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September 23, 1987

Earl Wilson, former Charger defensive end, Tuesday pleaded innocent to two cocaine charges.

At his arraignment, Wilson, 29, was formally charged with furnishing cocaine to an undercover police officer and possession of cocaine.

San Diego Municipal Court judge Raymond Edwards set a Nov. 13 preliminary hearing and allowed him to remain free on his own recognizance.

Edwards permitted Wilson to travel out of the state of Kentucky pending the preliminary hearing.

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