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September 27, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
While Kevin Greene's individual statistics are not yet up to his standards, he says in time the sacks and tackles will come. Greene, whose 46 sacks from 1988 through '90 led the NFL in that span, hasn't recorded a sack this season and has only six tackles in four games. But Greene says his move from blitzing linebacker to defensive end in the Rams' new defense isn't what has diminished his numbers. "It isn't the switch, because I'm getting the hits, I'm getting the shots," Greene says.
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September 27, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
While Kevin Greene's individual statistics are not yet up to his standards, he says in time the sacks and tackles will come. Greene, whose 46 sacks from 1988 through '90 led the NFL in that span, hasn't recorded a sack this season and has only six tackles in four games. But Greene says his move from blitzing linebacker to defensive end in the Rams' new defense isn't what has diminished his numbers. "It isn't the switch, because I'm getting the hits, I'm getting the shots," Greene says.
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July 2, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Rams signed one of their 12th-round picks, tackle Jeff Pahukoa of Washington.
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May 3, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS
Rodney Peete, former USC and Detroit Lion quarterback, worked out for the Ram coaching staff Monday. Peete, who is considered a prime candidate to back up Troy Aikman in Dallas, is one of three quarterbacks being auditioned this week by the Rams as a potential understudy to Chris Miller. Indianapolis' Jack Trudeau and Phoenix's Chris Chandler will also work out. In addition, the team will take a look at New Orleans cornerback Toi Cook, who attended Stanford and Montclair Prep in Van Nuys.
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July 15, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
With rookie Wayne Gandy still unsigned, Coach Chuck Knox might be looking for volunteers at left tackle. Gandy is projected as the starter there, a key position because the tackle will protect oft-injured quarterback Chris Miller's blind side. Gandy's quick development is a must if he's going to start, and it appears he could be a contract holdout during at least part of training camp.
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December 18, 1993 | MIKE REILLEY
As expected, offensive tackle Jackie Slater was put on injured reserve, ending the season for the 18-year veteran who had sat out five games because of a torn chest muscle. Coach Chuck Knox said center Brad Fichtel was promoted from the practice squad to replace Slater on the roster. Because Slater is on injured reserve, he was not at Friday's practice, but he will accompany the team to Cincinnati for Sunday's game. Knox said Jeff Pahukoa will be the starter at left guard.
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July 31, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
In order to make room on the 80-man roster for Perry, the Rams released linebacker Vernon Maxwell, a seven-year veteran. Maxwell, who missed all of last season after being waived in training camp by the Phoenix Cardinals, was expected to compete for a backup job at left outside linebacker. But Robinson said that since Maxwell didn't figure to make the team the way camp was going, the Rams wanted to release him early enough to give him a shot with somebody else. . . .
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October 19, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
The Rams decided that Robert Jenkins' dislocated toe was still too sore for him to be activated off the injured-reserve list. So they activated linebacker Terry Crews from the practice squad Friday. The roster spot was made available because guard Joe Milinichik had to be put on injured reserve after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder. By not activating Jenkins, the Rams are going into Sunday's Raider game with only six sound offensive linemen.
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December 30, 1993 | MIKE REILLEY
Coach Chuck Knox suggested that outside linebacker Roman Phifer might have been overlooked by the fans, coaches and players voting for the NFC's Pro Bowl team because the Rams were struggling at 4-11. "I thought he had a great year," Knox said. "Sometimes you don't get the recognition you should, especially when you're not winning as many games as we would like. The teams that had the most players on there (Dallas has an NFC-high 11) are the teams that were winning."
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