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April 29, 2001
Joseph J. Turner, 85, Alex. Brown partner Joseph J. Turner, a former general partner at Alex. Brown & Sons whose career spanned 50 years, died Friday of a heart attack at his home in the 3900 North Charles Street Apartments. He was 85. Mr. Turner began his career in 1947 and was named general partner in 1954. He retired in 1996. "He was one of the most brilliant financial minds we ever had in Baltimore," said Dorsey Yearley, a longtime Alex. Brown partner who retired in 1989. "He had worked briefly at Mercantile Trust before coming to Alex.
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By From Sun news services | January 13, 2010
After conducting his most extensive review in 15 years, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver decided to stick with coach Jack Del Rio . At least for another year. Weaver held a half-day meeting with Del Rio on Tuesday, then said the two would continue their rebuilding project with the Jaguars. "I believe in Jack, that he's the guy," Weaver said two days before his 75th birthday. "After going through this process, Jack is the guy that can get us there.
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By From Sun news services | January 13, 2010
After conducting his most extensive review in 15 years, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver decided to stick with coach Jack Del Rio . At least for another year. Weaver held a half-day meeting with Del Rio on Tuesday, then said the two would continue their rebuilding project with the Jaguars. "I believe in Jack, that he's the guy," Weaver said two days before his 75th birthday. "After going through this process, Jack is the guy that can get us there.
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April 29, 2001
Joseph J. Turner, 85, Alex. Brown partner Joseph J. Turner, a former general partner at Alex. Brown & Sons whose career spanned 50 years, died Friday of a heart attack at his home in the 3900 North Charles Street Apartments. He was 85. Mr. Turner began his career in 1947 and was named general partner in 1954. He retired in 1996. "He was one of the most brilliant financial minds we ever had in Baltimore," said Dorsey Yearley, a longtime Alex. Brown partner who retired in 1989. "He had worked briefly at Mercantile Trust before coming to Alex.
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July 1, 2006
On Friday, June 30, 2006, RAYMOND; beloved fiance of Deborah David; son of Anna E. Weaver and the late William Weaver; devoted father of Raymond W. Weaver, Jacquelyn L. Smith, Brandy S. Scott; brother of Bernie L. and Wayne J. Weaver, Judy L. Miller and Linda A. Pete. Also survived by two grandchildren and loving nieces and nephews. Friends may call on Sunday, from 7 to 9 P.M. at the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 3111 Mountain Road, Pasadena, where funeral services will be held on Sunday 8 P.M. Interment private.
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By KEN MURRAY | November 9, 2008
Feeling the heat Browns coach Romeo Crennel looked like he might weather the storm in Cleveland with Brady Quinn's strong debut Thursday, but a second straight fourth-quarter collapse at home puts him on the extreme hot seat. His team has blown leads of 14 and 13 points the past two games. Can Owens catch on? Cowboys WR Terrell Owens hasn't had a 100-yard receiving game this season, a drought that started in 2007 and spans 12 games. He had six 100-yard games last season. Look for the inevitable outcry if it doesn't happen shortly after QB Tony Romo returns next week.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 10, 2003
The Ravens' front office is apparently held in high regard by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Phil Savage, the Ravens' director of college scouting, is scheduled to interview with Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver tomorrow for an executive position with the club. James Harris, the Ravens' director of pro personnel, talked with Weaver on Tuesday, which means two of Jacksonville's four candidates are from the Ravens' organization. The position, which became open with the firing of Tom Coughlin, is expected to entail general manager-type duties.
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By Jon Morgan | December 1, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- A key official in the NFL's expansion process is related to one of the investors from the winning city of Jacksonville, Fla.Joe Ellis, director of club administration, is a first cousin of Jeb Bush, a member of the investment group led by J. Wayne Weaver. Bush is a son of former President George Bush and is a candidate for governor in Florida. He holds a minority share in the Weaver group.Weaver's group yesterday won the league's 30th franchise, the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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By Dallas Morning News | December 31, 1993
DALLAS -- Dallas Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson said yesterday that he would consider potential overtures from the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars about becoming the franchise's first head coach and general manager.But there appears only a remote chance the coach who led the Cowboys to a Super Bowl championship would be available to Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver.During an interview with ESPN, Johnson said he would be "intrigued" by any Jaguars interest.Asked later about that statement, Johnson said, "I was asked about Jacksonville, and what I said instead of the standard line was that any time you have a job, you're willing to listen to other opportunities."
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By SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | December 2, 2001
Despite his team's 3-7 record, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver is standing behind coach Tom Coughlin. But Weaver also isn't sticking his head in the Ponte Vedra Beach sand about the state of his franchise. The Jaguars have gotten themselves into a salary cap nightmare, having to trim more than $30 million in the 2001 off-season and facing comparable cutbacks in 2002. Weaver is trying to take some blame for the mess, but it's Coughlin who handles the day-to-day football operations.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | October 27, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- In the high-finance game of NFL expansion, yesterday's long shots sweetened the pot in 11th-hour bids to close the gap.Though their efforts didn't win either a franchise yesterday, Memphis, Tenn., and Jacksonville, Fla., upgraded their economic packages during 15-minute presentations to league owners.William B. Dunavant Jr., chief investor in Memphis, said his ownership group would increase its down payment on the $140 million franchise fee from $42 million to more than $116 million.
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By KEN MURRAY | August 1, 2004
They might be the most feared defenders in the NFL at the moment, and they don't even strap on pads. But Carl and Kevin Poston, the brother agents, once again have rocked league negotiators with exorbitant contract demands. In what has become one of summer's predictable skirmishes, the Postons still have three franchise players and an unsigned first-round draft pick sitting out the early days of training camp. This after two first-round picks avoided holdouts on Friday. Perhaps the most menacing of those staredowns is the one that involves San Francisco 49ers linebacker Julian Peterson, a fifth-year veteran from Temple Hills.
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