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August 18, 1995 | Associated Press
The Oakland Raiders will probably give kicker Jeff Jaeger the night off when they play Minnesota tonight in their third exhibition game. Jaeger is nursing a sprained right knee, suffered while making a tackle on a kickoff during the Raiders' 27-22 victory over the St. Louis Rams last weekend.
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September 30, 1996 | From Associated Press
Jeff Jaeger watched the kick sail through the uprights, glanced toward the Oakland Raiders' bench as if to say: Take that. Cut by the Raiders in training camp, Jaeger kicked a 30-yard field goal with 11 seconds to play--his fourth field goal of the game and third of the fourth quarter--to give the Chicago Bears a 19-17 victory Sunday.
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November 26, 1993 | LONNIE WHITE
After four sacks in their 12-7 victory over the San Diego Chargers last week, the Raiders regained their No. 1 AFC ranking and ended a mild slump in getting to opposing quarterbacks. "When you start getting a bunch of sacks, like we were at the beginning of the season, teams started making a concentrated effort to stop us," said Coach Art Shell. "Then, once teams started having success running the ball against us, it made it awfully difficult for us to rush the passer."
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August 18, 1995 | Associated Press
The Oakland Raiders will probably give kicker Jeff Jaeger the night off when they play Minnesota tonight in their third exhibition game. Jaeger is nursing a sprained right knee, suffered while making a tackle on a kickoff during the Raiders' 27-22 victory over the St. Louis Rams last weekend.
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August 3, 1993 | STEVE SPRINGER
At practice Monday, rookie quarterback Billy Joe Hobert had a question for Art Shell. "Coach," he asked, "I don't have to kick extra points, do I?" Shell replied: "Nah, you don't have to worry about that." With regular kicker Jeff Jaeger recovered from a calf injury and freely swinging his leg again, Hobert can go back to his specialty--throwing the football.
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September 22, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Washington kicker Jeff Jaeger had a school-record five field goals, and fullback Rick Fenney scored on a one-yard run as the Huskies ended a season-opening two-game losing streak with a 29-12 victory over Houston Saturday night. Jaeger, the Huskies' leading scorer the past two seasons, kicked 38 and 19 yarders and Fenney, returning from an ankle injury, scored in the second quarter as Washington led, 13-10, at halftime. Jaeger had a 34-yarder on the first drive of the third quarter.
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January 6, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The crowd was screaming. The Raiders were driving. And on the sideline, Jeff Jaeger was thinking. Thinking about which hash mark he'd like to kick from, which yard line he'd ideally like to set up on, which way the wind was blowing. Thinking about the advantages of kicking into the closed end of the Coliseum where the Raiders were headed. It was overtime last Sunday and the Raiders, needing a victory to advance to the playoffs, were tied with the Denver Broncos.
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August 16, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER
Remember the Kings' Marty McSorley and his illegal stick? Now comes Jeff Jaeger and his illegal tee. Except the McSorley incident was in an NHL Stanley Cup final and Jaeger's was in an NFL exhibition game. And McSorley was found guilty, whereas Jaeger proved to be innocent. The Raider kicker thinks the whole thing was petty. It began before Saturday night's exhibition between the Raiders and the Steelers at Pittsburgh.
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January 6, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The crowd was screaming. The Raiders were driving. And on the sideline, Jeff Jaeger was thinking. Thinking about which hash mark he'd like to kick from, which yard line he'd ideally like to set up on, which way the wind was blowing. Thinking about the advantages of kicking into the closed end of the Coliseum where the Raiders were headed. It was overtime last Sunday and the Raiders, needing a victory to advance to the playoffs, were tied with the Denver Broncos.
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January 3, 1994 | MIKE DOWNEY
They dug in and said: "Please." Pawed the dirt. Clenched their fists. Crossed their fingers. Took their stances. Fanned out in formation, brothers in black, Lionel Washington, Eddie Anderson, Winston Moss, Howie Long, Joe Kelly, Anthony Smith, Todd Peat, Nolan Harrison, Aaron Wallace, Aundray Bruce and Derrick Hoskins, side by side, 11 angry men. "Please," they said to themselves, don't let our season be over. Snap went the ball, smack went the kick and whoomp , there it wasn't.
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January 3, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was 4:36 Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum. It is normally a time when the Raiders, win or lose, have finished playing for the day and a calm has settled over the empty seats. But not this Sunday. Every seat was still filled, it was anything but calm and the Raiders were still out there, fighting to stave off sudden death and find new life in the postseason by beating the Denver Broncos.
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December 24, 1993 | STEVE SPRINGER and MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Beating a 1 p.m. deadline set by an arbitrator, the Raiders signed three players--cornerback Terry McDaniel, safety Eddie Anderson and kicker Jeff Jaeger--to new contracts Thursday. A proposed four-year, multimillion deal for defensive end Anthony Smith, an unrestricted free agent at season's end, fell apart before the deadline passed. The Rams signed only free safety Anthony Newman, for two years, apparently leaving 20 other players to become free agents at the end of the season.
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