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June 14, 2002 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
The Miami Dolphins traded quarterback Cade McNown to the San Francisco 49ers for a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2003 NFL draft, the team said. McNown, 25, was selected by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 1999 draft from UCLA but never developed into the quarterback the Bears had hoped he would. In two seasons with Chicago, he never threw more touchdowns than interceptions and had a 3-12 record as a starter. He was traded to Miami for draft picks last summer and was the Dolphins' third-string quarterback all season.
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October 23, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
Chicago Bears quarterback Cade McNown blamed the notorious artificial turf at Veterans Stadium for the separated left (throwing) shoulder he suffered in yesterday's loss to the Eagles. McNown, driven into the turf by Eagles linebacker Mike Caldwell, could be out a month or more. "I think a lot of it, to be honest, had to do with how hard the surface I landed on was," McNown said. "I haven't played on that hard of a surface. The field as hard as it is, you go down and it's like concrete.
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October 10, 2008 | by Ed Barkowitz
A weekly look at how the Eagles have fared under coach Andy Reid continues with Week 6, 1999: The ridiculous road losing streak Andy Reid inherited when he arrived in Philadelphia came to an end as the Eagles held on to beat the Bears, 20-16, at Soldier Field. Doug Pederson threw touchdown passes to Dietrich Jells and Luther Broughton and Troy Vincent and Damon Moore each intercepted Bears quarterback Cade McNown, who was making his first career start. The win snapped an 0-17-1 road winless streak that dated back to 1996 with two of the losses coming under Reid.
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May 19, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
The San Francisco 49ers waived quarterback Cade McNown on Saturday, the latest disappointment for the former first-round draft pick. McNown was acquired from the Miami Dolphins last June. After having shoulder surgery in August, he spent the season on injured reserve. He worked out with receiver Terrell Owens during the offseason, but he was among five quarterbacks under contract with the 49ers. Tim Rattay, Brandon Doman and Ken Dorsey remain with the team, which began its second minicamp on Saturday.
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September 2, 1999 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Shane Matthews, not Cade McNown, will start the Chicago Bears' Sept. 12 season opener against Kansas City and play "the vast majority" of the game, coach Dick Jauron said yesterday. But McNown, the 12th overall pick of the 1999 draft, will play in an unheard of time-share arrangement. "This will help Cade's progression and bring him along quicker," Jauron said. "Shane has earned the job on the field. We've said all along we hoped we wouldn't have to play Cade too early. We still feel that.
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October 18, 1999 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
Sunday afternoon was likely to provide little solace for Donovan McNabb in his homecoming, so he took advantage the day before. The Eagles' rookie quarterback and Dolton, Ill., native is sitting and learning behind starter Doug Pederson. He hosted rookies Na Brown and Damon Moore at his parents' home Saturday afternoon, where they feasted on fish and shark's tail and green peas. "Everything," McNabb said, relishing the memory. "We had everything. " Then, McNabb, who was the second overall pick in April's draft, managed to get in for just one play yesterday.
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March 24, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Calling the recent title fight between Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis "the biggest fix in fight history," Muhammad Ali yesterday said he was humiliated that the sport "had sunk to its lowest levels. " In a letter to Senate Commerce Committee chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., Ali said "it was clear to all who watched that the deciding victor of the match was England's Lennox Lewis. " The heavyweight unification title fight between Holyfield and Lewis on March 13 in New York ended in a draw, sparking investigations by a New York City grand jury, a New York state Senate committee, the New York State Athletic Commission and the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
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December 14, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
Reggie White ended his one-year retirement for a shot at winning another Super Bowl. The Carolina Panthers won't do that this season, and White isn't sure if he wants to try again next year. "I need to see what the team wants to do, then I have to sit down and decide what I want to do," White said yesterday. "I'll make that decision after the season. " White, the NFL's career leader in sacks, turns 39 next week. With two games left, he has only 25 total tackles and 51/2 sacks.
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October 17, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Michigan State football coach George Perles apologized for suing the university over his firing and said he is dropping all legal action against the school. Perles said yesterday he was upset and frustrated at negotiations over his dismissal when he had his attorneys file the lawsuit in August. "I made an error in judgment and filed suit. I should have had enough patience and waited until the process was finished," Perles said. University spokesman Terry Denbow said the school looks forward to settling the matter with Perles.
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December 16, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
University of Wisconsin running back Ron Dayne told family members that he will return to the school for his senior season, the Wisconsin State Journal reported, citing a relative. The newspaper said Rob Reid, Dayne's uncle and legal guardian, confirmed the decision to pass up the NFL draft. The 5-10, 258-pound junior from Overbrook Regional High in Pine Hill, N.J., is the school's all-time leader with 4,945 rushing yards, 5,140 all-purpose yards and 282 points scored. Reid reportedly told the paper Dayne decided to return because six other starters are scheduled to return on offense and that feedback from NFL player personnel showed Dayne might not be a first-round pick in the coming draft.
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March 27, 2010
WITH ALLthe hubbub about the possible trade of Donovan McNabb, I thought it was time for a true Eagles fan to pipe up. Granted, my expertise is limited to drawing up plays with a stick and dropping lots of passes when I was 12. But, like all the other slobs sitting on couches and pontificating about the Eagles, I am a rabid fan, and I have the scars to prove it. I was watching in 1981, when the Eagles went to Super Bowl XV to face the Oakland...
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April 19, 2009 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
Akili Smith was there, sitting in the audience at New York's Madison Square Garden, when commissioner Paul Tagliabue made the announcement: Reaction from the gang of green-shirted fans standing in the balcony was immediate and unmistakable: a vitriolic mixture of boos and expletives. "It was kind of shocking to me," Smith said last week from his home in Southern California. "I knew the numbers Donovan put up at Syracuse. I knew he was a great player, and he obviously still is a great player.
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October 10, 2008 | by Ed Barkowitz
A weekly look at how the Eagles have fared under coach Andy Reid continues with Week 6, 1999: The ridiculous road losing streak Andy Reid inherited when he arrived in Philadelphia came to an end as the Eagles held on to beat the Bears, 20-16, at Soldier Field. Doug Pederson threw touchdown passes to Dietrich Jells and Luther Broughton and Troy Vincent and Damon Moore each intercepted Bears quarterback Cade McNown, who was making his first career start. The win snapped an 0-17-1 road winless streak that dated back to 1996 with two of the losses coming under Reid.
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April 29, 2007 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
It finally happened. For the first time since becoming head coach and anointing Donovan McNabb as the Eagles' starting quarterback, Andy Reid acknowledged last night that McNabb won't hold the position for the remainder of eternity. Until the Eagles took Kevin Kolb of the University of Houston with the 36th pick of the NFL draft, it sometimes seemed that way. But significant injuries in the last few years - including the knee ligament tear that put McNabb out of action last season - have the Eagles thinking it might be time to find a replacement.
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September 15, 2004 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It was sudden and stunning, a bitter end to a bizarre season. It ended one play short, one victory short, and miles of expectations below what Daunte Culpepper had expected. As he stood in a daze at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., Culpepper vowed he would never have a season end in such frustrating fashion again. All the Vikings had to do was defeat the lowly Arizona Cardinals last year in their season finale, a task that seemed far less difficult than this week's assignment - facing the Eagles on Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field.
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May 19, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
The San Francisco 49ers waived quarterback Cade McNown on Saturday, the latest disappointment for the former first-round draft pick. McNown was acquired from the Miami Dolphins last June. After having shoulder surgery in August, he spent the season on injured reserve. He worked out with receiver Terrell Owens during the offseason, but he was among five quarterbacks under contract with the 49ers. Tim Rattay, Brandon Doman and Ken Dorsey remain with the team, which began its second minicamp on Saturday.
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May 18, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Serena Williams lost yesterday for the second time in just over a month, the closest she's come to a "Serena Slump" in an otherwise dominant season. With a little more than a week before she defends her title at the French Open, the world's top-ranked player lost to Amelie Mauresmo of France, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, in the semifinals of the Italian Open in Rome. Williams, 26-2 this year, failed to close out the match in the second set after leading by 5-4 and serving for the victory.
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April 26, 2003 | By Mike Bruton INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
"Son, your potential is going to get me fired. " - Former Maryland football coach Jerry Claiborne. For all the painstaking probing and scouting, the NFL's track record on knowing who will turn out to be a successful pro quarterback is about as good as a coin flip. Or, as some see it, a roll of the dice. "You look at the great players who have gone in the first round," said Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick, "the Marinos versus the Montanas. The Dan Foutses.
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August 28, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Running back Jamal Anderson won't be part of the New England Patriots' immediate plans, after all. A day after Anderson's agent said a deal was all but done, coach Bill Belichick said Anderson won't be on the roster. Belichick refused to get into specifics about the decision, but said of the oft-injured back, "I don't quite think he was ready. " "Maybe it will change, and maybe it won't," Belichick said. Belichick said Anderson agreed with his decision. "He took the physical, and after watching him and talking to him, we both felt this was the right thing to do at this time," Belichick said.
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August 28, 2002 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Former Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowl running back Jamal Anderson did not sign with the New England Patriots because he and coach Bill Belichick doubt that his surgically repaired knees are ready for contact. Anderson and New England had agreed in principle on a contract Monday. The Patriots were looking to add depth behind starter Antowain Smith, who rushed for 1,157 yards and 12 touchdowns in his first season with the team last year. 49ers. Backup quarterback Cade McNown needs surgery on his left shoulder and will miss the season, general manager Terry Donahue said.
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