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May 4, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Raiders announced the acquisition of wide receiver/kick returner Jamie Holland from the San Diego Chargers Thursday in return for an undisclosed draft choice. A published report in San Diego, citing unnamed sources, said the pick acquired by the Chargers is a seventh-rounder. Holland, 26, came to San Diego from Ohio State. In three years, he caught 71 passes for 1,010 yards and one touchdown.
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May 4, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Raiders announced the acquisition of wide receiver/kick returner Jamie Holland from the San Diego Chargers Thursday in return for an undisclosed draft choice. A published report in San Diego, citing unnamed sources, said the pick acquired by the Chargers is a seventh-rounder. Holland, 26, came to San Diego from Ohio State. In three years, he caught 71 passes for 1,010 yards and one touchdown.
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July 17, 1988 | BRIAN HEWITT, Times Staff Writer
Maybe it is a measure of just how desperate the Chargers are that they are offering wide receiver Jamie Holland as the "player to watch" in the early portion of training camp. Consider: Holland was a seventh-round draft choice in 1987. He caught six passes last year. He was not a full-time starter his senior year at Ohio State.
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February 2, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The agent for Charger wide receiver Jamie Holland is hoping today is the day his client is set free. Steve Feldman said Thursday he hopes Holland is not on a list, to be released this morning, of 37 Charger players to be protected under the Plan B free-agent system. If Holland is not on it, he will be an unrestricted free agent allowed to negotiate with any of the other 27 NFL teams.
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February 2, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The agent for Charger wide receiver Jamie Holland is hoping today is the day his client is set free. Steve Feldman said Thursday he hopes Holland is not on a list, to be released this morning, of 37 Charger players to be protected under the Plan B free-agent system. If Holland is not on it, he will be an unrestricted free agent allowed to negotiate with any of the other 27 NFL teams.
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November 16, 1990 | CHRIS BAKER
Defensive end Jeff Cross, leader of the Miami Pound Machine with 10 sacks, said the Dolphin defense has improved since last season because of consistency. "We're just playing a straight-up defense," Cross said. "We're just lining up and getting after people." So how will the Raiders attack the Dolphin defense Monday night in Miami? "They're a very good football team, and they're playing extremely well," Raider quarterback Jay Schroeder said of the Dolphins.
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February 2, 1992 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Veteran tailback Roger Craig headed a group of 15 Raiders who were left unprotected on Plan B when NFL teams announced their free agent lists Saturday. Craig, 31, signed as a Plan B free agent with the Raiders in 1991 after eight stellar seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. Craig was part of a Plan B package that included former 49er star Ronnie Lott, who had a Pro Bowl season in 1991 and was one of 37 Raiders who was protected.
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August 23, 1991 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Right guard Max Montoya probably will miss tonight's game against the San Diego Chargers because of a slight groin pull. Montoya suffered the injury in last week's 13-10 victory over the Chicago Bears. "He's all right, but we want to make sure," Coach Art Shell said. James FitzPatrick will start in Montoya's place. Quarterback Jay Schroeder is expected to play three quarters tonight, his longest stint of the exhibition season.
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August 2, 1988 | BRIAN HEWITT, Times Staff Writer
In the face of mounting criticism Monday, Steve Ortmayer, the Chargers' director of football operations, stood by the trade announced Saturday that sent Pro Bowl tackle Jim Lachey to the Raiders in exchange for tackle John Clay and two "high" draft picks. "The story of a deal is told in the future," Ortmayer said. "It isn't told in the present." But even Denver Coach Dan Reeves got into the act, saying he didn't think it was "very good deal" for the Chargers.
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August 22, 1988 | SCOTT MILLER
Coach Al Saunders reiterated Sunday his satisfaction with the Chargers' performance in Saturday's 34-27 loss to San Francisco. "There's one word to describe the team's performance: progress," he said. "I was very, very happy with what transpired against one of the strongest, if not the strongest, teams in the NFL." Saunders said he would not decide on the winner of the quarterback battle between Babe Laufenberg and Mark Malone until at least Tuesday or Wednesday.
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July 17, 1988 | BRIAN HEWITT, Times Staff Writer
Maybe it is a measure of just how desperate the Chargers are that they are offering wide receiver Jamie Holland as the "player to watch" in the early portion of training camp. Consider: Holland was a seventh-round draft choice in 1987. He caught six passes last year. He was not a full-time starter his senior year at Ohio State.
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August 19, 1991 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Defensive tackle Nolan Harrison, a sixth-round draft choice, continued his bid to make the Raider roster with another solid performance Saturday against the Chicago Bears at the Coliseum. Harrison had two tackles and a sack in the Raiders' 13-10 victory. "I wanted to come in and show I could be the future," he said afterward. "I didn't think I could be a now." Wide receiver Jamie Holland bettered his chances with a 32-yard scoring reception and a 29-yard kickoff return.
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