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December 1, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Everett had been taunted, twitted and tossed down with tremendous force. The heat was on, and he was the one twisting over the fire. From the opening warm-ups to the first quarter and into the second half of Sunday's 31-17 loss, the Rams' quarterback heard it and felt it from the Minnesota Vikings, especially from boisterous Viking defensive line coach John Teerlinck and the waves of purple jerseys Teerlinck sent Everett's way all day.
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December 1, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Everett had been taunted and tossed down with tremendous force. The heat was on, and he was twisting over the fire. From the opening warm-ups to the second half of Sunday's 31-17 loss, the Ram quarterback heard and felt plenty from the Minnesota Vikings, especially from defensive line coach John Teerlinck and the waves of purple jerseys he sent Everett's way. Teerlinck, by the way, was not on the best terms with Everett last season when he was the Rams' defensive line coach.
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December 1, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Everett had been taunted and tossed down with tremendous force. The heat was on, and he was twisting over the fire. From the opening warm-ups to the second half of Sunday's 31-17 loss, the Ram quarterback heard and felt plenty from the Minnesota Vikings, especially from defensive line coach John Teerlinck and the waves of purple jerseys he sent Everett's way. Teerlinck, by the way, was not on the best terms with Everett last season when he was the Rams' defensive line coach.
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December 1, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Everett had been taunted, twitted and tossed down with tremendous force. The heat was on, and he was the one twisting over the fire. From the opening warm-ups to the first quarter and into the second half of Sunday's 31-17 loss, the Rams' quarterback heard it and felt it from the Minnesota Vikings, especially from boisterous Viking defensive line coach John Teerlinck and the waves of purple jerseys Teerlinck sent Everett's way all day.
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November 20, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Ram defensive coaches were impressed by the play of rookie defensive tackle Robert Young in Sunday's 21-10 loss to the Detroit Lions. The 6-foot-6 Young, a fifth-round draft choice from Mississippi State who started at right defensive end, had five solo tackles and two assists. Lion tailback Barry Sanders ran at Young's side 10 times and totaled minus two yards on those carries, causing Ram defensive line coach John Teerlinck to compare Young with past late-round defensive line stars.
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November 27, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER
One of the Rams' top priorities Sunday will be to slow the Minnesota Viking pass rush. Minnesota is third in the conference with 35 sacks and leads the NFL in interceptions with 21. The Vikings finished last season with only 33 sacks and 17 interceptions, and Coach Dennis Green says much of the credit should go to defensive line coach John Teerlinck, who was a Ram assistant last season.
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February 5, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
The Rams filled their last two assistant coaching vacancies Monday by hiring Jimmy Raye as passing-game coordinator and receivers coach and John Teerlinck as defensive line coach. Raye, 44, returns to the Rams after serving as an assistant with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons and last season with the New England Patriots as offensive coordinator. "(Ram Coach John Robinson) was the main reason (to come back)," said Raye, who worked for Robinson in 1983-84.
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May 29, 1985 | United Press International
Defensive line coach John Teerlinck is no longer associated with the Arizona Outlaws after an altercation with tackle Don Hickman aboard an airplane, an official of the United States Football League team said Tuesday. Steve Des George, the club's public relations director, said he did not know if Teerlinck had been fired, but said he was told Teerlinck was "no longer involved with the team." He said other team officials were not available to clarify the situation.
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September 24, 1991 | ELLIOTT ALMOND
John Teerlinck, the Rams' new defensive line coach, has a reputation for being, how do you say, a bit unorthodox. He has used green footballs, bowling pins and hoops as coaching tools, writes Steve Schoenfeld of the Arizona Republic. Green footballs? Teerlinck started the practice in 1979 while coaching at Eastern Illinois because he wanted linemen to get off the ball quickly. "They concentrate more, work harder if the ball is green because it's stimulus response," Teerlinck told the Republic.
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