November 29, 1991 |
Quarterback Jeff Hostetler of the New York Giants says he first injured his back during a sack by linebacker Broderick Thomas of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers late in the first half Sunday and not on the third-quarter hit by Thomas that left him motionless on the field. Hostetler, who returned to his Bergen County, N.J., home on a chartered flight Wednesday after three nights in a Tampa, Fla.
February 12, 1991 |
Tampa Bay linebacker Broderick Thomas is recuperating from gunshot wounds that he suffered outside a Tampa (Fla.) nightclub. Thomas, 23, was released from a Tampa hospital a day after he was shot wounded when he allegedly intervened in an argument with an Air Force officer over a woman.
February 11, 1991 |
Tampa Bay linebacker Broderick Thomas was back home today, recuperating from gunshot wounds he got outside a Tampa nightclub. Thomas, 23, was released from Tampa General Hospital on Sunday, a day after he was wounded in the armpit and chest when he allegedly intervened in an argument over a woman. Frank Taylor Jr., 27, a staff sergeant at MacDill Air Force Base, was charged with aggravated battery with a firearm in the shooting and released on his own recognizance.
February 10, 1991 |
Linebacker Broderick Thomas of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was shot in the upper chest and right arm Saturday outside a nightclub and was reported in stable but serious condition. An Air Force staff sergeant was arrested in the shooting, which police said took place at 2:40 a.m. outside Rumors Nightclub north of downtown. Staff Sgt. Frank Taylor Jr.
May 7, 1989
Broderick Thomas, All-American linebacker at Nebraska and No. 1 draft choice of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has been arrested four times on misdemeanor charges since 1986 in Lincoln, Neb., the Tampa Tribune reported. The Tribune also reported that there is a warrant out for Thomas' arrest in Lincoln. The warrant, issued April 21, alleges that a $72 check Thomas gave to a liquor store last November was not good. According to police records, Thomas used the alias Broderick Singletary during his four arrests.
April 23, 1989 |
After a week of everyone in the National Football League telephoning everyone else, most of the expected raft of trades has happened, but the draft starts at 9 this morning and the day is young. Here's how it looks, heading into show time: 1 DALLAS: TROY AIKMAN: QB UCLA: They've already signed him. Jimmy Johnson thought and thought and thought, but this was the only way to go. 2 GREEN BAY: TONY MANDARICH: OT:: Michigan State: Now he's being billed, not: just as the greatest line prospect since Anthony Munoz, but by Sports Illustrated as the greatest prospect ever.