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October 15, 2001
Rams 15 Giants 14 In a matchup of NFC powers, St. Louis prevails on a 1-yard TD run by Trung Canidate (above) with 4:16 left. At 5-0, the Rams remain the NFL's only unbeaten team. [Page 13d] Saints 27 Panthers 25 Ricky Williams scores on a 1-yard run with one second left in the game to boost New Orleans over Carolina. The Panthers have lost four straight. [Page 13d] Seahawks 34 Broncos 21 Ex-Raven Trent Dilfer makes it 13 consecutive victories as a starting quarterback as Seattle upsets visiting Denver.
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December 27, 2003
Today's games Buffalo at New England BILLS: Questionable: QB Alex Van Pelt (wrist); T Mike Williams (knee). PATRIOTS: Questionable: S Chris Akins (leg). Probable: G Joe Andruzzi (foot). Seattle at San Francisco SEAHAWKS: Doubtful: G Jerry Wunsch (ankle). Questionable: S Reggie Tongue (hamstring). Probable: LB Chad Brown (illness); QB Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder); WR Darrell Jackson (ankle); CB Ken Lucas (ankle); DT John Randle (knee); LB Anthony Simmons (neck); CB Willie Williams (foot)
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March 30, 2000
1999 Avg. Player, school Ht. Wt. yds. gain Ken Murray's skinny Thomas Jones, Virginia 5-10 210 1,798 5.4 Great skills and attitude, but not a pile-mover Shaun Alexander, Alabama 5-11 218 1,383 4.6 Tough, instinctive runner, strong in passing game Ron Dayne, Wisconsin 5-10 260 1,834 6.1 Powerful runner, suspect as blocker and receiver Jamal Lewis, Tennessee 6-0 230 816 4.5 Great upside, but coming off shoulder, knee injuries J.R. Redmond, Arizona State...
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2003
ASHBURN, Va. - Trung Canidate isn't satisfied. When the former St. Louis Rams running back accounted for 232 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns in his first NFL start against the New York Jets on Oct. 21, 2001, Canidate didn't sit back and marvel at his feat. When the Washington Redskins obtained him via a trade with the Rams, Canidate didn't assume that he would be given the starting tailback spot among a crowd of unaccomplished contenders. And when he was named the starter by Washington coach Steve Spurrier for Thursday night's NFL opener against the New York Jets at FedEx Field, Canidate still wasn't content.
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December 27, 2003
Today's games Buffalo at New England BILLS: Questionable: QB Alex Van Pelt (wrist); T Mike Williams (knee). PATRIOTS: Questionable: S Chris Akins (leg). Probable: G Joe Andruzzi (foot). Seattle at San Francisco SEAHAWKS: Doubtful: G Jerry Wunsch (ankle). Questionable: S Reggie Tongue (hamstring). Probable: LB Chad Brown (illness); QB Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder); WR Darrell Jackson (ankle); CB Ken Lucas (ankle); DT John Randle (knee); LB Anthony Simmons (neck); CB Willie Williams (foot)
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April 17, 2000
Atlanta Rd. No. Player Pos. College 2 37 Travis Claridge OT So. California 3 67 Mark Simoneau LB Kansas State 4 100 Michael Thompson OT Tennessee State 5 134 Anthony Midget DB Virginia Tech 6 172 Mareno Philyaw WR Troy State 7 211 Darrick Vaughn DB SW Texas State Pick to watch: LB Mark Simoneau -- Being counted on to upgrade the defense. Analysis: Coach Dan Reeves blew this draft when he traded his first-round pick last year to the Ravens for a second-round pick he used to draft tight end Reggie Kelly.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2003
LANDOVER - In the "Battle of the Beltways," the Washington Redskins' offense found its path unhindered by roadblocks or gridlock. Matched up against a Ravens defense that ranked first in the league in fewest yards allowed this preseason, Washington's starting offense accumulated 140 yards and 17 points in 1 1/2 quarters en route to a 24-3 win at FedEx Field last night. "We matched up with the Ravens," Redskins coach Steve Spurrier said. "We didn't get pushed around. We looked them in the eye and played a tough, physical game."
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October 15, 2000
Atlanta (2-4) at St. Louis (5-0) Time: 1 p.m., Ch. 45. Line: Rams by 18. Vs. spread: Falcons 2-3; Rams 2-2. Series: Rams lead 43-23-2. Last meeting: Rams won, 41-20, on Sept. 24, 2000, at Atlanta. Outlook: If you run to the bathroom or skip away to roast a hot dog, you might miss three TD passes by the Rams' Kurt Warner (he has 14 so far, by the way). With a team that has scored at least 30 points in each of its past 11 games, there is little to analyze. The slow, banged-up Falcons have almost no chance.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2003
ASHBURN, Va. - This is the kind of problem Hue Jackson loves to have. As the offensive coordinator and running backs coach for the Washington Redskins, Jackson will have a significant voice in determining who will replace the departed Stephen Davis as the team's primary ball carrier. Ladell Betts, Trung Canidate, Chad Morton and Kenny Watson are embroiled in what has become the most captivating competition in training camp at Redskins Park this summer. Jackson said a front-runner has not emerged.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2003
ASHBURN, Va. - Trung Canidate isn't satisfied. When the former St. Louis Rams running back accounted for 232 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns in his first NFL start against the New York Jets on Oct. 21, 2001, Canidate didn't sit back and marvel at his feat. When the Washington Redskins obtained him via a trade with the Rams, Canidate didn't assume that he would be given the starting tailback spot among a crowd of unaccomplished contenders. And when he was named the starter by Washington coach Steve Spurrier for Thursday night's NFL opener against the New York Jets at FedEx Field, Canidate still wasn't content.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2003
LANDOVER - In the "Battle of the Beltways," the Washington Redskins' offense found its path unhindered by roadblocks or gridlock. Matched up against a Ravens defense that ranked first in the league in fewest yards allowed this preseason, Washington's starting offense accumulated 140 yards and 17 points in 1 1/2 quarters en route to a 24-3 win at FedEx Field last night. "We matched up with the Ravens," Redskins coach Steve Spurrier said. "We didn't get pushed around. We looked them in the eye and played a tough, physical game."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2003
ASHBURN, Va. - This is the kind of problem Hue Jackson loves to have. As the offensive coordinator and running backs coach for the Washington Redskins, Jackson will have a significant voice in determining who will replace the departed Stephen Davis as the team's primary ball carrier. Ladell Betts, Trung Canidate, Chad Morton and Kenny Watson are embroiled in what has become the most captivating competition in training camp at Redskins Park this summer. Jackson said a front-runner has not emerged.
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October 15, 2001
Rams 15 Giants 14 In a matchup of NFC powers, St. Louis prevails on a 1-yard TD run by Trung Canidate (above) with 4:16 left. At 5-0, the Rams remain the NFL's only unbeaten team. [Page 13d] Saints 27 Panthers 25 Ricky Williams scores on a 1-yard run with one second left in the game to boost New Orleans over Carolina. The Panthers have lost four straight. [Page 13d] Seahawks 34 Broncos 21 Ex-Raven Trent Dilfer makes it 13 consecutive victories as a starting quarterback as Seattle upsets visiting Denver.
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October 22, 2000
St. Louis (6-0) at Kansas City (3-3) Time: 1 p.m., Ch. 5. Line: Rams by 7. Vs. spread: Rams 2-3; Chiefs 4-2. Series: Rams lead 4-2. Last meeting: Chiefs won, 28-20, on Oct. 26, 1997, at St. Louis. Outlook: There are several reasons to pick an upset. First, Kansas City has won its past 10 games at home vs. NFC teams. The Chiefs' offense is best in the AFC in red-zone TD percentage (68.4). QB Elvis Grbac is 3-0 against the Rams and has thrown at least one TD pass in his past 12 games.
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April 17, 2000
Atlanta Rd. No. Player Pos. College 2 37 Travis Claridge OT So. California 3 67 Mark Simoneau LB Kansas State 4 100 Michael Thompson OT Tennessee State 5 134 Anthony Midget DB Virginia Tech 6 172 Mareno Philyaw WR Troy State 7 211 Darrick Vaughn DB SW Texas State Pick to watch: LB Mark Simoneau -- Being counted on to upgrade the defense. Analysis: Coach Dan Reeves blew this draft when he traded his first-round pick last year to the Ravens for a second-round pick he used to draft tight end Reggie Kelly.
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