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By Gary Myers and Gary Myers,New York Daily News | April 22, 1991
NEW YORK -- The Rocket took the money -- a guaranteed four-year, $18.2 million deal from the Canadian Football League -- and did what he does best. He ran. And who says he's not an impact player. The Rocket caused total chaos in a never-ending first round at yesterday's NFL draft.When Raghib Ismail decided to accept Bruce McNall's offer to play for the Toronto Argonauts in the minor-league-like CFL rather than take Dallas' five-year, $10 million proposal, it threw an already unpredictable draft totally off.And the Rocket was not forgotten yesterday.
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By Gary Myers and Gary Myers,New York Daily News | April 22, 1991
NEW YORK -- The Rocket took the money -- a guaranteed four-year, $18.2 million deal from the Canadian Football League -- and did what he does best. He ran. And who says he's not an impact player. The Rocket caused total chaos in a never-ending first round at yesterday's NFL draft.When Raghib Ismail decided to accept Bruce McNall's offer to play for the Toronto Argonauts in the minor-league-like CFL rather than take Dallas' five-year, $10 million proposal, it threw an already unpredictable draft totally off.And the Rocket was not forgotten yesterday.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 22, 1991
HERNDON, Va. -- Raghib "Rocket" Ismail took the money and ran to Canada, leaving the first round of the annual collegiate draft so scrambled that it took the National Football League teams almost five hours to plod through it yesterday.The Dallas Cowboys, who seemed to pull off a coup Friday when they got the No. 1 pick in the draft from the New England Patriots, were left without Ismail when he signed a record, four-year, $26.2 million deal with the Toronto Argonauts late Saturday night in Los Angeles.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 22, 1991
HERNDON, Va. -- Raghib "Rocket" Ismail took the money and ran to Canada, leaving the first round of the annual collegiate draft so scrambled that it took the National Football League teams almost five hours to plod through it yesterday.The Dallas Cowboys, who seemed to pull off a coup Friday when they got the No. 1 pick in the draft from the New England Patriots, were left without Ismail when he signed a record, four-year, $26.2 million deal with the Toronto Argonauts late Saturday night in Los Angeles.
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By Mike Preston | November 8, 1998
1 The Ravens have to pressure whoever quarterbacks the Raiders, Donald Hollas or Jeff George.2 The Ravens have to control defensive tackles Russell Maryland and Darrell Russell.3 The Ravens have to get a good blend of pass and run and be unpredictable on first down.Pub Date: 11/08/98
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | December 29, 1992
NEW ORLEANS -- It's the greatest honor a University of Miam defensive lineman can receive -- the Green Jacket award. It started with the late Jerome Brown, and was passed on to such greats as Russell Maryland and Rusty Medearis.The Green Jacket now belongs to Miami defensive end Darren Krein.Finally, he feels at home."Jerome wanted to start a tradition, so, each year, the outstanding junior defensive lineman got the green jacket for his senior year," Krein said. "I got it last week.""Now, we've added something else," he said.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 29, 1992
In the last year before unrestricted free agency comes to th NFL, player salaries rose 19.6 percent in 1992, but didn't have a dramatic change on the top of the salary chart.According to a confidential NFL Players Association salary survey, the average salary jumped from $414,900 to $496,300 this year even though quarterback Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins remained the highest-paid player at an average of $4,433,000 per year.The 25th highest-paid player a year ago, Reggie White of the Philadelphia Eagles, earned an average $1,513,000 while this year, the 25th highest-paid player, Neal Anderson of the Chicago Bears, got $1,650,000.
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By VITO STELLINO | November 6, 1995
Eagles (5-3) at Cowboys (7-1)Time: 9 p.m.TV: Chs. 2, 7Line: Cowboys by 14Injuries: Eagles: DT Rhett Hall (lungs), and T Lester Holmes (knee) are out. WR Fred Barnett (thigh) is questionable. Cowboys: C Roy Donaldson (knee and DT Russell Maryland (knee) are questionable. QB Troy Aikman (calf), LB Dixon Edwards (pectoral), DE Charles Haley (back), CB Clayton Holmes (groin), RB Daryl Johnston (groin), DT Leon Lett (biceps), S Brock Marion (thumb), CB Deion Sanders (hamstring), RB Emmitt Smith (shoulder)
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November 7, 1997
BaseballReds: Named Bob Boone senior adviser for player personnel.CollegeAmerica East: Named Towson F Richie Moller to the first team. Towson D Ian Wildey (Towson) was named to second team. Towson F Christie Landi was named to the women's first team. Towson G Kelly Brahy (Elkton) was a first-team field hockey selection. M Caroline Avila was named to the second team.Big South Conference: Selected UMBC M Ted Lawler (Oakland Mills) men's Soccer Player of the Year. UMBC D Reggie Adubofour was named to the first team.
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January 14, 1996
Packers (13-5) at Cowboys (13-4)Site: Texas Stadium, Irving, TexasTime: 4 p.m.TV/Radio: Chs. 45, 5/WBAL (1090 AM)Line: Cowboys by 9Injuries: Packers -- DT Gilbert Brown (knee) is questionable; DE Reggie White (hamstring) is probable. Cowboys -- WR Oronde Gadsden (ankle) is out; DE Charles Haley (back) is questionable; TE Eric Bjornson (abdomen), DT Russell Maryland (foot-toe), TE Jay Novacek (knee), G Larry Allen (wrist), DE Shante Carver (hand), LB Dixon Edwards (pectoral), DT Chad Hennings (Achilles)
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February 22, 1996
BasketballKings: Placed F Michael Smith on injured list. Activated F Byron Houston from injured list.Magic: Activated F David Vaughn from injured list. Placed G Darrell Armstrong on injured list.Pacers: Activated C Dwayne Schintzius. Placed F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall) on injured list.CollegeBridgewater, Va.: Women's basketball coach Laura Mapp will retire at end of season and be replaced by Jean Willi.Georgia: Signed men's basketball coach Tubby Smith (14-8 in first season at school) to six-year contract that could be worth up to $3 million.
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By Vito Stellino | January 23, 1994
Site: Texas Stadium, Irving, TexasTime: 4 p.m.Radio: WBAL (1090 AM)Line: Cowboys by 3 1/2Last game: The Cowboys beat the Green Bay Packers, 27-17, and the 49ers beat the New York Giants, 44-3.Last meeting: The Cowboys beat the 49ers, 26-17, on Oct. 17 as Emmitt Smith carried 27 times for 92 yards.The series: The Cowboys lead the regular-season series, 9-6-1, while the Cowboys have a 4-1 edge in the playoffs.On the sidelines: Jimmy Johnson, in his fifth season, is 49-37 as the Cowboys coach.
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