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June 27, 2009 | Staff And Wire Reports
Former Cleveland Browns receiver Joe Jurevicius sued the team and the Cleveland Clinic on Friday, saying the team misrepresented the cleanliness of its training facility and blaming doctors for what he called negligence over a staph infection in his right knee that kept him from playing last year. The lawsuit alleges that physicians Anthony Miniaci and Richard Figler failed to warn Jurevicius that therapy equipment was not always sanitized at the team's training facility in suburban Berea, Ohio.
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June 27, 2009 | Staff And Wire Reports
Former Cleveland Browns receiver Joe Jurevicius sued the team and the Cleveland Clinic on Friday, saying the team misrepresented the cleanliness of its training facility and blaming doctors for what he called negligence over a staph infection in his right knee that kept him from playing last year. The lawsuit alleges that physicians Anthony Miniaci and Richard Figler failed to warn Jurevicius that therapy equipment was not always sanitized at the team's training facility in suburban Berea, Ohio.
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December 10, 2007 | From the Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Derek Anderson got the better of Kellen Clemens again and significantly improved the Browns' playoff chances in the bargain. Anderson threw two touchdown passes and Joe Jurevicius recovered two late onside kicks as Cleveland survived a wild final few minutes and held on for a 24-18 victory over the New York Jets.
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December 10, 2007 | From the Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Derek Anderson got the better of Kellen Clemens again and significantly improved the Browns' playoff chances in the bargain. Anderson threw two touchdown passes and Joe Jurevicius recovered two late onside kicks as Cleveland survived a wild final few minutes and held on for a 24-18 victory over the New York Jets.
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January 23, 2003 | Bill Plaschke
Fathers don't leave. That's what Joe Jurevicius was taught. He remembers the time, the place, even the tone of voice, filling his head some 20 years ago on a back porch in Cleveland. "My dad had a talk with me that I still remember exactly, everything about it," Jurevicius recalls. "I was wearing a T-shirt and shorts. I was sitting on our green porch. My dad told me, 'Blood is thicker than water.'
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January 28, 2006 | J.A. Adande
Seattle Seahawk wide receiver Joe Jurevicius won't be a story this Super Bowl week, and that's a good story in itself. You're not supposed to notice guys like Jurevicius. At least not until it's third and long. But when Jurevicius went to the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers three years ago he endured intense personal anguish in the midst of America's most-scrutinized sports event.
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April 3, 2005 | From Associated Press
From the similarities on offense to the in-laws who can help baby-sit his 8-month-old daughter, Joe Jurevicius thinks he'll be a good fit with the Seattle Seahawks. The receiver was introduced last week, saying he won't have trouble adjusting to a system that features many elements of the one he learned over the past three seasons in Tampa Bay. "I'll be able to do some things, whether it's working in the slot with Bobby Engram or with the other guys outside," Jurevicius said.
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January 20, 2003 | Diane Pucin; J.A. Adande, From Staff Reports
The baby boy wasn't due for at least three more weeks and when Michael William Jurevicius was born Tuesday, weighing 6 pounds 1 ounce and struggling with his health, Tampa Bay Buccaneer receiver Joe Jurevicius went to his coach, Jon Gruden, and talked. "I've got three boys. It was an emotional meeting that we had," Gruden said. "I tip my hat to Joe, and I certainly pray for his wife and family.
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November 28, 2004 | From Associated Press
Joe Jurevicius kneels in the end zone before each game, writes his late son's first initial in the turf and reminds himself how fortunate he is to have a second chance to be a father and a football player. Tampa Bay's soft-spoken receiver is back after being sidelined nearly a year by injuries. He's excited about his 3-month-old daughter and eager to help the Buccaneers turn their season around. "It's very gratifying.
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December 21, 1997 | Associated Press
Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning is out of the hospital in Knoxville and probably will be back at practice next Saturday in Miami. Manning, hospitalized since Monday because of an infection in his right knee, dropped by drills Saturday but did not practice. The No. 3 Volunteers face No. 2 Nebraska in the Orange Bowl Jan. 2. * Penn State said it will investigate a report that a sports agent improperly purchased a suit for All-American running back Curtis Enis.
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January 28, 2006 | J.A. Adande
Seattle Seahawk wide receiver Joe Jurevicius won't be a story this Super Bowl week, and that's a good story in itself. You're not supposed to notice guys like Jurevicius. At least not until it's third and long. But when Jurevicius went to the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers three years ago he endured intense personal anguish in the midst of America's most-scrutinized sports event.
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April 3, 2005 | From Associated Press
From the similarities on offense to the in-laws who can help baby-sit his 8-month-old daughter, Joe Jurevicius thinks he'll be a good fit with the Seattle Seahawks. The receiver was introduced last week, saying he won't have trouble adjusting to a system that features many elements of the one he learned over the past three seasons in Tampa Bay. "I'll be able to do some things, whether it's working in the slot with Bobby Engram or with the other guys outside," Jurevicius said.
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November 28, 2004 | From Associated Press
Joe Jurevicius kneels in the end zone before each game, writes his late son's first initial in the turf and reminds himself how fortunate he is to have a second chance to be a father and a football player. Tampa Bay's soft-spoken receiver is back after being sidelined nearly a year by injuries. He's excited about his 3-month-old daughter and eager to help the Buccaneers turn their season around. "It's very gratifying.
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January 23, 2003 | Bill Plaschke
Fathers don't leave. That's what Joe Jurevicius was taught. He remembers the time, the place, even the tone of voice, filling his head some 20 years ago on a back porch in Cleveland. "My dad had a talk with me that I still remember exactly, everything about it," Jurevicius recalls. "I was wearing a T-shirt and shorts. I was sitting on our green porch. My dad told me, 'Blood is thicker than water.'
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January 20, 2003 | Diane Pucin; J.A. Adande, From Staff Reports
The baby boy wasn't due for at least three more weeks and when Michael William Jurevicius was born Tuesday, weighing 6 pounds 1 ounce and struggling with his health, Tampa Bay Buccaneer receiver Joe Jurevicius went to his coach, Jon Gruden, and talked. "I've got three boys. It was an emotional meeting that we had," Gruden said. "I tip my hat to Joe, and I certainly pray for his wife and family.
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December 24, 2007 | From the Associated Press
CINCINNATI -- With Derek Anderson struggling to find his touch on a windy afternoon, the Cleveland Browns threw away a chance to make the playoffs for the first time in five years. No surprise, really. Nothing comes easy to these guys. Anderson's consecutive interceptions set up two rapid-fire touchdowns late in the first half, and he threw four in all, helping the Cincinnati Bengals get a 19-14 victory that left the Browns scrambling for a playoff spot.
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October 23, 1997 | Times News Services
Eddie Robinson, college football's winningest coach, was released from a Ruston, La., hospital Wednesday and is ready to get back to his Grambling team. "I can't stay away from football," he said. Robinson, 78, had been admitted for breathing difficulties. He checked in to Lincoln General Hospital early Monday and was placed in the intensive-care unit for observation.
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