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June 13, 1991 | RICH CIMINI, NEWSDAY
When the New York Jets drafted Browning Nagle two months ago, he was dubbed by the media as the team's quarterback of the future. Now, apparently, another team would like Nagle in its future--a major league baseball team. Nagle learned Wednesday that he had been drafted by the Angels in the 51st round of the recent free-agent amateur draft. And, yes, Nagle--a standout pitcher in high school--is interested in giving baseball a shot.
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September 25, 1996 | Associated Press
In the wake of quarterback Jeff George's suspension, the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday re-signed Browning Nagle as a backup. Bobby Hebert, who had been playing behind George, will start Sunday when the Falcons face the 49ers in San Francisco. The Falcons also released running back Lincoln Coleman and wide receiver Burnell Roques from their practice squad. Nagle, 28, was released by the Falcons on Aug. 25.
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SPORTS
June 28, 1991
Quarterback Browning Nagle, the top draft choice of the New York Jets, has agreed to a two-year contract worth an estimated $1 million.
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May 8, 1994 | From Associated Press
Browning Nagle, considered the New York Jets' quarterback of the future just a year ago, was released by the team Friday, a day after the team signed Jack Trudeau. Nagle, who a week ago signed a contract that would have paid him $875,000 next season, was deemed expendable by the Jets after they signed Trudeau, released last month by Indianapolis. Trudeau signed for $1,725,000 over two years, adding an additional burden to the salary cap of $34.6 million per team.
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December 31, 1990 | Associated Press
When Howard Schnellenberger was at Miami, he had such outstanding quarterbacks as Jim Kelly and Bernie Kosar. Now in his sixth season at Louisville, he has another good one--Browning Nagle. Nagle is 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds and can throw a football nearly 90 yards. In two years since transferring from West Virginia, he has passed for 16 touchdowns per season and a total of 4,653 yards, with 2,150 this year. He completed nearly 56% of his passes (146 of 263) while leading the No.
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September 25, 1996 | Associated Press
In the wake of quarterback Jeff George's suspension, the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday re-signed Browning Nagle as a backup. Bobby Hebert, who had been playing behind George, will start Sunday when the Falcons face the 49ers in San Francisco. The Falcons also released running back Lincoln Coleman and wide receiver Burnell Roques from their practice squad. Nagle, 28, was released by the Falcons on Aug. 25.
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May 8, 1994 | From Associated Press
Browning Nagle, considered the New York Jets' quarterback of the future just a year ago, was released by the team Friday, a day after the team signed Jack Trudeau. Nagle, who a week ago signed a contract that would have paid him $875,000 next season, was deemed expendable by the Jets after they signed Trudeau, released last month by Indianapolis. Trudeau signed for $1,725,000 over two years, adding an additional burden to the salary cap of $34.6 million per team.
SPORTS
November 25, 1991 | T.J. SIMERS
Before the game the New York Jets announced that rookie quarterback Browning Nagle would be one of their two inactive players for the game. However, with 4:46 remaining in the fourth quarter, Nagle got to play. Coach Dan Henning and several reporters were under the impression that Nagle could not play unless starting quarterback Ken O'Brien and backup Troy Taylor was forced from the game because of injuries.
SPORTS
June 13, 1991 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Left-hander Floyd Bannister, on the disabled list since May 18 because of tendinitis in his left shoulder, was sent to Class-A Palm Springs on rehabilitation assignment. Bannister's first scheduled outing will be tonight at High Desert, in a relief role. The Angels have drafted University of Louisville quarterback Browning Nagle, two months after the New York Jets chose him in the second round of the NFL draft as their quarterback of the future.
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October 28, 1992 | Associated Press
Browning Nagle has been introduced to Bruce Smith, and Nagle has a temporary cast on his left foot to show for it. Nagle, the Jets' quarterback, was injured in the first quarter of Monday night's 24-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game with Miami because of an arch problem. Although Nagle played into the fourth quarter, he was hurt when Smith hit him after Nagle released a pass early in the game.
SPORTS
November 25, 1991 | T.J. SIMERS
Before the game the New York Jets announced that rookie quarterback Browning Nagle would be one of their two inactive players for the game. However, with 4:46 remaining in the fourth quarter, Nagle got to play. Coach Dan Henning and several reporters were under the impression that Nagle could not play unless starting quarterback Ken O'Brien and backup Troy Taylor was forced from the game because of injuries.
SPORTS
June 28, 1991
Quarterback Browning Nagle, the top draft choice of the New York Jets, has agreed to a two-year contract worth an estimated $1 million.
SPORTS
June 13, 1991 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Left-hander Floyd Bannister, on the disabled list since May 18 because of tendinitis in his left shoulder, was sent to Class-A Palm Springs on rehabilitation assignment. Bannister's first scheduled outing will be tonight at High Desert, in a relief role. The Angels have drafted University of Louisville quarterback Browning Nagle, two months after the New York Jets chose him in the second round of the NFL draft as their quarterback of the future.
SPORTS
June 13, 1991 | RICH CIMINI, NEWSDAY
When the New York Jets drafted Browning Nagle two months ago, he was dubbed by the media as the team's quarterback of the future. Now, apparently, another team would like Nagle in its future--a major league baseball team. Nagle learned Wednesday that he had been drafted by the Angels in the 51st round of the recent free-agent amateur draft. And, yes, Nagle--a standout pitcher in high school--is interested in giving baseball a shot.
SPORTS
December 31, 1990 | Associated Press
When Howard Schnellenberger was at Miami, he had such outstanding quarterbacks as Jim Kelly and Bernie Kosar. Now in his sixth season at Louisville, he has another good one--Browning Nagle. Nagle is 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds and can throw a football nearly 90 yards. In two years since transferring from West Virginia, he has passed for 16 touchdowns per season and a total of 4,653 yards, with 2,150 this year. He completed nearly 56% of his passes (146 of 263) while leading the No.
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August 2, 1992 | Associated Press
Glenn Cadrez and Dennis Byrd each returned interceptions for touchdowns and Browning Nagle ran for one score and passed for another as the New York Jets defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 41-14, in the Hall of Fame exhibition game at Canton, Ohio. Herschel Walker had four carries for minus-1 yard in his Eagle debut. Scott Mitchell, filling in for Dan Marino, passed for 227 yards and one touchdown to lead the Miami Dolphins to a 22-21 victory over the Washington Redskins at Orlando, Fla. . . .
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