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June 26, 1992 | Mark Gladstone and Myron Levin, From Associated Press and Times Staff Writers
Jerome Brown, star defensive lineman for the Philadelphia Eagles, was killed Thursday when the sports car he was driving skidded out of control after leaving a car dealership in his Florida hometown, police said. Brooksville Police Chief Ed Tincher said Brown's 12-year-old nephew also was killed in the single-car accident. The name of the passenger was not immediately released. The chief said further details on the accident would not be released until today.
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February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Christian Bier-Gross/Cloutier; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Lisa Jachno/Cloutier; model: Kerry Dyer/L.A. Models. Location: L'Orangerie, West Hollywood.
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SPORTS
November 7, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
Jerome Brown's game against the Rams officially began Saturday evening at a Philadelphia Eagles' players-only meeting in which Brown, as he is known to do on occasion, yakked himself into a frenzy. Brown, you may remember, is the same guy who, attired in combat fatigues at the time, led his University of Miami teammates out of a Fiesta Bowl banquet 2 years ago. He is the one who gave the famous "Did the Japanese sit down and have dinner with Pearl Harbor before they bombed her?" speech.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Davy Newkirk/Celestine; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Carla Martinez/Cloutier; model: Nicole LaLiberte/Click L.A.
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September 4, 1992 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the Philadelphia Eagles, life in pro football this year could be either bad or beautiful. The Eagles are the NFL's 1992 enigma. No other pro club carries more seeds of promise or, potentially, trouble. Or pressure. It will be a Philadelphia Super Bowl this season, many are saying. They suggest that, for the first time, the Eagles can combine the NFL's best defense with the game's best running quarterback, Randall Cunningham, who missed last season because of a knee injury.
SPORTS
August 22, 1987
Jerome Brown, one of 10 NFL first-round draft picks without contracts, agreed to terms of a four-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Davy Newkirk/Celestine; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Carla Martinez/Cloutier; model: Nicole LaLiberte/Click L.A.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Davy Newkirk/Celestine; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Carla Martinez/Cloutier; model: Alina Puscau/Next Model Management.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Christian Bier-Gross/Cloutier; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Lisa Jachno/Cloutier; model: Kerry Dyer/L.A. Models. Location: L'Orangerie, West Hollywood.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Davy Newkirk/Celestine; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Carla Martinez/Cloutier; model: Alina Puscau/Next Model Management.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Kali Hofinger/Celestine; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Carla Martinez; model: Breann Nelson/Ford Models Los Angeles. Location: Inner Gardens, Culver City.
SPORTS
September 4, 1992 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the Philadelphia Eagles, life in pro football this year could be either bad or beautiful. The Eagles are the NFL's 1992 enigma. No other pro club carries more seeds of promise or, potentially, trouble. Or pressure. It will be a Philadelphia Super Bowl this season, many are saying. They suggest that, for the first time, the Eagles can combine the NFL's best defense with the game's best running quarterback, Randall Cunningham, who missed last season because of a knee injury.
SPORTS
June 27, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
While the central Florida community of Brooksville mourned the loss of a hometown hero, police pieced together details of the car accident that killed Philadelphia Eagle defensive tackle Jerome Brown. Brown, 27, and his 12-year-old nephew, Augusta Wesley Brown, died Thursday when the athlete's sports car skidded out of control, went airborne and hit a palm tree and light pole before flipping and landing on its roof. Brooksville police Capt.
SPORTS
June 26, 1992 | Mark Gladstone and Myron Levin, From Associated Press and Times Staff Writers
Jerome Brown, star defensive lineman for the Philadelphia Eagles, was killed Thursday when the sports car he was driving skidded out of control after leaving a car dealership in his Florida hometown, police said. Brooksville Police Chief Ed Tincher said Brown's 12-year-old nephew also was killed in the single-car accident. The name of the passenger was not immediately released. The chief said further details on the accident would not be released until today.
SPORTS
August 29, 1991 | Associated Press
The Cleveland Browns placed Eric Turner, a safety from UCLA who was the second draft pick overall, on injured reserve with a stress fracture in his upper left leg. He will be out at least a month. The San Diego Chargers made it official, announcing that quarterback Billy Joe Tolliver was traded to the Atlanta Falcons, reportedly for a fourth-round draft choice. Tolliver had been beaten out for the job by second-year man John Friesz.
MAGAZINE
February 23, 2003
Styled by Andrea Guth; stylist assistant: Jerome Brown; hair: Kali Hofinger/Celestine; makeup: Joanna Schlip/Cloutier; manicure: Carla Martinez; model: Breann Nelson/Ford Models Los Angeles. Location: Inner Gardens, Culver City.
SPORTS
November 7, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
Jerome Brown's game against the Rams officially began Saturday evening at a Philadelphia Eagles' players-only meeting in which Brown, as he is known to do on occasion, yakked himself into a frenzy. Brown, you may remember, is the same guy who, attired in combat fatigues at the time, led his University of Miami teammates out of a Fiesta Bowl banquet 2 years ago. He is the one who gave the famous "Did the Japanese sit down and have dinner with Pearl Harbor before they bombed her?" speech.
SPORTS
August 22, 1987
Jerome Brown, one of 10 NFL first-round draft picks without contracts, agreed to terms of a four-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.
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