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January 23, 1991
Herman Moore, Virginia's All-American wide receiver, and Tennessee running back Chuck Webb will enter the NFL draft. Moore had one year of college eligibility remaining. Webb, who had two years of eligibility left, missed all but one game last season after suffering a torn ligament in his right knee.
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October 18, 2001 | Times Wire Services
The Detroit Lions said Wednesday that receiver Herman Moore will sit out the rest of the season after tearing a muscle in his right hip during the Lions' 31-26 loss at Minnesota on Sunday. Moore, who turns 32 on Saturday, is Detroit's career leader with 670 catches, 9,174 yards and 62 touchdown receptions. He set an NFL record with 123 receptions in 1995. He is a four-time Pro Bowl selection. * If it's up to St.
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October 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
Moore and Moore, Virginia is looking like a serious contender for the national championship. Shawn Moore threw for three touchdowns, including two to Herman Moore, and ran for another as second-ranked Virginia routed North Carolina State, 31-0, Saturday at Charlottesville, Va. With No. 1 Michigan losing to Michigan State, 28-27, Virginia is expected to move up to the top spot.
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August 3, 2001 | From Associated Press
Detroit Lion receiver Herman Moore separated his right shoulder in practice Thursday, after tripping over another player, and it's not clear when he will return. "No need in predicting the future," Coach Marty Mornhinweg said. "A shoulder separation can do one of two things. We can strap it down and let it heal or go in and surgically repair it. "We're hoping it could be a strap-down, sling-type situation, but we won't know until we see the X-rays."
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October 21, 1990 | From Associated Press
Is there pressure being the nation's top-ranked college football team? "We're only human, we can't be the 49ers every week," Virginia Coach George Welsh said Saturday after the Cavaliers struggled early before beating Wake Forest, 49-14, in an Atlantic Coast Conference game. "All this media attention is very new to us," said Welsh, whose Cavaliers were voted the nation's top team for the first time in school history last week.
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July 20, 1991 | Associated Press
Two days after team doctors for the San Francisco 49ers banned left tackle Bubba Paris from practice because of a high cholesterol count and poor conditioning, his replacement, Roy Foster suffered an injured left shoulder during practice. Second-year 49er tackle Frank Pollack is suffering back spasms and is unable to practice. Free agent tackle Ricky Siglar was taken off the field Friday because of a sore right knee.
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October 18, 2001 | Times Wire Services
The Detroit Lions said Wednesday that receiver Herman Moore will sit out the rest of the season after tearing a muscle in his right hip during the Lions' 31-26 loss at Minnesota on Sunday. Moore, who turns 32 on Saturday, is Detroit's career leader with 670 catches, 9,174 yards and 62 touchdown receptions. He set an NFL record with 123 receptions in 1995. He is a four-time Pro Bowl selection. * If it's up to St.
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October 9, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Introducing the University of Virginia--Thomas Jefferson's legacy to higher education, khaki pants khapital of America, home of the undefeated and second-ranked Cavaliers. At Virginia, if it moves, it's wearing khaki or, at the very least, it's wearing a monogrammed, button-down collared shirt, preferably something in light blue with medium starch.
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August 3, 2001 | From Associated Press
Detroit Lion receiver Herman Moore separated his right shoulder in practice Thursday, after tripping over another player, and it's not clear when he will return. "No need in predicting the future," Coach Marty Mornhinweg said. "A shoulder separation can do one of two things. We can strap it down and let it heal or go in and surgically repair it. "We're hoping it could be a strap-down, sling-type situation, but we won't know until we see the X-rays."
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December 31, 2001
Keenan McCardell of the Jaguars went over 1,000 yards receiving for the season, making him and Jimmy Smith the second tandem in league history to surpass the mark in the same season four times. Minnesota's Cris Carter and Jake Reed is the other. ... Bills' running back Larry Centers extended his streak of consecutive games with a catch to 135. ... Indianapolis receiver Marvin Harrison caught five passes for 96 yards, giving him 100 for the season.
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July 20, 1991 | Associated Press
Two days after team doctors for the San Francisco 49ers banned left tackle Bubba Paris from practice because of a high cholesterol count and poor conditioning, his replacement, Roy Foster suffered an injured left shoulder during practice. Second-year 49er tackle Frank Pollack is suffering back spasms and is unable to practice. Free agent tackle Ricky Siglar was taken off the field Friday because of a sore right knee.
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January 23, 1991
Herman Moore, Virginia's All-American wide receiver, and Tennessee running back Chuck Webb will enter the NFL draft. Moore had one year of college eligibility remaining. Webb, who had two years of eligibility left, missed all but one game last season after suffering a torn ligament in his right knee.
SPORTS
October 21, 1990 | From Associated Press
Is there pressure being the nation's top-ranked college football team? "We're only human, we can't be the 49ers every week," Virginia Coach George Welsh said Saturday after the Cavaliers struggled early before beating Wake Forest, 49-14, in an Atlantic Coast Conference game. "All this media attention is very new to us," said Welsh, whose Cavaliers were voted the nation's top team for the first time in school history last week.
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October 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
Moore and Moore, Virginia is looking like a serious contender for the national championship. Shawn Moore threw for three touchdowns, including two to Herman Moore, and ran for another as second-ranked Virginia routed North Carolina State, 31-0, Saturday at Charlottesville, Va. With No. 1 Michigan losing to Michigan State, 28-27, Virginia is expected to move up to the top spot.
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October 9, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Introducing the University of Virginia--Thomas Jefferson's legacy to higher education, khaki pants khapital of America, home of the undefeated and second-ranked Cavaliers. At Virginia, if it moves, it's wearing khaki or, at the very least, it's wearing a monogrammed, button-down collared shirt, preferably something in light blue with medium starch.
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October 18, 2000 | Times Wire Services
NFL all-time reception leaders: 1. x-Jerry Rice, San Francisco: 1,239 2. x-Cris Carter, Minnesota: 962 3. x-Andre Reed, Washington: 946 4. Art Monk: 940 5. x-Irving Fryar, Washington: 827 6. Steve Largent: 819 7. Henry Ellard: 812 8. x-Tim Brown, Oakland: 801 9. James Lofton: 764 10. Michael Irvin: 750 Charlie Joiner: 750 12. x-Andre Rison, Oakland: 719 13. Gary Clark: 699 14. Ozzie Newsome: 662 15. Charley Taylor: 649 16. x-Herman Moore, Detroit: 638 17. Drew Hill: 634 18.
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October 25, 1996 | Associated Press
Phillippi Sparks, the New York Giants' best defensive back, sprained his left arch in practice Thursday and he is questionable for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. Sparks, who has two of the Giants' five interceptions, was hurt working on a man-to-man coverage play, left the practice field and did not return. "It wouldn't be a good time to lose him," Coach Dan Reeves said after practice.
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