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March 6, 1996 | by Kevin Mulligan, Daily News Sports Writer
The word in Green Bay was that Ray Rhodes was the reason the Packers used the fifth selection of the 1992 draft on Florida State cornerback Terrell Buckley instead of Wisconsin's Troy Vincent. Vincent was selected seventh by the Miami Dolphins. Rhodes set the record straight on that one yesterday as Vincent, the Eagles' new starting left cornerback, was introduced at a Veterans Stadium news conference. Buckley never panned out as a star in Green Bay and was traded to the Dolphins in 1995.
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December 20, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
The New England Patriots placed starting cornerback Otis Smith on injured reserve and released defensive tackle Steve Martin yesterday. Both players are former Eagles who also used to play for the New York Jets, the Patriots' opponent Sunday night. Smith, 37, sustained a shoulder injury in the fourth quarter of New England's 24-7 loss at Tennessee on Monday night. He started 13 of the team's 14 games and had two interceptions. He also forced two fumbles and recovered one. With Smith out for the season, his spot could be taken by Terrell Buckley, the primary backup at cornerback.
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September 9, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Travis Henry will be the Buffalo Bills' starting running back on opening day vs. Jacksonville, leaving Willis McGahee to settle for a backup role. McGahee said yesterday he can live with the role, but he doesn't have to like it. Henry is coming off his second straight 1,300-yard rushing season. McGahee, the Bills' first-round pick in 2003, missed all of last year recovering from a severe left knee injury. Bills safety Lawyer Milloy could miss two games because of a broken right forearm.
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July 14, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Hale Irwin wasn't about to let the wine-and-cheese crowd near the 17th fairway ruin his round. As fans in corporate tents created a steady buzz of noise, apparently oblivious to the fourth and final Senior PGA Tour major being played around them, Irwin was bothered enough to only par the par-5 17th, a hole 26 others birdied yesterday. Irwin regained his composure enough to make a 30-foot birdie putt on 18 to complete his 7-under-par 65, which tied him with Tom Watson at 9-under after two rounds in the Senior Players Championship in Dearborn, Mich.
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February 15, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
Bill Walsh, the NFL's consulting "genius," suggested that if the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers chose players well, they might win as many as six games next season. "He said that? He really said that?" asked Bill Polian, the Panthers' general manager. Then Polian laughed. The Jaguars and Panthers get their first shot today at the players with whom they will begin to build new franchises at the NFL's first expansion draft since Tampa Bay and Seattle joined the league 19 years ago. The draft will be carried live from New York on ESPN, starting at noon.
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March 14, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart agreed to a 2-year deal with Chicago yesterday. Stewart had spent 8 years with the Steelers before being released last month. The Bears needed a quarterback after releasing veteran Jim Miller earlier this month. With Miller battling injuries last season, the Bears finished 4-12. Stewart was 46-30 as a starter and twice led the Steelers to the AFC title game. He lost his job to Tommy Maddox last season. In other free-agency news: The New York Jets matched Washington's 5-year, $8 million offer to kick returner Chad Morton.
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November 26, 1991 | BY DICK WEISS, Daily News Sports Writer
The Daily News has occasionally assessed the race for college football's Heisman trophy. Here is sports writer Dick Weiss' final ballot: 1. Desmond Howard, junior wide-receiver, Michigan. The ballot boxes closed a long time ago on this one. Howard is averaging 159 all-purpose yards and has scored 23 touchdowns, at least one each game. "If I was voting, I'd mark the thing down 10 times, Desmond Howard," Michigan coach Gary Moeller said. 2. Shane Matthews, junior quarterback, Florida.
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November 15, 1991 | by Dick Weiss, Daily News Sports Writer
Miami wide receiver Lamar Thomas was still asleep at 8 a.m. Monday when he got an unexpected wakeup call from a friend. "It's time," said the voice on the other end, flamboyant Florida State cornerback Terrell Buckley. "Are you ready?" It's time, all right. The No. 1 Seminoles (10-0) vs. No. 2 Miami (8-0) tomorrow at Florida State's Doak Campbell Stadium (Channel 6, noon). The biggest game of the season. The winner should have the inside track on the national championship.
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February 15, 2013 | From Inquirer Wire Services
After leading the Minnesota Vikings to a surprising playoff berth last season, Leslie Frazier has reached an agreement on a contract through 2014. The Vikings exercised the fourth-year option on his contract Wednesday, helping Frazier avoid what would have been a lame-duck season in 2013. He was entering the final year of his deal, and talks of an extension started to become an issue publicly as the Vikings mounted a stunning December run to the playoffs. Stuck at 6-6 and without injured receiver Percy Harvin, the Vikings rode running back Adrian Peterson to four straight victories, including a thriller over Green Bay in the regular-season finale to thrust them into the postseason.
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October 12, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Bruce Matthews, who holds the NFL's current longest consecutive-starts streak, was wearing a heavy brace on his right knee yesterday while he watched the Tennessee Titans run through a light practice. Matthews, 39, suffered a sprained knee ligament Sunday and was listed as questionable for Monday night's game against Jacksonville. The left guard has started 202 consecutive games. Chiefs. Dave Szott was placed on injured reserve, possibly ending his outstanding career. The return of the 11-year veteran guard, out for the remainder of this season, seems unlikely.
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February 15, 2013 | From Inquirer Wire Services
After leading the Minnesota Vikings to a surprising playoff berth last season, Leslie Frazier has reached an agreement on a contract through 2014. The Vikings exercised the fourth-year option on his contract Wednesday, helping Frazier avoid what would have been a lame-duck season in 2013. He was entering the final year of his deal, and talks of an extension started to become an issue publicly as the Vikings mounted a stunning December run to the playoffs. Stuck at 6-6 and without injured receiver Percy Harvin, the Vikings rode running back Adrian Peterson to four straight victories, including a thriller over Green Bay in the regular-season finale to thrust them into the postseason.
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September 9, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Travis Henry will be the Buffalo Bills' starting running back on opening day vs. Jacksonville, leaving Willis McGahee to settle for a backup role. McGahee said yesterday he can live with the role, but he doesn't have to like it. Henry is coming off his second straight 1,300-yard rushing season. McGahee, the Bills' first-round pick in 2003, missed all of last year recovering from a severe left knee injury. Bills safety Lawyer Milloy could miss two games because of a broken right forearm.
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March 14, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart agreed to a 2-year deal with Chicago yesterday. Stewart had spent 8 years with the Steelers before being released last month. The Bears needed a quarterback after releasing veteran Jim Miller earlier this month. With Miller battling injuries last season, the Bears finished 4-12. Stewart was 46-30 as a starter and twice led the Steelers to the AFC title game. He lost his job to Tommy Maddox last season. In other free-agency news: The New York Jets matched Washington's 5-year, $8 million offer to kick returner Chad Morton.
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December 20, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
The New England Patriots placed starting cornerback Otis Smith on injured reserve and released defensive tackle Steve Martin yesterday. Both players are former Eagles who also used to play for the New York Jets, the Patriots' opponent Sunday night. Smith, 37, sustained a shoulder injury in the fourth quarter of New England's 24-7 loss at Tennessee on Monday night. He started 13 of the team's 14 games and had two interceptions. He also forced two fumbles and recovered one. With Smith out for the season, his spot could be taken by Terrell Buckley, the primary backup at cornerback.
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September 2, 2002 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
A week before the season opener, the Carolina Panthers benched quarterback Chris Weinke yesterday and gave Rodney Peete the starting job, according to ESPN.com. Team and NFL sources confirmed that, after evaluating the position, the Panthers believe the former Eagle gives them their best chance to win. "It's just something we felt we had to do after looking at the situation," a Panthers official told the ESPN Web site. An official announcement is expected today by coach John Fox. The Panthers will open the season at home Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
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July 9, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Mike Dunleavy, the third overall pick in the NBA draft, signed yesterday with the Golden State Warriors. Dunleavy, a 6-foot-9 forward, was a member of Duke's 2001 national championship team. He averaged 17.3 points and 7.2 rebounds for the Blue Devils last season, then skipped his senior season to enter the draft. Frank Williams, a first-round draft pick from Illinois, signed with the New York Knicks. The Warriors would not discuss the terms of Dunleavy's three-year contract, but it is in line with the rookie pay scale.
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February 4, 2002 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Patriots had to win this one. In a Super Bowl that became a memorial to the Sept. 11 terrorism victims and a celebration of all things American, the underdog New England Patriots just had to beat the dynasty talk out of the St. Louis Rams. They did just that, knocking the Rams around and making a mockery of the Las Vegas oddsmakers to claim their first NFL championship, 20-17, last night at the Louisiana Superdome. "We are all patriots," New England owner Robert Kraft said after the game.
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July 14, 2001 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Colorado Avalanche yesterday signed coach Bob Hartley to a two-year contract extension, five weeks after the team won the Stanley Cup. Terms were not disclosed. Hartley's current contract had one year remaining. The new deal will carry him through the 2003-04 season. The team is 138-73-31-4 in Hartley's three seasons, winning division titles all three years. Keith Tkachuk agreed to a one-year contract worth $8.3 million, the same amount he made in 2000-01, and will remain with the St. Louis Blues.
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July 14, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Hale Irwin wasn't about to let the wine-and-cheese crowd near the 17th fairway ruin his round. As fans in corporate tents created a steady buzz of noise, apparently oblivious to the fourth and final Senior PGA Tour major being played around them, Irwin was bothered enough to only par the par-5 17th, a hole 26 others birdied yesterday. Irwin regained his composure enough to make a 30-foot birdie putt on 18 to complete his 7-under-par 65, which tied him with Tom Watson at 9-under after two rounds in the Senior Players Championship in Dearborn, Mich.
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October 12, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Bruce Matthews, who holds the NFL's current longest consecutive-starts streak, was wearing a heavy brace on his right knee yesterday while he watched the Tennessee Titans run through a light practice. Matthews, 39, suffered a sprained knee ligament Sunday and was listed as questionable for Monday night's game against Jacksonville. The left guard has started 202 consecutive games. Chiefs. Dave Szott was placed on injured reserve, possibly ending his outstanding career. The return of the 11-year veteran guard, out for the remainder of this season, seems unlikely.
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