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April 2, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS
Joe Milinichik, the Rams' starting right guard, turned his back on an additional $150,000 Thursday and agreed to accept a $2.2-million, two-year contract to jump to the San Diego Chargers. The Rams, now left with a gaping hole at right guard, will meet with three possible replacements next week: San Diego's David Richards, Green Bay's Ron Hallstrom and Buffalo's Mitch Frerotte.
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April 2, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS
Joe Milinichik, the Rams' starting right guard, turned his back on an additional $150,000 Thursday and agreed to accept a $2.2-million, two-year contract to jump to the San Diego Chargers. The Rams, now left with a gaping hole at right guard, will meet with three possible replacements next week: San Diego's David Richards, Green Bay's Ron Hallstrom and Buffalo's Mitch Frerotte.
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March 24, 1990 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
One week after punter Dale Hatcher signed with the Green Bay Packers, the Rams announced Friday the signing of punter Hank Ilesic, who had been left unprotected by the San Diego Chargers. Ilesic, 30, joined the Chargers after the second game of the 1989 season and finished with an average of 40.1 yards on 76 punts. He came to San Diego after a 13-year career in the Canadian Football League, which he joined out of high school.
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April 2, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Milinichik, the Rams' starting right guard, turned his back on an additional $150,000 Thursday and agreed to a $2.2-million, two-year contract with the San Diego Chargers. The Rams offered Milinichik $2.2 million and gave him a 2 p.m. deadline Thursday to accept it. The Chargers matched the Rams' offer, however, and Milinichik telephoned Coach Chuck Knox with the news that he was going to take San Diego's money.
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March 10, 1990 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
The Rams announced the signing of six free agents Friday, including Plan B guard Joe Milinichik of the Detroit Lions. Milinichik, 6-feet-5, 275 pounds, played in all 16 games for Detroit last season, starting once. He was a four-year starter at North Carolina State and the Lions' third-round draft choice in 1986. Milinichik, who will turn 27 March 30, spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve after suffering a dislocated elbow.
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April 2, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Milinichik, the Rams' starting right guard, turned his back on an additional $150,000 Thursday and agreed to a $2.2-million, two-year contract with the San Diego Chargers. The Rams offered Milinichik $2.2 million and gave him a 2 p.m. deadline Thursday to accept it. The Chargers matched the Rams' offer, however, and Milinichik telephoned Coach Chuck Knox with the news that he was going to take San Diego's money.
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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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October 15, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Coach John Robinson said he was taken a little off guard by quarterback Jim Everett's wild celebration after throwing his first touchdown pass of the season Sunday in the Rams' 30-24 victory over the San Diego Chargers at Anaheim Stadium. "I was surprised at his exulting as much as he did," Robinson said Monday. "He was pretty damn happy. Gave me a left hook to the head, almost knocked me down."
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October 18, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Wide receiver Flipper Anderson made one of his rare appearances at Rams Park since suffering a cracked vertebra in his lower back Sept. 22 in the Rams' defeat by the San Francisco 49ers. Anderson worked out lightly Thursday under the direction of Garret Giemont, strength and conditioning coach, for about 15 minutes. He showed no signs of pain or discomfort. Coach John Robinson said that there is a possibility Anderson will be ready for the Rams' game in Atlanta on Oct.
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January 12, 1986 | Associated Press
Dick Steinberg, director of player development for the New England Patriots, believes this year's National Football League draft of college players will be stronger overall than those of the past two years. "It's particularly strong in running backs and offensive linemen," said Steinberg, who has joined other pro scouts in Honolulu to check out some of the nation's top prospects in the 40th Hula Bowl.
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March 24, 1990 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
One week after punter Dale Hatcher signed with the Green Bay Packers, the Rams announced Friday the signing of punter Hank Ilesic, who had been left unprotected by the San Diego Chargers. Ilesic, 30, joined the Chargers after the second game of the 1989 season and finished with an average of 40.1 yards on 76 punts. He came to San Diego after a 13-year career in the Canadian Football League, which he joined out of high school.
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March 10, 1990 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
The Rams announced the signing of six free agents Friday, including Plan B guard Joe Milinichik of the Detroit Lions. Milinichik, 6-feet-5, 275 pounds, played in all 16 games for Detroit last season, starting once. He was a four-year starter at North Carolina State and the Lions' third-round draft choice in 1986. Milinichik, who will turn 27 March 30, spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve after suffering a dislocated elbow.
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