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December 30, 1999
BasketballBulls: Signed G Khalid Reeves. Waived G Rusty LaRue.Knicks: Waived F DeMarco Johnson.Mavericks: Activated G Erick Strickland from injured list.Warriors: Signed G-F Jamel Thomas. Waived G Tim Legler.Trenton (IBL): Signed G Mike Lloyd. Released G Bernard Blunt.CollegesTrans America Athletic Conference: Suspended Jacksonville State men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and F Mike McDaniel one game for violating conference's sportsmanship policy.New Orleans: Dismissed senior F Carlos Hines from men's basketball team for violation of team rules.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2004
HOUSTON -- The left side of the New England Patriots' defense has become a danger zone. That's the area ruled by cornerback Ty Law, who struck fear in Steve McNair one week and shut down Peyton Manning the next. In intimidating the NFL's co-Most Valuable Players this postseason, Law has presented the Carolina Panthers with a dilemma heading into Sunday's Super Bowl: Do they limit their game plan and avoid him or do they risk attacking him? If the Panthers ignore Law's side the way McNair did, they would take their leading receiver, Steve Smith, out of the game.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2004
HOUSTON -- The left side of the New England Patriots' defense has become a danger zone. That's the area ruled by cornerback Ty Law, who struck fear in Steve McNair one week and shut down Peyton Manning the next. In intimidating the NFL's co-Most Valuable Players this postseason, Law has presented the Carolina Panthers with a dilemma heading into Sunday's Super Bowl: Do they limit their game plan and avoid him or do they risk attacking him? If the Panthers ignore Law's side the way McNair did, they would take their leading receiver, Steve Smith, out of the game.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2004
FOXBORO, Mass. - Amid the mud and snow at Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots delivered an exquisite dissertation on defense yesterday. Placing the game's hottest quarterback on the hot seat, the Patriots hammered Peyton Manning and punched their ticket to Super Bowl XXXVIII with a 24-14 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game. New England turned the playoffs' poster boy into a portrait of frustration, forcing five turnovers - which included three interceptions by Ty Law - and registering four sacks.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2003
One of the qualities that led Washington Redskins coach Steve Spurrier to anoint second-year quarterback Patrick Ramsey as his starter was the player's fearlessness in the pocket. Ramsey has another admirer: New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. "I've been very impressed watching him last year and this year in terms of his toughness," Belichick said earlier this week. "He'll hang in the pocket, he'll make the throw, take a hit. He doesn't back down from any blitzes, any pressure or anything like that."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2004
FOXBORO, Mass. - Amid the mud and snow at Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots delivered an exquisite dissertation on defense yesterday. Placing the game's hottest quarterback on the hot seat, the Patriots hammered Peyton Manning and punched their ticket to Super Bowl XXXVIII with a 24-14 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game. New England turned the playoffs' poster boy into a portrait of frustration, forcing five turnovers - which included three interceptions by Ty Law - and registering four sacks.
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By Sun staff writer Ken Murray | August 29, 1997
Ten players on the verge of a breakthrough season:Packers WR Antonio Freeman: Led team in catches despite playing seven games with cast on left arm.Raiders RB Napoleon Kaufman: Averaged 5.8 yards a carry in 1996; will get the ball a lot more this year.Rams WR Eddie Kennison: Track man who should blossom in redesigned offense opposite Isaac Bruce.Jets DE Hugh Douglas: Had 18 sacks in his first 25 NFL games, including a team-high eight last season.Bengals OT Willie Anderson: All he needed was experience.
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By KEN MURRAY | December 13, 2004
FUTURE IS NOW FOR COWBOYS With the Eagles up next, the Cowboys' eighth loss effectively ended Bill Parcells' playoff pipe dream. Dallas wasn't going to do anything in the postseason, anyway, which begs the question, why not Drew Henson? HELP WANTED The Patriots need to get CBs Ty Law and Tyrone Poole healthy for the postseason because their makeshift secondary won't hold up. END OF LINE As great as RB Eddie George has been, he needs to take a hint from his de-activation in Dallas yesterday.
SPORTS
December 4, 2000
Kansas City (5-7) at New England (3-9) Time: 9 p.m., chs. 2, 7. Line: Chiefs by 1. Vs. spread: Chiefs 6-6; Patriots 4-7. Series: Chiefs lead 15-8-3. Last meeting: Chiefs won, 16-14, on Oct. 10, 1999, at New England. Outlook: Neither the Chiefs nor the Patriots expected this kind of season, especially Kansas City after it scored 54 points against the Super Bowl champion Rams and looked ready to mix it up with all of the league's best. Since that victory over the Rams, however, the Chiefs have lost four in a row. Are the Patriots as bad as they seem?
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | September 30, 2005
Ravens coach Brian Billick has grown tired of media reports portraying the New York Jets as a team in crisis. Before taking any questions yesterday, he opened his session with the media by saying, "Tomorrow, we're going to take up a donation for the New York Jets' relief fund. Because based on what I'm reading and hearing, I can't imagine these guys showing up. Good lord, I can't turn on the TV without seeing [hurricanes] Katrina, Rita, and oh my God, the Jets. I'm digging in my pockets for money."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2003
One of the qualities that led Washington Redskins coach Steve Spurrier to anoint second-year quarterback Patrick Ramsey as his starter was the player's fearlessness in the pocket. Ramsey has another admirer: New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. "I've been very impressed watching him last year and this year in terms of his toughness," Belichick said earlier this week. "He'll hang in the pocket, he'll make the throw, take a hit. He doesn't back down from any blitzes, any pressure or anything like that."
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December 30, 1999
BasketballBulls: Signed G Khalid Reeves. Waived G Rusty LaRue.Knicks: Waived F DeMarco Johnson.Mavericks: Activated G Erick Strickland from injured list.Warriors: Signed G-F Jamel Thomas. Waived G Tim Legler.Trenton (IBL): Signed G Mike Lloyd. Released G Bernard Blunt.CollegesTrans America Athletic Conference: Suspended Jacksonville State men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and F Mike McDaniel one game for violating conference's sportsmanship policy.New Orleans: Dismissed senior F Carlos Hines from men's basketball team for violation of team rules.
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October 19, 1998
NEW YORK JETS (2-3) AT NEW ENGLAND (4-1) Time: 8: 20, chs. 2, 7.Line: Patriots by 6 1/2 .Vs. spread: Jets 3-2; Patriots 4-1.Outlook: This game promises to be entertaining, if not on the field, then on the sideline, with Jets coach Bill Parcells returning to New England for the second time since leaving the Patriots, hence the pre-game "Tuna Bowl" hype. Parcells has given ex-Raven Vinny Testaverde the nod as quarterback over Glenn Foley, who was benched after a dismal performance in a 30-10 loss to the Rams.
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January 3, 2001
Baseball Rangers: Agreed to minor-league contract with P Pete Munro. Basketball NBA: Suspended Raptors F Corliss Williamson and Suns F Tom Gugliotta one game and fined each $10,000 for fighting during Saturday game. Fined Suns C Chris Dudley $5,000 for yelling at official and failing to leave court in timely manner after ejection in Thursday game. Cavaliers: Placed F J. R. Reid and G Michael Hawkins on waivers. Celtics: Activated F Walter McCarty. Placed F-C Tony Battie on injured list with sprained left ankle.
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