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January 8, 2012
Between four and seven enshrinees will be announced Feb. 4, the day before the Super Bowl. Bill Parcells, coach Tim Brown, wide receiver Cris Carter, wide receiver Andre Reed, wide receiver Jerome Bettis, running back Curtis Martin, running back Will Shields, offensive lineman Aeneas Williams, defensive back ...
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February 4, 2012 | Associated Press
Super Bowl winners Charles Haley, Bill Parcells, Jerome Bettis, and Ed DeBartolo Jr. are among 17 finalists who will learn Saturday if they are voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Haley is the only player to win five Super Bowls, two with the 49ers and three with Dallas. DeBartolo owned the San Francisco team that won five NFL titles from 1981 through 1994. Parcells coached the Giants to Super Bowl wins in 1987 and 1991. He also took the Patriots to the 1997 game they lost to Green Bay. Bettis helped the Steelers win the 2006 Super Bowl in his hometown of Detroit.
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July 31, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Andre Reed, who threatened to retire if the Buffalo Bills didn't pay him more, is on his way to training camp with a possible agreement. "The Andre Reed situation is basically resolved," Bills coach Wade Phillips said yesterday. Reed reportedly agreed to a one-year extension through the 2001 season. General manager John Butler confirmed Reed would be in camp but would not say if there is an agreement. The developments came one day before the start of camp and just hours after Reed's agent said retirement was likely if Buffalo didn't renegotiate Reed's contract, release or trade the player soon.
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January 6, 1992 | By Dave Caldwell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Standing across the line of scrimmage from Jim Kelly's most reliable wide receiver was a Kansas City cornerback named Jayice Pearson. And no one else. As the Buffalo quarterback stepped to the line of scrimmage and took a look at the Chiefs' defense, he suddenly decided that the play that had been called would be terrible - compared with the golden opportunity of a long pass to Andre Reed. So Kelly checked off the play, called a deep pass to Reed, then reared back and threw long.
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September 3, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
The Washington Redskins and running back Stephen Davis have agreed to a multiyear contract extension worth a reported $90 million. The team did not disclose the terms, but the Washington Post yesterday said that Davis had agreed to a deal worth $90 million over nine seasons, including a $6.5 million signing bonus. The Post said that the agreement is worth approximately $15.75 million for the first three seasons. After that, the paper said, the Redskins probably would be forced to release Davis or renegotiate the contract.
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September 2, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
Andre Reed, whose 941 receptions are second to Jerry Rice on the NFL career list, left the Denver Broncos yesterday in hopes of finding a team in need of an experienced wide receiver. Broncos coach Mike Shanahan told reporters he thought Reed was retiring after 15 seasons, but Reed's agent said that was not the case. "That whole thing with retiring was a miscommunication," agent Gary Uberstine said. "They've since talked and cleared it all up. He's not retiring and Mike has granted him his release so he can pursue a more immediate opportunity.
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January 7, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
A month ago, Andre Reed said the best thing for him would be to keep quiet about his lack of playing time with the Buffalo Bills. He's obviously changed his mind. The 15-year veteran of four Super Bowls let his feelings boil over again this week, this time on his Internet site. His journal this week was a stream of disappointment. His feelings came only two days after he had moved into second place on the NFL list of career receptions with 945, behind San Francisco's Jerry Rice.
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January 26, 1991 | By Bill Ordine, Inquirer Staff Writer
By his own admission, Buffalo quarterback Jim Kelly loves a party more than anyone else. And the all-pro now finds himself at the granddaddy of them all - the Super Bowl. "I'm enjoying this every bit as much as I thought I would," Kelly said as the Bills prepared to meet the Giants in tomorrow's Super Bowl XXV. "It's everything it's cracked up to be. I wouldn't mind doing this every year. It's the ultimate. " Kelly has an expert opinion on good times. A host extraordinaire, he flies his parents and out-of-town brothers to all of Buffalo's home contests.
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January 22, 1991 | By Bill Ordine, Inquirer Staff Writer
Football has its own law of physics that says nothing remains static. Players and teams are either in a state of progression or regression; there is no status quo. That's why Buffalo wide receiver Andre Reed believes that there is always one more pass route to run, one more game tape to watch or one more weight to lift. And that's why Reed may be the most dangerous offensive player in Tampa Stadium on Sunday when the Bills face the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXV. "I try not to think of maintaining what other people may refer to as a peak.
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January 24, 1991 | By Ray Didinger, Daily News Sports Writer
You will have to excuse Andre Reed if he seems taken aback by this spectacle known as Super Bowl XXV. When you play your college football at Kutztown State and spend six NFL seasons in the suburbs of Buffalo, that first interview with Downtown Julie Brown can be a pretty jarring experience. Downtown Julie is covering Super Bowl XXV for MTV, the music video network, without covering much of herself. She arrived on Tuesday wearing a black miniskirt that was pulled tighter than a tourniquet.
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February 3, 2014 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW YORK - Despite impressive career numbers and an NFL record for catches in one season, Philadelphia native Marvin Harrison fell short of being selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility on Saturday. Wide receiver Andre Reed was the lone receiver chosen. The Allentown native got in on his ninth try. Reed was selected along with defensive end Michael Strahan, linebacker Derrick Brooks, tackle Walter Jones, defensive back Aeneas Williams, and senior committee nominees defensive end Claude Humphrey and punter Ray Guy. "Yes, I waited," Reed said.
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February 4, 2012 | Associated Press
Super Bowl winners Charles Haley, Bill Parcells, Jerome Bettis, and Ed DeBartolo Jr. are among 17 finalists who will learn Saturday if they are voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Haley is the only player to win five Super Bowls, two with the 49ers and three with Dallas. DeBartolo owned the San Francisco team that won five NFL titles from 1981 through 1994. Parcells coached the Giants to Super Bowl wins in 1987 and 1991. He also took the Patriots to the 1997 game they lost to Green Bay. Bettis helped the Steelers win the 2006 Super Bowl in his hometown of Detroit.
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January 8, 2012
Between four and seven enshrinees will be announced Feb. 4, the day before the Super Bowl. Bill Parcells, coach Tim Brown, wide receiver Cris Carter, wide receiver Andre Reed, wide receiver Jerome Bettis, running back Curtis Martin, running back Will Shields, offensive lineman Aeneas Williams, defensive back ...
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September 3, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
The Washington Redskins and running back Stephen Davis have agreed to a multiyear contract extension worth a reported $90 million. The team did not disclose the terms, but the Washington Post yesterday said that Davis had agreed to a deal worth $90 million over nine seasons, including a $6.5 million signing bonus. The Post said that the agreement is worth approximately $15.75 million for the first three seasons. After that, the paper said, the Redskins probably would be forced to release Davis or renegotiate the contract.
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September 2, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
Andre Reed, whose 941 receptions are second to Jerry Rice on the NFL career list, left the Denver Broncos yesterday in hopes of finding a team in need of an experienced wide receiver. Broncos coach Mike Shanahan told reporters he thought Reed was retiring after 15 seasons, but Reed's agent said that was not the case. "That whole thing with retiring was a miscommunication," agent Gary Uberstine said. "They've since talked and cleared it all up. He's not retiring and Mike has granted him his release so he can pursue a more immediate opportunity.
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September 2, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Doug Pederson signed a two-year contract with the Cleveland Browns yesterday and will back up starting quarterback Tim Couch. Pederson, released by the Eagles on Sunday, initially said he would consider retirement. However, after getting a call from the Browns, Pederson talked it over with his wife and decided to go to Cleveland. "There are things I want to accomplish and things I want to do in this league," Pederson said. "I'm still healthy and somebody wanted me. " The Browns had been looking for a backup for Couch since Ty Detmer, another former Eagle, underwent season-ending surgery for a torn Achilles tendon he suffered in a preseason game.
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January 7, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
A month ago, Andre Reed said the best thing for him would be to keep quiet about his lack of playing time with the Buffalo Bills. He's obviously changed his mind. The 15-year veteran of four Super Bowls let his feelings boil over again this week, this time on his Internet site. His journal this week was a stream of disappointment. His feelings came only two days after he had moved into second place on the NFL list of career receptions with 945, behind San Francisco's Jerry Rice.
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July 31, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Andre Reed, who threatened to retire if the Buffalo Bills didn't pay him more, is on his way to training camp with a possible agreement. "The Andre Reed situation is basically resolved," Bills coach Wade Phillips said yesterday. Reed reportedly agreed to a one-year extension through the 2001 season. General manager John Butler confirmed Reed would be in camp but would not say if there is an agreement. The developments came one day before the start of camp and just hours after Reed's agent said retirement was likely if Buffalo didn't renegotiate Reed's contract, release or trade the player soon.
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January 3, 1999 | By Ron Reid, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Giving the rest of the NFL postseason a dramatic act to follow, the Miami Dolphins survived a courageous challenge by the Buffalo Bills yesterday in a 24-17 thriller that kept Dan Marino and his mates in the hunt for Super Bowl XXXIII. The hard-fought rematch between AFC East rivals also provided Buffalo fans another occasion to view NFL officiating as a more malevolent curse than a three-day blizzard. Blown calls earlier in the season had cost the Bills a victory at New England, a shot at the division title in New York, and their owner, Ralph Wilson, a $50,000 fine for complaining about the calls.
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October 5, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
Steve Young and San Francisco's offense were finally contained - by the most unlikely opponent, the lowly Buffalo Bills. Rob Johnson overshadowed his counterpart, completing 19 of 27 passes for 254 yards and one touchdown as host Buffalo built a big lead, then held on for a 26-21 victory yesterday over the suddenly mistake-prone 49ers. San Francisco (3-1) entered the game ranked first in the NFL in rushing, passing and total offense but was held to just 56 yards passing and 105 total yards in the first half, when they turned the ball over three times.
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