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By Fort Worth-Star Telegram | September 26, 1990
IRVING, Texas -- For Steve Walsh, yesterday was Emancipation Day, Independence Day and Draft Day, all balled into one long-awaited transfer from the Dallas Cowboys to his personal Mardi Gras with the New Orleans Saints."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1999
Quarterback Stoney Case could not believe the turn his professional life had just taken. As Peyton Manning's backup, he had completed his first preseason effort with the Indianapolis Colts with a solid effort, connecting on five of six passes and showing good scrambling ability.No matter. Case, who had signed a two-year deal with the Colts and collected a $500,000 signing bonus, found out last Wednesday that Indianapolis was cutting him to make room for newly acquired backup Steve Walsh. With that, Case signed a one-year deal with the Ravens, with whom he practiced for the first time yesterday.
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By Mike Fisher and Mike Fisher,Fort Worth-Star Telegram | September 21, 1990
IRVING, Texas -- The Steve Walsh auction is beginning. And if the Los Angeles Raiders complete a deal to acquire holdout quarterback Bobby Hebert from New Orleans, the Saints -- and Walsh -- are poised for the auction to reach a happy ending.Trade talks that began two months ago were stirred up again Wednesday and yesterday when Saints president Jim Finks contacted Dallas owner Jerry Jones about the possibility of acquiring Walsh, the Cowboys' 23-year-old, second-year quarterback."I've never pushed for a trade," said Walsh, dissatisfied with his role behind starter Troy Aikman.
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August 30, 1996
1. Dallas: Still the best if it ever get its team on the field.2. San Francisco: The 49ers have everything but a running back.3. Green Bay: The Packers are the popular choice this year.4. Buffalo: This is a last-hurrah year for the Bills' old guard.5. Pittsburgh: The quarterback is the big question mark.6. Kansas City: The Chiefs will be the regular-season champions.7. Detroit: Lions would be even better with a real coach.8. Atlanta: Jeff George is playing for a big contract.9. New England: Bill Parcells will go out a winner.
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August 30, 1996
1. Dallas: Still the best if it ever get its team on the field.2. San Francisco: The 49ers have everything but a running back.3. Green Bay: The Packers are the popular choice this year.4. Buffalo: This is a last-hurrah year for the Bills' old guard.5. Pittsburgh: The quarterback is the big question mark.6. Kansas City: The Chiefs will be the regular-season champions.7. Detroit: Lions would be even better with a real coach.8. Atlanta: Jeff George is playing for a big contract.9. New England: Bill Parcells will go out a winner.
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September 26, 1990
Saints get Walsh for high picksThe New Orleans Saints, with one quarterback, Bobby Hebert, a no-show and John Fourcade struggling, traded their Nos. 1 and 3 choices in 1991 and a No. 2 pick in 1992 yesterday to get Steve Walsh from the Dallas Cowboys. To make room for Walsh, the Saints cut backup quarterback Tommy Kramer, signed during training camp after the Minnesota Vikings had left him unprotected under Plan B.Coach Jim Mora said Fourcade will remain No. 1 on the depth chart for now. After two losses, the Saints defeated the Phoenix Cardinals, 28-7, Sunday when Fourcade threw his first touchdown pass of the season.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 11, 1991
NEW ORLEANS -- Wide receiver Jerry Rice, a key member of the team that has dominated the NFC West for much of the past decade, tried to remain positive after the San Francisco 49ers lost to the New Orleans Saints yesterday, 10-3, to fall to 4-6."It's tough, but it's also a challenge to work your way out of this and get back into that winning tradition again," Rice said. "You've got to keep your head up. If we have to fight to the end, it's all about that."With third-string quarterback Steve Bono, the 49ers fought to the end in a far-from-artistic game against the division-leading Saints (9-1)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1999
Quarterback Stoney Case could not believe the turn his professional life had just taken. As Peyton Manning's backup, he had completed his first preseason effort with the Indianapolis Colts with a solid effort, connecting on five of six passes and showing good scrambling ability.No matter. Case, who had signed a two-year deal with the Colts and collected a $500,000 signing bonus, found out last Wednesday that Indianapolis was cutting him to make room for newly acquired backup Steve Walsh. With that, Case signed a one-year deal with the Ravens, with whom he practiced for the first time yesterday.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | December 17, 1993
The NFL's glamour position has become a faceless one.Todd Philcox. Jason Garrett. Cary Conklin. T. J. Rubley.Who are these masked men?"Bodies, and there just aren't enough of them to go around," said Leigh Steinberg, agent for Troy Aikman, Steve Young, Warren Moon and a number of other NFL quarterbacks. "There haven't been a lot of good quarterback prospects in recent years."Veteran backups haven't been dazzling this season, either. From the league that once brought you Earl Morrall, George Blanda and Don Strock, you now get Bubby Brister, Vince Evans, Ken O'Brien and Jim McMahon.
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By Sun staff writer Ken Murray | August 29, 1997
Ten acquisitions who won't make a difference:Bears QB Rick Mirer (Seahawks, trade): Steadily playing his way out of the league. Starting season on bench.Saints QB Heath Shuler (Redskins, trade): Wrong place for an unproven quarterback.Bears CB Tom Carter (Redskins): Not aggressive or physical enough.Chiefs WR Andre Rison (Packers): It always ends the same way for Andre.Lions FB Tommy Vardell (49ers): Barry Sanders needs a blocker, not a pass catcher.Colts DE Al Fontenot (Bears): Just 12 sacks in four years in Chicago.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | December 17, 1993
The NFL's glamour position has become a faceless one.Todd Philcox. Jason Garrett. Cary Conklin. T. J. Rubley.Who are these masked men?"Bodies, and there just aren't enough of them to go around," said Leigh Steinberg, agent for Troy Aikman, Steve Young, Warren Moon and a number of other NFL quarterbacks. "There haven't been a lot of good quarterback prospects in recent years."Veteran backups haven't been dazzling this season, either. From the league that once brought you Earl Morrall, George Blanda and Don Strock, you now get Bubby Brister, Vince Evans, Ken O'Brien and Jim McMahon.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 11, 1991
NEW ORLEANS -- Wide receiver Jerry Rice, a key member of the team that has dominated the NFC West for much of the past decade, tried to remain positive after the San Francisco 49ers lost to the New Orleans Saints yesterday, 10-3, to fall to 4-6."It's tough, but it's also a challenge to work your way out of this and get back into that winning tradition again," Rice said. "You've got to keep your head up. If we have to fight to the end, it's all about that."With third-string quarterback Steve Bono, the 49ers fought to the end in a far-from-artistic game against the division-leading Saints (9-1)
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September 26, 1990
Saints get Walsh for high picksThe New Orleans Saints, with one quarterback, Bobby Hebert, a no-show and John Fourcade struggling, traded their Nos. 1 and 3 choices in 1991 and a No. 2 pick in 1992 yesterday to get Steve Walsh from the Dallas Cowboys. To make room for Walsh, the Saints cut backup quarterback Tommy Kramer, signed during training camp after the Minnesota Vikings had left him unprotected under Plan B.Coach Jim Mora said Fourcade will remain No. 1 on the depth chart for now. After two losses, the Saints defeated the Phoenix Cardinals, 28-7, Sunday when Fourcade threw his first touchdown pass of the season.
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By Fort Worth-Star Telegram | September 26, 1990
IRVING, Texas -- For Steve Walsh, yesterday was Emancipation Day, Independence Day and Draft Day, all balled into one long-awaited transfer from the Dallas Cowboys to his personal Mardi Gras with the New Orleans Saints."
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By Mike Fisher and Mike Fisher,Fort Worth-Star Telegram | September 21, 1990
IRVING, Texas -- The Steve Walsh auction is beginning. And if the Los Angeles Raiders complete a deal to acquire holdout quarterback Bobby Hebert from New Orleans, the Saints -- and Walsh -- are poised for the auction to reach a happy ending.Trade talks that began two months ago were stirred up again Wednesday and yesterday when Saints president Jim Finks contacted Dallas owner Jerry Jones about the possibility of acquiring Walsh, the Cowboys' 23-year-old, second-year quarterback."I've never pushed for a trade," said Walsh, dissatisfied with his role behind starter Troy Aikman.
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October 16, 2003
On October 12, 2003, SHIRLEY ANN WALSH; beloved wife of William S. Walsh; loving step-mother of William G. Walsh, Robert A. Walsh and his wife Jackie, and Steve P. Walsh and his wife Sherrie; grandmother of Robby, Kristina, Bradley, Christopher, and Samantha Walsh; beloved daughter of Joseph and Mary Finn; sister of Jospeh Finn. A funeral liturgy will be held at St. Ursula Church, 8801 Harford Rd., Parkville, on Saturday at 9am. Interment Gardens of Faith. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her name to St. Ursula School, 8900 Harford Rd., Parkville, MD 21234.
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January 15, 2006
For The Record The quiz BEEN HIBERNATING -- The Bears haven't won a playoff game since defeating the Vikings, 35-18, on Jan. 1, 1995. Who completed 15 of 23 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns in that victory? Answer below Moves Baseball ANGELS -- Agreed to terms with OF Chone Figgins on three-year, $10.5 million contract. Agreed to terms with OF Juan Rivera on two-year, $3.5 million contract. DIAMONDBACKS -- Agreed to terms with C Johnny Estrada on one-year, $2 million contract.
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