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August 18, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The rest of the NFL may be catching up with San Francisco - or it will if the 49ers keep getting hurt. For the second straight day, the Super Bowl champions had a key player get hurt, this time first-round draft choice J.J. Stokes, who broke a bone in his right hand during practice in Rocklin, Calif. He's expected to miss up to six weeks. That followed Wednesday's practice, in which fullback William Floyd sprained ligaments in his right knee. Floyd is expected to miss three weeks, including the regular-season opener in New Orleans.
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September 30, 1994 | by John Smallwood, Daily News Sports Writer
The quality play of the San Francisco 49ers' offensive line always has been recognized as a key component of the team's sustained success, even though it often has been overshadowed by the flashy skill players who reaped the benefits of its excellence. This season, however, San Francisco's quick start has almost come in spite of the play of an injury-riddled offensive line. But if the Eagles, who play at Candlestick Park Sunday, are salivating in anticipation of getting their shot at the 49ers' disjointed offensive line, they're making sure it isn't too apparent.
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August 31, 1994 | By Dave Caldwell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Book it. The Buffalo Bills will not lose the Super Bowl for the fifth straight time. Thank heaven. We should all root for the all-time dream scenario. Super Bowl XXIX in Miami on Jan. 29 will be a rematch of the Sept. 11 regular-season game at Arrowhead Stadium between Steve Young's San Francisco 49ers and Joe Montana's Kansas City Chiefs. Montana will be wearing an IV by halftime, and the 49ers will win another Super Bore, 35-10. The rest of the fearless NFL forecast: MVP Steve Young (49ers)
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September 12, 1990 | By Tim Panaccio, Inquirer Staff Writer
Hunched over on a locker stool, Bruce Collie is finger-reading his way through a black binder, as if he were a pilot charting his next flight pattern. No surprise there. Collie has a pilot's license. On this day, however, the Eagles' newest offensive lineman isn't mapping out altitudes and compass bearings. Instead, he's attempting to cram a training camp's worth of offense into a few moments of solitude. "There's a world of difference in the terminology," said Collie, shaking his head.
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January 26, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
It didn't take long for Jerry Rice to tire of the Super Bowl media. The record-setting San Francisco 49ers wide receiver blew sky high at Tuesday's media session, laying into CNN sports reporter Vince Cellini and then storming out of an interview session. Rice lost his temper when Cellini tried to get him to play along with an intended humorous on-camera skit. The idea, as Cellini explained it, was to pretend that he didn't recognize Rice and then ask Rice a question about Deion Sanders.
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September 9, 1994 | Daily News Wire Services
Offensive tackle Harris Barton had surgery to repair his torn left triceps tendon yesterday and likely will miss the next 10 weeks of the season, not four to six weeks as first believed. "Part of the tendon needed 70 percent of repair; 70 percent of it was damaged is the way it was explained to me," coach George Seifert said. "It could be a week or two shorter, but we're looking at a length of time. " Barton, probably the 49ers' best offensive lineman, was voted to the Pro Bowl last season.
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September 29, 1994 | By S.A. Paolantonio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Last year, when Eddie DeBartolo Jr., the owner of the San Francisco 49ers, was preparing for the arrival of the NFL salary cap, he opened up his goody bag to a select group of players. Linebacker Bill Romanowski was not one of them. DeBartolo renegotiated the contracts of several star 49ers so that their signing bonuses counted against the team's 1993 payroll. But Romanowski was shut out - even though he was San Francisco's leading tackler last year. On Sunday, Romanowski will get his first chance at revenge.
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September 30, 1994 | by Ray Didinger, Daily News Sports Writer
You don't have to study the depth chart to know the San Francisco 49ers' offensive line is in disarray. Just watch quarterback Steve Young wince as he pulls on his jeans. Check the scowl on the face of running back Ricky Watters. When the offensive line is hurting, the pain spreads through the entire team. The 49ers are 3-1 going into Sunday's game with the Eagles, but coach George Seifert's brow is even more furrowed than usual. "It will be a tough deal," Seifert said.
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December 23, 1995 | by Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
This was late August and the Eagles were in the market for some offensive line help. They had just unloaded tackle Joe Sims, a free-agent bust, to the Green Bay Packers for a late-round pick and a couple of jocks. Somebody asked coach Ray Rhodes if he had any interest in Harry Boatswain, the former San Francisco 49er released by the Carolina Panthers less than two weeks earlier. "I had Harry last year and you don't see me making my speed move trying to get him," said Rhodes, who knew Boatswain from his days as an assistant coach with the 49ers.
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August 30, 1996 | by Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
When the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers began the monumental task of building their expansion franchises last year, one of the top items on their lists of construction materials was a good, young offensive left tackle. So, it came as no surprise when both teams eagerly grabbed one in the first round of the '95 draft. The Jaguars took highly regarded Tony Boselli, of Southern California, with the second overall pick, and the Panthers took Blake Brockermeyer, of the University of Texas, with the 29th.
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August 30, 1996 | by Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
When the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers began the monumental task of building their expansion franchises last year, one of the top items on their lists of construction materials was a good, young offensive left tackle. So, it came as no surprise when both teams eagerly grabbed one in the first round of the '95 draft. The Jaguars took highly regarded Tony Boselli, of Southern California, with the second overall pick, and the Panthers took Blake Brockermeyer, of the University of Texas, with the 29th.
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December 23, 1995 | by Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Writer
This was late August and the Eagles were in the market for some offensive line help. They had just unloaded tackle Joe Sims, a free-agent bust, to the Green Bay Packers for a late-round pick and a couple of jocks. Somebody asked coach Ray Rhodes if he had any interest in Harry Boatswain, the former San Francisco 49er released by the Carolina Panthers less than two weeks earlier. "I had Harry last year and you don't see me making my speed move trying to get him," said Rhodes, who knew Boatswain from his days as an assistant coach with the 49ers.
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August 18, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The rest of the NFL may be catching up with San Francisco - or it will if the 49ers keep getting hurt. For the second straight day, the Super Bowl champions had a key player get hurt, this time first-round draft choice J.J. Stokes, who broke a bone in his right hand during practice in Rocklin, Calif. He's expected to miss up to six weeks. That followed Wednesday's practice, in which fullback William Floyd sprained ligaments in his right knee. Floyd is expected to miss three weeks, including the regular-season opener in New Orleans.
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January 26, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
It didn't take long for Jerry Rice to tire of the Super Bowl media. The record-setting San Francisco 49ers wide receiver blew sky high at Tuesday's media session, laying into CNN sports reporter Vince Cellini and then storming out of an interview session. Rice lost his temper when Cellini tried to get him to play along with an intended humorous on-camera skit. The idea, as Cellini explained it, was to pretend that he didn't recognize Rice and then ask Rice a question about Deion Sanders.
SPORTS
September 30, 1994 | by John Smallwood, Daily News Sports Writer
The quality play of the San Francisco 49ers' offensive line always has been recognized as a key component of the team's sustained success, even though it often has been overshadowed by the flashy skill players who reaped the benefits of its excellence. This season, however, San Francisco's quick start has almost come in spite of the play of an injury-riddled offensive line. But if the Eagles, who play at Candlestick Park Sunday, are salivating in anticipation of getting their shot at the 49ers' disjointed offensive line, they're making sure it isn't too apparent.
SPORTS
September 30, 1994 | by Ray Didinger, Daily News Sports Writer
You don't have to study the depth chart to know the San Francisco 49ers' offensive line is in disarray. Just watch quarterback Steve Young wince as he pulls on his jeans. Check the scowl on the face of running back Ricky Watters. When the offensive line is hurting, the pain spreads through the entire team. The 49ers are 3-1 going into Sunday's game with the Eagles, but coach George Seifert's brow is even more furrowed than usual. "It will be a tough deal," Seifert said.
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September 29, 1994 | By S.A. Paolantonio, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Last year, when Eddie DeBartolo Jr., the owner of the San Francisco 49ers, was preparing for the arrival of the NFL salary cap, he opened up his goody bag to a select group of players. Linebacker Bill Romanowski was not one of them. DeBartolo renegotiated the contracts of several star 49ers so that their signing bonuses counted against the team's 1993 payroll. But Romanowski was shut out - even though he was San Francisco's leading tackler last year. On Sunday, Romanowski will get his first chance at revenge.
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September 9, 1994 | Daily News Wire Services
Offensive tackle Harris Barton had surgery to repair his torn left triceps tendon yesterday and likely will miss the next 10 weeks of the season, not four to six weeks as first believed. "Part of the tendon needed 70 percent of repair; 70 percent of it was damaged is the way it was explained to me," coach George Seifert said. "It could be a week or two shorter, but we're looking at a length of time. " Barton, probably the 49ers' best offensive lineman, was voted to the Pro Bowl last season.
SPORTS
August 31, 1994 | By Dave Caldwell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Book it. The Buffalo Bills will not lose the Super Bowl for the fifth straight time. Thank heaven. We should all root for the all-time dream scenario. Super Bowl XXIX in Miami on Jan. 29 will be a rematch of the Sept. 11 regular-season game at Arrowhead Stadium between Steve Young's San Francisco 49ers and Joe Montana's Kansas City Chiefs. Montana will be wearing an IV by halftime, and the 49ers will win another Super Bore, 35-10. The rest of the fearless NFL forecast: MVP Steve Young (49ers)
SPORTS
September 12, 1990 | By Tim Panaccio, Inquirer Staff Writer
Hunched over on a locker stool, Bruce Collie is finger-reading his way through a black binder, as if he were a pilot charting his next flight pattern. No surprise there. Collie has a pilot's license. On this day, however, the Eagles' newest offensive lineman isn't mapping out altitudes and compass bearings. Instead, he's attempting to cram a training camp's worth of offense into a few moments of solitude. "There's a world of difference in the terminology," said Collie, shaking his head.
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