradition," Glazer said recently. "I think people like different climates. A sterile 72 degrees with lights is a little too sterile for me. I like it where you don't know what the weather will be."
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April 2, 1991
Running back Roger Craig yesterday became the second prominent Plan B free agent from the San Francisco 49ers to sign with the Los Angeles Raiders.Craig, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, will rejoin longtime San Francisco teammate Ronnie Lott, a nine-time Pro Bowl defensive back who signed with the Raiders eight days earlier.* BROWNS: Joe Morris, a two-time Pro Bowl running back with the New York Giants who did not play last season, was among 10 players who signed with Cleveland.Morris suffered a broken foot in New York's last preseason game in 1989, was placed on injured reserve and missed the entire season.
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March 26, 1991
BASEBALL American League * Chicago White Sox -- Optioned Norberto Martin (second baseman) to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League.* Cleveland Indians -- Optioned Jeff Shaw and Mauro Gozzo (pitchers) to Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. Waived Sergio Valdez (pitcher) for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.* Texas Rangers -- Sent Kevin Belcher (outfielder), Monty Fariss (infielder) and Bill Haselman (catcher) to Oklahoma City of the American Association; and Gary Mielke (pitcher)
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March 9, 1993
BasketballNBA -- Fined Dallas Mavericks G Derek Harper $5,000 for a flagrant foul against the Houston Rockets' Winston Garland on Friday night.Dallas Mavericks -- Signed G Morlon Wiley for the rest of the season.Washington Bullets -- Signed G Larry Robinson to a 10-day contract.CollegesOral Roberts -- Named Bill Self men's basketball coach. Promoted associate athletic director Bob Brooks to athletic director. Named Cletus Green women's basketball coach.Wyoming -- Announced the resignation of Benny Dees, men's basketball coach, to take the same position at Western Carolina.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 16, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- LaMont Jordan is loving every minute of his new-found football fame at Maryland.The junior running back's eyes light up at the sudden All-America talk.He thrives on the triple-threat tag.He is excited about being among the nation's leaders in scoring, all-purpose yards and rushing.The 5-foot-11, 220-pound standout enjoys being a role model for the children around Byrd Stadium who follow him after home games and ask for autographs."I'm a kid at heart," Jordan said. "I like to wrestle and play around with little kids.
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By Hartford Courant | November 26, 1992
It's time to think about time again, as we flip through the 1993 crop of wall calendars -- the gorgeous and the goofy, the exotic and the erotic, the politically correct and the anatomically correct.What, or who, do you want to stare at for 30 days at a clip? Claudia Schiffer? NFL bods? Aaaah-nuld? Outhouses? Cute cats? New England barns? New England seasons? New England's coastline? Scottish castles? Albert Einstein? Beer bottles?No problem.As for trends, artists are as hot as ever, and it looks like another banner year for Monet, Matisse, Georgia O'Keeffe (has anyone else seen one too many of her bawdy flowers?
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By Ken Murray | November 14, 1991
Malcolm Glazer says he's a traditionalist. When it comes to a new Baltimore football stadium, that would mean an open air facility, grass field and the unpredictability of Mother Nature.What it also would mean, if the head of First Allied Corp. is named owner of an NFL expansion team here, is no dome."I like tradition," Glazer said recently. "I think people like different climates. A sterile 72 degrees with lights is a little too sterile for me. I like it where you don't know what the weather will be."
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2012
Ed Reed's interview on 105.7 The Fan last night rambled on for more than 20 entertaining minutes, so there were a few interesting comments that couldn't be squeezed into my story published in Thursday's newspaper . Reed on fans who criticized him on Twitter: "The fact of the matter is that people don't understand that football players are regular people just like them. And half of them don't understand the business. And most of them just want you to entertain them. There's a lot of good fans out there, but there's also a lot of bad -- I don't want to say bad people, but a lot of people who just want to try to get on your nerves and stuff like that, man. I'm not the kind of person to hold my tongue.
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December 24, 1991
FIRST TEAM OffenseWide receivers -- Michael Irvin, Dallas, Haywood Jeffires, Houston.Tight end -- Marv Cook, New England.Tackles -- Mike Kenn, Atlanta, Jim Lachey, Washington.Guards -- Steve Wisniewski, Los Angeles Raiders, Mike Munchak, Houston.Center -- Kent Hull, Buffalo.Quarterback -- Jim Kelly, Buffalo.Running backs -- Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, Barry Sanders, Detroit.Place-kicker -- Jeff Jaeger, Los Angeles Raiders.Kick returner -- Mel Gray, Detroit.DefenseEnds -- Reggie White, Philadelphia, Clyde Simmons, Philadelphia.
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