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December 7, 1993 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The answer is there if you look hard enough . With that outlook, Harris Barton has approached life. Barton, a San Francisco 49er offensive tackle who has spent seven years protecting Joe Montana and Steve Young, was the kind of player who studied game films at home at 5 a.m. He was the kind of player who knew the assignments of every other lineman, who could figure out a defense by the way a safety moved his feet, who could recall the formations used in a game three years ago.
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August 18, 1995
J.J. Stokes, San Francisco's top draft choice and an All-American wide receiver at UCLA, broke a bone in his right hand in a noncontact drill at the 49ers' training camp in Rocklin, Calif., Thursday and faces a lengthy recovery. Stokes' hand will be in a cast at least four weeks, and he could resume playing in five or six weeks. That would put him out until the fourth or fifth game of the season.
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September 10, 1994 | Associated Press
San Francisco 49ers right tackle Harris Barton had surgery to repair a torn triceps tendon in his left arm and will be sidelined for most of the season. Barton, who made the Pro Bowl last season, had surgery Thursday at Stanford Hospital for a 70% tear. Coach George Seifert said doctors expect Barton to miss about 10 weeks. Right guard Ralph Tamm, who also was hurt in the first quarter of the game against the Raiders, is out of Sunday's game because of an injured left foot.
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September 18, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's "Throwback Weekend" in the NFL, and while this isn't what the Park Avenue marketing folks had in mind, you have to go all the way back to 1986 to mark the last time the Rams defeated the 49ers in Anaheim Stadium. The 1994 Rams will be wearing replica uniforms of the 1951 NFL championship Rams, who lost their first meeting with San Francisco that year, 44-17. The championship Rams rebounded to beat the 49ers in 1951, 23-16, but Ram victories at the expense of the 49ers are ancient history.
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August 18, 1995
J.J. Stokes, San Francisco's top draft choice and an All-American wide receiver at UCLA, broke a bone in his right hand in a noncontact drill at the 49ers' training camp in Rocklin, Calif., Thursday and faces a lengthy recovery. Stokes' hand will be in a cast at least four weeks, and he could resume playing in five or six weeks. That would put him out until the fourth or fifth game of the season.
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September 11, 1987 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
If you haven't noticed, there's an arms (and legs) race going on in the National Football Conference's Western Division, and it has neatly separated the powers that be--the Rams and San Francisco 49ers--from the powers that won't be--the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. It's a race fueled by a rivalry of cities ("It's San Francisco, not 'Frisco,' you L.A. smog-heads!"), coaches (smug Bill Walsh vs. jolly John Robinson), and players (Joe Montana once called LeRoy Irvin a "big-eared . . ."
SPORTS
September 18, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's "Throwback Weekend" in the NFL, and while this isn't what the Park Avenue marketing folks had in mind, you have to go all the way back to 1986 to mark the last time the Rams defeated the 49ers in Anaheim Stadium. The 1994 Rams will be wearing replica uniforms of the 1951 NFL championship Rams, who lost their first meeting with San Francisco that year, 44-17. The championship Rams rebounded to beat the 49ers in 1951, 23-16, but Ram victories at the expense of the 49ers are ancient history.
SPORTS
August 24, 1995 | BILL PLASCHKE
Refuting team President Carmen Policy's claim that unsigned defensive back Deion Sanders is a luxury, several 49er veterans wonder if they can win a second consecutive Super Bowl without him. "To say he's a luxury and that we don't need him to win is totally false," tackle Harris Barton said. "He's not only not a luxury, he's a catalyst. It's going to be hard to win the Super Bowl without him." Said Coach George Seifert: "If they are all paranoid that without Deion, we can't win . . .
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August 16, 1993 | Associated Press
Jeff George won't start when in the Indianapolis Colts' opener. Coach Ted Marchibroda, who hasn't heard from his quarterback since he failed to report to camp, announced Jack Trudeau will start. * Vaughn Dunbar, the Saints' top rusher last season, and cornerback Clayton Holmes of the Dallas Cowboys each suffered torn anterior cruciate ligaments in their right knees Saturday and will be sidelined for the season. . . .
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May 20, 1990
Nine athletes will be inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, and Orange County high school scholar/athletes will be presented with "Jewish Young Leaders in Sports" awards in ceremonies on June 10 at the Irvine Hilton.
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September 10, 1994 | Associated Press
San Francisco 49ers right tackle Harris Barton had surgery to repair a torn triceps tendon in his left arm and will be sidelined for most of the season. Barton, who made the Pro Bowl last season, had surgery Thursday at Stanford Hospital for a 70% tear. Coach George Seifert said doctors expect Barton to miss about 10 weeks. Right guard Ralph Tamm, who also was hurt in the first quarter of the game against the Raiders, is out of Sunday's game because of an injured left foot.
SPORTS
December 7, 1993 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The answer is there if you look hard enough . With that outlook, Harris Barton has approached life. Barton, a San Francisco 49er offensive tackle who has spent seven years protecting Joe Montana and Steve Young, was the kind of player who studied game films at home at 5 a.m. He was the kind of player who knew the assignments of every other lineman, who could figure out a defense by the way a safety moved his feet, who could recall the formations used in a game three years ago.
NEWS
September 11, 1987 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
If you haven't noticed, there's an arms (and legs) race going on in the National Football Conference's Western Division, and it has neatly separated the powers that be--the Rams and San Francisco 49ers--from the powers that won't be--the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. It's a race fueled by a rivalry of cities ("It's San Francisco, not 'Frisco,' you L.A. smog-heads!"), coaches (smug Bill Walsh vs. jolly John Robinson), and players (Joe Montana once called LeRoy Irvin a "big-eared . . ."
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April 29, 1987 | RICH TOSCHES
Jeff Bregel of USC, a former standout lineman at Kennedy High, was the fifth offensive lineman chosen in Tuesday's NFL draft, a second-round selection of the San Francisco 49ers. Bregel, who was projected as a slightly higher draft pick, was the 37th player chosen overall. The 49ers obtained the ninth pick in the second round from Philadelphia last year in a trade that sent quarterback Matt Cavanaugh to the Eagles.
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