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SPORTS
January 4, 1986
Has anybody else noticed that every time Eric Dickerson lines up six or seven yards behind the line of scrimmage, he always gets a pitchout? I mean, always. Think about it. SY KASOFF North Hollywood
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SPORTS
January 3, 1987
In a controlled scrimmage, a turnover is worth six points. Including last Sunday's playoff game, Eric Dickerson has turned the ball over 14 times--84 points! Is "Wendell" Dickerson worth this? DICK AVERY Thousand Oaks
SPORTS
December 22, 1985 | RICH ROBERTS
The Rams Saturday placed reserve tight end James McDonald on injured reserve with a knee injury and activated linebacker-special teams player Norwood Vann. The Rams practiced without pads while Eric Dickerson watched. It was still uncertain whether he would play against the Raiders at Anaheim Stadium Monday night.
SPORTS
December 12, 1987
Upon reading Eric Dickerson's remarks about Raider running back Bo Jackson, I can't help feeling that Dickerson is certainly a legend in his own mind. I hope after his fourth 100-yard game, Coach Meyer is ready for contract renegotiations. TOBIN HOOD Riverside
SPORTS
October 5, 1985
Now it can be told. Eric Dickerson's two-game holdout was designed to remove any doubt about his single-season rushing record. He clearly intends to surpass O.J. Simpson's rushing mark in a 14-game season. FRANK JOHNSON Las Vegas
SPORTS
August 31, 1985
Why can't our athletes, especially Eric Dickerson, understand that money is the bottom line. It is not for them, primarily, but for the interested agents and attorneys. The real winners of these holdouts are the IRS and the agents. EDWARD WHITE Los Angeles
SPORTS
September 27, 1986
So Eric Dickerson thinks the Rams gave up too much for Everett. Well, Jim shouldn't worry too much about what Eric thinks. I don't think Eric cared what other people thought when he sat out last year until he got what he thought the Rams should give him. MIKE THOMAS Canoga Park
SPORTS
November 14, 1987
The abortive strike and the behavior of the principals in that strike, the Eric Dickerson affair, and many other stories have convinced the name of the game is no longer football, its foolball . Deal me out. JEFF TUFTS Sierra Madre
SPORTS
January 25, 1986
Poetic justice! Two superstar holdouts, Eric Dickerson and Dan Marino, come tantalizingly close to the Super Bowl and then fall flat on their greedy faces--on the same day. A contract is a contract is a contract. MICHAEL DeMATTIA Newbury Park
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