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January 11, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Charles Haley, who underwent back surgery five weeks ago, could be ready for limited action in Sunday's NFC championship game against the Green Bay Packers. Haley practiced yesterday for the first time since the procedure. "You wouldn't have known he had this operation just five weeks ago," coach Barry Switzer said. Haley, the team's leading pass rusher, is expected to be used in passing situations. He had played all season in back pain and said when he chose surgery he expected to retire.
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January 16, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
Dallas defensive end Charles Haley, frustrated in his bid for a fifth Super Bowl title, reportedly told teammates and coaches yesterday he is retiring. "The bottom line is that this was my final football game," he told The Dallas Morning News in the locker room after the Cowboys' 38-28 loss to San Francisco for the NFC title. "That's it for me. I've had a great time in Dallas, but it's over. " Coach Barry Switzer said Haley stood and made the announcement to the players after the coach had addressed the club.
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June 7, 1994 | Daily News Wire Services
The Eagles can throw away the file on free-agent defensive end Richard Dent, who could sign with the San Francisco 49ers today, according to a report in the San Jose Mercury News. Dent has reached an agreement in principle with the San Francisco 49ers, team president Carmen Policy told the newspaper yesterday. Dent, 33, will meet with 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo today in Youngstown, Ohio, before signing the two-year contract worth $3 million, Policy said. The Eagles had been seeking Dent for weeks.
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January 2, 1999 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Desperate to bolster their pass rush, the San Francisco 49ers plan to bring Charles Haley out of retirement and play him in tomorrow's wild-card game against the Green Bay Packers. Haley, a linebacker/defensive end, was en route yesterday to the 49ers' Santa Clara, Calif., headquarters and was scheduled to work out for the team today. If he works out well and passes a physical, he'll be signed and put to work in time for the 49ers' playoff showdown, a source close to the team told the Associated Press.
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July 2, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
Charles Haley, the only player in the NFL to win five Super Bowl rings, will retire before the start of the Dallas Cowboys' season because of back injuries, he said yesterday. "Nah, I'm not playing," he said before taking part in a tribute to Pat Jones, father of team owner Jerry Jones, at a tourist attraction in Strafford, Mo. Asked when it would be official, the 33-year-old defensive end said: "The boss has to tell me. " "Something has to be done," Haley said. "I think they have a game plan for me, they just probably haven't told me. " The boss, Jerry Jones, refused to confirm Haley's decision.
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September 28, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
The injury-depleted Dallas Cowboys just got more depleted. Coach Barry Switzer said yesterday defensive end Charles Haley will miss his second consecutive game as he nurses a degenerative back problem. Switzer also said he was unsure if the 10-year veteran would make the trip to Philadelphia for Monday night's game against the Eagles at Veterans Stadium. "Charles is not going to play this week," Switzer said. "Like I've always said, I think Charles is going to be back after the break.
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February 1, 1987 | By David M. Giles, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Ambler Borough Planning Commission has called for the resignation of Ambler Borough Council members Bonnie Kroll and Frank Morasco, but the two have said they will not resign. Following the commission's monthly meeting Wednesday night, the planners voted to send a letter to the council recommending that Kroll and Morasco step down. Commission chairman Charles Haley said the two had thwarted the commission's ability to plan for the borough's future. "They (Kroll and Morasco)
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September 29, 1992 | By Mike Rabun, FOR THE INQUIRER
Charles Haley, the 6-foot-5, 230-pound defensive monster, will appear at Veterans Stadium on Monday night in a Dallas Cowboys uniform as a combination end, linebacker and potential creator of havoc for the Eagles. He will be doing so as the result of a recent change of address. The management of the San Francisco 49ers wanted him gone. The management of the Cowboys wanted someone who could rush the passer like a wild man. The off-season deal was easy to make. "Dallas has themselves another great football player," said Washington coach Joe Gibbs.
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December 7, 1995 | By Tim Panaccio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Barrett Brooks, the Eagles' left offensive tackle, lost a day of preparation this week. He wasted time studying tapes of Charles Haley. Haley, the Cowboys' right defensive end, announced his retirement because of back problems, then decided he'd have surgery this week for a herniated disk instead and maybe play next season. Either way, Brooks had to start over yesterday afternoon. He watched tapes of right tackle Leon Lett, who is moving to Haley's spot for the first time in two years.
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March 8, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
All-pro defensive end Charles Haley, who said after the Dallas Cowboys' loss in the NFC championship game he was retiring, will play next season. Haley, 31, who is due to make $1.95 million this season, said yesterday he decided to "unretire" for several reasons. One reason, he said, was the Cowboys' commitment to keep their players. "I'd rather not play if we're going to lose, and if they sit on their hands as far as getting other players, I still might retire again," he said.
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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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January 2, 1999 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Desperate to bolster their pass rush, the San Francisco 49ers plan to bring Charles Haley out of retirement and play him in tomorrow's wild-card game against the Green Bay Packers. Haley, a linebacker/defensive end, was en route yesterday to the 49ers' Santa Clara, Calif., headquarters and was scheduled to work out for the team today. If he works out well and passes a physical, he'll be signed and put to work in time for the 49ers' playoff showdown, a source close to the team told the Associated Press.
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July 2, 1997 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Super-quick defensive end Charles Haley, the only player with five Super Bowl rings, will retire from the Dallas Cowboys before the start of the NFL season because of back injuries. "Nah, I'm not playing," Haley said yesterday, before taking part in a tribute to Pat Jones, father of team owner Jerry Jones, in Straford, Mo. Haley, described by coach Barry Switzer as "the greatest defensive rushing end in pro football," has had three back operations in four years, forcing him to miss 16 games.
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July 2, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
Charles Haley, the only player in the NFL to win five Super Bowl rings, will retire before the start of the Dallas Cowboys' season because of back injuries, he said yesterday. "Nah, I'm not playing," he said before taking part in a tribute to Pat Jones, father of team owner Jerry Jones, at a tourist attraction in Strafford, Mo. Asked when it would be official, the 33-year-old defensive end said: "The boss has to tell me. " "Something has to be done," Haley said. "I think they have a game plan for me, they just probably haven't told me. " The boss, Jerry Jones, refused to confirm Haley's decision.
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September 28, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
The injury-depleted Dallas Cowboys just got more depleted. Coach Barry Switzer said yesterday defensive end Charles Haley will miss his second consecutive game as he nurses a degenerative back problem. Switzer also said he was unsure if the 10-year veteran would make the trip to Philadelphia for Monday night's game against the Eagles at Veterans Stadium. "Charles is not going to play this week," Switzer said. "Like I've always said, I think Charles is going to be back after the break.
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January 24, 1996 | by Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
Joel Steed watched the tape of the Dallas Cowboys' 38-27 victory over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game. He watched Cowboys right tackle Erik Williams take Packers defensive lineman John Jurkovic out of the game with a blindside chop block. He watched Williams continually put his hands to the face of Packers defensive end Reggie White. And he watched the officials stand by and do nothing about it. The Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle said he sincerely hopes the officials at Super Bowl XXX will be a little more alert.
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January 11, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Charles Haley, who underwent back surgery five weeks ago, could be ready for limited action in Sunday's NFC championship game against the Green Bay Packers. Haley practiced yesterday for the first time since the procedure. "You wouldn't have known he had this operation just five weeks ago," coach Barry Switzer said. Haley, the team's leading pass rusher, is expected to be used in passing situations. He had played all season in back pain and said when he chose surgery he expected to retire.
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January 5, 1996 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
The Eagles of Reggie White, Jerome Brown, Seth Joyner and a rambling Randall Cunningham were one of John Madden's all-time favorite teams. With no dominant defensive player, the Eagles who meet Dallas in an NFC semifinal on Sunday (Channel 29, 12:30 p.m.) are a completely different team. The last time Madden saw the Eagles, they looked like a pretty bad team. Instead of rambling and scrambling, the Eagles were stumbling and bumbling in a 20-14 loss to Chicago in their regular-season finale on Christmas Eve. One week later, in an abrupt reversal, the Eagles humiliated the favored Detroit Lions, 58-37, in a wild-card playoff game.
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December 7, 1995 | By Tim Panaccio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Barrett Brooks, the Eagles' left offensive tackle, lost a day of preparation this week. He wasted time studying tapes of Charles Haley. Haley, the Cowboys' right defensive end, announced his retirement because of back problems, then decided he'd have surgery this week for a herniated disk instead and maybe play next season. Either way, Brooks had to start over yesterday afternoon. He watched tapes of right tackle Leon Lett, who is moving to Haley's spot for the first time in two years.
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December 6, 1995 | By Ray Didinger, Daily News Sports Writer
Charles Haley was in the Dallas Cowboys locker room yesterday, packing for a trip to Los Angeles and probable surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back, but he did not rule out a return to football. Haley, who on Monday said his NFL career was over, yesterday was more optimistic. He was headed to LA to meet with Dr. Robert Watkins, who repaired a similar problem in his back last year, and hoping for an encouraging report. "I hope I can possibly come back and play, whether I play this year or have the opportunity to play next year, that's what I'm looking forward to," said Haley, who took himself out of Sunday's 24-17 loss to Washington due to the intense pain in his lower back.
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