Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsJames Fitzpatrick
IN THE NEWS

James Fitzpatrick

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
February 3, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Charger careers of offensive tackle James FitzPatrick, cornerback Elvis Patterson and linebacker Jim Collins apparently have come to an end. The three are among 17 players left unprotected by the Chargers in the NFL's Plan B limited free-agent program. And General Manager Bobby Beathard said they are not wanted back. "We figured we would be better without them," Beathard said Friday after the Chargers released a list of 37 players they had protected under the program.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
March 31, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH
James FitzPatrick, a 1986 first-round draft choice out of USC who was left unprotected by the San Diego Chargers in Plan B free agency, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Raiders, his agent, Leigh Steinberg, said Friday. FitzPatrick, 6-feet-7 1/2 and 310 pounds, started five games last season but did not perform to the satisfaction of Coach Dan Henning. FitzPatrick, 26, was the 14th player drafted in '86.
Advertisement
SPORTS
March 31, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH
James FitzPatrick, a 1986 first-round draft choice out of USC who was left unprotected by the San Diego Chargers in Plan B free agency, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Raiders, his agent, Leigh Steinberg, said Friday. FitzPatrick, 6-feet-7 1/2 and 310 pounds, started five games last season but did not perform to the satisfaction of Coach Dan Henning. FitzPatrick, 26, was the 14th player drafted in '86.
SPORTS
February 3, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Charger careers of offensive tackle James FitzPatrick, cornerback Elvis Patterson and linebacker Jim Collins apparently have come to an end. The three are among 17 players left unprotected by the Chargers in the NFL's Plan B limited free-agent program. And General Manager Bobby Beathard said they are not wanted back. "We figured we would be better without them," Beathard said Friday after the Chargers released a list of 37 players they had protected under the program.
SPORTS
September 7, 1987 | TOM FRIEND
Two players limped out of the Charger offices Sunday afternoon: starting left guard James FitzPatrick and reserve linebacker Woodrow Lowe. FitzPatrick woke up Sunday morning with a swollen left knee and later needed crutches just to get around. He underwent arthroscopic surgery on the same knee three weeks ago, and team doctors are now saying that the knee is infected. Coach Al Saunders said Sunday he isn't sure whether FitzPatrick will play in Sunday's season opener against Kansas City.
SPORTS
August 21, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
Offensive lineman James FitzPatrick, a first-round draft choice from USC, appears to be in some danger of being cut by the San Diego Chargers, who say they are disappointed in his apparent lack of motivation. Coach Don Coryell said Wednesday that the 6-foot 8-inch, 300-pound lineman "needs to get a fire going." In announcing that FitzPatrick would be moved from tackle to guard as an experiment, Coryell added, "We want to see what he can do inside.
SPORTS
July 18, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS
The Chargers hope to sign first-round draft choice James FitzPatrick today after coming to terms Thursday night with third-round pick Jeff Walker and fourth-round selection Ty Allert. FitzPatrick's agent, Leigh Steinberg, is expected to confer with Charger General Manager Johnny Sanders. Steinberg is believed to be seeking a five-year deal worth about $1.8 million for FitzPatrick, an offensive tackle from USC.
SPORTS
December 19, 1986 | MARC APPLEMAN, Times Staff Writer
For James FitzPatrick, running up and down "Big Bertha" has replaced lunch. During the week, "Big Bertha"--the escalator at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium--is stationary. It is FitzPatrick who is moving. On Sundays, the escalator is running and FitzPatrick is stationary.
SPORTS
August 21, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
Offensive lineman James FitzPatrick, a first-round draft choice from USC, is in danger of being cut by the Chargers, who are disappointed in his apparent lack of motivation. Coach Don Coryell said Wednesday that the 6-foot 8-inch, 300-pound lineman "needs to get a fire going." In announcing that FitzPatrick would be moved from tackle to guard as an experiment, Coryell added: "We want to see what he can do inside. If he's going to make the club, he's going to have to play both positions."
MAGAZINE
April 11, 1993 | TOM BATES, Portland-based Tom Bates, a former senior editor of this magazine, last wrote about the Spanish priest Bartolome de las Casas.
THERE ARE TIMES WHEN A PANTY GIRDLE can be a girl's best friend. For Julie Williamson, the moment came one afternoon in 1969, not long after the smart, ambitious, 29-year-old legal secretary had gone to work for Bob Packwood in the freshman senator's Portland office. She was alone talking on the telephone when her 36-year-old employer strode in and kissed her on the back of the neck.
SPORTS
September 7, 1987 | TOM FRIEND
Two players limped out of the Charger offices Sunday afternoon: starting left guard James FitzPatrick and reserve linebacker Woodrow Lowe. FitzPatrick woke up Sunday morning with a swollen left knee and later needed crutches just to get around. He underwent arthroscopic surgery on the same knee three weeks ago, and team doctors are now saying that the knee is infected. Coach Al Saunders said Sunday he isn't sure whether FitzPatrick will play in Sunday's season opener against Kansas City.
SPORTS
December 19, 1986 | MARC APPLEMAN, Times Staff Writer
For James FitzPatrick, running up and down "Big Bertha" has replaced lunch. During the week, "Big Bertha"--the escalator at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium--is stationary. It is FitzPatrick who is moving. On Sundays, the escalator is running and FitzPatrick is stationary.
SPORTS
August 21, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
Offensive lineman James FitzPatrick, a first-round draft choice from USC, is in danger of being cut by the Chargers, who are disappointed in his apparent lack of motivation. Coach Don Coryell said Wednesday that the 6-foot 8-inch, 300-pound lineman "needs to get a fire going." In announcing that FitzPatrick would be moved from tackle to guard as an experiment, Coryell added: "We want to see what he can do inside. If he's going to make the club, he's going to have to play both positions."
SPORTS
August 21, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
Offensive lineman James FitzPatrick, a first-round draft choice from USC, appears to be in some danger of being cut by the San Diego Chargers, who say they are disappointed in his apparent lack of motivation. Coach Don Coryell said Wednesday that the 6-foot 8-inch, 300-pound lineman "needs to get a fire going." In announcing that FitzPatrick would be moved from tackle to guard as an experiment, Coryell added, "We want to see what he can do inside.
SPORTS
July 18, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS
The Chargers hope to sign first-round draft choice James FitzPatrick today after coming to terms Thursday night with third-round pick Jeff Walker and fourth-round selection Ty Allert. FitzPatrick's agent, Leigh Steinberg, is expected to confer with Charger General Manager Johnny Sanders. Steinberg is believed to be seeking a five-year deal worth about $1.8 million for FitzPatrick, an offensive tackle from USC.
BUSINESS
March 16, 1994 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
Forecast Ahead: The Orange Chamber of Commerce sponsors its fourth annual "OrangEconomiConference" on March 23 in Chapman University's Argyros Forum. James Doti, president of Chapman University, will present his economic forecast, while James Fitzpatrick, publisher of Entrepreneur Magazine, will discuss "Keying in on Business Trends Important to You." Financial book author Ann Boe will talk about marketing and networking strategies. The conference will take place from 5 to 10 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1992
Prosecutors decided Tuesday to not file charges against a community college student who was arrested last week on suspicion of killing two Laotians 10 months ago. Mon Smann, 21, of East San Diego was expected to be released from custody Tuesday night after being held in jail for almost a week. Police arrested Smann last Wednesday on suspicion of shooting Chang Lee, 16, and Sisouphanh Khamphila, 18, several times in the back of the head. Their bodies were found Feb.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|