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November 15, 1993 | From Associated Press
Bernie Kosar didn't look like a quarterback with diminished skills. With only four days of practice after his release by the Cleveland Browns, Kosar completed 13 of 21 passes for 199 yards. He also threw for a touchdown while directing the Dallas Cowboys to 20-15 victory Sunday over the Phoenix Cardinals. "For Bernie to pull this off with limited practice time was commendable," Dallas Coach Jimmy Johnson said. "He was hitting Michael Irvin on cross-over routes and executing the offense.
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November 3, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
With his ground attack virtually non-existent, quarterback Bernie Kosar threw three touchdowns passes Sunday as the Cleveland Browns beat the winless Indianapolis Colts, 24-9. A spectacular catch by Herman Fontenot gave the Browns a quick 14-0 lead, and Indianapolis never seriously challenged again. "He (Fontenot) wasn't the primary receiver," said Cleveland Coach Marty Schottenheimer of the 72-yard touchdown play.
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September 19, 1986 | Associated Press
Fullback Larry Kinnebrew, looking even bigger than his listed 258 pounds, bruised his way to three touchdowns Thursday night as he led the Cincinnati Bengals to a 30-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns. "You better believe he's a load, at 270 pounds," Cleveland defensive end Carl Hairston said. "With a guy that big, you've got to have a lot of guys around him."
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September 14, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Bobby Hebert threw two touchdown passes to Hoby Brenner, and Bruce Clark and Brett Maxie both sacked Bernie Kosar in the end zone for fourth-quarter safeties Sunday as the New Orleans Saints beat the Cleveland Browns, 28-21. It was the first time in the Saints' 21-year history that they had two safeties in a game and only the fourth time they had won a season opener.
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March 15, 1985 | Associated Press
Quarterback Bernie Kosar, whose strong arm led the University of Miami to the 1983 national championship, said Thursday that he would cut short his college career to play with the National Football League. Kosar said he would need six credit hours this summer to graduate and could complete his current studies by the end of June, in time for NFL summer training camps.
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September 21, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Mark Malone honestly didn't believe he was throwing the ball that poorly. The Pittsburgh quarterback threw five interceptions Sunday, including four in the second half, as the Steelers lost to the Cleveland Browns, 34-10. It was the sixth straight loss for the Steelers at Cleveland Stadium. "I came in and felt like I was throwing the ball well," Malone said. "The last interception was a good play by (linebacker Clay) Matthews. The other four--you're looking at three deflections and a great play."
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September 6, 1988 | From Times Wire Services and
Quarterbacks Bernie Kosar of the Cleveland Browns and Warren Moon of the Houston Oilers, who were expected to lead their teams to big things this season, instead will be on the sidelines for several weeks. Kosar is expected to be out four to eight weeks with an injury to his passing arm suffered in Sunday's 6-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. "I'm obviously, from my standpoint, pretty disappointed," Kosar said shortly after receiving the diagnosis Monday.
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November 11, 1986 | Associated Press
Bernie Kosar saw no need to gloat, even though his best performance ever was witnessed by a sold-out Cleveland Stadium crowd and a national television audience Monday night. "I don't look at it as myself showing people what I'm capable of doing," the second-year Cleveland quarterback said after he threw for 401 yards to lead the Browns past the Miami Dolphins, 26-16. "I look at it as our team showing what it can do."
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August 24, 1985
It had to happen. The day after Cleveland Browns rookie Bernie Kosar made the cover of Sports Illustrated, Peter King of Newsday wrote: "Kosar has lost the starting quarterback job--if he was in line to win it immediately--to nine-year veteran Gary Danielson, the Detroit Lions castoff. "Danielson is now a cinch to open the season for the Browns, and he'll have to play himself out of the job."
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October 27, 1990 | From Associated Press
The San Francisco 49ers are taking aim at Bernie Kosar. And why not? The Cleveland Browns' quarterback has been a pretty easy target so far this season. "When you look at (Kosar), you think there's a chance to bat some balls down because of his sidearm release," said 49ers defensive end Pierce Holt. 'If we can get him to run he's fairly accurate throwing on the run, but we don't want him to get comfortable. "If he gets comfortable in the pocket, he can pick you apart."
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