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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- The New England Patriots want to match wide receiver Terry Glenn with Green Bay Packers cornerback Craig Newsome.The Patriots can't wait. It's bombs away at Newsome, who has a similar playing style to that of Dallas Cowboys cornerback Deion Sanders. But there is one glaring difference: Sanders has great speed, Newsome average."Newsome likes to get in a receiver's face and jam him at the line of scrimmage," Patriots backup quarterback Scott Zolak said. "He likes to break the timing of routes.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN REPORTER | November 15, 2005
PHILADELPHIA -- The meltdown of the Philadelphia Eagles continued last night when they lost a game, a quarterback and perhaps a season. Giving up two touchdowns just 21 seconds apart in the fourth quarter, the defending NFC champions dropped a stunning 21-20 decision to the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field. Down 20-7, the Cowboys launched their improbable comeback with 3:44 left in the game. Quarterback Drew Bledsoe finished off a four-play drive with a 20-yard touchdown pass to Terry Glenn to make it a one-possession game.
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By Ken Murray | October 13, 2002
POWER RANKINGS Team Ken Murray's comment 1. Oakland (1) Won 11 of past 12 vs. NFC teams. 2. Miami (4) 4-0 vs. Mike Shanahan in regular season. 3. Denver (6) Clinton Portis lasted until the second round. 4. San Francisco (7) 49ers exorcised ghost of their Rams' past. 5. New England (3) Tom Brady vs. Brett Favre. 6. Philadelphia (2) Donovan McNabb needs the bye the most. 7. Green Bay (13) Terry Glenn goes back to Foxboro. 8. New Orleans (11) All four wins against 2001 playoff teams.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2004
LANDOVER - The Cowboys held on last night to edge the Redskins, 21-18, after Washington completed a 46-yard pass play to the Dallas 23 but, having used all its timeouts, ran out of time to kick a potential game-tying field goal. The Redskins made it close earlier in the fourth quarter on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Mark Brunell to Rod Gardner. Dallas had scored earlier in the quarter on a 26-yard touchdown pass from running back Richie Anderson to Terry Glenn. The Cowboys scored first after Washington cornerback Walt Harris was called for a 40-yard pass interference penalty for grabbing receiver Terry Glenn, placing the ball on the Washington 1. Eddie George bulled in for the score on the next play with 4:01 left in the first quarter.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2004
LANDOVER - The Cowboys held on last night to edge the Redskins, 21-18, after Washington completed a 46-yard pass play to the Dallas 23 but, having used all its timeouts, ran out of time to kick a potential game-tying field goal. The Redskins made it close earlier in the fourth quarter on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Mark Brunell to Rod Gardner. Dallas had scored earlier in the quarter on a 26-yard touchdown pass from running back Richie Anderson to Terry Glenn. The Cowboys scored first after Washington cornerback Walt Harris was called for a 40-yard pass interference penalty for grabbing receiver Terry Glenn, placing the ball on the Washington 1. Eddie George bulled in for the score on the next play with 4:01 left in the first quarter.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 3, 2004
NFC wild card Dallas (10-6) at Carolina (11-5) Time: 8. TV: Chs. 2, 7. Line: Panthers by 3. Record vs. spread: Cowboys 9-6-1, Panthers 6-10. Series: Cowboys lead 4-2. Last meeting: Cowboys won, 24-20, on Nov. 23 in Dallas. Story line: Bill Parcells guided the Cowboys to their first playoff appearance since 1999, becoming the first NFL coach to lead four teams into postseason play. It's a different story for Carolina's John Fox, who is making his playoff head-coaching debut. During the regular season, the Panthers won seven games by three points or fewer.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN REPORTER | November 15, 2005
PHILADELPHIA -- The meltdown of the Philadelphia Eagles continued last night when they lost a game, a quarterback and perhaps a season. Giving up two touchdowns just 21 seconds apart in the fourth quarter, the defending NFC champions dropped a stunning 21-20 decision to the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field. Down 20-7, the Cowboys launched their improbable comeback with 3:44 left in the game. Quarterback Drew Bledsoe finished off a four-play drive with a 20-yard touchdown pass to Terry Glenn to make it a one-possession game.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN STAFF | January 27, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- He was, at once, dazzling and perplexing. From series to series, sometimes from play to play, he combined pinpoint passes with terrible decisions and strange throws, all of which added up to the puzzling inconsistency that continues to dog New England quarterback Drew Bledsoe,When the Patriots review their 35-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXI, they surely cannot hang all of the blame on their young, star, somewhat enigmatic passer.After...
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1997
New England Patriots coach Bill Parcells is probably working on running back Curtis Martin's psyche again.Parcells, as well as running backs coach Maurice Carthon, did a pretty good number on Martin last week. They told him he looked a little slow and didn't make the cuts and big plays the way he had a year ago when he won the Associated Press and Pro Football Writers' Association Rookie of the Year honors.Martin responded with 166 yards rushing, including touchdown runs of 78, 23 and 2 yards in the Patriots' 28-3 AFC semifinal win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Foxboro Stadium last Sunday.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1996
A look of concern came over Ravens safety Eric Turner's face when New England quarterback Drew Bledsoe became the subject of conversation.After an uneven performance throughout September, the Ravens begin another critical month -- which includes back-to-back road games against Indianapolis and Denver -- by welcoming Bledsoe and the Patriots to Memorial Stadium on Sunday. For the Ravens' defense, that means contending with the most dangerous array of weapons they have faced so far in 1996.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 3, 2004
NFC wild card Dallas (10-6) at Carolina (11-5) Time: 8. TV: Chs. 2, 7. Line: Panthers by 3. Record vs. spread: Cowboys 9-6-1, Panthers 6-10. Series: Cowboys lead 4-2. Last meeting: Cowboys won, 24-20, on Nov. 23 in Dallas. Story line: Bill Parcells guided the Cowboys to their first playoff appearance since 1999, becoming the first NFL coach to lead four teams into postseason play. It's a different story for Carolina's John Fox, who is making his playoff head-coaching debut. During the regular season, the Panthers won seven games by three points or fewer.
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By Ken Murray | October 13, 2002
POWER RANKINGS Team Ken Murray's comment 1. Oakland (1) Won 11 of past 12 vs. NFC teams. 2. Miami (4) 4-0 vs. Mike Shanahan in regular season. 3. Denver (6) Clinton Portis lasted until the second round. 4. San Francisco (7) 49ers exorcised ghost of their Rams' past. 5. New England (3) Tom Brady vs. Brett Favre. 6. Philadelphia (2) Donovan McNabb needs the bye the most. 7. Green Bay (13) Terry Glenn goes back to Foxboro. 8. New Orleans (11) All four wins against 2001 playoff teams.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN STAFF | January 27, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- He was, at once, dazzling and perplexing. From series to series, sometimes from play to play, he combined pinpoint passes with terrible decisions and strange throws, all of which added up to the puzzling inconsistency that continues to dog New England quarterback Drew Bledsoe,When the Patriots review their 35-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXI, they surely cannot hang all of the blame on their young, star, somewhat enigmatic passer.After...
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- The New England Patriots want to match wide receiver Terry Glenn with Green Bay Packers cornerback Craig Newsome.The Patriots can't wait. It's bombs away at Newsome, who has a similar playing style to that of Dallas Cowboys cornerback Deion Sanders. But there is one glaring difference: Sanders has great speed, Newsome average."Newsome likes to get in a receiver's face and jam him at the line of scrimmage," Patriots backup quarterback Scott Zolak said. "He likes to break the timing of routes.
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By John Eisenberg | January 22, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- Terry Glenn was sitting in his room at training camp last summer, nursing the sore hamstring that had delayed the start of his career with the New England Patriots, when a teammate came by with the news.Bill Parcells, the Patriots' coach, had referred to Glenn as "she" in answering a reporter's question."I thought it was a joke at first," Glenn said yesterday at an interview session in advance of Sunday's Super Bowl between the Patriots and Green Bay Packers.It was no joke.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1997
New England Patriots coach Bill Parcells is probably working on running back Curtis Martin's psyche again.Parcells, as well as running backs coach Maurice Carthon, did a pretty good number on Martin last week. They told him he looked a little slow and didn't make the cuts and big plays the way he had a year ago when he won the Associated Press and Pro Football Writers' Association Rookie of the Year honors.Martin responded with 166 yards rushing, including touchdown runs of 78, 23 and 2 yards in the Patriots' 28-3 AFC semifinal win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Foxboro Stadium last Sunday.
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By John Eisenberg | January 22, 1997
NEW ORLEANS -- Terry Glenn was sitting in his room at training camp last summer, nursing the sore hamstring that had delayed the start of his career with the New England Patriots, when a teammate came by with the news.Bill Parcells, the Patriots' coach, had referred to Glenn as "she" in answering a reporter's question."I thought it was a joke at first," Glenn said yesterday at an interview session in advance of Sunday's Super Bowl between the Patriots and Green Bay Packers.It was no joke.
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October 15, 2001
Football Bears: Waived QB Shane Matthews. Signed LS Ryan Benjamin. Patriots: Activated WR Terry Glenn. Hockey Bruins: Claimed D Jamie Rivers off waivers from Senators.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1996
A look of concern came over Ravens safety Eric Turner's face when New England quarterback Drew Bledsoe became the subject of conversation.After an uneven performance throughout September, the Ravens begin another critical month -- which includes back-to-back road games against Indianapolis and Denver -- by welcoming Bledsoe and the Patriots to Memorial Stadium on Sunday. For the Ravens' defense, that means contending with the most dangerous array of weapons they have faced so far in 1996.
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