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February 19, 2015 | By the Inquirer Staff
Neshaminy hired Steven Wilmot as its head football coach. Wilmot has been an assistant at the school for 20 years, serving as offensive line coach, offensive coordinator, and assistant head coach. He replaces Mike Frederick, who stepped down last month after one season. Wilmot grew up in Flourtown and played football at Springfield (Montco) and Lock Haven University. He is also a biology teacher at Neshaminy. rallysports@philly.com
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July 28, 2011 | CANADIAN PRESS
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Former Eagles defensive lineman Richard Harris, 63, died Tuesday afternoon after collapsing at Canad Inns Stadium. Mr. Harris had been working as an assistant head coach and defensive line coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. A league source requesting anonymity said Mr. Harris collapsed in his office and was rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Mr. Harris was in his sixth season with the Blue Bombers.
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August 6, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Former West Virginia University defensive back Tim Newsom has been named head football coach at Cheyney University. Newsom had served as a defensive coordinator and assistant head coach at Johnson C. Smith University in North Carolina for the past seven seasons. He succeeds Kevin Faulker, who was hired in February, but was named in June as a diversity training consultant for Empyrean Management Group in Blue Bell. Faulker, a former offensive coordinator of the Amarillo Dusters in the Arena Football League 2, was hired to replace Lee Brown, who was let go after going 3-29 the last three seasons.
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February 4, 2004 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Dan Marino resigned as senior vice president of the Miami Dolphins yesterday, only three weeks after accepting a job to return to the team he quarterbacked for 17 seasons. "I have decided that it would not be in the best interests of either my family or the Dolphins to assume the role as the team's senior vice president of football operations," Marino said in a statement released by the team. Marino played for the Dolphins from 1983 to 1999 and took them to the 1985 Super Bowl, in which they lost to San Francisco.
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February 5, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
Minnesota Vikings president Roger Headrick has matched author Tom Clancy's bid to buy the team, hoping to satisfy what he claims is a show-me-the-money attitude of the current ownership. Headrick, one of the Vikings' 10 current owners, said last night that he upped the offer he made this week by about $20 million, equaling Clancy's NFL-record bid of slightly more than $200 million. That offer was accepted Tuesday. Headrick said he has a legal right, under the bylaws under which the current ownership group operates, to match any offer from an outside bidder.
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January 13, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Dan Marino returned to the Miami Dolphins as senior vice president of football operations yesterday, a surprising move that gives the team a popular if inexperienced boss. Marino was a record-setting quarterback and the last to lead the Dolphins to a Super Bowl. But there had been no indication of his interest in the job while owner Wayne Huizenga and team president Eddie Jones interviewed seven candidates in 10 days. One of those candidates, Rick Spielman, was promoted from vice president to general manager yesterday.
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January 18, 1999 | by Mike Kern, Daily News Sports Writer
After one season, Temple football coach Bobby Wallace is making some changes on his staff. Gone are Al Kincaid, the assistant head coach/offensive coordinator who came with Wallace from North Alabama, as well as defensive line coach Willie Jones, a holdover from Ron Dickerson's final season. Secondary coach Mike MacIntyre, who also just completed his second season on North Broad Street, left to join former Tennessee assistant David Cutcliffe, who just took over at Mississippi. No word on how soon the vacancies will be filled.
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January 31, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams died from a gunshot to his neck early New Year's Day, according to an autopsy report released yesterday. The Denver medical examiner's report said the 23-year-old Williams was pronounced dead about 2:35 a.m. after he was shot while riding in a limousine. The report showed Williams' blood-alcohol level was 0.05 percent. A medium- to large-caliber bullet struck Williams on the left side of the neck and exited the right, and he died quickly, the report said.
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January 13, 2012 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
PENN STATE officially announced six members of Bill O'Brien's football coaching staff, although the names have been leaking out all week. The school already had announced that Larry Johnson would return as defensive line coach. Additionally, Penn State said Ron Vanderlinden would remain as linebackers coach; Stan Hixon had been named assistant head coach and wide receivers coach; and Charles London (running backs), Mac McWhorter (offensive line) and John Strollo (tight ends) would be joining the staff.
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January 3, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
HANLEY RAMIREZ said he will accept a position switch to third base so Miami Marlins newcomer Jose Reyes can play shortstop. When Reyes signed a $106 million, 6-year deal with Miami last month, there was speculation Ramirez was unhappy about being supplanted at short. But new manager Ozzie Guillen sold Ramirez on the idea. "I have spoken with Guillen," Ramirez said. "What we want is to win with the Marlins. We will see what's going to happen with the position switch and everything else.
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February 19, 2015 | By the Inquirer Staff
Neshaminy hired Steven Wilmot as its head football coach. Wilmot has been an assistant at the school for 20 years, serving as offensive line coach, offensive coordinator, and assistant head coach. He replaces Mike Frederick, who stepped down last month after one season. Wilmot grew up in Flourtown and played football at Springfield (Montco) and Lock Haven University. He is also a biology teacher at Neshaminy. rallysports@philly.com
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November 15, 2013 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THERE ARE still about 40 people Chip Kelly brought to NovaCare whose names or duties most of us have no clue about. As far as we know, they could all be busily reanimating zombies in the auditorium where the team used to hold news conferences, before Kelly decided reporters should be penned outside in a tent. But Jerry Azzinaro, with the mop of gray curls and the big mustache, is one of the more prominent new faces. He's the defensive-line coach, who also carries the title of assistant head coach.
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January 13, 2012 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
PENN STATE officially announced six members of Bill O'Brien's football coaching staff, although the names have been leaking out all week. The school already had announced that Larry Johnson would return as defensive line coach. Additionally, Penn State said Ron Vanderlinden would remain as linebackers coach; Stan Hixon had been named assistant head coach and wide receivers coach; and Charles London (running backs), Mac McWhorter (offensive line) and John Strollo (tight ends) would be joining the staff.
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January 3, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
HANLEY RAMIREZ said he will accept a position switch to third base so Miami Marlins newcomer Jose Reyes can play shortstop. When Reyes signed a $106 million, 6-year deal with Miami last month, there was speculation Ramirez was unhappy about being supplanted at short. But new manager Ozzie Guillen sold Ramirez on the idea. "I have spoken with Guillen," Ramirez said. "What we want is to win with the Marlins. We will see what's going to happen with the position switch and everything else.
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July 28, 2011 | CANADIAN PRESS
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Former Eagles defensive lineman Richard Harris, 63, died Tuesday afternoon after collapsing at Canad Inns Stadium. Mr. Harris had been working as an assistant head coach and defensive line coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. A league source requesting anonymity said Mr. Harris collapsed in his office and was rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Mr. Harris was in his sixth season with the Blue Bombers.
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December 10, 2009 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When he graduated from Phoenixville in 1980, Charlie Thompson had no idea that he would one day come back to coach the boys' basketball team. Nor could he have imagined the circumstances that gave him the opportunity to become the coach. In 2004, the former Pittsburgh guard returned to Phoexniville as in-school detention monitor and became the freshman boys' coach. Initially, he was a volunteer; he was content to run the freshman program. But things changed dramatically between the end of the 2008-09 season and the start of this season.
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February 1, 2008 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
The proposed trade of lefthander Johan Santana from Minnesota to the New York Mets might not be finalized until later today, ESPN's Jayson Stark reported. Earlier this week, the teams agreed on a trade that would send Santana to the Mets for four prospects. The Mets and Santana are trying to negotiate a contract extension beyond this year. The sides have until 5 p.m. today to work out an extension. According to the report, the length of the extension is the main obstacle to an agreement.
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September 16, 2007 | By Don Beideman INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Dan Ellis, who helped quarterback Downingtown to a PIAA Class AAAA football championship in 1996, says he always will be a "Downingtown person" but felt after last season that he needed a change from his position as an assistant coach at Downingtown East. So when Bayard Rustin assistant George Veneziale called him last November, asking whether he would be interested in a spot on the staff at the new high school, Ellis said yes. "I needed to move on," Ellis said. "I talked with [Rustin head coach]
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February 17, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Ron Rivera, Chicago's third-year defensive coordinator who played linebacker for the Bears' 1985 Super Bowl champion team, was the fourth candidate to interview for the San Diego Chargers' head-coaching job, vacated by Marty Schottenheimer's sudden firing. It was the eighth interview for a head-coaching job in the last 2 years for the former Eagles linebackers coach. Also yesterday, the Los Angeles Daily News reported that Southern California's Pete Carroll isn't interested in the job. Others who've interviewed for the Chargers job are Mike Singletary, Rivera's teammate on the 1985 Bears who's now San Francisco's assistant head coach; Baltimore defensive coordinator Rex Ryan, the Ravens' defensive line coach when they won the Super Bowl after the 2000 season; and Norv Turner, a two-time Super Bowl winner as Dallas' offensive coordinator in the early 1990s.
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January 31, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams died from a gunshot to his neck early New Year's Day, according to an autopsy report released yesterday. The Denver medical examiner's report said the 23-year-old Williams was pronounced dead about 2:35 a.m. after he was shot while riding in a limousine. The report showed Williams' blood-alcohol level was 0.05 percent. A medium- to large-caliber bullet struck Williams on the left side of the neck and exited the right, and he died quickly, the report said.
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