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October 27, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER
Wes Bender always wanted to be a fullback. Wanted it so bad, in fact, that he transferred from Burbank High to Burroughs rather than switch from fullback to guard. Bender, 24, is still a fullback. And Wednesday, after subsequent stops at Glendale College, USC and the Kansas City Chiefs, Bender officially joined his hometown team, the Raiders. The Van Nuys native was promoted from the practice squad after fullback Jarrod Bunch was waived.
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October 27, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER
Wes Bender always wanted to be a fullback. Wanted it so bad, in fact, that he transferred from Burbank High to Burroughs rather than switch from fullback to guard. Bender, 24, is still a fullback. And Wednesday, after subsequent stops at Glendale College, USC and the Kansas City Chiefs, Bender officially joined his hometown team, the Raiders. The Van Nuys native was promoted from the practice squad after fullback Jarrod Bunch was waived.
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November 21, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
When Ohio State and Michigan meet to help decide the Big Ten Conference title and a Rose Bowl berth this weekend in Ann Arbor, both teams could be without their leading rushers. Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler said today that the Wolverines plan to play without Tony Boles, who twisted his right knee after running 17 yards on his first attempt last week at Minnesota.
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August 30, 1994 | Associated Press
The Cincinnati Bengals waived backup quarterback Jay Schroeder in favor of former New York Jet backup Jeff Blake. Schroeder, an eight-year NFL starter with the Redskins and Raiders, had been brought in last year as a backup while David Klingler matured. His contract was terminated, the Bengals said. Blake, 23, was the Jets' sixth-round pick in 1992. He played in three games the past two years, completing four of nine passes.
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September 6, 1993 | From Associated Press
It was like old times for the New York Giants, with Phil Simms leading a decisive touchdown drive and Lawrence Taylor clinching the game by forcing a fumble. Simms' one-yard touchdown pass to Jarrod Bunch with 1:07 to play gave the Giants a 26-20 victory Sunday over the Chicago Bears. It made Dan Reeves' coaching debut with the Giants a success and spoiled Dave Wannstedt's first game as coach of the Bears. "The final drive was great," said Simms, who completed 24 of 34 passes for 277 yards.
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October 7, 1994 | LONNIE WHITE
Aaron Wallace was drafted in the second round by the Raiders in 1990 from Texas A&M as a pass rush specialist. In his four-year college career as an outside linebacker, he had a school-record 42 sacks. As a rookie, Wallace played mostly as a backup defensive end and impressed teams around the league with nine sacks. The next season, however, the Raiders made him a starter when they moved him back to outside linebacker in their 4-3 defensive front.
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August 14, 1991 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Albert Fann is back home, waiting for opportunity to ring. Fann, Cal State Northridge's career rushing leader, is available again, having been waived by the New York Giants on Monday. In the end, his release came as welcome news. "I was hoping it would happen so I would have two weeks to see if I can get with a team that really needs backs," Fann said Tuesday. The Giants most certainly did not.
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August 1, 1991 | Associated Press
Pittsburgh Steeler guard Terry Long, who acknowledged he attempted suicide after flunking the NFL's steroids test, was released Wednesday from the hospital, officials said. Long told police July 24 in the Pittsburgh suburb of Franklin Park that he tried to commit suicide because he felt his career was over after the positive test. His statement to police said he tried to kill himself by swallowing "two or three sleeping pills," contradicting earlier reports he had taken rat poison.
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