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September 17, 1990 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This was no time for a lecture on Remedial Kickoff Techniques--the middle of the second quarter in the second game of the season--but to John Robinson, it was as good a time as any. So he grabbed a football, laid it on its side on a tee and tried to dramatize the finer points of the squib kick. Ram punter Keith English, attempting to walk a mile in Mike Lansford's shoe, looked, listened and took a glance at the pad-popping action swirling all around him.
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September 17, 1990 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This was no time for a lecture on Remedial Kickoff Techniques--the middle of the second quarter in the second game of the season--but to John Robinson, it was as good a time as any. So he grabbed a football, laid it on its side on a tee and tried to dramatize the finer points of the squib kick. Ram punter Keith English, attempting to walk a mile in Mike Lansford's shoe, looked, listened and took a glance at the pad-popping action swirling all around him.
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July 30, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Listening to Robinson Monday, it wasn't a mystery to figure out who has the upper leg in the team's punting battle between incumbent Keith English and Dale Hatcher. "Dale Hatcher, in particular, is punting as well as he has ever punted," Robinson said. . . . Bob Woolf, agent for unsigned No. 1 pick Todd Lyght, said Monday there have been no serious talks recently and none were scheduled.
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April 13, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
As expected, the Rams announced the signing of punter Dale Hatcher Friday. Hatcher, who was drafted by the Rams in 1985, left as a Plan B free agent before last season but was cut by the Green Bay Packers in training camp. In his Ram career Hatcher, 28, made the Pro Bowl as a rookie but saw his average decline to 38.8 yards a punt in 1989. The Rams were unhappy with the play of Keith English, their punter last season, who averaged 39.2 yards a kick.
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March 30, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
The Rams lost their second Plan B free agent Friday, safety Vince Newsome, but also signed two more and were set to sign another, former Ram punter Dale Hatcher. Newsome, 30, a starter for most of last season before losing his job to Pat Terrell, signed with the Cleveland Browns. Hatcher apparently has agreed to terms with the Rams and is expected to sign before the end of the free-agency period, Monday at midnight.
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June 26, 1997 | From Associated Press
Ila Borders, the first woman to pitch in a regular-season minor league game, was traded Wednesday by the St. Paul Saints to the Duluth-Superior Dukes. Borders, 22, a left-hander, was expected to be in uniform this afternoon when the Dukes play a makeup game against the Sioux Falls Canaries in Duluth. She was traded for utility infielder Keith English. In seven Northern League games this season, Borders had a 7.50 ERA in six innings, allowing 11 hits, walking four and striking out five.
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March 30, 1991 | TIM KAWAKAMI
The Rams signed their fourth and fifth Plan B free agents of the period Friday and were set to sign their sixth, former Ram punter Dale Hatcher. The Rams signed defensive end Gerald Robinson, left exposed by the San Diego Chargers, and linebacker Glenell Sanders, unprotected by the Chicago Bears. Hatcher apparently has agreed to terms on a deal, and the Rams expect him to sign sometime by the end of the free-agency period, Monday at midnight.
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April 17, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH
H-back Craig McEwen, who joined the Chargers as a free agent with four games remaining last season, has signed a new contract with the team, a Charger spokesman said Monday. Terms of the agreement, which was signed last week, were not released. McEwen, a third-year player from Utah, played in four games, starting two. He caught seven passes for 99 yards. His best game was in the season finale against Denver when he caught five passes for 78 yards.
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September 12, 1990 | JOHN WEYLER
Call this one a rookie faux pas. Certainly, Bern Brostek was the only player in the Rams' locker room Sunday talking about how much fun he had during the 36-24 loss to Green Bay. "I was nervous as heck at first, but it was really fun," Brostek said. Brostek committed some rookie mistakes on the field as well, but the Rams' first draft choice made a good impression on the right people during his NFL debut. At the University of Washington, he was a four-year starter at center.
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