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January 11, 2000 | LARRY STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There's not much excitement in this town of 7,700, across Lake Pontchartrain about 45 minutes north of New Orleans. There might occasionally be a rowdy party in the ballroom at the Holiday Inn on a Saturday night, but otherwise things are quiet. There are no big corporations with boardrooms filled with people obsessed by profit margins, and that suits Steve Rosenbloom fine. Rosenbloom, 55, and his wife, Shelly, who have two young children, have lived in Covington since 1991.
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February 6, 1990 | From Associated Press
Bruce Coslet, offensive coordinator for the high-scoring Cincinnati Bengals, was named the new head coach of the New York Jets today, ending a six-week search for a successor to Joe Walton. The 43-year-old Coslet was not the Jets' first choice for the job. Last month, Michigan State Coach George Perles turned down the position and accepted an offer to also become athletic director at the school.
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April 23, 1994 | DOM AMORE, HARTFORD COURANT
The tension had been building for weeks. Which quarterback would the New England Patriots take, Drew Bledsoe or Rick Mirer? Bill Parcells, the new coach, decided weeks before, but never tipped his hand. Commissioner Paul Tagliabue finally ended the drama, telling the crowd at the Marriott Marquis on Broadway, and the national TV audience, that Bledsoe, of Washington State, would be the choice. "I always thought (being taken No.
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December 30, 1994 | TIM KAWAKAMI
It will never happen, but Roy Jones Jr. can't help but wonder what it would be like to fight 46-year-old heavyweight champion George Foreman. Jones, considered one of the world's top fighters, pound for pound, after dominating James Toney to win the International Boxing Federation super-middleweight title, says he could be very effective against Foreman. "He would never land a punch," Jones says.
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March 8, 1994 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Mike Tyson lost his bid to have his rape conviction reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday. Now, he will try to win early release from prison--through education. He is serving a six-year sentence at the Indiana Youth Center in Plainfield, but his release in May of 1995 could be moved up by as much as six months if he passes his high school equivalency exam.
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April 4, 1993 | Associated Press
Joe Montana could leave the San Francisco 49ers as early as next week, according to a published report Saturday. The Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Phoenix Cardinals all have inquired about Montana and are prepared to make offers, according to a report published in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. "Something could happen this weekend, or definitely by Monday," a source close to the team told the newspaper. "Kansas City and Tampa have been talking, and now Phoenix is in the running."
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August 22, 1991 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While the Chargers continued to plug holes on defense by acquiring rejects from other teams, they moved closer to ending the holdout of their most valuable offensive player. The Chargers claimed cornerback Cedrick Mack off waivers Wednesday from the Phoenix Cardinals, who released the nine-year veteran Monday. Tuesday, the Chargers picked up outside linebacker Mike Wilcher on waivers from the Rams. Wilcher practiced with the Chargers Wednesday afternoon.
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January 2, 1986 | United Press International
Amid the seeming decaying morals of college football, a Tim Green occasionally emerges. Green, a defensive tackle at Syracuse, is headed for a first-round selection in the NFL draft this spring. Or is he? Later this month, Green will find out if he has been accepted as a Rhodes Scholar. If selected, and the powers at Oxford University in England say he cannot combine his studies with pro football, Green will have a big decision--and the NFL will have a 6-foot-2 and 250-pound question mark.
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July 19, 1994 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tony Meola, the starting goalkeeper for the U.S. national soccer team since 1989, was signed by the New York Jets as a kicker, it was announced Monday. "We gave Tony quite an extensive workout late last week and were really impressed by his leg strength and accuracy," said Dick Steinberg, the Jets' general manager. Meola, 25, from Kearny, N.J., was one of the high-profile members of the first U.S. team since 1930 to advance beyond the first round of the World Cup.
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May 12, 1990
If the Edmonton Oilers play the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup finals, it will be a rematch of the 1988 finals, which were swept by the Oilers. The teams actually played five games, but the fourth game was canceled because of a power failure at Boston Garden with the score 3-3 at 16:37 of the second period. NHL President John Ziegler announced afterward that the game would be replayed two nights later at Edmonton.
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