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April 7, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
After nearly six weeks of touring the NFL, all-pro free agents Reggie White and Tim McDonald have finally made their decisions. White, a seven-time all-pro defensive end with the Philadelphia Eagles, signed with the Green Bay Packers on Tuesday for $17 million over four years, while McDonald, a three-time Pro Bowl selection with the Phoenix Cardinals, has agreed to terms with the San Francisco 49ers.
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August 22, 1994 | CHRIS FOSTER
The Rams, already without defensive end Fred Stokes for at least another week because of a knee injury, lost defensive tackle Sean Gilbert (injured knee, ankle) and defensive end Gerald Robinson (ankle) in the first half of a 29-20 loss to the Raiders on Saturday. On Sunday, Coach Chuck Knox was most concerned about the condition of Gilbert, who will probably sit out Thursday's game against the San Diego Chargers. Knox said the ankle injury was Gilbert's most serious.
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April 7, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rams re-signed Gerald Robinson, the team's starting left defensive end, to a three-year, $3-million contract Tuesday. Last month, the Rams paid Fred Stokes $3.75 million for three years to leave Washington and start on the right side of the defensive line. "It's obvious that despite the addition of Stokes they think Gerald Robinson is going to play an integral role for them," said Steve Feldman, Robinson's agent. "Looking at this contract, obviously they like him a lot."
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August 12, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Based on results, you would have to say defensive end Gerald Robinson is a stiff. Three disastrous years in Minnesota, two forgettable campaigns with the Chargers, and consider last season: The Rams paid Robinson $1.3 million and received three sacks in return. There have been no charges of extortion or blackmail filed against Robinson, but still you wonder just what he has on these teams to remain employed for nine years in the NFL. "I love the guy," said George Dyer, Ram defensive coordinator.
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August 22, 1994 | CHRIS FOSTER
The Rams, already without defensive end Fred Stokes for at least another week because of a knee injury, lost defensive tackle Sean Gilbert (injured knee, ankle) and defensive end Gerald Robinson (ankle) in the first half of a 29-20 loss to the Raiders on Saturday. On Sunday, Coach Chuck Knox was most concerned about the condition of Gilbert, who will probably sit out Thursday's game against the San Diego Chargers. Knox said the ankle injury was Gilbert's most serious.
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August 4, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Understanding that you never get a second chance to make a three-sack first impression, Gerald Robinson exploded from out of nowhere and the right defensive end spot Saturday to reintroduce himself to the Rams. Robinson, a forgotten man amid last season's Ram flop, flew past Charger backup left tackle Darryl Jenkins three times in the scrimmage with San Diego, garnering three sacks and the very focused attention of a Ram coaching staff searching for pass-rushers.
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August 12, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Based on results, you would have to say defensive end Gerald Robinson is a stiff. Three disastrous years in Minnesota, two forgettable campaigns with the Chargers, and consider last season: The Rams paid Robinson $1.3 million and received three sacks in return. There have been no charges of extortion or blackmail filed against Robinson, but still you wonder just what he has on these teams to remain employed for nine years in the NFL. "I love the guy," said George Dyer, Ram defensive coordinator.
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December 9, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
Knox said an MRI exam of linebacker Joe Kelly's injured knee showed no tear, and he's expected to be ready for Sunday's game. . . . Knox won't make a determination until Sunday on defensive tackle Jimmie Jones (ankle), who was held out of practice. If Jones isn't ready to play, David Rocker is a candidate to start, along with Gerald Robinson and rookie Brad Ottis.
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May 11, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
A Catholic priest stabbed a nun to death and left her half-naked body beneath an altar cloth to humiliate her, a prosecutor said in closing arguments in Toledo. The jury later began deliberations in the trial of Father Gerald Robinson, 68, who faces life in prison if he is convicted of murdering Sister Margaret Ann Pahl.
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April 25, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A Roman Catholic priest was charged in the 1980 killing of a nun whose body was found in the chapel of a Toledo hospital where he served as chaplain. Father Gerald Robinson, 63, was arrested five months after police reopened the investigation into the death of Sister Margaret Ann Pahl, Chief Mike Navarre said. Pahl, 71, was stabbed about 30 times and strangled on April 5, 1980, police said. The body of the nun was found in the chapel of Toledo's Mercy Hospital where she was the caretaker.
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April 7, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rams re-signed Gerald Robinson, the team's starting left defensive end, to a three-year, $3-million contract Tuesday. Last month, the Rams paid Fred Stokes $3.75 million for three years to leave Washington and start on the right side of the defensive line. "It's obvious that despite the addition of Stokes they think Gerald Robinson is going to play an integral role for them," said Steve Feldman, Robinson's agent. "Looking at this contract, obviously they like him a lot."
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April 7, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
After nearly six weeks of touring the NFL, all-pro free agents Reggie White and Tim McDonald have finally made their decisions. White, a seven-time all-pro defensive end with the Philadelphia Eagles, signed with the Green Bay Packers on Tuesday for $17 million over four years, while McDonald, a three-time Pro Bowl selection with the Phoenix Cardinals, has agreed to terms with the San Francisco 49ers.
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August 4, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Understanding that you never get a second chance to make a three-sack first impression, Gerald Robinson exploded from out of nowhere and the right defensive end spot Saturday to reintroduce himself to the Rams. Robinson, a forgotten man amid last season's Ram flop, flew past Charger backup left tackle Darryl Jenkins three times in the scrimmage with San Diego, garnering three sacks and the very focused attention of a Ram coaching staff searching for pass-rushers.
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May 8, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A Roman Catholic priest in Ohio pleaded not guilty to murdering an elderly nun 24 years ago in what police investigators have said may have been a ritualistic slaying. The Rev. Gerald Robinson, 66, stood quietly as his attorney entered a not guilty plea to the charge of aggravated murder in Lucas County Common Pleas Court in Toledo, Ohio, said Alan Konop, his lawyer. Robinson is charged in the murder of Sister Margaret Ann Pahl, 71, who was killed during Easter weekend in 1980.
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September 13, 1990 | Associated Press
Billy Joe Tolliver will start at quarterback for the San Diego Chargers Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, regaining the job he lost to Mark Vlasic during the exhibition season. Vlasic was 17 for 31 for 137 yards in a 17-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Tolliver, who completed 48% of his passes during exhibition games, was 2-3 in five starts last season.
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