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February 9, 1985
Fountain Valley High School's Brad Leggett and Carl Harry made verbal commitments Friday to play college football and will sign national letters of intent Wednesday. Leggett, a 6-foot 5-inch, 250-pound offensive tackle, will attend USC. He is the son of former Lousiana State star Earl Leggett, who played for the Chicago Bears and is now an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Raiders. Harry, 6-0, 165, will attend Utah. As a wide receiver, Harry caught 42 passes for 616 yards.
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December 20, 1990 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Emile Harry's innermost thoughts have stretched far beyond the limits of the football field, where stardom, or waivers, can be a fingertip catch away. When he attended Fountain Valley High School, Harry caught touchdown passes and wrote poetry. At Stanford, he caught touchdown passes, studied political science and worked as a computer consultant. Now a wide receiver with the Kansas City Chiefs, Harry recently completed a book titled "Flight Above the Moon."
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December 20, 1990 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Emile Harry's innermost thoughts have stretched far beyond the limits of the football field, where stardom, or waivers, can be a fingertip catch away. When he attended Fountain Valley High School, Harry caught touchdown passes and wrote poetry. At Stanford, he caught touchdown passes, studied political science and worked as a computer consultant. Now a wide receiver with the Kansas City Chiefs, Harry recently completed a book titled "Flight Above the Moon."
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October 22, 1986 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
The word that often came to mind when watching wide receiver Emile Harry play at Fountain Valley High School was fluid. He was a smooth operator. Harry wasn't Orange County's biggest or fastest receiver, but he was certainly the most elusive. He caught 52 passes for 1,141 yards and 12 touchdowns in his senior season and was named the Southern Section's Division I Player of the Year.
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October 22, 1986 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
The word that often came to mind when watching wide receiver Emile Harry play at Fountain Valley High School was fluid. He was a smooth operator. Harry wasn't Orange County's biggest or fastest receiver, but he was certainly the most elusive. He caught 52 passes for 1,141 yards and 12 touchdowns in his senior season and was named the Southern Section's Division I Player of the Year.
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April 15, 1986
Former Los Angeles Express quarterback Frank Seurer, who attended Edison High School in Huntington Beach, was one of eight free agents signed Monday by the Kansas City Chiefs. Also signed by the Chiefs was wide receiver Emile Harry, who played at Fountain Valley High School and Stanford.
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November 27, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER
One of the Rams' top priorities Sunday will be to slow the Minnesota Viking pass rush. Minnesota is third in the conference with 35 sacks and leads the NFL in interceptions with 21. The Vikings finished last season with only 33 sacks and 17 interceptions, and Coach Dennis Green says much of the credit should go to defensive line coach John Teerlinck, who was a Ram assistant last season.
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October 30, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Though the Rams tried out two veteran wide receivers to hedge their bets, it appears Flipper Anderson's right ankle injury isn't serious and he won't need to be placed on the injured-reserve list, Coach Chuck Knox said. Anderson is still listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Atlanta. But tests showed that the injury is a bone bruise and shouldn't keep him out for a long period, Knox said. Aaron Cox should replace Anderson in the starting lineup Sunday if Anderson isn't ready.
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December 4, 1989 | From Associated Press
The Kansas City Chiefs withstood a fourth-quarter rally led by Dan Marino to defeat the Miami Dolphins, 26-21, Sunday and move into contention in the AFC West. Kansas City wide receiver Stephone Paige caught seven passes from Steve DeBerg for 133 yards and Christian Okoye rushed for 148 yards in 32 carries to set a new team single-season rushing record for the Chiefs. The Chiefs (6-6-1) and the Dolphins (7-6) will conclude their battle for a wild-card spot in their season finale at Miami.
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December 25, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Robert Young, a second-year defensive lineman who has been waiting for a chance at defensive end, might get it Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons in the season finale. Young, a pass-rushing end in college, began the season as the starting left defensive end. But he missed the first four games because of a sore shoulder, and when he came back, the Rams decided to use him as a backup defensive tackle.
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February 9, 1985
Fountain Valley High School's Brad Leggett and Carl Harry made verbal commitments Friday to play college football and will sign national letters of intent Wednesday. Leggett, a 6-foot 5-inch, 250-pound offensive tackle, will attend USC. He is the son of former Lousiana State star Earl Leggett, who played for the Chicago Bears and is now an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Raiders. Harry, 6-0, 165, will attend Utah. As a wide receiver, Harry caught 42 passes for 616 yards.
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April 13, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Diego Chargers plan to sign offensive lineman Leo Goeas to a three-year, $2.6-million contract, and then trade him to the Rams this week for a fourth-round pick in the NFL draft April 25. "We hope to have it completed toward the end of the week," said Jay Zygmunt, Ram senior vice president. Charger General Manager Bobby Beathard agreed that the teams have a deal, saying that "now it's just a matter of the paperwork being completed."
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