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January 21, 2000
Baseball Braves: Agreed to minor-league contract with OF Trenidad Hubbard (.314, 1 HR in 82 games with Dodgers). Mets: Signed free-agent OF Curtis Pride (Silver Spring) to minor-league contract; invited him to spring training. Pro basketball Bulls: Signed G Chris Carr to second 10-day contract. Released G Dedric Willoughby. College NAIA: Barred Wilberforce men's basketball team from NAIA postseason this season and next for using academically ineligible players. Michigan State: Women's basketball coach Karen Langeland (369-282 in 24 seasons)
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By Megan Manfull and Megan Manfull,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 14, 2002
HOUSTON - David Carr would prefer to count how many times he has stood up rather than how many times he has been sacked. That makes the approaching record sound a little more appealing. Opponents have constantly pummeled the Houston Texans' quarterback in his rookie campaign, but Carr always remains the optimist. He has absorbed 68 sacks, and with three games remaining, including tomorrow's matchup against the Ravens, he will surely surpass the NFL sack record of 72, set by Randall Cunningham in 1986.
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January 20, 2001
Baseball Mariners: Signed 2B Carlos Baerga to minor-league contract with invitation to spring training. Mets: Designated IF Desi Relaford for assignment to make room on 40-man roster for P Rick Croushore. Phillies: Agreed to $1.7 million, two-year contract with P Chris Brock after they had exchanged arbitration figures of $845,000 and $610,000 Thursday. Red Sox: Signed IF Craig Grebeck to minor-league contract with invitation to spring training. Basketball Knicks: Activated C Felton Spencer.
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September 8, 2002
Today Arizona at Washington CARDINALS: Out: T Anthony Clement (arm); S Adrian Wilson (shoulder). Probable: C Mike Gruttadauria (neck). REDSKINS: Out: LB Antonio Pierce (ankle); TE Walter Rasby (knee). Probable: DT Daryl Gardener (back); DE Otis Leverette (knee); LB Eddie Mason (shoulder); T Chris Samuels (ankle). Atlanta at Green Bay FALCONS: Out: LB Chris Draft (hamstring); LB Will Overstreet (shoulder). Doubtful: DE Travis Hall (groin/abdomen); LB Mark Simoneau (groin); LB Artie Ulmer (knee)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | April 15, 1997
In Sandusky, Ohio, a blue-collar town of 35,000 halfway between Cleveland and Toledo and smack up against Lake Erie, Orlando Pace already is larger than life.Who among those 35,000 doesn't know of the storybook high school career Pace enjoyed at Sandusky High in the early '90s as a two-sport star and all-around good guy?Or his legendary, three-year football reign at Ohio State, where he did not give up a single sack his last two seasons as the Buckeyes' left tackle, and only one overall?Or the fact that come Saturday's NFL draft, Pace will be minted as one of the league's newest millionaires, fitted instantly for a starting job and measured against the greatest tackles ever to play the game?
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January 15, 2000
AFC divisional Miami (10-7) at Jacksonville (14-2) Time: 12: 35 p.m. TV: Chs. 13, 9. Line: Jaguars by 8. Vs. spread: Dolphins 7-10. Jaguars 8-7. Vs. common opponents: Dolphins 2-2. Jaguars 2-2. Last week: Dolphins beat Seahawks, 20-17, in wild-card game. Jaguars had a bye. Series: Jaguars lead 1-0. Last meeting: Jaguars won, 28-21, on Oct. 12, 1998, at Jacksonville. Worth watching: Jaguars QB Mark Brunell says he's recovered from a bruised knee, but the Dolphins are sure to test it. Can Dolphins DE Trace Armstrong come up with another three-sack game?
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2001
Having to watch Tennessee Titans end Jevon Kearse beat All-Pro Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli must be at least disconcerting to some linemen, downright frightening to others. Ravens tackle Jonathan Ogden, who will face Kearse this week, had his own view after watching tape of the matchup between Kearse and Boselli on film. "He played well, but I don't look at how he does against other people," Ogden said. "I just go out there and do my game. I know he's going to come ready to play, and I'm going to come ready to play.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 28, 1997
When Jacksonville Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin was trying to decide whether to make Tony Boselli the first draft pick in the history of the franchise in 1995, he took him to dinner and spent hours probing his background and personality.Coughlin came away liking what he heard."The key for me was the maturity he had that was beyond his years; the poise, the attitude. Tony brought a lot to the table," he said.His fiancee, Angi, who's now his wife, also enjoyed the interview, because she found out things about Boselli she hadn't known.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | January 10, 2000
The NFL playoffs will come to pass in St. Louis on Sunday. At every other second-round sight, the teams most likely will come to run. When the No. 1-seeded St. Louis Rams play host to the No. 4 Minnesota Vikings in a much-anticipated NFC showdown of the offensive elite, the passing game figures to carry the day. But divisional games at Jacksonville, Indianapolis and Tampa could very well be decided by which team has the better running game. While there are some novice quarterbacks in this year's tournament -- three have yet to appear in a postseason game and three others debuted this weekend -- there are several outstanding running backs.
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By Bart Hubbuch and Bart Hubbuch,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 24, 2001
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Tom Coughlin just wants to coach. Give him 22 players, a football and an empty field somewhere, and the Jacksonville Jaguars' head coach says he would be a serenely happy man. Coaching the game is something Coughlin does well. The Jaguars have proved to be the most successful expansion franchise in NFL history on his watch, already making four playoff appearances and two trips to the AFC championship game in their first six years of existence. It's everything else about the job - from the draft to free agency to player relations to the salary cap - that gives Coughlin fits.
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By Bart Hubbuch and Bart Hubbuch,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 24, 2001
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Tom Coughlin just wants to coach. Give him 22 players, a football and an empty field somewhere, and the Jacksonville Jaguars' head coach says he would be a serenely happy man. Coaching the game is something Coughlin does well. The Jaguars have proved to be the most successful expansion franchise in NFL history on his watch, already making four playoff appearances and two trips to the AFC championship game in their first six years of existence. It's everything else about the job - from the draft to free agency to player relations to the salary cap - that gives Coughlin fits.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2001
Having to watch Tennessee Titans end Jevon Kearse beat All-Pro Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli must be at least disconcerting to some linemen, downright frightening to others. Ravens tackle Jonathan Ogden, who will face Kearse this week, had his own view after watching tape of the matchup between Kearse and Boselli on film. "He played well, but I don't look at how he does against other people," Ogden said. "I just go out there and do my game. I know he's going to come ready to play, and I'm going to come ready to play.
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January 20, 2001
Baseball Mariners: Signed 2B Carlos Baerga to minor-league contract with invitation to spring training. Mets: Designated IF Desi Relaford for assignment to make room on 40-man roster for P Rick Croushore. Phillies: Agreed to $1.7 million, two-year contract with P Chris Brock after they had exchanged arbitration figures of $845,000 and $610,000 Thursday. Red Sox: Signed IF Craig Grebeck to minor-league contract with invitation to spring training. Basketball Knicks: Activated C Felton Spencer.
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January 21, 2000
Baseball Braves: Agreed to minor-league contract with OF Trenidad Hubbard (.314, 1 HR in 82 games with Dodgers). Mets: Signed free-agent OF Curtis Pride (Silver Spring) to minor-league contract; invited him to spring training. Pro basketball Bulls: Signed G Chris Carr to second 10-day contract. Released G Dedric Willoughby. College NAIA: Barred Wilberforce men's basketball team from NAIA postseason this season and next for using academically ineligible players. Michigan State: Women's basketball coach Karen Langeland (369-282 in 24 seasons)
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January 15, 2000
AFC divisional Miami (10-7) at Jacksonville (14-2) Time: 12: 35 p.m. TV: Chs. 13, 9. Line: Jaguars by 8. Vs. spread: Dolphins 7-10. Jaguars 8-7. Vs. common opponents: Dolphins 2-2. Jaguars 2-2. Last week: Dolphins beat Seahawks, 20-17, in wild-card game. Jaguars had a bye. Series: Jaguars lead 1-0. Last meeting: Jaguars won, 28-21, on Oct. 12, 1998, at Jacksonville. Worth watching: Jaguars QB Mark Brunell says he's recovered from a bruised knee, but the Dolphins are sure to test it. Can Dolphins DE Trace Armstrong come up with another three-sack game?
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | January 10, 2000
The NFL playoffs will come to pass in St. Louis on Sunday. At every other second-round sight, the teams most likely will come to run. When the No. 1-seeded St. Louis Rams play host to the No. 4 Minnesota Vikings in a much-anticipated NFC showdown of the offensive elite, the passing game figures to carry the day. But divisional games at Jacksonville, Indianapolis and Tampa could very well be decided by which team has the better running game. While there are some novice quarterbacks in this year's tournament -- three have yet to appear in a postseason game and three others debuted this weekend -- there are several outstanding running backs.
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September 8, 2002
Today Arizona at Washington CARDINALS: Out: T Anthony Clement (arm); S Adrian Wilson (shoulder). Probable: C Mike Gruttadauria (neck). REDSKINS: Out: LB Antonio Pierce (ankle); TE Walter Rasby (knee). Probable: DT Daryl Gardener (back); DE Otis Leverette (knee); LB Eddie Mason (shoulder); T Chris Samuels (ankle). Atlanta at Green Bay FALCONS: Out: LB Chris Draft (hamstring); LB Will Overstreet (shoulder). Doubtful: DE Travis Hall (groin/abdomen); LB Mark Simoneau (groin); LB Artie Ulmer (knee)
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By Megan Manfull and Megan Manfull,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 14, 2002
HOUSTON - David Carr would prefer to count how many times he has stood up rather than how many times he has been sacked. That makes the approaching record sound a little more appealing. Opponents have constantly pummeled the Houston Texans' quarterback in his rookie campaign, but Carr always remains the optimist. He has absorbed 68 sacks, and with three games remaining, including tomorrow's matchup against the Ravens, he will surely surpass the NFL sack record of 72, set by Randall Cunningham in 1986.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 28, 1997
When Jacksonville Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin was trying to decide whether to make Tony Boselli the first draft pick in the history of the franchise in 1995, he took him to dinner and spent hours probing his background and personality.Coughlin came away liking what he heard."The key for me was the maturity he had that was beyond his years; the poise, the attitude. Tony brought a lot to the table," he said.His fiancee, Angi, who's now his wife, also enjoyed the interview, because she found out things about Boselli she hadn't known.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | April 15, 1997
In Sandusky, Ohio, a blue-collar town of 35,000 halfway between Cleveland and Toledo and smack up against Lake Erie, Orlando Pace already is larger than life.Who among those 35,000 doesn't know of the storybook high school career Pace enjoyed at Sandusky High in the early '90s as a two-sport star and all-around good guy?Or his legendary, three-year football reign at Ohio State, where he did not give up a single sack his last two seasons as the Buckeyes' left tackle, and only one overall?Or the fact that come Saturday's NFL draft, Pace will be minted as one of the league's newest millionaires, fitted instantly for a starting job and measured against the greatest tackles ever to play the game?
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